IN A CLASS BY ITSELF
The MasterFrame 700 is a highly customizable open-air frame that can convert between a showcase PC chassis or a highly flexible test bench.
MasterFrame 700 features a 3-part design consisting of two side wings and a fully featured motherboard tray.
Four specially-designed friction hinges hold the side wings to the motherboard tray, allowing both full range of motion during assembly and stability when built, perfect for custom water-cooling loops.
TEST BENCH MODE
The side wings can fold down towards the CPU socket and GPU areas to allow to localize the airflow to the components, especially useful when overclocking. The wings also 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 solution in place is now easier than ever.
OPEN-AIR FRAME MODE
The MasterFrame 700 stands vertically to best display the components behind its panoramic tempered glass screen. The chassis offers an unmatched level of hardware compatibility, allowing for easy-fitting of oversized components.
UN-MATCHED HARDWARE SUPPORT
For its size, MasterFrame 700 sports an unmatched level of hardware compatibility. It is designed to fit any component available, even oversized ones. Users can mount up to SSI-EEB motherboards, multiple power supplies and multiple radiators at the same time and still have room for triple slots GPUs and storage.
MOTHERBOARD AND PSU SUPPORT
Our goal is to provide a limitless experience in hardware support. MasterFrame 700 allows you to mount any motherboard in the consumer market, even going so far as to support 14×14″ SSI-EEB motherboards.
If SSI-EEB motherboards are installed the support for the pump and radiator is covered, but when using any other motherboard format the support remains present and accessible.
Double support for ATX power supplies is available on the back, for systems that need double power supply and to cover every need during extreme overclocking sessions.
MasterFrame 700 introduces an innovative, fully toolless system that allows you to mount up to 4x 3.5″ drives and up to 7x 2.5″ drives.
It is also possible to mount up to 2x 280/360mm radiators in “Open-Air” mode on the two side wings and a third radiator up to 360/420mm in “Test-Bench” mode. The support for pumps and reservoirs allows to natively mount most of the solutions on the market, maintaining a high level of freedom with regard to the placement.
With MasterFrame 700 users are able to install up to 2x 280/360mm radiators in “Open-Air” mode (on the two side wings) and a third 360/420mmradiator while in “Test-Bench” mode, in the proximity of the CPUsocket.
The support for pumps and reservoirs on the right side of the motherboard tray allows to natively mount most of the solutions on the market, maintaining a high level of freedom with regard to the placement.
PREMIUM VARIABLE FRICTION HINGES
Heavy duty hinges hold the side wings to the mid-frame and allow for smooth repositioning at any angle depending on the user’s needs.
Allen keys are included to adjust the tension of the hinges to make it easier to move or allow the side wings to hold heavier parts. This level of flexibility is a key factor for users creating extremely unique water-cooling loops and setups.
PANORAMIC TEMPERED GLASS
The oversized panoramic tempered glass offers a greater viewing angle on the components of the system and, together with hardware-centric design of MasterFrame 700, it is the perfect way to showcase high-end components and custom cooling solutions.
VESA MOUNT COMPATIBLE
The MasterFrame 700 features 100mm x 100mm VESA mount compatibility, allowing it to be wall-mounted. Perfect to showcase custom loops and high-end components.
It is highly recommended to only wall mount full systems below 14Kg in total and check VESA weight standards.
OPEN AIR DESIGN
The open-air nature of the design provides unrestricted access to fresh air to all components in the system.
The optional fan mounts allow to further guide the airflow path to a specific intake/exhaust direction, thus preventing performance-robbing heat recirculation.