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Antec P190 Case
Posted by newsbot on July 16th 2007



As you may have guessed, there is a lot that sets the P190 apart from most other cases. The biggest selling point is the new Neo-Link dual power supply system, which means that the P190 comes with two power supplies that work together to put out 1200W of power. That is a main reason why the case is so expensive (and why it's so heavy), as a single Antec power supply unit (for example the Antec True Power Quattro) will cost upwards of $215. The Neo-Link consists of two separate power supplies, which, instead of being redundant, work in tandem to power the system. Other features include dual 140mm fans on the top and a monster 200mm fan on the left side panel, as well as a special snake light for working inside the case. One of the most important distinctions that sets this case aside from the P182 and Antec's other performance cases is that the P190 can fit an extended ATX motherboard while the others cannot.

View article at xyzcomputing.com



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