The P193 Mid-Tower Case from Antec brings space and versatility to mid tower enclosures. Designed to house even large computer components, the P193 is large and versatile. The P193 is also built to maximize air circulation and component cooling. The cooler the components are, the less need there is for the fan to run on high. Antec includes a rear-mounted 120mm TriCool fan, 2 top-mounted 140mm TriCool fans and 1 side-mounted 200mm Big Boy 200 fan for graphics cards.
It's not enough to rely on fans to cool the internal components of your build. Vents and air filters are required to increase air intake as well as dissipate heat. Filters and filter doors on the P193 are integrated as one unit and the doors themselves have been modified to provide greater airflow, resulting in cooler system temperatures. Drive bay covers are also vented and contain air filters for the same purpose.
The power supply unit (sold separately) is one of the biggest culprits of heat inside PC towers. In order to isolate the heat and noise, there is a separate chamber for the power supply inside the P193. The P193 also comes with innovative two-layer, sound-deadening side panels and a three-layer front door to dampen noise.
The P193 is compatible with Mini-ITX, microATX, Standard ATX and Extended ATX motherboards
Maximum Cooling System
Air circulation is the key to long life for desktop computers. The P193 takes this into account by coming standard with 1 rear-mounted 120mm TriCool fan, 2 top-mounted 140mm TriCool fans and a 1 side-mounted 200mm Big Boy 200 fan. There's also mounts for 3 additional fans (optional)
The P193 has a separate chamber for the power supply unit to dissipate heat as well as innovative two-layer, sound-deadening side panels (steel, polycarbonate) and a three-layer door (aluminum, plastic, aluminum) to reduce noise