(PR) Antec Releases New FLUX Series Cases in White Version

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Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, presents a white version of the DF700 FLUX and DF800 FLUX chassis. DF700 FLUX White features a three-dimensional wave-shaped mesh, presenting a smoothly minimalist looking while DF800 FLUX White features new visual effects with a geometrical front panel design which mirrors light effects through its special surface design. The full-view tempered glass side panel lets the user show off the build, while the interior of the chassis allows for thought-out ventilation thanks to huge air intakes as well as plenty of space for watercooling and case fans. With the new version in white, Antec responds to the market’s demand of white cases. Both cases are now available at Amazon US.

Antec FLUX Series cases are compatible with ATX, micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards. In terms of fan support, the case accommodates three 120 mm / three 140 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. FLUX Series cases feature a number of pre-installed fans: three 120 mm ARGB fans in the front, one 120 mm reverse fan on the PSU shroud and one 120 mm fan in the rear of the case.


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