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Antec P120 Crystal – Antec’s showcase case under test

The company Antec, a well-known player in the case market, is also positioning itself in the showcase market with the P120 Crystal. In contrast to some clones of the Lian Li O11 Dynamic, Antec, however, brings along some ideas of its own and thus shows that it is still possible to bring in a breath of fresh air. How the case performs, you can find out here in the test.


Case type ATX
Dimensions (LxHxW) 234 x 485 x 476 mm
PCI-Slots 7/3 (horizontal/vertical)
Available colors black
Front connectors 2x USB 3.0, HD-Audio
Drive bays 3x 2.5″, 2x 3.5″ (1x replaceable by 2.5″)
Form factors E-ATX, ATX, M-ATX, ITX
Fan 3x 120/140mm (bottom), 3x 120mm (HDD cage must be removed) / 2x140mm (side), 1x 120/140mm (rear)
Radiators 2x 360mm (bottom and side, HDD cage must be removed for side mounting), 1x 120/140 mm (rear)
Max. CPU cooler height 185 mm
Max. graphic card length 450 mm
Price € 161.00*

Scope of delivery

The case comes, as usual, in a brown cardboard box. This is printed with a picture of the case and the specifications.

In general, one is not surprised here. Besides the necessary screws, there are velcro fasteners for cable management and a manual in the box. Unfortunately, there are no pre-installed fans – Features of this kind of cases are usually individually equipped with RGB fans. But as a little goodie you get a metal bracket to support the GPU – this bracket is already pre-installed in the case and makes sure that heavy graphics cards don’t bend unnecessarily and thus stress the PCIe slot of the mainboard.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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