Antec Skeleton Case Review

Let’s Light it Up!
As I said earlier in the review the fan is the main centerpiece of the case and when you turn the case on you can see why. The fan lights up with many bright colors, but also can be turned off for people who do not want the lights.

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You can switch the color of the fan from blue, to red, to green and to many mixed colors. You can also have it switch between all the colors automatically. Here is a video showing off what the fan can do!

Final Thoughts
Antec has really changed the game with this case! When you think you have seen almost everything that can be done with a PC case, Antec comes out and comes up with something that no one has seen! The Skeleton is really definitely revolutionary in that respect. Also Antec has done it right not only making a revolutionary case, but making it a quality product and something that is not terribly difficult to install to.

I could easily see this case being used for a LAN system because it can fit a normal ATX motherboard and can also fit 3-way SLI and Crossfire setups. Also the open-air design is great for airflow and the large 250mm fan does a great job keeping everything cool. Also since the fan does change some colors that will definitely bring you some attention at a LAN party, although the case itself should do that anyways.

I did have a few issues with the case. I was not able to completely remove the tray as the online manual said I would be able to. Also if you have a large CPU cooler you might have some clearance issues. These are small problems, but need to be noted.

If it were not for these problems I would give this case a perfect 10 out of 10 score, but because of those problems I have to give it a 9 out of 10 score and our Editor’s Choice Award!

– VERY unique design
– Open-air design
– Quality-made
– Easy installation
– Cool fan effects
– Fits normal ATX motherboards

– Unable to remove tray as stated in online manual
– Might have some clearance issues with a large CPU coolers

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