When it comes to noise and vibrations this case is fairly quiet. The fans are low noise but the 120mm I would change to something else or lower it to a lower rpm. There are no vibrations in this case as long as you mount everything correct.
We tested the temperatures with our test rig installed consisting of a Core i7 2500K and a quite hot Asus 9800GT videocard with the fans running in the case.
We had idle temperatures within the case of 33-35 celsius and load temperatures around 37-39 celsius so temperatures were really good comparing to other cases we have tested.
The Antec Eleven hundred is an excellent case when it comes to noise, temperatures and quality. We had no issues with mounting parts in the case due to the tool free enviroment.
This case is big so if you need space for watercooling or bigger videocards and I don’t see that you should have any problems in the near future.
If you want a sleek clean look this case might be something for you since the only “bling” the case has is a plexi window on the side. It is loaded with features though which really makes this a case that we can recommend for normal users and also overclockers.
+ Easy to use
+ Nice looking
+ USB 3
+ Huge top fan
+ Backplate fan slot
- None this far