Inwin 703 Review
The accessories and instructions come in a nice sturdy zip lock bag. Inside there's all the screws you need, nicely separated out and labelled. You also get a Buzzer, a bag of rubber isolation dampers and three reusable cable ties.
Rather than being a booklet, the multi language instructions actually open out map style into a large sheet. There's plenty of detail here but it can be a bit hard to work out where you are sometimes.
On to the build then and the first thing we do after installing the PSU is feed the 8 pin CPU cable through the small hole at the top of the case. The reason for this is that it can't be accessed once the motherboard is in place. The case is really quite easy to build into, and although there's not stacks of room there's enough.
With Water cooling firmly off the cards it's good to know you can get a decent sized tower CPU cooler in here. anything up to 160mm in fact which should be plenty. From a GPU standpoint, there's a good 408mm of room on tap which should take care of all but the most massive cards.