MSI announced the MEG Project 700 series, its largest models for high-performance game computers, and released two versions: the MEG Project 700R and the MEG Project 700RL, with the possibility to install the E-ATX format of the motherboards.
The main difference between the new ones is that the MEG Project 700R has a 4.3-inch sensor display at the top, which can be used to control fan lighting and rotation, system temperature, weather, and other data.
The hulls are created in partnership with the company EK: they allow the installation of a caste-based distribution panel for the liquid cooling system.
Video cards up to 400 mm in length may be used, and a total of up to seven extensions can be installed; inside there is room for two 3.5/2.5 inch storage devices and two 2.5 inch storage devices.
The dimensions are 585 x 257 x 537 mm, weighing about 17 kg, and the left side wall is made of heated glass. You can use up to 10 fans or up to four SMO radiators. The limit on the height of the processor cooler is 185 mm.