Review Antec Torque Case Review: Pretty Vacant

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The Antec Torque joins a new class of open-air chassis of similar appearance. Does it have the features or performance to to earn our recommendation? Read more here.

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Steven Lynch is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He covers case news and reviews.
 

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About the "cons": Only the very limited storage drive support is a con by me. The rest?
  • No fans: No money spent on fans you don't want. (Plenty of room for the user's desired cooling solution.)
  • No fan hub: If you really need a hub you can get one separately.
  • No RGB lighting: So no need to turn it off...
  • Poor acoustic performance... if you use inherently noisy parts. The great cooling allows you to run fans at a very slow speed, making virtually no noise!
  • High price: A matter of definition. Not many of these would be sold even at half the price, and development cost must be covered by fewer specimen compared to more regular cases.
 

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