Quick Look

A-Top AT900
Mid Tower ATX

The Good


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+ Thumb screw side panel access
+ Efficient cooling

+ Removable motherboard tray
+ Drive rails

The Bad

- Poor construction quality
-
Noisy
- Non-removable drive bays

A little while back, AnandTech took a look at the Atop Translucent X2, the first translucent case to make its way into our labs. Unfortunately, we found that case a poor choice for anyone interested in anything beyond the looks of their case.

But Atop has been in the business for quite a while, with OEM wins such as DTK. That doesn't just happen as a result of pure luck, so they must be doing something right.

Today we take a look at the second Atop case to run through our gauntlet of tests. That case is the AT900, which is a far more traditional model than the Translucent X2.

 

 

Specifications

Form Factor ATX Mid Tower
Drive Bays

4 external 5.25"
2 external 3.5"

2 internal 3.5"

Cooling

Power supply exhaust fan
80mm intake fan in front (included)
40mm exhaust fan in rear (optional)

Other Features Thumb screw side panel access
Slide out motherboard tray
Dimensions
(HWD)

21" x 7.5" x 17"

Power Supply Tough Power ATP250-ATX
250W
Design & Expansion

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