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eTeknix.com  --- Jul 16 '12
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"So overall then a pretty impressive chassis, sure its not the greatest case ever made, it was never designed to be either, but given that you can pick this chassis up for around £50, which is an amazing deal for a chassis that supports water-cooling, has pre-installed speed controller fans, USB 3.0 ports on the front panel, cable management, great build quality, plenty of room for additional fans and water cooling and comes fitted with quick release drive bays. So while I could easily give this chassis our Bang for Buck award, I am awarding it our Editors Choice award, if your looking to build within a tight budget, or if you’ve spent all your money on graphics cards and have little left for a good chassis, you’re going to have a hard time finding this many features on any other chassis within this price range."
"The Three Hundred Two is a chassis that seems to have been created with two goals in mind: to make the case as affordable as possible while also maintaining the features for a high-end system. This requires compromises to be made, which in this case has translated to a somewhat higher price combined with more internal space and superior cooling compared to the predecessor."
"If you are looking for a Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis with great performance and without breaking the bank, this is it."
"Due to all these new features the price of this Antec Three Hundred Two is around 65 Euros. The predecessor is retailing around 15 euros less, but I see no point at all to buy the old design. The new Two version is far more refined. It's far easier to tuck all of your modern hardware in. And most of all it can house large modern videocards and if needed even up to three GPU's. Improved cable management, better anti dust protection and the ease of installation make this a great case bang for the buck wise!"
"The Antec Three Hundred Two is a case for many different uses. The build quality is decent and should hold up well with whatever you may throw at it. It's a great case for getting into building, for a home theater, a grandpa build, or even just as a for-fun rig. The cost lets you do what you want with it; if you don't like something about it swapping it for a different case won't be like changing out a Lian Li case, where the cost makes you cringe to even have a slight scratch on it. For this case, it comes down to whether you like its features and functionality or not. What I can tell you is that it produces an acceptable build, has average cooling, and can hold a decent set of hardware with good cable management. Now you have to decide if the looks are what you are looking for or not."
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