Antec Two Hundred V2 because revisions are always better

by Rafael Hernandez on August 31, 2010 · 0 comments

If you find yourself in need of an inexpensive computer case your choices are usually limited to something so flimsy you’ll probably dent it just by looking at it and the designs best left to the trash heap. Antec’s Two Hundred V2 carries on the tradition of lower cost cases that still offer a great deal of functionality that an enthusiast on a budget would want. The latest model comes prepped with more than enough fan mounts, five to be exact, as well as a cutout to ease installing any heatsink mounting plates you may have on hand. If that wasn’t enough a hard drive hot-swap bay makes an appearance to improve your massive file moving needs. Overall it seems like there are lots of nice additions that make this a reasonable alternative to the competition’s budget models and even some higher end cases out there on the market today.

Antec Two Hundred V2 Mid-Tower Case Review @ Neoseeker

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