With the Cooler Master HAF 700, a new high-airflow case is launched after the Evo at the beginning of the year. The eATX case wants to focus completely on performance and comes along much more discreet and minimalistic.
Cooler Master HAF 700 in detail
The new Cooler Master HAF 700 retains many of the EVO’s features, but combines them with a more discreet appearance. In doing so, the case primarily excels in airflow performance, while the case easily accommodates even the most power-hungry components.
From SSI-EEB EATX mainboards to multiple radiators with a length of up to 480 mm, as well as any current and future high-end graphics cards, all components can be installed without any problems, promises the manufacturer.
Even after installation, it should be possible to find plenty of free space in the case, with enough room for DIY water cooling, cable management, a variety of SSD and HDD drives, and other accessories. The amount of space is said to be “virtually unmatched.”
Mesh front and built-in fans
The mesh front of the Cooler Master HAF 700 is said to further improve airflow. At the same time, it is tuned to avoid resonance and reduce noise levels. Also installed are two 200mm and three 120mm Sickleflow ARGB PWM fans.
These are said to score with top-notch cooling and performance characteristics right out of the box and make the system shine thanks to customizable RGB lighting. Thanks to the mechanical design, tool-free installation is possible.
“Multiple patent-pending tool-less features such as multi-functional latches, removable drive cages and GPU installation designs streamline the build process and provide a revolutionary and unique installation experience,” according to Cooler Master.
All internal components can be removed and swapped out, allowing you to create your own custom setup.
The HAF 700 features a front panel with a much more unobtrusive design and is equipped with ARGB Gen2 Sickleflow fans from top to bottom. ARGB Gen2 is backwards compatible with traditional ARGB Gen1 units, and when combined with MasterPlus+ software, offers even more freedom. Every single LED in the build is said to be customizable.
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