Antec NX700 Mid-Tower Case Review
Peter Donnell / 11 months ago
Antec is one of the best-known brands in the world for PC cases, and I’m sure many of you have owned at least one of their products over the years! Their NX Series is already a big hit, and their latest addition, the NX700 looks set to continue that trend. Offering up a mid-tower case design for the gaming market, the NX700 promises great features, style and an affordable price tag. Of course, value for money has often been a powerful weapon for Antec, so let’s see if they can keep that trend going!
It’s certainly well equipped, offering up some lovely pre-installed ARGB fans, but mostly it’s the impressive fan support that gets my attention. It’ll take up to 3 x 120mm or 2 x 140mm in the front, 2 x 120/140mm in the top, a 120mm in the rear, and two more 120mm on the PSU shroud, as well as respectively sized radiators, of course. It’s ticking all the usual boxes for a modern PC case too, with tempered glass, ARGB lighting, a built-in PSU shroud, cable routing behind the motherboard, hidden storage bays, and a funky front panel design. So, let’s dive in for a closer look!
- ATX, Micro-ITX, ITX
- 4mm Tempered Glass Side Panel
- 7 Expansion Slots
- 2 x 185mm ARGB & 1 x 120mm ARGB Fans Pre-Installed
- Top/Bottom Dust Filters
- 1 Year Warranty
What Antec Had to Say
“The NX700 mid-tower gaming case effortlessly combines a bevy of in-demand features: USB 3.0 connectivity, ample storage drive bays, room for expansion, and includes 2 x 185mm ARGB fans in front & 1x 120mm ARGB fan in rear. With support for up to a 360 mm liquid cooling radiator in front & 280 radiator on top, NX700 is easy to build with, and easy to cool.” – Antec