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Seasonic is traditionally known for its excellent power supplies, but that’s about to change with the launch of SYNCRO: the company’s first lineup of PC cases.

The SYNCRO Q700 and Q704 are aluminum mid-tower ATX chassis that leverage Seasonic’s CONNECT module for clean and clutter-free cable management. Their designs also allow for various fan configurations (up to 8 fans) for optimal airflow, which you can check out in the video below.

According to an MSRP sheet, the SYNCRO bundles (which include the case, CONNECT module, and power supply) should be available to purchase by December 20. Release dates for the cases alone are TBA.

PSU, Module and Case Bundle Variants

  • SYNCRO Q704 + SYNCRO DPC-850 (SSR-850FB): $379.98
  • SYNCRO Q704 + SYNCRO DGC-750 (SSR-750FA2): $329.98
  • SYNCRO Q704 + SYNCRO DGC-650 (SSR-650FA2): $309.98

PSU and Module Bundle Variants

  • SYNCRO DPC-850 (SSR-850FB): $189.99
  • SYNCRO DGC-750 (SSR-750FA2): $139.99
  • SYNCRO DGC-650 (SSR-650FA2): $119.99

Case Variants

  • SYNCRO Q700: $149.99
  • SYNCRO Q704: $189.99

Original Press Release

Sea Sonic, the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of power supplies, is proud to announce the debut of the Seasonic SYNCRO PC chassis. This brand-new product seamlessly integrates the Seasonic CONNECT module, power supply and computer case to offer function and aesthetics in one design.

Over the course of Sea Sonic’s history, the company has never stopped searching for technological improvements and one of the long-term goals for Sea Sonic has been to minimize cable clutter inside the system. When Sea Sonic first introduced semi-modular cables, a trend to optimize DC cabling was set in motion. Nowadays, fully modular power supplies have won the favor of enthusiasts and gamers alike.

Taking a step beyond making power supplies excellent, the emergence of the Seasonic CONNECT module marked an important milestone in the company’s 45-year history. While staying true to Sea Sonic’s philosophy to deliver top-quality products with high efficiency, the Seasonic CONNECT became the first step in the evolution that lead to the re-thinking of component connections and design.

The state-of-the-art Seasonic SYNCRO Q7 Series is a mid-tower ATX chassis that features an aluminum body and a tempered glass panel on one side, and the Seasonic CONNECT on the other. This setup can accommodate powerful hardware and provides versatile cooling and ventilation options. The CONNECT module functions as a cable management hub, to which the components are directly connected with generally shorter cables. This setup simplifies cable routing and allows for a clean look on both sides of the case.

The Seasonic SYNCRO Q704 model ships with premium components, four Nidec fans are pre-installed in the front and back of the case, providing optimal airflow. These enterprise-grade cooling fans are well-known for their silent yet powerful performance. For extended options, the case can be outfitted with eight 120 mm cooling fans in total, as well as various liquid cooling solutions. The removable top-, front-, and bottom dust filters ensure fast access for easy maintenance and the modern look of this new case makes it suitable for any home or office environment.

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15 Comments

  1. I’ve seen the videos on ltt. I kinda want this setup. 379 for a solid case with good airflow and very good cable management sounds like a win win to me. Maybe I’m a little over excited by this so tell me your impressions.

  2. Hopefully SS will venture in to SFF as well.

    Are people still looking for cleaner Cable Management than what is available now?

    Most modern cases handle it really well imo. With everything being either shrouded or behind the back panel…

  3. I like the idea, hopefully other case manufacturers will also use this but I would do with this case too.

  4. Seen a review a couple of days ago. The reviewer had mixed feelings on this. Mainly due to the proprietary power supply.

    If purchased with the power supply, there is no difference than buying the case and power supply separate.

    Kind of a pricy case but it is a great innovation. Other manufactures might pick up on this idea.

  5. Looks good in the promo videos attached to this article. I always liked Seasonic’s PSUs, but in general I don’t like having to deal with any proprietary tech, no matter how good it may seem.

    However, a case is something I update the least often… I’m probably looking at another 10 years with my O11D-XL before I decide to switch to something else.

  6. If the PSU has the 10 yr warranty I feel less worried about it being proprietary. Seasonic is my go to anyway

  7. Seasonic doing CASES?!?!?!?!! Which is what I said when Corsair started branching out from RAM. I don’t mind companies doing other stuff, but I hope Seasonic doesn’t go overboard with too many products. They should continue to primarily focus on what they already do very well.

  8. Here is what I hate. It’s coming up on Christmas and I have my entire family asking what I want. So I think… Hey this new case and PSU would be a nice gift that isn’t crazy expensive. Oh but no it’s not out… sorry. Well then EFF you Seasonic. It’s Christmas time it’s time to have units to sell not just a freaking announcement. You clearly have demo units out to youtubers.

  9. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 23582, member: 215″]
    Here is what I hate. It’s coming up on Christmas and I have my entire family asking what I want. So I think… Hey this new case and PSU would be a nice gift that isn’t crazy expensive. Oh but no it’s not out… sorry. Well then EFF you Seasonic. It’s Christmas time it’s time to have units to sell not just a freaking announcement. You clearly have demo units out to youtubers.
    [/QUOTE]
    It’s the new fad: announce at least 6 months before release. Maybe delay once or twice just because. Release next to no product. Claim it’s selling out like hotcakes. Profit.

  10. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 23583, member: 96″]
    It’s the new fad: announce at least 6 months before release. Maybe delay once or twice just because. Release next to no product. Claim it’s selling out like hotcakes. Profit.
    [/QUOTE]

    To be fair I think the home trapped consumers around the world thanks to covid are hungry for IT stuff so they are buying. I don’t suspect comparatively expensive tower cases for build it yourself cases will have the same flow through as a video card… but who knows CPU’s are selling out in minutes so maybee?

  11. I had to pick up my Lian Li O11 XL at a Microcenter; Amazon was all dodgy sellers and month-long shipping times. That’s not a super-premium case, but it is pretty unique.

  12. [QUOTE=”LazyGamer, post: 23645, member: 1367″]
    I had to pick up my Lian Li O11 XL at a Microcenter; Amazon was all dodgy sellers and month-long shipping times. That’s not a super-premium case, but it is pretty unique.
    [/QUOTE]

    Same thing happened with my 011 XL when I looked for one. Ended up getting one at B&H Photo.

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