Longtime case manufacturer Antec has release the GX330 chassis, and update to its entry-level GX300 case. The GX330 is a mid-tower case with room for motherboards as large as E-ATX and a 360-mm radiator on the front panel. The rear end of the case can take a 120-mm raditator or a plain ol' fan. Antec includes two LED-lit 120-mm spinners in the box.
The GX330 can accomodate a total of seven fans and up to four hard drives in tool-less bays—two 2.5" drives and another two 3.5" HDDs. There's also a 5.25" slot, in case anyone still has a optical drive laying around. The case's generous external dimensions let it take in graphics cards as long as 15.7" (or 40cm), visible through the window on the left panel.
Antec is selling the case right now for 69€, which works around to about $62 after removal of that pesky VAT. The GX330 is available in black and white finishes and covered by a three-year warranty.
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