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With diagonal mesh front panel design, cool ARGB effects and a lot of internal space, Antec Inc. presents the DP503. The case is now commercially available from 110€ (suggested retail price including VAT). Despite the ARGB effects, the front panel offers an elegant gaming exterior.The diagonal mesh panel design ensures huge air intake for the best cooling performance. Ventilation grids on the top, at bottom and at the PSU chamber of the case accelerate the airflow. Magnetic and pull-out dust filters at the top and the bottom allow for easy cleaning and maintenance. The 4 mm non-drilled tempered glass side panel lets the user show off the build, while the interior of the chassis allows plenty of space for watercooling and case fans.
This new Antec tower measures 483 x 220 x 490 mm (DxWxH) and is compatible with E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX and ITX motherboards. In terms of fan support, the case accommodates three 120 mm / three 140 mm or two 185 mm in the front, three 120 mm fans / two 140 mm fans on top as well as one 120 mm fan in the rear and two fans on the PSU shroud. Three 120 mm ARGB fans in the front are already included in this neat gaming case.
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