Tuesday, December 29th 2020

GIGABYTE Outs AORUS C700 Glass Full-Tower Chassis

GIGABYTE today unveiled its flagship case, the AORUS C700 Glass. Featuring the same design-language as its latest generation of AORUS motherboards and graphics cards, the C700 Glass is a humongous ATX full-tower case measuring 714 mm x 301 mm x 671 mm (HxWxD). It supports E-ATX (or smaller) motherboard form-factors, with room for graphics cards up to 49 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 19.8 cm in height, and PSUs up to 20 cm in length. You also get a vertical graphics card mount. Its asymmetric body design features elements of brushed aluminium, steel, plastic, and tempered glass, with dozens of independent ARGB LED lighting zones that are controlled by an included ARGB controller you can plug into your motherboard to control using GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0 software.

Ventilation options on the GIGABYTE AORUS C700 Glass include three 140 mm front intakes, three 140 mm top exhausts, and two 120 mm rear exhausts. You can mount a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator along the rear exhaust, and 420 mm x 140 mm radiators along the top- and front panels. Storage options include four 3.5-inch drive bays, and six 2.5-inch mounts at various locations. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.x type-C, four USB 3.x type-A, an HDMI (which connects to your graphics card), audio jacks, and dedicated controls to invoke RGB Fusion and fan control (this takes up a USB 2.0 header). The company didn't reveal pricing.
Gigabyte Aorus C700 Glass
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13 Comments on GIGABYTE Outs AORUS C700 Glass Full-Tower Chassis

dear lord this looks cheap....like one of those acer gaming cases.
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Looks like one of the old alienware cases
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what is this abonimation?!?!
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I think we've reached peak gaudyness. It's only going to get better from here on, right? right...?
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For teh love of jeebus, Giga, stick to making mobos and GPUs! :fear:
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Upon first glance I threw up a little in my mouth! My Lord is that thing hideous! o_O
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LoL.... 4x 3.5" and ....... six (!!!) 2,5" ?? What kind of bollocks are this?
Who does use the 2,5 drives nowadays --- if you can have M.2s, use 3,5" for (slow) storage and also mount some more "average" speed SATA3 SSDs also into the 3,5" bays....
Just.... doesn't make sense.... and oh my..... this is fugly...
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maxflyLooks like one of the old alienware cases
My thoughts exactly! just “updated” version
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