Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: Lots of room, with 120 rad compatibility. It comes with 1x 200mm intake, 1x 200mm exhaust, 1x 120mm exhaust...you can add 1x 200mm intake side fan and 1x 200mm exhaust top fan.
Cons: Cable management is a little rough, but with some work you can make everything fit nicely. I will point out the windowed panel is a pain to put on without laying the case down.
Other Thoughts: Got this from a different supplier locally on sale. I have all 4 200mm fans going with a push / pull on my Antec Khuler.
Antec Khuler 620
ASRock 970 extreme 3
XFX R9 270x
XFX XTR 750 modular psu
2x Samsung EVO 250g SSD
All hardware fits no issues.
Pros: I got 2 of these from a different supplier that had them on sale to replace my old SATA I 250 and 400 WD 7200 RPM drives in my desktop. So first of I will say this, they fit perfectly in my Antec DF 85 while attached to the hot swap bays. Sure they are smaller but the bays are designed so they plug in and rest nicely on the ledges.
Now for the good stuff. Took 15 minutes, beginning to end, to install a fresh load of Windows 7 Professional 64bit, and load time is at most 5 seconds. Games load much faster than before and run much smoother.
Other Thoughts: Antec DF 85
8 GB DDR3 AMD Radeon 1600
ASRock 970 Extreme 3
Antec Khuler 620
Sapphire HD 6800
2x Samsung 840 Evo 250
This review is from: ASRock 970 EXTREME3 AM3+ AMD 970 + SB950 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Great board. Supported my FX 6300 and AMD Radeon 1600 right out of the box.
Got it O/B which in the end paid off.
Other Thoughts: Old Build:
Phenom II X4 945, ASRock A770DE+, 8GB DDR2 800 OCZ
FX 6300, ASRock 970 Extreme3, 8GB AMD Radeon DDR3 1600
Antec Khuler 620, Sapphire HD 6870, Soundblaster Recon 3D Pro, Ultra X3 600w, Antec DF 85
Display Name: Michael C.
Date Joined: 07/23/08
Some manufacturers place restrictions on how details of their products may be communicated.