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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 9:26 pm 
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Any update on availability?


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http://www.morecomputers.co.uk/extra.as ... er=Froogle Seems to suggest Mid Feb for a grey import to the UK.

The code More use led me to the Spanish product page on Antec's site: http://www.antec.com/ec/es/productDetai ... odID=09188


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Is there going to be a White version as well? They showed a white version at CES or whatever it is called yes?

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Looks like zipzoomfly has it in stock!
http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDe ... e=10007580


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 Post subject: So what are you guys going to put in it, mobo-wise?
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Was curious as to the choices of mobo you might consider for this case if you are getting it? I was thinking about a shuttle but this one might fit the bill -- noticing the matx only and thinking about that new asus board..

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 Post subject: Re: So what are you guys going to put in it, mobo-wise?
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Hellspawn wrote:
I was thinking about a shuttle but this one might fit the bill

Hmm I don't know if you're aware of it, but the 'Mini' P180 is easily 3 times bigger than a Shuttle.


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One nordic hardware shop has listed Mini P182 for 126€'s and delivery in 1-3 days. I was quite amazed.

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http://www.antec.com/ec/productDetails.php?ProdID=09188

Finally!


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Hi

Found a website that has some detailed pics for the mini p180

http://www.links.co.jp/html/press2/news_minip180.html[url]

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dart22 wrote:
Hi

Found a website that has some detailed pics for the mini p180

http://www.links.co.jp/html/press2/news_minip180.html[url]

Talal


You might want to fix [url] at the end. :) comes up as broken link cause of it.


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Does anyone know what this extra hole between the chambers is for?

http://www.links.co.jp/html/press2/imag ... p18016.jpg

The P182 also has this extra hole, and the only way to close it is with some ghetto duct tape solution. :( You'd think with the extra holes for routing cables under the motherboard tray that there would be be LESS holes in the chamber divider, but no, they went and added an extra one.

I wonder if it is an 'emergency' air intake for the bottom chamber in case the bottom filter gets too clogged?


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Purely for cable routing, I think. I don't think it's worth patching up with tape, though - If you have a fan in the middle of the bottom chamber, air will take the path of least resistance and head towards the PSU. And unless you had a very weak bottom chamber fan (~25 CFM) and extremely powerful top & rear exhausts (150 CFM~) I highly doubt much / any air would be diverted up through the hole.

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Newegg has the Mini P180 in stock now, but for $159.95 (plus $19.09 shipping)! What's up with that? That's more than they charge for the P182.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6811129041

Price at ZZF is $129.99.

Hopefully a review soon? And does anyone besides me wish they had modified the front panel so that the power button is exposed when the door is closed? I actually turn my computers off at night, and the (admittedly minor) hassle of opening/closing the front panel every time to do this actually was one reason I did not buy a P180.

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New "luxus" product. It has cream of the top pricing for now. It will get lower soon.

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Maybe it's more expensive because of the black interior?


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Shaman wrote:
Maybe it's more expensive because of the black interior?
Has the price of paint shot up recently? :lol:
While i think the P182's design is better, the go faster arrows and random holes are far from ugly. I guess antec had to do something other than shave a few inches off to make it look at least slightly different.


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I think the $129 price at ZZF is reasonable enough (though cheaper is always better!). What I don't understand is Newegg thinking it is $30 better to purchase from them over ZZF!

Or maybe shipping from ZZF is $50? :o

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A bit of a shame really that I sold my mATX-setup recently.. Would have been an interesting case to take a closer look at. Maybe I'll have to get a new second setup? Here we go again :roll:

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SPCR review of the Mini P180


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this thing is taller than a sonata 3? (17.1" vs 16.7"?)


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Got mine yesterday, and I really like it.

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What case fan is that on the back? The white one.

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I think it's a Noctua. It's not really white, more a kind of beige.


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