Las Vegas, NV — January 9, 2007 — Antec, Inc., the leading global brand of high-performance computer components for the PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself markets, has released P190. The case is Antec’s most powerful yet with dual power supplies, and is based on the proven design concepts first introduced in their P180.
P190 is fueled by Antec’s new dual power supply, the 1200 Watt Neo-Link.
The spacious interior and extended ATX capabilities allow for multiple
instances of virtually all system components. The 650 Watt and 550 Watt power
supplies work together to power parts such as multiple core CPUs, multi card
graphics solutions and 10,000+ RPM hard drives.
To keep high-performance components functioning perfectly, P190 has been
designed for extreme cooling. The chassis features a 200mm side-mounted
three-speed fan, the ‘Big Boy’, Antec’s largest fan to date.
The case has twin top-mounted 140mm fans with three-speed control for a choice
between maximum cooling and minimum noise. For further cooling, the case
includes a rear-mounted 120mm fan. Air filters reduce the risk of dust and
debris entering the system.
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