Case Build and Finished Product
We had no significant issues during the build process. There was plenty of room for our test system in the 707, and our wiring reached everything needed while running through all of the grommets. The top has plenty of room for a radiator and fans, and there is even room for a reservoir to hang on the motherboard tray.
The rear dust shield snapped right into position, but when it came to the GPU, we did have to flex the back of the chassis inward to get the screws to align with the case and bracket. Since the rails on the floor support the PSU, screwing the PSU in place is simple with the holes lined up and ready to go.
We took advantage of the few tie points available for the front I/O wiring to make sure that beige and rainbow assortment stays hidden. We have plenty of room for the 8-pin, 24-pin, and even the GPU power leads to all hide back here and pop out where needed.
Now that the Gaming Black 707 is assembled, we can get ready for testing., In normal conditions, the view through the window is muted with the dark tint, but adding a bit of light inside would dramatically increase the view of the components. Adding a light inside would also accent the InWin name (which is near impossible to capture in a picture) in the window.
After plugging the PSU into the wall, we pressed the power button and were greeted with this thin band of blue LED, which let us know the chassis was powered up. There is also a flicker on the other end of this strip, where the amber HDD LED is found.
Here we can see the red LEDs of the exhaust fan shining through the side window. It is a nice touch to carry some of that red all the way through to the back; there are no LEDs in the front fans.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [InWin Gaming Black 707 Full-Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the Gaming Black 707]
- Page 5 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 6 [Case Build and Finished Product]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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