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Old 20-12-2012
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Best Antec case for ASUS Maximus V Extreme
  

Can anyone tell me which will be the best Antec case for ASUS Maximus V Extreme ???? It?s a big board and my friends say that I will have to get a full tower or specialized case for it. I have some other company cases in my mind but I want to know what Antec has to offer for the beast ?ASUS Maximus V Extreme?, Thanks in advance.

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Re: Best Antec case for ASUS Maximus V Extreme

You can check out Antec X1, it has been released recently and I think that ASUS Maximus V Extreme will fit in without any issues. Just to share ill like to inform you, it’s latest addition to the Gaming Series from Antec. So if you might be planning to add discrete graphic card then Antec X1 will be your best choice. As far as I am aware it is available under 3k. You can get it from an online site selling it cheaper in your region. You can check out its detailed specification on its official site.
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Re: Best Antec case for ASUS Maximus V Extreme

You can check out Antec DF-10 Mid Tower ATX Desktop Cabinet as well. It?s a mid tower case but your ASUS Maximus V Extreme should fit in. It?s available for 5.5 k.
Its specifications are as followed:
  • 11 drive bays - 6 x internal 3.5" , 3 x external 5.25" , 1 x internal bottom-mounted 2.5" SSD bay
  • Advanced cooling system - 1 x top 140 mm TwoCool fan , 1 x rear 120 mm TwoCool fan ,1 x side 120 mm fan for graphics cards (optional)
  • 8 expansion slots to support multiple graphics cards
  • Maximum video card size: 292 mm / 11,5"
  • Windowed side panel
  • Front ports - 2 x USB 2.0, Audio (AC'97 and HDA compatible) In and Out
  • Motherboards: Mini-ITX, microATX, Standard ATX
  • Unit Dimensions - 488 mm (H) x 198 mm (W) x 497 mm (D),19,2" (H) x 7,8" (W) x 19,6" (D)
  • Package Dimensions - 565 mm (H) x 275 mm (W) x 570 mm (D), 22,2" (H) x 10,8" (W) x 22,4" (D)
  • Weight - Net : 6,6 kg / 14,5 lbs , Gross : 8,0 kg / 17,5 lbs
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Re: Best Antec case for ASUS Maximus V Extreme

Guys Antec X1 and Antec DF-10 Mid Tower ATX Desktop Cabinet are good but ASUS Maximus V Extreme won?t fit in them. Form factor of Maximus V Extreme is Extended ATX it measures 12.0 inch x 10.7 inch. Whereas Antec X1 and Antec DF-10 supports Mini-ITX, microATX, Standard ATX only. There is quite a good difference between Standard ATX and Extended ATX Motherboards.
So in that case ?Antec Extended ATX Case P193 V3? will be your best choice. Its costlier compared to the ones mentioned above but it?s worth paying for.
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Re: Best Antec case for ASUS Maximus V Extreme

Yes Kh@LnaYak is right. ASUS Maximus V Extreme won?t fit in Midtower cases until they are specialized in some way to handle its broadness. A full tower case will be your best choice, if you want to get one form Antec then even ill suggest you to get ?Antec Extended ATX Case P193 V3?.I will cost you in between 8k to 9K.
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