Home / Component / Cases / Abkoncore releases the AL700 Sync full-tower chassis

Abkoncore releases the AL700 Sync full-tower chassis

The AL700 Sync is Abkoncore’s latest full-tower chassis, featuring an ARGB “spectral LED bar”, a left side tempered glass panel, a right smokey tempered glass panel, and an aluminium finished front panel.

Equipped with 3x 120mm fans, a HR120 ARGB fan on the rear, and a vented front panel, the AL700 Sync is “perfect for both cooling and tuning”. The included fan/spectrum sync control hub and the remote control allow you to customise the RGB lighting of the components connected to it, including the RGB LED bar on the front panel. You can also customise the RGB lighting through a compatible motherboard via a +5V ARGB header.

The left side tempered glass panel offers a clear look to the inside of the case, while the right side smokey tempered glass panel was designed to be easily removable to promptly access the inside of the case. There’s a cable routing kit with a GPU support bracket, allowing you to reduce the cluttering of cables and preventing the graphics card from sagging.

The AL700 Sync comes equipped 8+2 expansion slots, two HDD/SSD trays with two slots each, and an additional “water cooling reservoir holder or SSD bracket”. Motherboard compatibility includes E-ATX, ATX, Micro ATX, and Mini-ITX formats. PSU clearance is 260mm long, CPU clearance is 170mm tall, and GPUs can be as long as 405mm. The front I/O panel has 2x USB-A 3.0 ports, a USB-C 3.1 port, an audio-in jack, an audio-out jack, the power button, and a LED button, which can be used as a reset button.

This case has support for 3x 120/140mm fans or up to a 280/360mm radiator on the top and on the front, and a 120mm fan or a 120mm radiator on the rear. To prevent dust from getting into the inside of the case, there are magnetic dust filters on the front, top and a “firmly secured” one on the bottom.

Availability and pricing details for the AL700 Sync haven’t been shared yet but you can learn more about this case HERE.

KitGuru says:  Would you consider the AL700 Sync if you were looking for a full-tower chassis? What do you think of the look of this case?

 

Become a Patron!

Check Also

EA is getting rid of Origin, will replace with new EA Desktop app

EA began shaking up its digital content strategy late last year with the announcement that …