Antec Three Hundred Two Reviews

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★★★★ 4.3
Manufacturer: Antec
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Based on 18 reviews.
 

Antec Three Hundred Two Case Review

★★★★★
Verdict: The Three Hundred Two is the latest entry-level mid-tower case from Antec. Let's see if it deserves our recommendation.
Pros: 
  • Air filter for the power supply and front fans
  • Air filter for the power supply is removed from the side of the case
  • Top and rear fans have two-speed controllers
  • Eight expansion slots
  • A huge hole in the motherboard tray for accessing the backplate of the CPU cooler
  • Holes for routing cables...
Cons: 
  • Interior and rear panel aren't painted
  • Bay covers aren't meshed
  • Slot covers aren't meshed
  • No air filters for the optional side fans
  • Location of the holes for liquid cooling solutions is questionable
9 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two Mid-Tower Case Review

★★★★★
Verdict: As the old saying goes, "Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder". Each of us in our own special way see things differently, be it color or the way something is shaped, configured or designed. Take buying a car for instance.
Pros: 
  • USB 3.0 with internal MB connector
  • Preinstalled 140mm and 120mm with high
  • low fan speed control
  • Toolless retention on HD and ODD bays
  • Eight expansion slots
  • Eleven drive bays in total
  • Two dedicated 2.5 SSD bays
  • Supports Standard ATX
  • Micro ATX
  • Mini ITX Motherboards
  • Support for the larger...
Cons: 
  • No front intake fans installed
9 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two Case Video Review

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: The Antec Three Hundred Two Case has a stylish appearance, excellent build quality, has plenty of drive bays, up to 6 fans can be installed, large hole on motherboard tray, cable management and much more. If you're in the market for an affordable mid-tower case, you found it!
9 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two

★★★★ 3.5
Verdict: The Antec Three Hundred , now that was a good budget chassis, wasn't it? The original dates back all the way to April 2008, but after a slight revision here and a little tweak there, it continues to serve a purpose almost four years later.
9 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two Mid-Tower Case Review

★★★★★
Verdict: Antec has done a terrific job with it's Three Hundred Two series. The complete makeover on the inside, brings Antec's best selling Three Hundred series up to 2012 standards. Current users urge for USB3.0 connectivity. Easy and fast access to the HDD's and optical drives.
9 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two Mid-Tower Case Review

★★★★★
Verdict: When Antec talks about its very affordable Three Hundred Two case, we hear terms like, "high performance systems,"affordable gaming case, "built for gamers," and "advanced cooling system" thrown about.
9 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two: Stay Cool, Budget Enthusiasts

★★★★★
Verdict: Antec's Three Hundred Two seems to be designed with thermal performance first and foremost on its agenda. When you're dealing with sub-$100 cases, it's always going to be a balancing act between acoustics and thermals, and for the Three Hundred Two, Antec has opted to swing the pendulum towards the...
9 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two Midtower Case Review

★★★★★
Verdict: When I set out to build a system I usually pick a case that fits with the level of parts I'm putting in it. Some users get the fanciest case they can find, some the lowest cost shell they can get a hold of, and some don't even bother with a case but rather just use the box the motherboard comes in.
9 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two

★★★★ 4.4
Verdict: In the realm of low dollar cases and by this I would say the sub-$75 category is where this applies, it is really tough to find more than three or four choices for more than the same concept of cases from a bygone era with a new shirt on and a haircut.
9 years ago

[Review] Antec Three Hundred Two

★★★★★
Verdict: Overall, this gaming budget chassis with an MSRP of $79.99 performed well in our testing. The plain outer exterior is not one that will stand out in a crowd, but it does create a sense of mystery about it.
9 years ago

Decent case if found at a good price

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: I bought this case locally for $40. I initially had an issue with the power switch not working but Antec customer service sent me a replacement super fast at no charge. This case keeps everything nice and cool with SP120s all around (5 of them total.
Pros: 
  • A lot of space
  • Tool-less drive bays
  • 6 fan mounting locations
  • Room for a lot of 3.5" HDDs Can hold a fairly large video card
  • Front USB 3 Plenty of room for cable management
Cons: 
  • The 2 SSD mounting locations are in wonky spots
  • (behind motherboard on other side of the case and on the bottom near psu) Only 140mm vent up top (with switched fan included) and not 220mm for a decent radiator
5 years ago

Awesome case that keeps getting better

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: I love it when a company continues to improve on a great design instead of throwing the baby out with the bathwater every few years. I don't see any changes for cost cutting, only to make it better. There is no flimsy, iffy, flashy nonsense about this case.
6 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: Nice case, lots of room. Fits GTX 660 with no problem. Added couple more fans for additional air, but nice and quiet. Had older 300 case, this is more user friendly, easier to work with.
Pros: 
  • Good case, good air flow, quiet fans
  • Cabling is easy and lots of room
  • Drives are easy to install
Cons: 
  • None
7 years ago

Fabulous mid-sized case

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: I honestly can't fault this case. It comes with a top 140mm fan and a rear mounted 120mm fan, both of which have high/low speed switches on the rear of the case. As well as that, you can mount two more on the front, one on the side for the graphics card and one on the other side to cool the rear of...
8 years ago

Antec Three Hundred Two Gaming Chassis Review

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: 2 Flares 2 Flares × Antec are a company who are continually adapting and improving their product range. Today we are looking at the Three Hundred Two, an update to the popular Three Hundred released way back in 2008.
9 years ago

Get the antec 300 instead

★★★★★ 2.0
Verdict: It's a solid case but someone who has owned the Antec 300 this case offers nothing new and brings a plethora of disadvantages. Firstly:the original Antec 300 has a compartment behind the hard drives where you can place all of your excess cables, this doesn't have this and you are forced to tie the...
8 years ago

Love it!

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: Very easy build, very well designed. ALMOST tool-less - you still need a screwdriver to install cards. The result is very satisfying - the computer looks great and works very well. My CPU, graphics card, and motherboard temps are 10-15 degrees cooler than my old case (a Sonata I). P.S.
Pros: 
  • - Great price - Great cable management - Fan mounts on every side - Looks really good - it has a certain understated elegance - With 9 fans (including 1xCPU
  • 2xGraphics card
  • and 1xPSU)
  • it is still relatively quiet - Built-in fan controller and dust filters
Cons: 
  • - Only 4 cable ties supplied - Not very informative instruction manual - be prepared to wing it
8 years ago

The radiator mounted on the back fine, but I didn't realize until I already had ...

★★★★★ 5.0
Verdict: I decided it was time to change my case after the front USB ports snapped on my Antec P180 (that and it was close to 10 years old). My main gripe was that the front panel USB3 header had a large casing around it, and it wouldn't fit in the USB3 header on my Asus M5A97 2.0, due to a capacitor on the...
6 years ago

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