Inwin 703 Review
Introduction and Technical Specification
Published: 15th July 2015 | Source: Inwin | Price: £54.95 |
We've been wanting to get our hands on an Inwin case for quite some time now. Well the perseverance has paid off and we've finally managed to get hold of an Inwin 703. Available in Silver with Black trim, or as the Black with red trim we have here for review, the 703 represents for the consumer what should be a departure from bland black boxes and an affordable entry point into the world of stylish cases. We say stylish with the acceptance that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. for us though the brushed aluminium effect front panel makes a fantastic first impression, as does the simple geometric layout and red trim accents.....even if we're not to sure about the style of the window panel. For a bit more info on what the 703 is able to offer up, let's have a look at the Technical Specification.
|Motherboard support||ATX, M-ATX|
|3.5", 2.5"||4x3.5"/2.5" with additional 2x2.5"|
Front: 2x120mm fan (1 included)
Rear: 1x120mm fan (1 included)
Floor: 1x120mm fan
|Front I/O||1xUSB3.0, 2xUSB2.0, HD Audio|
|Max CPU Cooler||160mm|
Most Recent Comments
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?
No one going to complain it looks like a NZXT?
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