Back in May during Computex, we had the chance to catch up with Thermaltake and check out some of the new cases coming to market in 2019. One of the biggest was the A700, a full tower bigger brother to the A500 for enthusiasts that demand as much internal space as possible. Now just a couple of months later, the A700 is now ready for launch.
The new A700 chassis is a full tower case joining Thermaltake’s popular A-series family. The A700 is the bigger brother to the A500 mid-tower and is built with aluminium, which seamlessly bends around the outside of the case from front to back. It also comes with a large tempered glass window, giving a good view of the build inside.
Since this is a full-tower case, it supports all motherboard sizes up to E-ATX. The built-in PSU cover will also help you hide cables and keep things looking clean. Dust filters are also provided at the top, bottom and front of the case. For cooling, the A700 can house up to three 140mm fans in the front, or two 200mm fans on top of a 420mm radiator for liquid cooling.
A magnetic dust filter is included in the roof of the case to protect against dirt getting into your shiny hardware. All of the drive cages use a tool-free design and the internals of the case use a dismantable modular design, so you can strip the whole thing down to the bones and install different elements as and when needed while putting together your system.
The A700 is already out of stock here in Europe but as soon as it returns, it will cost €339.90.
KitGuru Says: The A700 is a big case and appears to have extravagant, liquid-cooled builds in mind. Are any of you looking to put together a new rig this year?