Antec Launches P20C and P20CE Mid-Tower E-ATX Gaming Cases

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Antec has released the P20C (glass side panel) and P20CE (solid side panel), new mid-tower E-ATX gaming cases that offer what the company says is endless features for designing the ultimate showcase. Users will find a massive mesh front and metal panel design when they unbox these cases, alongside flexible configuration options, including seven reusable PCI-E slots for vertical GPU installation and support for dual CPU motherboards. Both versions are now available on Newegg and the US Amazon site (P20C: MSRP$119.99 USD, P20CE: MSRP$114.99 USD).

From an Antec press release:

The P20C / P20CE allows limitless possibilities for building a show case. The new case is ready to provide users with a more flexible layout as it features seven reusable PCI-E slots for vertical GPU installation. By supporting dual CPU motherboards with a width of up to 330mm, the P20C / P20CE is the evolution of compatibility. It adopts a unique metal design, providing a massive airflow. With the full-size dust filter, the case reaches the balance between cooling and easy maintenance. The pin-type metal front panel is effortlessly removable, and the clip-on dust filters make the cleaning process a walk in the park.

The P20C / P20CE measures 483 x 220 x 490 mm (DxWxH) and is compatible with e-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX and ITX motherboards. In terms of fan support, the case accommodates three 120 mm / three 140 mm in the front, three 120 mm fans / two 140 mm fans on top as well as one 120 mm fan in the rear and two fans on the PSU shroud. Three 120 mm PWM fans in the front are already included in this neat gaming case. The included 1-to-4 fan splitter cable makes cable management easy. The built-in Type-C 3.2 Gen 2 port provides transfer speeds up to 10 Gbps. For extra water-cooling, the P20C / P20CE accommodates a 360 mm radiator in the front and on top and a 120mm radiator in the rear. The case boasts two convertible tool-less 3.5″ HDD drive cages (convertible to 2x 2,5“ SSDs), two 2.5″ SSD mounting spaces as well as seven expansion slots.

Moreover, the chassis has plenty of space for graphics cards with a length of up to 375 mm and effective ventilation, making it particularly suitable for gamers as well. The mid-tower supports high-end air coolers with a maximum CPU Cooler Height of 170 mm and power supplies with a length of 205 mm. Well-designed cable routing makes wiring easy and simple. The cable channels with a cutout on top for stable routing. A removable GPU Holder allows for the GPU to be adjusted up, down, left, and right. The I / O panel features Power and LED control button, two USB 3.0, one Type C 3.2 and Mic and HD Audio jacks. With 23 mm clearance in the rear and a grove on the top as well as eight included rubber grommets, the P20C / P20CE offers sufficient options for cable management, allowing for a clean build and optimized airflow. Three Antec logo cable ties round up this great chassis.

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Tsing Mui
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