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Computex 2023: Endorfy Arx 700 Air Featured Build

It's time again for another one of our sponsored build videos. This time around we are working in partnership with Endorfy for this featured build. Endorfy is about to launch its first PC case developed and designed entirely in-house from the ground up so we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to take a look at the new Arx 700 Air chassis, build an Endory-themed system and see just what this new chassis is capable of.

Timestamps:

00:00 Start
00:28 Details on the case
03:27 A look around and inside it
06:26 Space inside
08:38 Back and side panel
11:15 Fan controller and PSU space
12:05 Underside / James' thoughts
13:00 Build Components
15:17 Timelapse build
22:14 The system is built
25:40 A few test results
27:08 Closing Thoughts

While still relatively new to the PC hardware scene, Endorfy already has a stack of products for PC enthusiasts and now the company has added to its arsenal with a brand-new mid-tower chassis. The Arx 700 Air is Endorfy's first PC case designed entirely in house, and it looks like they might have made a decent effort with this high airflow case equipped with five 140mm fans from the factory and enough hardware support to build the most high-end system inside.

The Arx 700 Air is set to launch this month priced at 109 Euros which sounds like pretty good value to me. It supports motherboards up to ATX form factor, dual 360mm radiator installation, and up to eight 120mm or 140mm fans. Endorfy has built this case with thermals in mind, using an open high airflow design featuring multiple vented mesh panels and including five 140mm as standard. An ARGB version of the case is also set to launch soon to please the RGB enthusiasts out there.

Endorfy Arx 700 Air Features

  • High airflow mid-tower ATX chassis with vented mesh panels at the front top and bottom for optimal system cooling. Front and top mesh panels also act as dust filters.
  • Support for high-end hardware including motherboards up to ATX form factor, graphics cards up to 410mm long, and air coolers up to 179mm tall.
  • Dual 360mm radiators can be installed in the Endorfy Arx 700 Air simultaneously which makes this case an ideal choice for custom loop water cooling.
  • There is space inside the chassis for a total of eight fans, a removable radiator bracket is placed at the front of the chassis for easy access and installation of front fans/radiators.
  • Five 140mm Endorfy Stratus 140 fans are included out of the box – 140mm fans offer similar airflow levels to 120mm fans but at lower RPM and therefore lower noise output.

Specifications:

  • Dimensions – 472 x 486 x 228 mm
  • Expansion slots – 7
  • Motherboard form factor – ATX, Micro ATX, ITX
  • Power supply form factor – ATX up to 340 mm
  • Video card clearance – 410mm
  • CPU cooler clearance – 179mm
  • Storage drive capacity – 1 x 2.5”/3.5”, 6 x 2.5”
  • Fan capacity – 8 (5 pre-installed)
  • Radiator capacity – Front: 120, 240, 280, 360 / Top: 120, 240, 280, 360 / Rear: 120, 140
  • Front IO – 1 x USB Type-C, 2 x USB Type-A, 2 x 3.5mm audio jacks

Build Specification:

As you can see in the video the Endorfy Arx 700 Air is a solid attempt from the company. The case is easy to build a system with, everything fits as it should, the alignment of hardware is as good as it gets, build quality is fine for this price point and the looks, albeit a little conservative are fine. The case will work for high-end gaming builds, office-style systems or anything you choose.

So overall it’s a good quality chassis that supports a wide range of hardware and comes in at a relatively budget price of 109 Euros. It’s one that I will definitely consider using in future builds. The case will be available this month so if you are planning on building a system in the near future it’ll be one to look out for. I enjoyed using it for this build video and I’m sure you guys will do too.

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KitGuru says: As firsts go, this effort from Endorfy with the Arx 700 Air is very good. The case didn’t throw up any alarming surprises during the build and the final product turned out looking very nice indeed. Will you consider the Endorfy Arx 700 Air for your next build?

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