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Antec Eleven Hundred V2 Black ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

  • ATX Mid Tower
  • 2 x USB 3.0 / 2 x USB 2.0 / Audio Front Ports
  • 3 External 5.25" Drive Bays

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The Antec Eleven Hundred V2 is the flagship in Antec's Gaming series designed for enthusiasts to build their gaming powerhouse. Its clean lines, meshed front panels and transparent side panels will grab your attention at the first sight. Inside, this mid tower provides enough space to accommodate an XL-ATX measurement motherboard (10.3” x 13.6”), up to 3-way NVIDIA SLI / 4-way AMD CrossFireX configuration, and CPU cooler up to 6.7” (170 mm) in height. Two 120 mm top exhaust fans, rear 120 mm fan keeps all the components cool and running at their peak performance, and mounts for up to seven more optional fans in strategic positions plus water cooling solution offer great headroom for future upgrade. This case also features 36 mm of width behind the motherboard tray and grommet-lined cable routing holes for a new, clutter-free build. And with other thoughtful features, like PSU and front panel filters, dedicated SSD mounts, and front USB 3.0 connectivity, the Antec Eleven Hundred V2 is the second to none choice for your next dream system.

  • newegg Spacious Interior The Eleven Hundred's nine expansion slots and space for an XL-ATX motherboard accommodate elite GPU configurations up to 3-way NVIDIA SLI / 4-way AMD CrossFireX. With nine expansion slots, 13" (330 mm) video card support, and a maximum CPU cooler height clearance of 6.7” (170 mm) and CPU cut for changing your CPU cooler, the Eleven Hundred is guaranteed to last you for years to come.
  • newegg Cooling Beyond Comparison Two 120 mm top fans and one 120mm rear fan provide efficient cooling for your components. This chassis also supports up to seven more optional fans in strategic positions, including behind the motherboard tray for added CPU cooling. A 240 mm radiator can be installed for future liquid cooling upgrade.
  • newegg Tool-less Drive Installation Three 5.25" tool-less drive bays, two 2.5” drive bays (dedicated) and six 3.5” tool-less drive bays (rail-mount design) adopt tool-less design for easy installation and removal.
  • newegg Cable Management The Eleven Hundred V2 lets you organize a clean, powerful build with superior cable routing, including 36 mm of space behind the motherboard tray with grommet-lined cable routing holes. Having a neat cable routing drastically improve airflow within the chassis.
  • newegg Ease of Use The included PSU intake & front air filters makes maintenance stress free. Enlarged CPU cutout allows quick cooler change. Two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports and two audio jacks are located on top of front panel for easy access.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • John G.
  • 4/11/2016 2:23:33 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent mid-range case

Pros: Light-weight, sleek styling.

This case is bigger than my old(10+ years) Antec full tower, and absolutely dwarfs my interim Antec GX700. Great, open interior with plenty of work space for easy installations; barring insertion of truly massive setups, you should have no trouble even with big clumsy hands like mine :P~. The one exception to this might come with the side window fan and upper hdd-bay fan slots filled and installation of multi-gpu setups, as very large cards and all of their respective cabling may have clearance issues.

Plenty of spare screws and offsets included, in case you haven't already collected a billion of those from previous builds—including some long screws you may need for installing your front fans, or big fatty fans.

Overall construction is pretty sturdy; the metal is a little thin but holds up under stress well...the plastic is a little iffy in places, but all in all the case feels good for a mid-price tower.

Cable-routing is a dream; this is bar-none the best case I've had yet in that respect. The rubber grommets are a tad loose, but they're easily enough snapped back into place or—as another reviewer mentioned—you can always glue them down; I had no trouble with them whatsoever.

Fans, fans, fans—120 mm fans are far and away the most space-efficient air-movers, so long as you're willing to deal with a little noise...or if your cooling needs are moderate, you can keep it running quite silent. Either way, there are enough fan mounts in this beast to provide ample airflow for any system.

Easy access, easy installation—mostly tool-free. Front panel snaps on and off quite easily by hand—this worries me a little in the long term, as the plastic clasps may wear out, but it is convenient. 3.5" HDD installation is quick and painless with six sets of snap-on drive rails included; SSD's do however require screws to hold them in place in the top slots.

The rear fan mount is a great spot for a 120mm radiator, and the top or HDD mount will fit larger radiators, assuming you have clearance around your mobo.

Better sound-cancellation than I'd expected for such a light-weight case; with a total of 13 fans inside and out—nearly half of them running at 2000 RPM—it runs pretty quiet. Not that I care about noise, anyway :P.

Cons: Packaging. This case was shipped in its bare product packaging, with a plastic bag, polyethylene foam inserts and a double-walled corrugated cardboard box with sturdy stapling. Not much protection against mishaps; mine arrived completely unharmed—the box itself was hardly scuffed—but any mishandling and a lot could go wrong.

Small nitpick: no manual included—there is a pdf version online, but it would be nice to have the option of a handheld reference without printing one out or getting one of those newfangled smartphones I've so successfully avoided up to this point :P.

No fan filters on some mounts; you'll have to buy some or go MacGyver with some pantyhose.

If you have a VERY large heatsink, make sure you connect your mobo power and fan leads before installing it, or you will hate yourself later :P.

Edit: A year and a half later:

Feet are extremely weak and will bust off quite easily. Three out of four have broken now, and not from any particular stress—they're just really brittle; fixed with J-B Weld and all are holding. Not a big priority as this is now a secondary case for me...but buyers, be aware~

Other Thoughts: I noticed another reviewer was having trouble finding the manual; there are multi-lingual PDF manuals(albeit for the Version 1 case, but it still applies for the most part; it helped me out with a hitch or two) on Antec's website, here:

If you're running a hot, high-powered system and especially if you have high ambient temps, the stock fans will not provide sufficient airflow for safe operating temperatures(that's what all of those fan mounts are for, though :P).

I run a moderately-overclocked FX-6300 with again a moderately-overclocked MSI R9 270, an SSD and a HDD; nothing crazy as far as heat generation goes, but on those hot days cooling really counts. I went with five additional 103 CFM fans with three as intakes(two front, one side) and two as exhaust(top); a rear-mounted 120mm 110 CFM(intake) radiator, the exhaust from which is nicely picked up and sucked out by the top exhausts; and reconfigured the Antec fans as intakes(two side, one front internal). So far this setup feels pretty effective with ambient temps ranging from 18ºC to 27ºC; waiting for hotter days to see if it needs any tweaks.

All in all, an excellent buy for the price.

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  • Scott N.
  • 3/27/2016 1:21:37 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery Nice!

Pros: Very well build, solid, professional looking case. Ample fan mounts and plenty of space for water-cooling equipment. Removable front and bottom dust filters for easy cleaning. Excellent cable management features including ample room behind backplate for cable routing. As good or better than anything I have previously seen in this price range.

Cons: None that would keep me from recommending this case to family and friends. See “Other Thoughts”.

Other Thoughts: After I unboxed this thing, it didn’t take me long to realize that I had just bought a really nice case. It was very aesthetically pleasing, and the quality and above average craftsmanship was immediately apparent. I caught this one on sale and with a nice rebate that made it one of the least expensive cases I have ever bought, regardless of quality. I could probably sell this thing for scrap (although I never would) for as much as I paid for it after discount and rebate. So far, barring any hidden faults or damages, I couldn’t be happier with this case. My only grievance (and it is very minor) is the gaudy looking fan vents/mounts on the side plexiglas window. If you don’t plan on mounting fans on the side panel and/or plan on water-cooling your rig, these may prove to be quite the eye-sore. I would much rather have a solid piece of clear plexiglas to showcase the gorgeous rig I plan on building inside of this otherwise beautiful case!

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  • Sean J.
  • 1/26/2016 11:50:17 AM

5 out of 5 eggsThis large Mid-Tower is one of the best on the market. Antec cases are no .1 cooling solutions on the market-

Pros: Carbon Fiber-
Room for 12x 120mm fans!!(The 3 stock fans which Antec includes are utter garbage(1250rpm max/ 35cfm)
Tons of room to hide all the wires(compared to my old Antec 300 this case has a walk in wire closet!)
Affordable! was 59.00$ when I bought mine!
Built well, Antec has a 5 star reputation for quality.
My case was damaged, defective from factory(frame was diamond'd), but Newegg and Antec are awesome, they shipped out a new one, and I had it couple days afterward.
Award Winner- The Antec Eleven-Hundred V2 has won 21 International Awards!

Cons: None- This is my 2nd Antec case, both have been great cooling solutions!

Other Thoughts: Can't beat Antec cases, the Eleven Hundred V2 is listed as a large mid-tower ATX form factor, it was by far, the largest mid-tower case I've ever built. This is my third time using this case, two of my clients love it as well.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/11/2016 8:24:38 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsMy new Favorite Case

Pros: A case with room to build, that breathes well. Plenty of fan placement options. Solid construction and enough fittings to get the job done. Slick drive & fan mounting set up. I've been using a 1200 for the last several years without complaint. Thought about adding another for this build, but the $59 made it worth trying the 1100, despite the poor reviews. One of my better xmas buys. Been building systems for near 20 years, using Antec cases for the last 8 and always happy with their overall workmanship and design. Even for the standard price, I would buy this case again. Kudos for the lower price instead of a stupid rebate offer.

Cons: Picky stuff really. Would be nice if they included a rubber gasket/mount for the back side door fan mount. Would like the option to move the power supply intake filter to the right side instead of on the left.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/10/2016 6:45:02 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat case for the price

Pros: -It has a lot of hard drive bays

Cons: The PSU filter is flimsy.

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  • James M.
  • 12/7/2015 12:39:28 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Case

Pros: Great design! High construction quality
Excellent Air Flow
Tons of room
Cables can be hid easily
Large enough for even the longest graphic cards to fit

Cons: Only 3 120mm fans included. Did not include any in the front of the case.
Also, the 2 1/2 drive bay will only hold a drive that is 2 inches in depth. Most SSD drives are 3 inches. I had to buy a 3rd party 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inch hard drive mount kit.

Other Thoughts: Excellent Value!!!

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  • david b.
  • 12/5/2015 9:05:25 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsnice but with issues

Pros: plenty of fans area and room in case. enermax lmr240 mounted up nicely but scary close to a few wires to rear fan.
wire ties solved lay out of wires where needed plenty, of slots to route wires. decent fans with unit all three spin up in the 1250 rpm range average ( high 1313 lowest 1198 )

Cons: two tabs broken on delivery.
one of the front cover area that holds the metals cover over bay openings
other on one arm a pin is broke that it pivots on to lock items in 5 1/4 bat.

poor quality plastic very brittle i cringe think down the road of removing cover to clean filter with the quality of plastic.

One of the rear finger slots you would grab to open side was bent and one foot looks cocked at an angle like case is tweaked or bent but it sits solid. and scuff mark across one side

removed 1 egg due to material quality and quality control

also bought a touch screen fan controller to mount **** be warned **** there are screw holes only on one side of 5 1/4 inch bays to screw hardware in again 1 egg removed antex didn't think to far ahead for secure mounts of short items in bay design or have optional screws both side ( separate plate that could replace the spring tabs would make the mount system better for short items

Other Thoughts: would i buy again? maybe
at full price ? NO
being a machinist by trade i will be remove and replace the spring tab on the one side to securely mount the touch screen fan controller

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  • Josh T.
  • 11/30/2015 10:35:54 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice Case

Pros: Spacious design, 3 fans included, plenty of cable management, front panel USB 3.0, and constructed completely of metal

Cons: None so far

Other Thoughts: This case is great for my needs, and has many features that make it worth the price. As usual, the shipping was quick, and I was thoroughly impressed with the all metal design. This does make it relatively heavy, but is really not a big deal. So far, I'm really liking this case.

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  • Justin H.
  • 11/20/2015 9:09:16 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsgood case, but came dented

Pros: Plenty of room, good cable management, looks good. I like simple looking cases. I'm an adult and I don't need flashy cases like a teenager with flashy lights and funky designs.

Cons: Mine came with a dent in the top, which I'm not happy about. I had 70% of my system moved before I noticed it. It's not a big dent, but their shouldn't be one at all. There was no damage to the box and it was packaged well so the damage happened at the factory somewhere. Based on that I wouldn't order an Antec again though I loved the 900. QC was asleep that day.

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  • Dean S.
  • 11/7/2015 7:18:15 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsGreat chassis for water-cooled Skylake build.

Pros: Needed larger chassis than my 900 case and wanted a ready-made fit for two-fan Antec Kuhler 1250 water cooler.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: My two old Antec 900 cases, still in great shape after nine years of use, were not designed to accommodate a two-fan water cooler. Instead, I used the Antec 1100 V2. One great thing about this case is the vent area at the top of the case - it houses two 120 mm fans which can easily be swapped with the Kühler h2o 1250 radiator. I didn’t have to drill new holes in the case or go searching for vent holes that might happen to line up with the mounting holes of the Kühler because they were already there. I opted not to try a push-pull arrangement with the existing fans, but to remove and use them elsewhere. I particularly like the mounting position underneath the CPU chip that attaches to a side panel of the case.

The case itself has a sleek, elegant appearance. Its front USB 2.0, 3.0, and audio ports are extremely convenient, and the tool-less design made it easy to install my drives.

Looking inside my old computer builds, the tangled mass of wires sometimes resembled giant rats’ nests. My Antec High Pro Current’s modular cabling let me use only the cables I needed, and the 1100’s grommet-lined cable routing holes and space behind the motherboard tray eliminated the rodent nest factor from my PC. It allowed for a nice clean interior arrangement that does not restrict airflow, as you can see in the pictures.

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