Antec Unveils Three Hundred Two Gaming Chassis

Antec Unveils Three Hundred Two Gaming Chassis

The latest member of Antec’s gaming chassis family is the Three Hundred Two, a case that features eight expansion slots, eleven drive bays (3 x 5.25-inch, 6 x 3.5-inch, and 2 dedicated 2.5-inch), 170mm of clearance for the CPU cooler, and 318mm for up to three graphics cards.

The Three Hundred Two supports ATX, microATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards. The front panel includes audio jacks and a pair of USB 3.0 ports and features a mesh design for optimized airflow.

The case supports up to six 120/140mm fans, with one rear and one top fan included, and the mesh air filters are easily removable and washable. The Antec Three Hundred Two is available now for $79.95.



Antec Unveils the Three Hundred Two Enclosure
The next generation of affordable gaming chassis with high-performance cooling advantages and extensive expandability

Fremont, Calif. – January 24, 2012 – Antec, Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components, announces the Three Hundred Two enclosure, the latest addition to the Gaming Series. This sleek chassis is designed to handle today’s and tomorrow’s high-performance systems that are custom built for gamers from the inside-out.

The Three Hundred Two is perfect for gamers, system integrators and casual builders alike because of its extensive cooling advantages and expandability.

High Performance Cooling Advantages – The Three Hundred Two is built for maximum cooling thanks to its perforated front bezel, included top & rear TwoCool™ fans, and four optional fans, including a 120 mm CPU exhaust fan behind the motherboard, to ensure gamers can play well into the night.

Extensive Compatibility and Expandability – The Three Hundred Two utilizes eight expansion slots for up to three 12.5” (318 mm) graphics cards, demonstrating compatibility with most of the longest GPUs available.

Intelligent Design – This enclosure has removable, washable PSU and front intake air filters, along with a cable management system that features four strategically placed holes and 3 cm of space behind the motherboard tray. It’s even easier for builders to start using their new PC right away thanks to the Three Hundred Two’s three 5.25” and six 3.5” tool-less drive bays.

“The Three Hundred Two is an excellent enclosure for those who want to build a reliable, long-lasting PC,” said Mafalda Cogliani, Global Marketing Director at Antec. “The enclosure has great cooling and expandability options, making it the perfect choice for anyone looking to build a new and affordable gaming PC with high functionality and design.”

Availability
The Three Hundred Two is now available in the United States on Newegg, Frys and other retailers and in Canada on NCIX and Canada Computers with a MSRP of $79.95.

Detailed Specifications:
· 11 drive bays:
o 3 x 5.25” tool-less drive bays
o 2 x 2.5” drive bays (dedicated)
o 6 x 3.5” tool-less drive bays
· Motherboards: Standard ATX, microATX, Mini-ITX
· 8 expansion slots
· Maximum graphics card size: 12.5” (318 mm)
· Maximum CPU cooler height: 6.7” (170 mm)
· Cooling System:
o 1 x 120 mm rear TwoCool™ fan
o 1 x 140 mm top TwoCool™ fan
o 2 x 120 mm front intake fans (optional)
o 1 x 120 mm side intake fan (optional)
o 1 x 120 mm side exhaust fan behind motherboard (optional)
· Perforated front bezel for maximum air intake
· Water cooling support: top water cooling grommets
· Enlarged CPU cutout
· Front I/O ports:
o 2 x USB 3.0 with internal motherboard connector
o Audio In/Out
· No power supply included
· Unit Dimensions:
o 20.2” (H) x 9.0” (W) x 18.5” (D)
o [513 mm (H) x 229 mm (W) x 471 mm (D)]

· Package Dimensions:
o 22.2” (H) x 11.4” (W) x 20.7” (D)
o [565 mm (H) x 290 mm (W) x 525 mm (D)]
· Net Weight: 15.3 lbs (6.9 kg)
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ummm it just seems like the one i have O_O

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I have an Antec P180B, but I really want the Antec P280. You can't beat it in terms of noise reduction.

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I'll pass on it,................even though it goes for a fair price.

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This is great for casual builders because of the price tag but is sort of generic, which may appeal to someone looking simply for functionality but most system builders favor features and aesthetic when building their own machines

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I'm guessing the 302 is replacing the 300 which is what I currently have. The 300 is a great case to work in and this looks almost exactly like it.

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yea those cases are good like Osunday said for casual gamers. Its performance is good tho and the low price make it more a tempting

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Not much different from my 300, but I love Antec cases. Might move to one of their silent series in the future though.

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I have the 300 and love it.

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