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  • Cooler Master HAF 700 Review - The Berserker
  • Cooler Master HAF 700 Review - The Berserker


    HAF 700 Case Install and Conclusion

    For a fit test we installed an Aorus Z690 Elite AX DDR4 Edition Motherboard. This ATX motherboard measures in at a pretty typical 30.5cm x 24.4cm (about 12 x 9.6 inches) and fits with plenty of extra space.

    There is plenty of room for CPU coolers up to 166mm (~6.5 inches) and should support any graphic card currently on the market with room to spare. I simply cannot think of a good way to fill all that space short of an extensive dual water loop setup!

    Thanks to the separated power supply chamber in the rear, any ATX PSU is supported with lots of options for hiding cables and cable runs.


    The HAF series never fails to make an impression and the HAF 700 Berserker is definitely a beast.  The airflow and cooling options are almost overwhelming with so many options and the space to support even the most exotic cooling builds.  Out of the box cooling and ARGB support is more than able to support most traditional builds and the ARGB lights look fantastic!

    Cooler Master continues to push the envelope with the HAF Series.  Hardware support is amazing with support for radiators up to 420mm and E-ATX builds will not be disappointed.  The commitment to Tool-less maintenance is innovative and unparalleled.

    It’s nearly impossible to find fault with the HAF 700 Berserker case.  Its beautiful and large with almost no faults at all.  In fact, it is almost overkill. If you have the budget, look no further for your next enthusiast build!

    Good Things

    Industry Leading Airflow
    Extensive Tool-less Design
    ARGB Gen 2 Support
    Up to EEB Motherboard Support
    Versatile Cooling Support
    Oversized Tempered Glass panel

    Bad Things

    Vertical GPU Kit Costs Extra
    This Case is Heavy
    Premium Price Point

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    Cooler Master HAF 700 Review - The Berserker