Cooler Master Debuts the MasterFrame 700 – Its New Open-Air PC Frame

Computer hardware manufacturer Cooler Master introduced the MasterFrame 700, its newest customizable desktop frame. This open air chassis can be used as a premium test bench, with various customizing options. Looped water cooling can be tested on this frame, while a tempered glass can cover large components like cooling fans and graphic cards. Side wings supported by four special friction hinges can be adjusted, and it can be hanged on the wall with additional supporting frames. MasterFrame 700 can convert its desktop body between two modes – open air mode and test bench mode.

On open air mode, the frame stands vertically to present internal components behind the glass, while the chassis can contain any computer part – even those with tremendous sizes. On test bench mode, its side wings fold down towards the CPU socket and graphics card region, for focused airflow necessary to overclocking. Radiating fans and other vital accessories can be installed and replaced on these wings, with comfortable adjustments possible. Through these, PC builders can figure out what parts and configurations will serve the best output for their computer.

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