The newest case off of Lee’s testbed is the Antec P193, an updated version of the P190 that incorporates a few additions and modifications.  For instance the 200mm fan has been moved slightly to give more room on the inside of the case and some changes to the doors and vents to offer better air flow.  With 11 drive bays the case is rather tall which could lead to some problems for people who own a PSU with short cabling.  It is also very heavy at 36lb empty.  Those are the only two downsides to a very well designed case, check out why it won a Gold Award in the full review.

“The Antec P193 advanced super mid-tower case should appeal to a large number of PC enthusiasts. It features excellent build quality with sleek styling. The P193 is a relatively large mid-tower chassis that provides 11 storage bays and offers several incremental improvements over the original P190. The four bundled fans can be adjusted to deliver the right balance of airflow to noise thanks to the integrated speed controls. Along with more room and improved airflow the P193 also accepts Antec’s proprietary CP series PSUs as well as standard ATX power supplies.”

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