ANTEC TORQUE - High Octane Gaming PC Cases

Staff Writer By Staff Writer - November 17th, 2020
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Stocks for some exciting PC chassis options have just landed in New Zealand, and one of the most eye-catching designs comes in form of the Antec Torque.

The Torque sports a unique mid-tower sized, open-air design, with a forward-tilted motherboard position, aggressive speedy lines, and plenty of features designed for modern high-performance PC builds.

Precision cut aluminium panels look like armour plating, and the white colour gives a striking contrast to the black internal structure of the chassis. Tempered glass panels frame the left and right sides of the build, providing an unobstructed view of the components housed within, and speaking of, this Antec Torque mid-tower supports large eATX motherboards with 360mm water cooling radiator mounts on the front and top. If you're using air cooling the max supported height is a massive 215mm, though you could forgo the side glass panel and go larger. Supported graphics card maximum is a massive 450mm too, so even the largest RX 6900 XT or RTX 3090 should be an easy fit.

Picture of Antec Torque PC Case as individual parts
The Torque features high quality anodised aluminium panels
Picture of Antec Torque PC as a complete case
Assembled, the Antec Torque has a high-octane appearance
Picture of Antec Torque PC Case build
There is space for 2x 360mm water cooling radiator setups
Picture of Antec Torque PC Case
The power supply placement is at the bottom of the chassis

The power supply position is less forgiving, placed at the very bottom of the case within the base there is a long distance for the power cable to travel... this is nothing that can't be easily be sorted by added some GGPC PSU extension cables, but it's something to consider.

The front IO includes 2x USB 3.0 Type-A ports, with a new USB Type-C port too, so be sure to check your motherboard for the needed Gen2 internal header if you want to make use of this.

Looking for a high-octane option to build your next PC in, be sure to keep a look out for the Antec Torque when shopping for your new PC case - it's certainly hard to miss!

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