Antec One

Manufactured by Antec

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  • Great Value
  • Useful Feature Set
  • Strong Cooling Performance
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  • Thin Steel Frame Feels Weak In Parts
  • Not A Lot Of Room For Excess Cables

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Antec One Review

The Antec One is the brand’s entry level performer in its line-up of gaming series. It is built with mainstream and hardcore gamers in mind; hence, it is to be expected that it comes with excellent features.


By simply looking at the aesthetics of the Antec One, one might pass it off as expensive. It is surprising therefore that given the features it boasts of, the price is affordable. The impression of high cost mainly stems from the all-black finish that provides a feel of sophistication to the product. The dimensions are reasonable and the overall exterior is visually appealing. The exterior is also sturdy, but there are certain areas that seemingly bend easily if used carelessly. Building quality in general is no less than superb because of its secured panels and user-friendly ergonomics.


The Antec One provides two reliable USB 3.0 ports that are obviously designed to connect directly to your motherboard, and audio/microphone jacks. Found on the right and left of these two are the reset and power buttons. If you are using older hardware, you will appreciate the fact that the Antec One comes with 3.0-to-2.0 adapter. The Antec One provides seven expansion slots for graphic cards of up to 266mm in length. There are also three optical drive bays, five 3.5in hard-disk bays and a pair of 2.5in bays for SSDs.


It also supports practically all types of motherboards. It includes a pull-out dust filter and three-pin 120mm fans. The Antec One already had the default fans configured as rear and top exhaust so as to help users, but for the extra meticulous ones who want further expansion; provisions have been made for a 120mm front intake, a 120mm side intake and a 120/140mm bottom intake. The front panel is intuitively designed to support airflow; hence, it is not a problem. The cooling performance of the Antec One is really impressive that it is quite a surprise for the price it offers. In case you are still not content with the excellent cooling mechanism of the Antec One, you may opt to spend additional bucks for the three extra fan mounts that are made available.


It is also nice to note that the Antec One is tolerable even at maximum settings. This means that there is enough balance between the cooling mechanism and the noise. Overall, The Antec One is good value for money, especially those that are seeking out long-lasting case that are easy on the pockets, but does not takes a step back in the features it offers. It is a great choice for system integrators as well.

  • The Good :
    Great Value, Useful Feature Set, Strong Cooling Performance
  • The Bad :
    Thin Steel Frame Feels Weak In Parts, Not A Lot Of Room For Excess Cables
Our score:
4 / 5

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Product Description

  • The Antec One is manufactured by Antec and was added in December 2014 in the Cases section
  • This product has a rating of 4.0 out of 5

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