One of the biggest advantages of building a PC is that one gets a large variety of parts to choose from. Cabinets is one of the fundamental parts of the CPU, housing all of the main components inside it. A good cabinet is necessary to ensure good air flow, so that the main components don’t heat up too easily, beside allowing connection through multiple ports on it (and also an RGB panel which allows you to show off in front of your friends). There are a large number of cabinets in the market to choose from, with market leaders like Antec and Cooler Master producing some of the best designs. One of Antec’s latest innovations is the DF500 RGB cabinet, designed for excellence.
The DF500 is a versatile and spacious mid-tower cabinet with an in-built RGB controller.
For an RGB cabinet, it’s all about the RGB! The RGB controller has many built-in lighting modes, and motherboard synchronization helps take color customization to a different level. Now make your own colors, as complicated as they can be.
If the cabinet itself doesn’t give you the extra wows, showing off the rest of the build will certainly make a few jaws drop. With the dark tinted front panel, and the tempered glass side panel, ensure that everyone gets to see the rest of your setup inside the cabinet.
The connectors for your headset, a spare mic (or the one which comes with the headset), as well as the USB ports on the front of the cabinet, which means that one always has easy access to ports for connections. The RGB button is also on the front, which is used to toggle the RGB lighting.
The 4mm darkened tempered glass window and dark tinted transparent front panel let you show off your build in a bold,striking style.
With the three pre-installed RGB fans, never worry about components heating up, while enjoying the vibrant colors which light them up.
The DF500 is an extremely flexible cabinet, being compatible with ATX, micro-ATX as well as mini-ATX motherboards. It also supports CPU coolers upto a size of 165 mm, besides being able to boast of having enough space to house a graphics card that is upto 380 mm long. It also supports HDDs upto a size of 3.5 inches, and SSDs upto a size of 2.5 inches.
The front of the case can support two additional 120 mm as well as 140 mm fans. Now you can decide how the right cooling to maximize the airflow potential while maintaining a silent PC.
That’s one hell of a market changer, and is a pretty good response from Antec to the newest cabinets being released on the market (with some of them being RGB cabinets themselves).