I've got the Antec 1200 which is the big brother...Love the case but too many screws for hard drive cages and mounting hard drives. Still like the case but a bit dated now...Still rocking my Antec 900. About 15 years old. It's seen a few builds for sure.
I have my Antec 900 being used as a video recording/stream PC and as a server, with my old 2500k powering it. The case is nice, but has a few annoyances. It's basically impossible to hide the wires for one. Mine are managed pretty well IMO but I can'tt see it getting much better than this without mods. Also the 200mm fan on the top sucks. the holes are too damn big. I dropped an eyeglass screwdriver through the holes and the fan blade shattered.... lol (obviously my own fault but most other cases have much finer mesh so this sort of stuff doen't happen...Still rocking my Antec 900. About 15 years old. It's seen a few builds for sure.
Ok, that's a sexy case inside and out. Reminds me of the ol' Apple towers (and that's not a bad thing).
https://www.gamedude.com.au/product...w-no-power-model-rc-922m-kwn1-used-item-as-isMy current case the thermal take view 71 with honorable mention to the haf-x (with 932 side door) I had before
That's the case I'm using too. I love it, but it's not for everyone. It's massive. Fortunately, it fits fine under my desk at home.The Corsair Air 740 has been my favorite case to work with. There’s such a ridiculous amount of room in it and the airflow is fantastic.
Yeah it’s ridiculosly huge. I never thought I’d use a case as big as this one, but it’s been surprisingly enjoyable to work with. I do like mini ITX as well. I might build another with the Saber case just for the fun of it.That's the case I'm using too. I love it, but it's not for everyone. It's massive. Fortunately, it fits fine under my desk at home.
I'm also a big fan of Micro-ITX PCs. I have built a few. While not nearly as easy to work with, and you have to be careful on how you manage temps, I simply love the form factor.
+1Another vote for the Corsair Carbide Air 540 - I have everything stuffed in there currently (though I pulled one Titan Xp since SLI wasn't really doing much for me).
Bought mine 10 years ago and haven’t needed to consider a new case ever since. It’s been through numerous upgrades internally and serves as my main rig. It’ll probably easily go another 10.Corsair 800D
Jesus Christ hahahaha! I love the rad setup on that. I'll never need another case, that's for sure.