Antec DF700 Flux | Recensione

Previewed at the end of 2020, but officially presented a few weeks ago, Antec’s DF700 Flux is a Mid Tower designed for those looking for a compact case, with a different design and able to effectively cool the components. last generation.

Made of steel and plastic, its characterizing element is, without a doubt, the mesh front with a three-dimensional pattern that simulates the ripples of the waves and that not only allows you to admire the play of light created by the lighting system integrated in the three ARGB fans positioned behind it, but also to ensure perfect air circulation.

With dimensions of 467x220x468mm (DxWxH) and a weight of 7.4kg, the third model of the Low Fluxury series is able to contain motherboards in ATX format or smaller, 405mm long video cards, a 205mm ATX power supply, three SSDs on the back of the mainboard platter plus three more 3.5 “or 2.5” drives and, finally, a 175mm high CPU cooler.

In addition to the three 120mm ARGB fans positioned frontally, there is a fourth 120mm fan, without lighting, installed in the rear area and, as if that were not enough, a fifth, also 120mm, which can be fixed on the dividing surface power supply compartment to cool the video card more effectively.

For lovers of liquid cooling systems, it is possible to mount 360 or 280mm radiators both on the top and on the front, while, on the back, the predisposition for a 120mm fan can also be used for a radiator of the same size.

Below is a table containing the complete technical specifications:

TemplateAntec DF700 Flux
TypologyMid Tower
467x220x486mm (PxLxA)
SPCC steel, 4mm tempered glass and plastic
Supporto mainboard
ATX, microATX e Mini-ITX
Maximum CPU heatsink height
Maximum video card length
Maximum power supply length
Ready for drive
2x 2.5 “
3 x 3,5″ o 2,5″
Predisposition for fans
Front – 3x 120 (3 pre-installed)
Top – 3x 120 o 2x 140mm
Rear – 1x 120 (pre-installed)
Power divider shelf – 1x 120 (included)
External connections
2x USB 3.0, 2x HD Audio

Considering the equipment and a price well below the fateful threshold of 100 €, the DF700 Flux is presented on paper in the best way, but will so much “abundance” have led to compromises in terms of quality?

You just have to continue reading our review to find out …

Source: Nexthardware All by

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