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    Reviews - Antec Three Hundred Two

    Antec's Three Hundred reimagined for the modern-day enthusiast?
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    Re: Reviews - Antec Three Hundred Two

    Solid case. Well outdated looks though, especially stock light grey interior. No thanks. Nearly every manufacturer now sprays interior of their cases.

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    Re: Reviews - Antec Three Hundred Two

    I love my 300. Not sure I can see any reason to replace it when I next upgrade though. Its not like I have any USB 3 devices and when I do an extension cable from the back would be a better choice than spending £50! I can imagine many others will feel the same.

    Also am I the only one who likes the industrial look of the original?

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    Re: Reviews - Antec Three Hundred Two

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    I love my 300. Not sure I can see any reason to replace it when I next upgrade though. Its not like I have any USB 3 devices and when I do an extension cable from the back would be a better choice than spending £50! I can imagine many others will feel the same.

    Also am I the only one who likes the industrial look of the original?
    I still very much like my Antec 300, but it's cooling capacity is starting to worry me a little..

    I've got a pretty high-end PC, especially with the GTX580, that pumps out quite a bit of heat, so I'm looking to upgrade to a case with better cable routing and more fan mounts.

    Currently looking at the Corsair Carbide 300R.

    One thing that I like about this is the sideways mounting of the HDDs, compared to the Antec 300, it causes all sorts of problems for me with the GTX580.

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    Re: Reviews - Antec Three Hundred Two

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    I love my 300. Not sure I can see any reason to replace it when I next upgrade though. Its not like I have any USB 3 devices and when I do an extension cable from the back would be a better choice than spending £50! I can imagine many others will feel the same.

    Also am I the only one who likes the industrial look of the original?
    I do really like the way my 300 looks, but I got that case about 4 months ago, *shakes fist at Antec*.

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