Antec has a successor to the mid tower P190 case with their gunmetal gray P193 chassis. Will the upgrades put in place overcome some of the shortcomings of the original design? We build it out with some of the largest components available to see how it fares on a system build that mirrors what any gamer our enthusiast would build if they buy one of these cases!
Antec is well respected in the industry for their chassis (and other products), and as well they should. They are rapidly approaching their 25th anniversary so they have been around long enough to know what their customers want and how to deliver on that expectation. Case in point (no pun intended), their P193 mid tower chassis. The successor of the P190 released in 2007, Antec has made several changes with the P193 which should make this iteration a better all-around case for the enthusiast. Found online for $175 (without a PSU), it's roughly $100 cheaper than the P190 was but this isn't exactly a budget case so we'll bear that in mind during our evaluation.
Article Title: Antec P193 Mid Tower ATX Case Review
Article URL: http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1261/1/
Pricing At Time of Print: $174 shipped