InWin has just unveiled two new cases to the world, with the new 707 Full Tower, and 703 Mid Tower. Starting with the 707, we have two colors available: 'Gaming Black' and 'Silent White' with both chassis' "constructed from strong and reliable SECC steel".
The black version of the 707 features an acrylic side panel window, while the white version sports sound damping to provide quieter operation. Inside of the 707, we have some serious cooling capabilities, where support for both 360mm and 240mm radiators is allowed, at the roof, and bottom of the 707, respectively. InWin have generously provided 206mm of depth on the opposite side panel, which provides additional room for those super-tall coolers.
There are three 5.25-inch bays hidden behind a one-touch, pop-open door, while inside there are eight 3.5-inch HDD bays with screw less installation. Cable management is provided throughout the 707, as well as a big 20mm gap behind the motherboard tray that will keep your build nice and clean, as well as providing increased airflow.
Moving onto the InWin 703 Mid-Tower, we have a chassis that is perfect for smaller PC builds, but require the full ATX motherboard for SLI, Crossfire, and more advanced setups. The 703 is made from the same SECC steel as the 707, with a 'stealthy' 5.25-inch drive bay, as well as two more inside, four internal, tool-less 3.5-inch HDD bays. When it comes to liquid cooling on the 703, there's 170mm depth to the acrylic window opposite for taller heat sinks, as well as cable routing holes and a large heat sink installation hole in the motherboard tray.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:48 am CDT
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