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Antec reveal the P190 and it’s a monster!

by Matt Davey on 16 March 2007, 00:55

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The Antec P190


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Fresh on the heels of our coverage of the new P182 we bring you its bigger brother. The P190 is the same height as the P182 but slightly wider and much deeper and featuring a re-designed power chamber containing the two power supplies included as standard. These are 650W and 550W watt units.

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The rear of the chassis features three switches up the top to control the pre-fitted Tri-Cool fans and the single 120mm fan from the P180 has been swapped out for two 140mm units. Just like the P182 chassis, the P190 features pre-prepared water cooling holes on the rear.

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The side panel of the P190 features a 200mm fan with a built in filter. Although they have cut into the side panel Antec have kept the soundproofing that featured in previous designs.

Just like the P182 we will have one of these in for review shortly.

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Even less space for the PSU + cables, and it has TWO PSUs. Great!.Can't stand these Antec cases, they're such a pain to work with.
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Even less space for the PSU + cables, and it has TWO PSUs. Great!.Can't stand these Antec cases, they're such a pain to work with.

yea um, less space because the bottom is probably reserved for watercooling components... not for the average pc builder.
i've gotta say, yummy, look at that side case fan, awesome cooling potential :D
The new 25mm profile fan in the bottom chamber means there is more room in the P182 and P190 chassis.