GIGABYTE has announced a new full-tower gaming case dubbed the AORUS C700 GLASS.
The AORUS C700 GLASS offers room for a maximum E-ATX motherboard, 198mm-height CPU cooler, 490mm-length graphics card and 200mm-length PSU. The top and front panels can have three 120mm or 140mm fans, while the back can have one 140mm fan or two 120mm fans. Three 120mm PWM fans and two 120mm ARGB fans are pre-installed at the front and rear respectively. For liquid cooling, an up to 420mm radiator can be fit at the top, while the front and back can manage up to a 360mm radiator and 140mm radiator respectively.
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The case’s module design drive bays can fit six sets of 2.5” SSDs and 4 sets of 2.5” HDDs storage-wise, with the HDDs being replaceable by SSDs. It has vertical and horizontal installation support for GPUs, and has a built-in ARGB and PWM hub controller that offers three 5v 3pin ARGB connectors and five PWM connectors.
For the PSU, the AORUS C700 GLASS allows users to assemble it alongside its mounting plate before pushing it into the case via the rear. The case has a shroud to hide the PSU and its power cables from sight and separate its heat, as well as a window left of the shroud to display it.
The case’s I/O interface has four USB3.0 and one 20GB/s USB3.1 Gen2 Type-C port, along with a HDMI and audio port. It also has RGB and fan speed buttons, and there are left and right cabins offering cable management space and ties.
You can check out the AORUS C700 GLASS’ product page here.