Antec has announced the DF700 FLUX mid-tower PC case. The casing features a mesh front panel, which increases the airflow and looks fantastic. It also features a tempered side glass panel. The case is based on the new cooling solution, the F-LUX platform.
The Antec DF700 FLUX mesh front panel gives it a wavefront inspired design. The case also features a tempered glass panel, which not only enhances its look and also allows you to take a peek inside. It features a black color scheme.
The case features a new cooling solution, the F-LUX platform. The front and bottom panels are used for fresh air intake, while the top and back panels are the vents for the air. This ensures proper cooling of all the components.
Five 120 mm fans are provided with the case. Three of them feature ARGB lightning. The case can support a motherboard of up to ATX form factor and a GPU length of up to 405 mm. It can also support a CPU cooler height of up to 175mm. It also features two HDD/SSD locations in the drive cage, three 2.5″ drives mounting locations, and one HDD mounting location beneath the motherboard tray.
Antec has officially set the MSRP to $150(€86). There is no information on the release date yet.