IMO, cutting a hole into a P182's side panel kinda defeats the purpose. The 900 doesn't gather that much dust though as long as you keep it off the floor. My 900 only has a little dust in it after about 5 months of usage. If you're still concerned though, you could shoehorn a filter into the modular bays. Another suggestion might to be just stretch panty hose over the front of your fans.skialex25 wrote:Is there any way to buy a side panel with a window for this case or would I have to modify it myself?
Fastfreak39 wrote:I have a P182 and $79.99 for one is a frigging steal. I think it's amazing. Although if you;re looking for something light and semi-portable then the P182 is not for you. It's quiet, very sturdy and elegant. I think the P182 has way more class than the 900, but that is my opinion.
xxgg wrote:Antec would have been so much more better if it had some cable management holes.
uknowit90 wrote:I love my Antec 900, but it took a little work to get it that way
I've drilled my own cable management holes, which was easy enough to do. I also painted all the grey crap black so it looks hella fly. Again, easy enough if you're willing to devote the time.
My only complaint is I wish I could have both front fans in and 4 5.25 drives rather than only 3... oh well... I'll figure somethin out.
So anyway... the Antec 900 is a modder's dream and a great case, but if you're looking for tidy and completely dust free with no moddification, then stay away. (but in imho, modding is fun!!)
uknowit90 wrote:Pics of the Black Beauty
Needs a little dusting, but it's been a few months...
Obsidian wrote:Did you paint the inside of your 900? I just got one and it looks nice but I like yours even better I'm really amazed at how much people make such a big deal about how quiet the P182 is, the 900 is near silent when you want it to be.
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