Antec Veris Fusion 430
Written by David Lin in Enclosures on 4 February 2008. Page 1 of 4. 3 Comments

Home theater PCs are a growing market. More and more people are looking for a device that can drive their entire home theater. For many, the HTPC is the solution; however, most do not want a clunky computer intruding into their living room. Who wants a Cooler Master Cosmos towering over everything in their living room? Thus over the years, many companies have offered PC cases designed specifically for the task of housing a Home Theater PC. We've looked at other HTPC cases in the past, such as the SilverStone Milo series (ML01 and ML02) and the Lascala LC20M, but today we will look at the Antec Veris Fusion Black 430, which is also referred to as the Fusion Black v2.

Features:

- Aluminum plate front bezel with Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) and Volume Control
- Windows MCE & VISTA compatible IR receiver included for use with remote control
- Triple chamber structure to separate heat and noise of PSU, HDDs, and motherboard
- Quiet high-efficiency 430 Watt ATX12V v2.0 power supply with universal input and active PFC
- Removable HDD brackets with extra soft silicone grommets to reduce vibrational noise
- 2 x side-mounted 120mm TriCool 3-speed fans
- Low profile desktop height to fit in any environment
- 3 Drive Bays
- Front Accessible: 1 x 5.25"
- Internal 2 x 3.5"
- 4 Expansion Slots
- Motherboard: Micro ATX form factor (9.6" x 9.6")
- Front-mounted ports for easy multimedia connections
- 2 x USB 2.0
- 1 x IEEE 1394 Firewire
- Audio In and Out
- Durable 0.8mm cold rolled steel construction
- 13.97cm (H) x 44.5cm (W) x 41.4cm (D)

Contents:

The contents of the package are fairly normal. No odds and ends or frills. The package consisted of a manual, a driver disk, and the Antec Veris Fusion Black 430 case. The case is well protected by the packaging and it wasn't damaged during shipment.



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