“Our first experience with the Performance One dates back to the P160W, which now stands out as an aberration in a series that took a turn towards elegant aesthetics and quiet computing. The metamorphosis began with the original P180, a chassis we felt had potential, but ultimately described as a “time sink” in terms of installation. Then came the P182, which brought with it an effective cable management scheme, but left us hot under the collar with its ho-hum cooling potential.
Can the P190 + 1200 finally silence our criticisms and emerge as the chassis we’ve been hoping for from the Performance One series?”
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Antec’s P190 is one serious mid-sized tower. With a 200mm side fan and a pair of 140mm on the top and a 120mm fan in the back, you can get some good air cooling. Otherwise, as they have included rubberized outlets on the back, you could go with watercooling. Power is also not going to be an issue, this case ships with two PSUs installed. Check out what else is in this case at HARDWARELOGIC.