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Antec Aria


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About the Product

The Antec Aria features 1 5.25" bays, 3 internal 3.5" bays. In addition, and supports any standard microATX motherboards. A 300W SmartPower PSU is included. It measures 13.2 x 7.9 x 10.6 in. and weighs 10 lbs.


Antec Aria Reviews Rating: 79 out of 100 based on 3 ratings. 2 user reviews.

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Aria Case 6/10 Jack Weinman Aug 22, 2004
A good case, needs better cooling. 8/10 David Pottage Aug 12, 2004
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Meta Reviews

website score publish date  --- May 01 '04 9/10 May 17 '04
Bjorn3D 8/10 Jun 03 '04
Dev Hardware  --- Jul 13 '04  --- Jun 17 '05
GamePC  --- Apr 13 '04
HTPC News  --- Sep 27 '04
Neoseeker  --- Aug 09 '04 8.5/10 Jun 08 '04
Tech Report  --- May 11 '04
Submit a review link on May 17 '04

"It's obvious Antec waited until the time was right and all the wrinkles were ironed out of the design before bringing it to market. Cooling is top notch and as quiet as you can get on air cooling..."

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Bjorn3D on Jun 03 '04

"...the Aria is likely the best built and best designed MicroATX cube case that I’ve used..."

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Dev Hardware on Jul 14 '04

"If you are looking for something between a full (takes up a lot of space) tower case and a Shuttle (cramped and hot) SFF Box, then this Antec ARIA might just be for you."

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"If a selection of cooler operating components were used (One drive not two, a less powerful video card, a cooler running CPU and motherboard), the ANTEC Aria might have a chance to live up to its..."

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Neoseeker on Aug 11 '04

"...the Aria is not perfect but it does a lot of things well and is a great alternative to a SFF system. Being on the louder side of quiet makes the Aria less than ideal for a HTPC type application..."

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