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Antec Nineteen Hundred Green Black/Green SECC steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

  • SECC steel ATX Mid Tower
  • 4 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, Audio In/Out Front Ports
  • 3 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 12 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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Antec Nineteen Hundred SECC Steel Computer Case

Meet the Nineteen Hundred, a case engineered for performance and built to enclose the ultimate PC. It is an unbeatable enclosure that delivers a combination of cooling, performance, and convenience, and it stands head and shoulders above the competition. With nine expansion slots, the Nineteen Hundred features an advanced cooling system for graphics cards up to 13.0 inches (330mm) in length. Dual-layer mesh provides unimpeded airflow to cool computer hardware. Its includes with six advanced silent Fluid Dynamic bearing fans which deliver high airflow at near silent acoustics. Finally, the Nineteen Hundred is constructed of durable SECC steel that lasts for builds to come. Along with pioneering design and solid construction the Nineteen Hundred is the last word in ultimate PC builds.


Compatible with up to 3-way NVIDIA SLI / AMD CrossFireX


Durable 0.8mm steel with extended clear side panel


Grommet-lined cable routing channels with 30mm of space behind the motherboard tray


Four front panel USB 3.0 ports


Twelve quiet 3.5" / 2.5" drive bays utilize trays with preinstalled silicone grommets


Three tool-less 5.25" drive bays


Advanced cooling design with dual chamber thermal separation


Advanced cooling design with top fan mounts spaced for 240mm radiators


Two quick-release bottom panels with easy access to drive bays


Advanced cooling system: includes six fans and two additional fan mounts


Internal 120mm intake fans (optional)


Fan connector PCB: allows you to connect four 3-pin fans to a single Molex for improved cable management


Dual-layer mesh maximizes & front air filters airflow


PSU intake Dual-layer mesh maximizes & front air filters


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Charles M.
  • 5/4/2015 8:10:09 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat case, lots of room

Pros: Plenty of space, separates heat really well and it's super easy to access every part of the case.

Cons: Really big, make sure you look at the dimensions on this before you buy it, it's rather large.

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  • Luke L.
  • 12/5/2014 5:32:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsFor the computing elite

Pros: -So much room.
Will even fit multi CPU server boards easily.
-Solid case construction.
Paneling is thick compared to other cases and fits together tightly.
-Dual PSU support.
Great for running massive storage arrays and quad GPU setups.
-Excellent cable management options.
Tons of room between back panel and tray to run cables, much wider than other cases.
-Plentiful Drive bays
More hard drive bays than you should ever need, with options for fans built into case for cooling.

Cons: -Not really for low end gaming builds where you're too cheap to buy new fans, or don't know how to plug in fans.
Don't buy this case to fit your budget gaming build in. There are other cheaper, smaller, and shinier cases better suited for a simple single or dual gpu build. You wouldn't drop the engine from the beat up civic your parents pawned off on you into a racing supercar chassis, would you?

Other Thoughts: Truly this is a case for the computing elite. This case seems to have been made for people that want to run a custom built workstation or server without a rackmount. The tray cutout is the perfect size for fitting dual cpu motherboards that support water cooling. The massive amount of drive bays are great for running huge drive arrays out of. The fan configuration is easily scaled up and it just looks incredibly sexy. I can feel the air displacement just standing next to this thing while it's chugging along, there's definitely more than enough airflow in this case if you plug in all the fans. I would still encourage replacing all the fans if it's a concern though, it's got more than enough mounts for any amount of airflow you'd need with plenty of room for deeper fans. If you need a dual PSU, you'll probably need to buy some extensions for the power cords. I don't see the need for more than a single optical drive on this case, unless you didn't have your installation or other disk media being served over your home network and boot from the NIC. For some reason I feel it's more useful to store disk media internally on a 6TB hard drive and mount it virtually rather than have to take a disk out and put it in a tray every time I have a need for optical media (which is pretty much never). The drive bay accessibility is great for replacing disks that drop out of arrays. Just pop it open, and pop it back in. Easy. Great case, great design, and the best bang for the buck if you just want to build a computer that puts everyone else's to shame.

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  • 4/6/2014 11:41:35 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsSo good but lacks a few things.

Pros: Massive height,
Beautiful windows (large as well)
2 PSU mounts
so many spots for HDDs
Lots of fans
you can put 2 more 120mm fans in front of your HDDs for better cooling of the HDDs and for your GPU.

Cons: Only 3 3.5 bays for your accessories. the NZXT phantom has 5 and is a much smaller case.
getting to your front fans is tough.
The tooless design on the front bays is nice, BUT it doesn't have the holes required on the other side to keep your front bay items firm and stuck in place.

Other Thoughts: I really like this case. I mean I really like it and don't plan on changing it out anytime soon. (unless I get a caselab massive case for a redic price. But I am comparing this to my old NZXT phantom full tower.

Granted the tower was smaller than this Antec, the Phantom had a lot of features that are much better than what this case has to offer. For one thing all my front bay items were kept in place. The antec lacks the holes to let me do that. From there it only has 3 front panel slots compared to my phantoms 5.

After that getting the front panel itself off was a bit of a pain. the Phantom yet again is so much easier to work with for maintenance. pull off, dust, snap back on. easy.

Also, the phantom came with a built in fan controller (A very VERY nice one) the antec does not. This means that you have to buy one if your motherboard or Power supply doesn't have enough plugs for the fans.

For the price you can't really go wrong here, but dangit Antec. I know you wanted a monolith looking beast that was rather sleek and such, but you gimped me out on a few features and make now I feel like I should drill the holes needed for my front bay stuff.

I will say this: It impressed me much more than the AZZA Genesis case. I used that case for a customer special build and the AZZA has more features but the HDD storage in the Antec is so much better. Also, for the size the Antec is way better in terms of many more things. But the AZZA has a boatload of slots for the front bay just like the Coolmaster Cosmos case.

There are so many cases and with that a lot of hard choices to make. just compare this with the cases I mentioned and other related items and see what suits your fancy.

I gave this case a 3 out of 5 for lack of features, no way to keep my front items solid and stiff, and front panel removal issue.

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  • John H.
  • 2/24/2014 3:37:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSolid case gets the job done

Pros: Lots of space inside for larger cards and air flow.
2 PSU mounts.
Tons of drive mounts.
Room in the top for liquid radiator.

Cons: Air filters are mounted to the case through the fans.
Front panel is difficult to remove.

Other Thoughts: I have been buying Antec cases for over 10 years. This case is built well as expected. I do not like the difficulty involved in reaching the air filters for cleaning. A snap-out, snap-in model would be much easier. The ability to open the front panel without removing screws and dealing with cables would also be welcomed. You need to remove the front panel to perform any maintenance on the front mounted fans.

Solid case if you don't need to get to your fans and filters often.

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  • Thomas T.
  • 2/7/2014 9:29:09 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBeautiful, Well-Designed Case!

Pros: One of the main things you're going to find that makes this case unique is the vertical height. It's huge, in a good way. The window is beautifully crafted and well secured and protected. The back-routing slots for cable management make my PSU look like a modular PSU, but it's not. The case is silent, extremely quiet. All the fans are top notch and come with physical controllers that can be found on the back of the case. The front, visible end, is absolutely stunning, the green mesh is an excellent contrast to the black metal. The bottom compartment is great for a PSU with long cables, use the higher compartment if it can't reach. If installed correctly, blue power and HDD leds are very stylish. Power button and reset is a decent size. Four usb 3.0 makes it easy to use lots of USB devices like I do. Loads of HDD bays and the racks are very secure, (unlike many case brands, they often break) HDD trays are shock protected, and they all fit SSDs without even needing stock mounts! Natural elevation will keep 80% more dust out of your system, even on the floor! This is far less expensive in comparison to the corsair equiv, (900d?). Antec is a great company, my PSU from them has lasted over 6 years, still strong and quiet. Less is more when it comes to packaging, ANTEC has it right. Screws and product information and excellent inserts. No damage to the case from shipping, based on the design, no one should be having any broken windows or bent pieces.

Cons: Heavy? Really depends on your build and the build. ;)
(I like the monster)

Other Thoughts: Don't forget to use PSU cable to power the top fans, check to make sure front fans (3 pin connections) are all plugged in. Swap the PSU backplate if you need to, it will help the ventilation. Feel free to use the stock antec fans with radiators, worked like a charm for me. Route any extra PSU cables down to the bottom or behind the MOBO tray for a clean look. Make sure the HDD's are pointed towards the back so the SATA can come around without conflicting with the graphics card(s). Cleans easy with water and and towel.

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  • david m.
  • 2/2/2014 3:40:11 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsOk Case

Pros: Very Spacious ..can hold lots of drive and can hold two power supplies

Cons: the side flaps for the drive bays don't latch very well

Other Thoughts: Great case for home brew nas box

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  • BRUCE H.
  • 12/21/2013 10:44:58 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsTOOOO HOT!!!

Pros: I have to say it is a beautiful case with everything you would want for a gaming pc, but things are not all they seem to be...

Cons: where to start??? I wanted to use the bottom slot for my only psu but there was not enough room for it to fit, so I had to remove the metal piece that holds the drives right next to where the psu goes, it consist of 2 screws and 2 rivets for removal, I have a corsair AX1200.First let me say, I have all fans including graphics card fans on high at all times. I have 3 way 480's in sli that I monitor temps on while gaming and performing benchmarks, temps on my first unigine benchmark were 90-95c, removed the side panal and retested, temps were around 70-75c. While I had the side panal off I noticed there is "very little" and I mean almost no air circulating from the front 3 fans. If you look at the front of the case you can see the colored bezel that is green, that's is the only place for the fans to get fresh air! how did antec think this would work? did you guys not install a system to test before selling this thing? I came from a small antec nine hundred and it cooled way better than this case. The tool-less top 5.25 drive bays only secure on one side and only have mounting holes for screws on that same side, meaning the other side of the optical drive can be moved up and down. Not by much, but still the potential for a noise issue is there, when all you had to do way drill out 2 more holes. biggest complaint about this case is the PSU issue and the heat. THE FRONT OF THE CASE NEEDS TO HAVE MORE VENTS LIKE THE TWELVE HUNDRED, NINE HUNDRED, AND THE ELEVEN HUNDRED SERIES!!! Hopefully you guys can fix this issue for future buyers, as for me I have the side panal off until I can figure something out, because I will not be paying for shipping or taking my computer back apart.

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  • Hans K.
  • 12/10/2013 3:34:37 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBig, but not as big as expected

Pros: Size, build quality, appearance, dual power supply housings

Cons: Packaging

Other Thoughts: This looks to be a great case and I'm putting the build together right now; however, I have to say that the packaging by NewEgg was terrible. The box was beat up, but most egregiously the top of the box was only secured by a tiny corner of tape. I literally could open one side of the box and the other side opening almost entirely as well.

The packing on the inside was sketchy as well, I thought for a few minutes that someone had repackaged a showroom model since it looked like my neighbor's kid wrapped it up - also, since it comes with virtually nothing but the case, the screws, 3 short fan connectors, and literally a couple of zip ties, I thought someone had helped themselves to the rest of the package contents.

Turns out, that's all this monster comes with.

Must say that the case really looks great. I'll likely be rebuilding machines in it for years.

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