Antec: Budget GX505 Mid Tower Case Launched in India

Published On: May 21st, 2015

Sometimes, gamers on a low budget face difficulties buying a quality cabinet to house all thir powerful components starting from GPU to SSD’s. As a result they end up in buying cases, having poor build quality with inadequate amount of space as well as poor cooling facilities. Definitely that is not safe for all the components inside. Bad cabinets can lead to bad maintenance of components, directly or indirectly affecting their efficiency. Don’t worry, as Antec just recently announced the launch of GX505 Mid Tower Window Case, to suit the demanding needs of gamers in a low budget.


The GX505, has been beautifully engineered to provide adequate space for efficient cable management advanced cooling and assembling all sorts of components. It comes with three pre-installed fans having a radius of 120mm each, a 15” slot to house any monstrous GPU out there, native USB 3.0 and SSD supports as well. To keep your components free from dust, it also has washable air filters in store. In addition to that you get the privilege to peek into your components, all thanks to a side-panel window located on the left hand side.

Let’s have a look at its specs:

  • Dimensions: 200 x 485 x 465 mm (W x H x D)
  • Material: Steel (Body), plastic (front cover)
  • Weight: 4.8 kg
  • Color: Black
  • Form Factor: ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
  • Total fan possible:
    2x 120 mm (front)
    1x 120mm (rear)
    1x 120 mm (right side part)
    2x 120 mm (cover)
  • Of these preinstalled:
    1x 120 mm (front)
    1x 120 mm (rear)
    1x 120 mm (side panel)
  • Filters: front, back, power supply (removable)
  • Drive Bays:
    2x 5.25 inches (external, tools)
    1x 3.5 inch (external)
    4x 3.5 inch (internal)
    1x 2.5 inch (internal)
  • Power supply: 1x Standard ATX (optional)
  • Expansion Slots: 7
  • I / O Panel:
    2x USB 3.0 (internal connection)
    1x per Audio In / Out
  • Maximum video card length: 380 mm (without any waiver)
  • Maximum CPU cooler height: 158 mm

Though the company has not yet confirmed the Indian price yet, we do have a price tag of the cabinet in British pounds, i.e £44.00. Hence, we can estimate a price tag around INR 4,300 for this beautiful chassis. Stay tuned for more updates.

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Amlan is a hardcore gaming freak, who is the COO and Editor-in-Chief at Tech Legends. Presently, he is pursuing his B.Tech in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He is an avid fan of gadgets and always keeps in touch with what's happening around in the tech world. Apart from gaming and technology, he loves to research a lot regarding the culture and geography of various countries, cities, etc. He is also a writer and his first book titled,"A Brief Study of Japan", was published when he was in 9th grade. His motto is, "Keep moving forward and never ever give up".