IN WIN 707 Gaming Version Full-Tower Case Review

The IN WIN 707 Gaming Version Full Tower case comes with a long list of features that reads to make it one of the best enthusiast hardware chassis you can buy. Tool-less design, spots for multiple radiators, E-ATX motherboard support, excellent CPU heatsink clearance, and designed for 10 fans. Does it measure up?


Today we are reviewing the IN WIN 707 Full-Tower Case Gaming Version.

IN WIN, founded in 1985, has produced cases popular with enthusiast and modders for well over a decade. In addition to producing cases for corporate clients, over the last few years IN WIN has developed a successful line of gaming cases that are popular with consumers in need of a gaming chassis on a budget. To date, we've reviewed a handful of IN WIN cases including the IN WIN GT1, IN WIN G7, IN WIN D Frame, IN WIN D Frame Mini and the IN WIN 904.

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From the company's about us section:

IN WIN Development Inc., an ISO 9001 manufacturer of professional computer chassis, power supplies and digital storage devices, is the leading provider of enclosure solutions to system integrators worldwide. Founded in 1985, IN WIN provides high quality chassis that conform to all safety regulations, as well as unsurpassed customer service.

In Win has become a leading, top-notch manufacturer of core technology in order to meet market and consumer needs and demands. Our company’s management team has laid a strong foundation in terms of eight major elements: Innovation, Service, Speed, Value, Safety, Warmth, Faithfulness, and Diligence. These elements help In Win to remain a leader in the business realm and also help differentiate us from our competition.

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We have the IN WIN 707 full-tower case in-house for a little review action today. While the 707 is also available in "Silent White," it is the "Gaming Black" version that we have on the test bench today. Even though the company website identifies this full-tower case as a high-end gaming chassis, truth be told, we think non-gamers and the enthusiast crowd will certainly find the IN WIN 707 just as appealing.

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Let's get down to business and see what the IN WIN 707 is made of, shall we?

Product Packaging

The IN WIN 707 was shipped in its bare product packaging and arrived in good shape minus a few dings and dents. The box itself is constructed of double-walled corrugated cardboard that is glued along the seams. The overall measurements are 26"H x 12.5"L x 22.5"W.

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The plain cardboard packaging prominently features a large 707 in the upper right hand corner and company logo printed in black in the bottom left with product information and a list of features on the both sides. The case itself is wrapped in a plastic bag and held in place by thick polyethylene closed-cell foam inserts.

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