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Tons of room inside.
Able to fit Antecís CPSeries power supplies.
4 PreInstalled Fans.
Fan Speed Controller.
Options to add more fans.
No 2.5inch hard drive placement.
No CPU cutout.
Side panel fan has a short power connector and its fan control is on the inside of the case.
Optional Forward 120mm Fans.
External Side Fan Panel.
Instructions could be better.
By XSReviews on March 02, 2011
Antec's new P193 doesn't deviate that much from the original, but that's a good thing. It witholds its build strength, strong cooling characteristics and its cable management is still top notch. I like the moving of the side fan to a more...
By Kitguru.net on August 16, 2010
The P193 is another quality product from...
By HardwareHeaven on July 07, 2010
The Antec P193 is a worthy successor to the original P190 and fortunately it also is much cheaper. It is by no means a cheap tower case, however most enthusiasts will find the price justifiable. Being a very carefully designed, large and very...
By ThinkComputers on May 05, 2010
We always have high expectations for Antec products, especially their cases because they have always impressed us. The P193 is no exception to that, it is a very solid case and there isn’t much bad that we can say about it. The 4 included fans,...
By Legit Reviews on April 01, 2010
Antec has built a very solid mid tower case with the P193 and we expect no less from them, especially when they started with an already popular design in the P190. Quiet operation, solid construction, thoughtful accouterments and a roomy interior...
By 3dGameMan on November 03, 2009
Video Review: The Antec P193 Case is based on the P183 case, but with many changes. For one, it's a little larger so it fits 12x13" Extended ATX form factor motherboards. There are a total of four TriCool fans; two 140mm at the top, one 120mm at the...
By TechwareLabs on October 26, 2009
I’ve had an abiding affection for Antec’s Performance One series of cases ever since the first P180 came out, and the P193 only reaffirms it. “Enthusiast” cases are usually flashy, loud and attention-grabbing; the P193 and its...
By Tom's Hardware on October 09, 2009
The Panzerbox, however, was also among the louder cases (measured through observation), and the loudest was the Thermaltake Element G. The Antec P193, even with its huge side fan, was the...
By Real World Labs on August 13, 2009
One cant really say that the P193 took over where the P190 left since it lacks many features of its predecessor, on the other hand the price is a lot less and that will probably mean more to most users than a few more features. No matter...
By Neoseeker on August 11, 2009
Antec introduced the P180 to the world and many were taken in awe by the chambers, the silent operation and style of the case. Leading into the P180 the company often on traditional designs from things like their SX series to while trying to find that...
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