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Gigabyte unveils the new Aorus C700 Glass full-tower chassis

Gigabyte Aorus has unveiled a new case this week – the C700 Glass. This full-tower chassis features extensive water and air cooling support, up to E-ATX motherboards, and 10x SSDs, allowing users to create a powerful system inside it.

Featuring translucent black tempered glass panels on both sides, the case features RGB Fusion 2.0 ARGB lighting that you can synchronise with other compatible components. The side panels are easily removable without tools, making it more convenient to upgrade your components, or just cleaning dust out of your case.

The Aorus C700 Glass allows users to mount air coolers with 198mm tall heatsinks, 490mm long graphics cards, and 200mm length power supplies. The GPU can be installed either horizontally or vertically. This case supports up to 3x 120/140mm fans (3x 120mm ARGB fans included) on the top panel, 2x 120mm fans (included) or a 140mm fan at the rear, and 3x 120/140mm fans on the front panel. Radiator support is also quite extensive, allowing users to mount 420mm radiators on the top, 360mm radiator on the front, and 140mm at the rear.

There are multiple drive bays for storage drives inside the chassis, supporting up to 10x 2.5-inch drives, from which 4x drive bays also support 3.5-inch drives. The case comes with a built-in ARGB and PWM hub controller with 3x 5V 3-pin ARGB connectors and 5x PWM connectors. The front I/O panel is well equipped with 4x USB-A 3.0 ports, a USB-C 3.1 Gen2 port, a 3.5mm audio-out jack, a 3.5mm audio-in jack, RGB and fan speed buttons, and an HDMI port. Additionally, there’s a PSU shroud to hide the cabling and separate the PSU heat from the rest of the system and enough space on both left and right sides of the chassis for cable management.

Pricing and availability details of the Gigabyte Aorus C700 Glass have not been disclosed yet. You can learn more about this case HERE.

KitGuru says: What do you all think of the new Gigabyte Aorus C700 Glass? Is this a case that you would consider for your next PC build? 

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