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Antec Nine Hundred ATX Mid Tower Case

( 3.9 Average / 22 Ratings )




Part #

Nine Hundred


ATX Mid Tower



Includes Power Supply


External 5.25" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX, Thin Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length



467mm x 205mm x 492mm

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Newegg Canada $124.99 $124.99+
Amazon Canada $140.26 In stock $140.26+
( 24 new from $140.26. Last updated 3 days ago. )
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PC Canada $147.99 $147.99+
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NCIX $167.17 $167.17+
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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


robibey 8 points 9 months ago
from completed build My First Gaming PC

Case is awesome, room for cable management is not so.

Mnemonic 2 points 8 months ago
from completed build Burning Chrome

I've had this case for over 6 years and it still fits the bill. It is not tooless. There is not really a place to fit 2.5" drives. Hidden cable routing opportunities are next to non-existent, but with a modular power supply and some inginuity, IT CAN BE DONE! I also give this high rating because it has a decent style without being too absurd.

AmbularD 7 points 6 months ago
from completed build Blue

Older case, famous for its poor cable management and not toolless. Swapping the front cages around can be a pain. SSD mounting point seems weirdly positioned. Lacks an included filter. But it's solidly built, includes four fans, has spectacular airflow and easily-removable side panels, holds all my components, and looks good doing it.

Scadoosh118 13 points 4 months ago

This case is old, and I have a lot of complaints about it. The top of the case has light shining through in some spots, but I'm working on patching them up with electrical tape. The inside of the case is not painted, I had to custom paint mine. The top has an un-removable 240mm fan in the top, which complicated spray painting. The cable management is ****, as you can see in my build. I can't find a way to screw the front panels on securely in the absence of the hard drive trays, which I've removed. With a Hyper 212 EVO, the inside-of-window fan holder is rendered useless, and has since been removed. The stock fans that come with the case are extremely loud with the switch turned to high.