In February, Cooler Master launched their HAF 700 EVO case. The case was huge, had room for a bunch of fans and even had some pretty cool unique features like the round LCD screen on the front of the case. While this case was pretty amazing, the $649 price tag definitely made it out of reach for many people. Well, Cooler Master is back with the HAF 700 (non-EVO), which comes at a lower price and lacks some of the high-end features, yet keeps the same overall design, comes with five ARGB fans, supports up to 15 hard drives, offering a fairly tool-free experience. Will this be the case for high-end system builders? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to Cooler Master for providing the HAF 700 Case to review.
The Cooler Master HAF 700 comes in a very large box. The box is a full color box, which we don’t see much anymore these days. On the front is a photo of the case itself and it says “The Berserker” on it.
When we turn the box over to the other side, we see an exploded view of the case and some information in a handful of different languages.
Unlike most cases that simply open from the top, this one looks a lot like a box you get with a flat screen TV. You unlock four pieces to the bottom of the case and pull off the top part of the box. Now that the case has been unveiled, we can see that it is nicely protected with Styrofoam and a large plastic bag.
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