The new chassis, which is added to the company's familiar GX series, comes with huge video card support and convenience that is not easy to find at the same price level
GX300 for 300 shekels. Company Antec, A veteran chassis manufacturer, introduces its new addition to its GX chassis, the GX300. The case, which also comes in a version with a side window called the GX300 Window, is a midi-tower case painted black inside and out and all its corners come with rounded edges.
According to Antec, the GX300 case comes with an advanced cooling system that contains space for two top fans, another space for a rear fan (a total of three fans that take air out of the case) in addition to supporting two places in the front of the case for two fans that let air into it. The case can hold long graphics cards for the high market up to 39.8 inches long (for comparison, the GTX 980 card fromNVIDIA Comes with a basic length of 26.67 inches and the Radeon R9 295X2 dual core card AMD Comes in a basic length of 30.7 inches).
A front panel at the top of the chassis contains several user-accessible access points, such as inputs USB 2.0 and 3.0, audio inputs, in addition to the power and boot button, a fan speed control switch and of course lights that display computer activity. The GX300 case supports standard motherboards in microATX, ATX and mini-ITX sizes.
"At a very competitive price, the GX300 case offers a lot of features and gives users the ability to be ready for future upgrades. The case demonstrates the opportunity to create an updated system with adequate airflow and plenty of room for powerful hardware." The package weighs 5.45 kilos and has a very attractive price of 59 euros (about 300 shekels), with a three-year warranty from Antek itself.