Inwin 703 Review

Up Close: Interior Overview

Inwin 703 Review

Up Close:  Interior Overview

The interior of the 703 is finished in the same slightly textured Matt Black as the exterior, and it's only here where we start to see the odd hint that this is an entry level case.  By no means do we mean there's a lack of quality, far from it, build quality is more than decent.  What we mean is that the small motherboard tray and non grommeted management holes indicate that savings have been made here in order to keep the price down.  That said, you still get a decent CPU cut out, a front mounted 120mm and a rear mounted red LED 120mm fan.

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Although there are three 5.25" bays, the case actually only has an external blank for one drive.  Still at least it's quick release.  The other two bays are detailed as internal 5.25" bays!

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Lower down there's a rack of four bays able to accept either 3.5" or 2.5" drives.  The bays are of the drawer type and benefit from rubber isolation fixings.  This lower bay is riveted to the floor and front of the case so cannot be easily removed.

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There's plenty of ventilation in the base with space for a 120mm fan and also a large mount for your PSU.  The PSU mount does not have any rubber isolation feet, instead using a tight fit full length tray to help reduce transmitted vibration and noise.

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The rear of the case sports seven vented PCI slot covers, which as we previously mentioned are tabbed to the case itself, meaning that once removed they cannot be re-attached.  Inwin have also included a rather nice looking clear framed and bladed Red LED fan.

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Most Recent Comments

15-07-2015, 06:03:40

Thelosouvlakia
Good review and all but I have a small request. Can you give Gary a black&red motherboard and gpu to use in "The build" section?Quote

15-07-2015, 06:12:44

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia View Post
Good review and all but I have a small request. Can you give Gary a black&red motherboard and gpu to use in "The build" section?
I dont think colours really make a huge amount of difference for something like this matey - plus if I gave him a board Id need to send memory, a cpu, a GPU etc etc etcQuote

15-07-2015, 06:40:29

Tripp
Always loved in wins cases, a lot of there designs are a bit batty but that adds to the charm. This seems like a great basic caseQuote

15-07-2015, 06:50:03

AlienALX
/puts his tongue in his cheek.

No one going to complain it looks like a NZXT?

/removes tongue.

I love Inwin. I remember when they made the very first P4 certified case. I loved that thing, used hundreds of them.

They just went very quiet. Now? WHAM ! they're kickin' ass and taking numbers man. Good to see, hopefully at some point they will do a new version of their B52 stealth as it was never available in the UK (has a motorised front kinda like the Alienware I have).Quote

15-07-2015, 07:31:48

barnsley
I'm hoping the next review will be one of the nine series cases, especially the 909. Its good to see that In Win (who are my go to for interesting cases) have started to make reasonable budget stuff. Now if they could only make a minimal budget case..Quote
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