Antec's home for overclocked HTPC systems
Subject: Systems | September 5, 2006 - 05:32 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Antec Fusion seems aptly named, a mix of HTPC style, with some serious cooling. It is very easy to set up with the colour coded instructions and the quiet power supply and 120mm fans don't make that much noise. Take a look and see if you are as impressed as Overclockers Online.
"We generally don't find many mATX multimedia cases tailored for an overclocker. These cases are
generally cramped resulting in terrible airflow and high temperatures. The Antec Fusion has resolved
that issue. It's spacious interior allows for some of the larger heatsinks and the two 120mm
tri-speed fans does wonders on reducing the overall system temperature."
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
Fusion Media Center Case @ ThinkComputers
HD135 HTPC Case Reviewed @ MetkuMods
- Best of Both Worlds
with the Mozart Tx @ Legion Hardware
- Zalman HD135 HTPC
Case Review @ Madshrimps
- Thermaltake VC4001SNS Mozart
HTPC Case Review @ MODTHEBOX
- ASRock ConRoe945G-DVI:
Core 2 Duo goes mATX @ AnandTech
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