Antec use a few shades of military green for their GX700 and the main construction of the front panel is plastic. That said the front intake cover and drive bays are metal. Speaking of drive bays these have a quick release design where we flick out the side clamps and then simply remove the cover before sliding in the drive/device.
Further down is the aforementioned front intake and here we find a clip in dust filter behind the metal cover, protecting our 2x120mm fans should we choose to install them. In-between the fans and four drive bays we find the power and reset buttons along with activity LEDs.
The GX700 measures 500x200x450mm and weighs 6.26kg.
Up at the top of the case we find a large exhaust vent which is capable of holding 240mm radiators and towards the front four USB ports (2x3.0, 2x2.0), 3.5mm audio in/out and a fan controller with cover.
Round at the back of the case there are two tubing holes at the top which sit above the 12cm exhaust. A standard IO location sits to the left above seven PCIe slots. These all have thumbscrews for installation and a cover sits above those. The PSU location is at the bottom of the case and as we can see on the base there is another removable dust filter there, along with four plastic feet.
Looking now at the sides of the case we see that the left side simply has a single 12cm fan location, the right side is blank.