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antec has been failing hard
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It's arguable that the HAF912 is better for the same price point.

First off, it's a budget case, so people need to quit crying about the quality. It does have it's advantages, like one of the very few cases from Antec that are Sub $100 that offer cable management, even if it's not very deep.

The removable front panel with fan mounts I think is a good idea, requires less fiddling around on the inside to install fans.

Personally I like the holder at the top as with I did my Antec 900 when I had one, it fit my WD Passport easily.

I also enjoy that it's not a huge gargantuan of a mid-tower case. It will fit just perfectly on my desk without modifying the feet like I had to with the HAF912.

The lack of fans doesn't bother me as well as it shouldn't with most of us, considering we buy new fans as it is.
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[Samsung F4 320gb] [Lite-On 24x Combo] [Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit] [Samsung SyncMaster 941bw] 
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[Microsft ANB-00001] [SeaSonic 520w M12II] [ASRock Z77 Extreme4-M Box] [Logitech G700] 
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