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Antec 300 Three Hundred Black Mid Tower Computer Case 0761345-08300-3

Antec 300 Three Hundred, Black Mid Tower Ultimate Gaming Case w/o PSU (New Version)

Scan code: LN22762 Manufacturer code: 0761345-08300-3 Request call
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Product Overview The Essentially Cool and Quiet Case
Impressively spacious and unbeatably reliable, the Antec Three Hundred is an unbeatable enclosure.

The Three Hundred has enough room for an NVIDIA 8800 series graphics card, as well as six hard drives and a standardATX

A cable management compartment keeps your system organized and the airflow unobstructed.

A 120mm rear fan and 140mm top fan ensure that the case runs cool even when playing the most demanding games,
while the sleek black finish gives it an extra stylish edge. FeaturesNo Power Supply included: To optimize performance of your Three Hundred, your choice of power supply is crucial. Antec strongly recommends choosing from our NeoPower or TruePower series.

9 Drive Bays: External 3 x 5.25"; Internal 6 x 3.5" for HDD

Cooling System:
- 1 rear 120 x 25 mm TriCool™ Fan with 3-speed switch control.
- 1 top special 140 x 25 mm TriCool™ Fan with 3-speed switch control
- 2 front (optional) 120 mm fans to cool the hard drives
- 1 side (Optional) 120 x 25 mm Fan to cool graphic cards

Washable air filters reduces dust build up in your system, which helps keep your system cooler

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
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