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Antec Solo 2
Easy access to HDDs.
Really quiet fan.
Room for all sizes of graphic cards.
Great upgrade from the original Solo.
Excellent noise level dampening.
Fits long graphics cards including the AMD Radeon HD6990.
120mm TrueQuiet Fan preinstalled.
Front dust fan filters.
Good cable management.
Two USB 3.0 front panel port.
Anti vibration hard disk installation.
Piano black coating.
No dust filter for PSU intake.
Gets hot, only 1 fan included.
Oldschool installation methods for a moderately priced case.
Average out-the-box cooling performance.
Only two 5.25in bays and three 3.5in bays.
Has room for only three maximum 2.5"/3.5" drives plus dedicated 2.5" mounting area.
Suspension mount limits HDD mounting to two drives.
Only three hard disk slots.
Low clearance under motherboard tray.
Suspended hard drive can dislodge.
Very little damping in front panel.
By Metku.net on January 09, 2012
As I've said in many previous reviews, silence is very close to my heart, so it's always interesting to see and hear the new "quiet" cases. Antec also has a long history on this area with their Performance One- and Sonata-series of cases, and...-
By eTeknix on December 19, 2011
Over the years we have seen many new products come onto the market from Antec and every now and again they release a fresh updated version of an existing product. The Solo II bears no surprises that its predecessor is the original Solo case that was...-
By overclockers.com on December 16, 2011
The Solo II is a very nice, solid case which manages to keep the hardware inside quite quiet. It feels like a quality unit and has pleasing aesthetics. It is, however, rather expensive for a mid-tower case. It does look and feel like a high-end case,...-
By Techgage on December 09, 2011
After spending some time with the Antec SOLO II, I'm going to say that we have a winner in loser's clothing. This may cause a few people to pass it by if they see it on a store shelf, but hear me out. On one hand, users will get a super-solid...95
By ThinkComputers on November 17, 2011
Overall, Antec has done a great job at redesigning the Solo for the Solo II. It offers some of the same features that many loved in the original while making it more modern and useful for today’s case standards. There is certainly a lot in the...70
By HEXUS.net on November 08, 2011
What constitutes a perfect chassis? Different readers will have different opinions, but for many of the HEXUS staff, the perfect chassis would be one that's not too big, not too brash and not too loud.That criteria would explain why we've taken...60
By Kitguru.net on November 07, 2011
Antec have produced many cases over the years, and are continually bringing out new and improved versions of previous models. Continuing the focus of quiet sophistication from the original Antec SOLO case the SOLO II aims to deliver a new standard...90
By Hi Tech Legion on November 06, 2011
The Antec SOLO II is as quiet as they come. The new Antec TrueQuiet fan remains silent even on the highest setting and it requires a closer inspection to discern between the fan speed changes. Adding two more TrueQuiet fans for intake will...-
By TechRadar on October 27, 2011
Antec has a strong pedigree in low to mid-range, no-nonsense cases, and the Solo II we have got our mitts on here shows Antec can also throw their hat in the higher end case market as well.However, as price tags increase in the case market,...60
By Rbmods.com on October 24, 2011
Antec Solo II is well balanced case for homeuser. It has enough space for both larger graphics cards and fanslots are well placed. Cooling with stock fans is more than enough for your everyday computer, but high end users might want to add an extra...-