Antec Twelve Hundred V3-EU - Caja para ordenador (3x3 discos duros, 3 ventiladores de 120 mm, filtro antipolvo, USB, eSATA), color negro
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 582 mm
Altura del paquete: 650 mm
Ancho: 213 mm
Ancho del paquete: 300 mm
Bahías externas de unidad de disco: 12 x 5.25''
Bahías internas de unidad de disco: 1 x 2.5'
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Cantidad de puertos tipo A USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1): 1
Color del producto: Negro
Entrada de audio: Si
Factor de forma: Full-Tower
Formas de factor de tarjeta madre soportadas: ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
Fuente de alimentación incluida: No
Indicadores LED: Si
Máxima longitud de la tarjeta de gráficos: 44,4 cm
Número de bahías 2.5'': 1
Número de ranuras de expansión: 7
Peso: 14,2 kg
Peso del paquete: 17,5 kg
Profundidad: 513 mm
Profundidad del paquete: 600 mm
Salida de audio: Si
Tamaños de disco duro soportados: 2.5,3.5"
Ventana lateral: Si
Ventiladores frontales instalados: 3x 120 mm
Ventiladores laterales instalados: 1x 120 mm
Ventiladores superiores instalados: 1x 200 mm
Ventiladores traseros instalados: 2x 120 mm
Opiniones de clientes
Principales opiniones de clientes
Si tienes espacio, te gusta ver el interior de la caja y los leds azules, esta es tu caja.
Hace que cualquier componente esté a la menor temperatura posible. Es simplemente perfecta.
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The filters are a fantastic idea with supposed easy removing capability. However, there needs to be a latch on the OUTSIDE to remove the filters, not opening the case and removing 8 screws to push the container out to clean one filter.
Very very VERY lazy USB 3.0 connection on the front panel. It is basically a plug that connects to the back end USB 3.0 output of the motherboard, so all it does is replacing the back USB 3.0 connection on the back and putting it on the front. It should have connected directly to the motherboard. Lazy way out on this.
At this price point, there should be a digital display as well as a digital way to control the fan speeds (though the manual fan speed control is nice).
To sum up, very nice case, but you can tell where the designers got a little bit lazy and rushed to complete this case.
AMD FX 8350
CoolerMaster Hyper TX3
ASUS M5A99FX PRO R 2.0 motherboard
Kingston 120 GB SSDNOW 300V Hard Drive
4x 2GB Kingston Hyper-x Blue 1866 memory
WD 600 GB black HDD
LabelFlash DVD drive
LG Supermulti Blu-ray drive
Thermaltake 650watt 80+ Bronze PSU
7x 120mm Antec Tri-cool Blue LED case fans
Sapphire Radeon Vapor-x HD 7770 1 GB OC edition
System runs great and was a lot fun building. The blue LED's are awesome and all match eachother well. I would only recommend getting a modular power supply because this case doesn't have the most room in the back panel for cables.
The USB 3.0 implementation is a bit odd and could have been done better. There is a little sheet of paper that comes with the case that shows the USB 3.0 connection. It is funny, it shows the cables coming from inside the computer then being strung through the back to get to the USB 3.0 port on the I/O panel. Also, the instruction manual isn't the greatest (I had to find it online) but chances are you probably don't need it anyway. [...]
Honestly, it actually looks pretty cool, too. The blue case fans will light up a dark room, and you can turn off the big fan's light if it's too much. The case doesn't look like some freakish high-tech movie thing, which I actually like. It's still got more styling than 80% of the cases out there right now.
I've worked with many cases, and although this isn't the easiest case to work with, it's high up there. There's decent cable management room, and since the case is made of steel, you can jam cables into the "dark space" without the side panel bulging out. It's actually fairly roomy inside, too.
The only big problem this case has is the hard drive bay and front fan combos; in order to mount a fan in the front, you HAVE to have a hard drive bay behind it. This eats up space that could be used for a radiator, watercooling tank, or cable storage. It's a pretty obvious design flaw, but a minor one, and it didn't affect my opinion of the case overall.
Here's a comparison of my case temperatures. My old personal case was an Antec 300 with four 120mm fans and one 140mm fan. My new case is (obviously) an Antec 1200, with six 120mm fans, and the big boy 200mm fan.
Setup: ASUS P67 Sabertooth Mobo, i7 2600K @ 4.2GHz under a Corsair H60, GTX470 @ 10% OC.
My old case's temperatures usually looked like this....
Fans: All fans set to max speed.
Idle CPU ranged from 38-42C, averaged 41C.
Gaming temps: CPU averaged 55C, GPU averaged 80*C. Really loud!
Max load: CPU ranged from 67-71C, averaged 69C with, BOTH CPU and GPU at max load.
My new Antec 1200 runs a bit like this...
Fans: All fans set to LOW speed.
Idle CPU ranges from 30-33C, averages 32C.
Gaming temps: CPU averages about 45C, GPU averages 75C (nice improvement, much quieter!).
Max load: CPU ranges from 59-65C, averages 62C, again with both CPU and GPU at max load.
The Corsair H60 was set up in push/pull/exhaust in both cases, so the temperature improvement was mostly due to the case.
Final Pros and Cons:
+ Dust filters on front and side intake fans.
+ Lots of cooling power.
+ Big, roomy, with good cable storage.
+ Tons of room and circulation for large air CPU coolers.
+ Good for 2-3 video cards. Will fit very long cards (longer than GTX 580).
- Not ideal for a 120*240mm watercooler radiator; very tricky to mount
- Slightly difficult to mount regular watercooler.
- Fans tied to hard drive cages.
Okay, I've switched out my jet engine 470 for two 560 Ti's in SLI. Sending them from idle to full load for a while has almost no impact on my other components - 1 to 2 deg C impact on CPU. Very good, considering my 560's exhaust some air into the case.
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