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One Clean Solution now with case? The Seasonic Q704 case in test

Remember the Seasonic Connect? Seasonic has attempted to reinvent the universal power supply concept. Instead of putting the electronics in a box, they split them up and thus put them closer to where the cables should go as well. The only problem was that this solution didn’t fit in every case. There had to be at least 28mm of space behind the motherboard tray to the side panel, otherwise the PSU wouldn’t fit. Of course, Seasonic wasn’t satisfied with that and designed a second variant and integrated it directly into a case. Below you can find out what the Seasonic Q704 case including Connect has to offer.

Packaging and scope of delivery

Especially with cases, one is used to a large packaging, however, the packaging is always unbelievably huge. With a weight of 22 kg, the package is also not exactly light, so you can only feel sorry for the letter carriers during delivery. However, once the package is opened, it becomes immediately clear why it is so big. The case and the Seasonic Syncro are packed separately and are delivered together in one big package. The packaging itself has been designed to ensure that nothing can break. Everything is well enclosed and separated from each other.

But now we want to know what is inside! Of course, the aforementioned Syncro power supply is on board as well as the Q704. In addition, the case package also contains the box that can be seen in the picture. This is more or less on top and for a good reason, because in this box are all the utensils that you might need for the assembly, except for the tools. From gloves and a cleaning cloth to not dirty the glass fronts during assembly to Velcro cable ties to additional screws and spacers, everything is included. And if you happen to love order, it will be very happy like me that the screws are delivered directly in a matching box, in which you can even sort them, so that everything really has its place. Super, great! It makes you want to build it up when you see all the extras and what Seasonic has thought of. Hopefully this will continue.

Technical Details

Before we take a closer look at the case, let’s first take a look at the technical specifications of the case:

Build Midi Tower
Dimensions 537mm (D) x 234mm (W) x 493mm (H)
Material Case Aluminum, steel, plastic
Material window Toughened glass
Colors Black
I/O Panel 1x USB Type C, 2x USB 3.0, 1x each audio in and out, power and reset button
Drive bays 2x HDD 3.5″ (also for 2.5″ SSDs)

3x SSD 2.5″

Expansion slots 7x horizontal
Mainboard form factor Extended ATX, ATX, Micro ATX, ITX, max. 305mm x 277mm
Ventilation Front: 3x 120mm / 3x 140mm
Lid: 3x 120mm / 3x 140mm
Rear: 1x 120mm / 1x 140mm
About power supply: 1x 120mm
Radiators Front: 240mm / 280mm, 360mm
Lid: 240mm / 280mm, 360mm
Rear: 120mm
Max. CPU cooler height 185mm
Max graphics card length 345mm
Max. PSU length 280mm
Extras 3 dust filters, cable management cover, 4 pre-installed fans
Price € 334.31*

Besides the case data, also briefly the technical data on the Syncro:

Model Seasonic Syncro Connect DGC
80Plus certification Gold
Power Supply Dimensions 140mm (L) x 150 mm (W) x 86 mm (H)
Connect dimensions 3000mm (L) x 105 mm (W) x 33 mm (H)
Fan 135mm
Modularity Fully modular
Connectors 6x 8pin (GPU), 2x 8pin (CPU), 6x Sata/Molex, 1x PWM Sync, 7x Fans (aRGB, PWM)
Output powers 750 W (also available with 850 W and 650 W)
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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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