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In Win launches mainstream 703 Mid Tower, 707 Full Tower chassis

by Mark Tyson on 20 October 2014, 12:05

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In Win wrote to HEXUS today to tell us that it has made two new mainstream targeted PC chassis available. These are much more conventional PC chassis designs than the likes of the D-Frame, S-Frame and Tou that In Win is famous for. There's a new Mid Tower called the 703 and a new Full Tower called the 707.

In Win 703

This mid tower chassis is capable of housing an ATX motherboard, despite being designed for smaller PC builds. Users can also fit graphics cards up to 408mm long and CPU coolers up to 170mm tall. The 703 will be available in black with red accents and white/silver with a large acrylic side panel window. A 'stealthy' 5.25-inch drive bay is situated in the upper chassis facia.

In Win 703 specs are tabulated below:

Case Size

Mid-Tower

Material

SECC Steel

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 2, HD 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 Red LED Fan x 1, Bottom - 120mm Fan x 1, CPU Heatsink up to 170mm/6.7”, 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”)

In Win 707

This chassis shares the styling and colour options as its smaller brother detailed above. As a larger case it has more cooling options, more drive bays and increased maximum compatibility for your graphics card length and CPU cooler height. The chassis has three stealthy 5.25-inch drive bays on the front, accessed via a one-touch pop-open door.

The 'Gaming Black' and 'Silent White' versions of this chassis are differentiated by more than just their colour schemes. As you might guess from their colour names they are slightly modified to appeal to different market niches. In spec terms the black version has support for more case fans (10 rather than 9) and taller CPU coolers (206mm rather than 190mm). The reduction in fan capacity and CPU height in the silent White version is due to extra insulation (sound dampening material) in the white version. For the sake of sound insulation the white chassis also eschews the acrylic window.

In Win 707 specification table:

Model

Gaming Black

Silent White

Case Size

Full Tower

Material

SECC Steel
Acrylic Side Window Panel

SECC Steel
Sound Damping Material

External Drive Bay

5.25" x 3

Internal Drive Bay

3.5" or 2.5" x 8

M/B Form Factor

E-ATX / ATX / Micro-ATX

Power Supply

ATX 12V, PSII Size and EPS up to 220mm

I/O Port

USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio

I/O Expansion Slots

PCI-E Slot x 8, Supports High-End Graphic Card up to 365mm

Thermal Solution

Air Cooling

Front: 140mm Fan x 2
Rear: 140mm Fan x 1
Side: 120 or 140mm Fan x 1
Top: 120mm Fan x 3
Bottom:120 or 140mm Fan x 2
HDD Cage: 120 or 140mm Fan x 1

Front: 140mm Fan x 2
Rear: 140mm Fan x 1
Top: 120mm Fan x 3
Bottom:120 or 140mm Fan x 2
HDD Cage: 120 or 140mm Fan x 1

Water Cooling

Top:360mm Liquid Cooling Radiator
Bottom:240mm Liquid Cooling Radiator
Water-Cooling Hole Ready

CPU Heatsink

CPU Heatsink up to 206mm 

CPU Heatsink up to 190mm 

Dimension (HxWxD)

532 x 243 x 582mm 21" x 9.5" x 22.9"

532 x 230 x 582mm 21" x 9" x 22.9"

Net Weight

11.4 kg

12.7 kg

Gross Weight

13.0 kg

14.4 kg

 

With these mainstream designs from In Win might we see mainstream pricing? Unfortunately we don't have that information on hand at the time of writing.



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Amzaing Chassis,,,,,nice one…
Looks like they have copied Antec's ancient NSK series chassis and tried to bring it up to date by adding a window, extra cooling and USB3.
They look like decent cases, we'll have to wait for more details, esp price.
I really like the look of these - like premium H440s :D
MrRockliffe
I really like the look of these - like premium H440s :D

My thoughts precisely - apart from the premium aspect. They seem to have increased the ventilation gaps on the front and added 5.25" support at the front, but the similarities between this and the NZXT are rather too obvious.

Not sure why USB2.0 was included on the smaller case …