Antec Aria Pro Reviews
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"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 when teamed with a quiet CPU Heat sink. The case is roomy, light, and best of all fairly budget friendly."
"...the Aria is likely the best built and best designed MicroATX cube case that Ive used..."
"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."
"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 potential. As it stands, the ANTEC Aria is definitely not the quietest or the coolest case on the market, but at under $100, and already much less to build with than similar Small Form Factor offers from other manufacturers, it is a good try, that needs some tweaking to be great."
"The Aria is a case which will appeal to those who want a small, quiet PC, but do not want to sacrifice their expansion space when moving from a full-sized PC. The Aria, coupled with a Micro-ATX motherboard, can deliver the performance and expandability of most mid-tower PCs in a case design roughly half the size of a normal PC tower. The unit is a bit bigger than we would have expected, but the Aria will still comfortably fit on most desks without hogging up too much space."