Cooler Master HAF 700 Case Review

AiO Installation

Cooler Master was nice enough to hook us up with their MasterLiquid PL360 Flux liquid CPU cooler for this build. Installation of this 360mm all-in-one unit couldn’t be easier in this case as we were able to fully remove the top of the case to install it. Also Cooler Master has always made their AiO installation quite easy and the MasterLiquid PL360 Flux is no exception.

It looks quite good in our build too!

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For those wondering what type of performance you’ll get from the MasterLiquid PL360 Flux, here are our CPU tests.

Lighting

The case itself comes with five ARGB fans and with the included controller you can actually plug in two more ARGB devices. The fans look really good, but since the case is so large and the window is tinted you might want to get some ARGB strips if you really want to light up the inside of the case.

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Software

If you want to control the lighting you’ll need to download Cooler Master’s MasterPlus+ software. It will automatically detect the ARGB Gen 2 controller. With the software you can easily select a bunch of different effects for the ARGB lighting, change colors, etc.

The software will also allow you to see what is connected to each port.

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