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Triple layer front helps prevent internal system noise from escaping.
Solid construction will allow for years of faithful service.
Large amounts of space for almost any combination of hardware.
Nine expansion slots allow for users to eff.
Solid, sturdy construction.
Tons of space for expansion.
Supports the newest XL-ATX motherboards and video cards up to 13" in length.
Very spacious interior.
Three TwoCool fans included.
Slightly heavier than other cases.
Priced in the mid to higher end for mid-tower cases.
Rubber grommets fall out too easily.
No support for 280mm radiators.
Front door feels flimsy.
Only 120 mm fans in the ceiling 140 mm or larger would easily fit.
Sound dampening may not be very effective.
No real manual.
Silver screws instead of black ones.
By Benchmark Reviews on March 24, 2012
The Antec P280's performance is exactly as it claims to be, providing users with adequate cooling at an extremely low noise level. I found that with the fans on low the Antec P280 was near silent and even on high, the Antec P280 stayed quiet....
By Pro-Clockers on March 20, 2012
Once again our love for the Performance One is shown. The new P280 is one of few cases on the market with a front door panel that I would say I would go out and purchase. It is not often we find a case with a door that has the clean sleek lines of...
By Bit-tech.net on February 16, 2012
We’re in two minds when it comes to the Antec P280. On one hand, it’s a wonderful case to build a system into, with the superb build quality we’ve come to expect from Antec. There are plenty of excellent design decisions on display,...
By Bigbruin on February 01, 2012
Antec has a heritage of building well designed products that actually perform - everything from power supplies to fans to cases. Their newest chassis creation, the Antec P280 Super Mid Tower Performance One Series Case, certainly doesn't disappoint....
By VR-Zone on January 29, 2012
Quality (30% of the total score) Quality is by far the most positive aspect of the Antec P280 case. One can easily tell that the company’s engineers spent a fair amount of time designing and optimizing this case. The structure of the case is...
By Computer Shopper on January 26, 2012
The Antec P280 is a minimalist, beautifully designed case for low-noise computing. The workmanship, cable routing, and design details add up to a very good value for the money....
By Kitguru.net on January 25, 2012
Today we are looking at the latest offering in the Antec Performance One lineup … the P280 chassis. We have reviewed many Antec cases in the past and have generally been impressed with their combination of cooling efficiency, build quality and...
By Vortez on January 12, 2012
Building on a classic, successful product is never an easy task. Advocates will be closely watching and criticising too. In recent times Antec have focussed mainly on their gaming chassis leaving the enthusiast to perhaps look elsewhere but its...
By Ninjalane on December 29, 2011
The P280 supports boards up to the XL-ATX form factor thanks to the large size and 9 expansion slots. For this installation we used the ASUS Maximus IV Extreme motherboard. This P67 motherboard had no trouble fitting into the case with room to...
By LanOC Reviews on December 21, 2011
and FVOur time with the P280 leaves me with mixed emotions. I’m excited to see Antec stepping up again with new designs. They improved on the original P series design with lots of features that bring it in line with what all manufactures are...
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