- Manufacturer: In Win
- Model: 703
- Price: £54.95 @ Overclockers (at time of review)
Computer cases, they’re just a metal box that holds the more important and interesting bits. They have little or no identity of their own, and frankly that’s not a bad thing since they are hidden away behind monitors or in cubby-holes in an equally standard desk design.
End of article, thank you for reading. I hope you enjoyed it, I’ll take my payment now.
What do you mean “I have to write some more”? There isn’t that much to be said on the subject.
Okay, there are ‘some’ case manufacturers, like In Win, who seem to source their designers from some Sci-Fi realm; they are mythical creatures who seem to think that a metal box just isn’t good enough for the end user and bring out breath-taking works of art like the tòu and their Frame series or clad a standard box in tempered glass to give it a unique feel. But what happens when a manager or accountant steps in and insists on something a little more uniform? Something perhaps that can be sold within the budget of the average consumer. Something like the In Win 703 which is the subject of this review.
Specifications & Features
|External Drive Bay||5.25″ x 1|
|Internal Drive Bay||5.25″ x 2
3.5” / 2.5” x 4 (Supports up to SATA HDD EZ-Swap Module x 4)
2.5” x 2
|M/B Form Factor||ATX, Micro-ATX|
|Power Supply||ATX 12V, PSII Size and EPS up to 220mm (170mm with Bottom Fan)|
|I/O Port||USB 3.0 x 1
USB 2.0 x 2HD Audio
|I/O Expansion Slots||PCI-E Slot x 7
Supports High-end Graphic Card up to 408mm
|Thermal Solution||Front – 120mm Fan x 2
Rear – 120mm LED Fan x 1Bottom – 120mm Fan x 1Maximum CPU Heatsink up to 160mm (From CPU Die Surface to Side Panel)Water-Cooling Hole Ready
|Chassis Dimension (HxWxD)||432 x 210 x 477 mm(17” x 8.3” x 18.8”)|
|Package Dimension (HxWxD)||480 x 256 x 549 mm(18.9” x 10.1” x 21.7”)|