How can you describe the Titan 700 case in several words? It’s spacious, functional, durable, easy to use and it looks great. Titan 700 combines all these features in one device, perfect for any gamer’s room.
Let’s start with the fact that the Titan 700 is equipped with three high quality fans – two in the front and one in the back. Each of them is lighted with 33 LEDs installed on every fan. Even the Power button with the Genesis logo on the front panel is illuminated!
Being equipped with LED-lighted fans, the Titan 700 should enable its owners to peek inside of the case at any moment. The front panel is made from acrylic and the side has a transparent window, so gamers can marvel at both the lighting effects and the components installed inside.
In order to further facilitate the work of the processor, the Titan 700 allows gamers to install liquid-cooling units. The case has space for other components which should satisfy the users’ needs, including a place for a graphics card up to 385 mm wide. Additionally, the Titan 700 offers several enhancements for the equipment’s performance. One of them are special channels located behind the motherboards for proper, effortless cable management.
A large number of fans and space for liquid-cooling is one thing, but there are other ways to increase the efficiency of component cooling. The power unit chamber of the Titan 700 guarantees an improvement of air circulation, at the same time boosting the case’s looks.
|The maximum length of the GPU graphics card||385 mm|
|Maximum CPU cooling height||155 mm|
|The maximum length of the PSU||160 mm|
|Type of casing||Midi Tower|
|Number of 2.5" bays (internal)||2|
|Formfaktor||mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX|
|Power supply mounting||Bottom|
|Front panel connectors||2xUSB 2.0, 2x Jack, 1xUSB 3.0|
|Number of expansion slots||7|
|Max number of fans||5|
|Installed fans||3x120 mm|
|Number of installed fans||3|
|Number of 3.5" bays (internal)||2|