In the summer of 2020, Antec introduced its first housing with the so-called Flux platform, the DF600. The idea behind the case was that extra openings on the right side panel and a fan on top of the power supply tunnel would ensure that the video card was supplied with extra cool air. Since then, the company has released several cases that use the same interior, namely the P10 Flux and the DP502.
Antec has apparently been successful with the concept, as today the company is showing the fourth Flux case: the DF700. Since it was made with the same frame as the previous Flux cases, it is again a mid-tower model. With the DF700, however, Antec has opted for a large mesh front panel, which should benefit the air supply via the three argb fans behind it.
Inside, the case can be called pretty bare, with the exception of the ‘inverted’ fan on top of the power supply tunnel. In the back is a (normal) fan of 120 mm, which brings the total of supplied fans to five.
Behind the motherboard panel is a controller that can handle six argb fans.
If you want to change the cooling setup, you can place up to three fans of 140 mm in the front and at the top, plus a second model of 120 mm on the power tunnel. Alternatively, two 360 mm radiators fit in the case, although you have to be careful that the thickness does not exceed 55 mm at the cooler in the front.
There is also enough space for air cooling, with support for CPU coolers of up to 175 mm high and video cards up to 405 mm long. Atx power supplies up to 205 mm deep fit in the DF700.
There are three slots for 3.5-inch hard drives, two of which can also be used for smaller 2.5-inch drives. In addition, there are three more mounting points for 2.5-inch models only.
The i / o can be found at the top right of the housing. This consists of two USB 3.0 (type-a), two audio ports, an LED control button and the power button. In total, the Antec DF700 measures 467 x 220 x 486 millimeters (depth x width x height).
Antec has not yet provided any information about the pricing and availability of the DF700 Flux.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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