Cooler Master Launches New Flagship HAF 700 EVO Case for $499

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Cooler Master has launched its latest flagship case, the HAF 700 EVO.

A massive PC case with a body that measures in at 556 x 279 x 540 mm, providing plenty of room for EATX motherboards and even the biggest graphics cards, it also carries a premium, $499 price tag to match.

Key features of Cooler Master’s HAF 700 EVO include support for up to 480 mm radiators via its side panel, two rotatable radiator brackets, an almost entirely tool-less design, support for up to eighteen 120 mm fans, and a built-in LCD monitor in the front called Iris that can be configured to display either system statistics or photos and videos.

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Cooler Master Launches New HAF Flagship Case: HAF 700 EVO (Cooler Master PR)

Cooler Master today launches its newest flagship chassis HAF 700 EVO, introducing ground breaking levels of tool-less design within futuristic visual presentation. Fans of the renowned HAF series will rejoice in the revamped visual design and next gen hardware compatibility of the series’ newest flagship.

High Air Flow, New Age Build

Created in 2008, Cooler Master’s HAF (High Air Flow) series has made its mark in the history of PC DIY as one of the most beloved cases on the market to this day. Known for its generous intake, high compatibility and performance oriented design, the HAF series is making a comeback after a long hiatus, with a heart in its origins and an eye on the future.

Staying true to its roots, HAF 700 EVO has been carefully engineered for optimal airflow at stock configuration, allowing systems to run swift and smoothly without requiring additional cooling components. The renowned cooling design of first generation HAF models have been preserved and expanded upon to house up to eighteen 120mm fans or up to 480mm radiators, with multiple areas of installation. Its large interior allows for the installation of up to SSI-EEB size motherboards and the largest graphics cards available on the market, with ample clearance remaining for hard drives in an assortment of configurations.

In comparison to first generation HAF cases, HAF 700 EVO places greater focus on improving overall user experience so users can truly appreciate and fully immerse themselves in the joy of PC DIY. Intake Blades crafted from tempered glass offers next gen aesthetics while ensuring efficient cooling. Each HAF 700 EVO comes with a built in LCD assistant called Iris, which offers real-time system monitoring as well as a futuristic profile, so users can tailor and tweak their build to match their systems’ needs.

Breaking Limits: Evolving Case Standards

Birthed in the age of PC DIY where varying levels of tool-less design have become commonplace, HAF 700 EVO rises above the rest by redefining what it means to be a truly tool-less chassis. Upgraded with several patent pending designs, HAF 700 EVO allows multi-function brackets, PSU and even the GPU to be installed completely with one’s bare hands alone, empowering effortless installation and an upgraded user experience. Externally, tempered glass Intake Blades and the Iris LCD centerpiece offer visual stimulation, and an opportunity for enthusiasts to explore self-expression. With the Gen2 ARGB technology utilized, each individual LED can be independently controlled, and Iris can be set to display system statistics or completely customized with personal photos or videos.

Tsing Mui
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