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Cooler Master Launches New MasterFrame 700 Open-Air Case

Cooler Master Launches New MasterFrame 700 Open-Air Case

by Raja IdrisMay 24, 2021
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Following the release of their new liquid coolers and MasterBox NR200P Sakura Limited Edition, Cooler Master has recently brought their all-new MasterFrame 700 customizable frame that can convert between an open-air showcase PC chassis or a flexible test bench.

Cooler Master MasterFrame 700 Malaysia release

Cooler Master MasterFrame 700

The MasterFrame 700 comes with a 3-part design that consists of two side wings and a fully-featured motherboard tray. There’s four friction hinges to hold the side wings to the motherboard tray, allowing both full range of motion during assembly as well as being perfect for custom water-cooling loops.

In the open-air mode, the MasterFrame 700 stands vertically to best display the components behind its tempered glass screen. The wings fold forward, where they are stabilized with rubber feet to ensure all components are easily displayed.

As for the bench mode, the side wings fold down towards the CPU socket and graphics card area to allow for airflow to the components, useful when you’re overclocking. In addition to that, the wings serve as spots to hold triple-fan radiators and other accessories, and thanks to their full range of mobility, swapping components while keeping the cooling situation in place is easier. In bench mode, you can mount up to three 360mm radiators at the same time.

The Cooler Master MasterFrame 700 can be customized with its teardown-friendly design, where each component can be disassembled for custom paint jobs, vinyl wrap, and other modifications that you can think of.

If you are interested in getting the case, it is priced at RM699 here in Malaysia. For more on the latest tech and gaming news plus reviews, stay tuned to

Pokdepinion: It does seem like a case that enthusiasts would probably enjoy having. In our case, our colleague Vyncent would definitely appreciate this to benchmark our components.

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Raja Idris
The name's King, Kingky King. Likes to keep it simple and straightforward. A person who games regardless of what platform. Need value for money performance? Get AMD.

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