Endorfy Arx 700 Air Mid-Tower Case Review

Endory is a relatively new brand name to most of you, which is OK, as it is a new name, and some of you will likely remember them as the rather fantastic SilentiumPC. With their rebrand, they’ve been pushing to improve every aspect of their product range, and from what we’ve seen in the last two years, it has been working. Their recent coolers were fantastic, but today, I get to take a look at one of their new PC cases, the Endorfy Arx 700 Air. This is an interesting case too, as Endorfy say they’ve put their best solutions into what is now their biggest-ever case, and it is packed will cool stuff!


Measuring in at 486×228×472 mm it’s a good-sized mid-tower with support or up to an ATX motherboard. It can handle a tall CPU cooler up to 179mm, it comes with room for up to 8 fans and even comes with 5 x Endorfy Stratus 140mm fans pre-installed as well as a PWM fan hub as standard. Want the largest GPUs on the market in your build? With clearance for a 410mm GPU, even the biggest RTX 4090s will fit just fine, and with support for multiple 360mm radiators, plenty of storage, dust filters, and more, it’s ticking all the right boxes for a high-end PC build.


  • Mid-Tower
  • Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX
  • Tempted Glass
  • 5 x 140mm Fans Pre-Installed
  • 5 Port PWM Fan Hub Included
  • Available with ARGB or Non-RGB Fans
  • Supports 280/360mm Radiator Front and Top

What Endorfy Had to Say

“We’ve designed our fair share of PC cases, but with the Arx 700 Air we’ve probably crossed the line (in a good way). We’ve taken the best solutions we know and created a breathable fortress that your components deserve. Seriously – the airflow through our PC case is so good, you can’t beat it even with the windows wide open. Well, unless your house has filters instead of walls (because the Arx 700 Air does).” – Endorfy

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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