Antec Torque Reviews

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★★★★★ 4.7
   4 reviews
Manufacturer: Antec
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4.7 ★★★★★
Based on 4 reviews.
 

Antec Torque

★★★★★
Verdict: The Antec Torque is the company's take on open air cases. It doubles down on a compact but elaborate look with the usual material mix focusing on aluminium and tempered glass.
Pros: 
  • Very elaborate looks using multiple
  • stacked aluminium panels
  • Comes essentially pre-assembled
  • Surprisingly functional even though the case is essentially formed out of nothing but aluminium panels
  • Solid build quality
  • Compact size
  • Can essentially hold any size of air cooling as well as long GPUs...
Cons: 
  • Can only hold two storage drives
  • PSU access of assembled system quite complicated
  • Requires considerable effort to keep cables tidy
  • Storage drives inaccessible without motherboard removal
  • Pricey-as are most open air cases
2 years ago

Antec Torque Review – Like Nothing Else

★★★★ 4.0
Verdict: Antec Torque is an extraordinary open PC chassis that is formed from 3mm aluminium sections and two 4mm tempered glass panels. Our sample of Torque came in grey and red with styling that reminded us of a motorcycle with a kicked up rear end.
Pros: 
  • Aluminium panels look good and are nicely made
  • Huge amount of space for your cooling system
  • USB type C included on the front I/O panel
  • No restrictions to cooling air flow
Cons: 
  • Cable space behind the motherboard tray is limited
  • The second glass panel shows off the cables you are trying to hide
  • No support for 140mm fans
  • User guide is basic
  • You don't get any spares of the special fasteners used in Torque
2 years ago

Great value and will look better then photo.

★★★★★ 5.0
Cable management is pain in ass but if you figure that out, it will shine out on desk.
10 months ago

It's expensive but looks fantastic

★★★★★ 5.0
This case is a challenge to build with but if you're an enthusiast not afraid of a challenge you will have a lot of fun building in it. Many have built water cooling systems in this but I stayed with air cooling and if you pick your parts carefully can still end up with a very quiet computer. The instructions are not very clear. Be sure to put the mount on the motherboard plate for the right side window before attaching you mainboard. Also make sure your cable management is on point as there is no hiding in this case :)
9 months ago

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