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Cooler Master's HAF 700 Evo chassis looks like something straight out of the future

By Hoots the Owl - on 27 Apr 2022, 2:09am

Cooler Master's HAF 700 Evo chassis looks like something straight out of the future

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Cooler Master has announced the HAF 700 Evo, its all-new flagship chassis. Featuring a unique toolless design and an aggressive visual language that looks plucked straight from the future, the HAF 700 Evo was built to hold every configuration of next-generation hardware you can think of.

The company also went to lengths to simplify the entire installation process, and you can install the graphics card and power supply without ever needing a screwdriver.

Staying true to its roots, the new chassis has been engineered for optimal airflow. There is room for up to 18 120mm fans or a 480mm radiator, with multiple possible areas of installation. For instance, the 480mm radiator can be mounted at either the front or the side.

The top panel can be removed without tools, so you can easily access and maintain cooling components like fans and radiators.

Front, top, bottom, and side dust filters come pre-installed, which should hopefully help keep the innards of your case clean.

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Its capacious interior will take an E-ATX motherboard and even the largest graphics cards on the market, with up to 490mm of clearance. There is plenty of room for your storage drives as well, and the case has a whopping 12 2.5-inch SSD drive bays and 12 more combo bays that take both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives.

The body of the HAF 700 Evo is also organised into multiple sections, including a cooling chamber, cable management gutter, dedicated swivelling hard drive cage, and a power supply slot for improved heat dissipation.

The front of the case is lined with edge-lit intake blades, crafted from tempered glass. This makes for a one-of-a-kind look, while also helping channel air into the case.

On top of that, each HAF 700 Evo comes with a built-in LCD assistant called Iris on the front panel, further adding to the futuristic look. Iris offers real-time system monitoring, so you can view information on your system's performance at a glance, such as the CPU and GPU frequency and temperatures. It can also display any video or image of your choosing via the MasterPlus+ software, allowing for a truly customisable experience.

The case is now available for S$699 at Cooler Master's official online store.

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