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In Win 707 Full Tower Case Review

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DSC_6780Simply put, there are a lot of case manufacturers that are vying for your business. Some use “gimmicky” tactics to entice you to buy their case; only to find out later that the item does not work as intended for very long or you just do not use that specific function of the case. In my opinion, a case should be able to stand on its own and stand the test of time. This means that while the hardware inside the case may change, there may not be a reason to change the case. Granted, in the last few years more and more consumers are moving towards water cooling albeit an AIO (All-In-One) or a full custom loop setup. A few years ago adding radiators to a case may be challenging in its stock form. In Win over the years, has manufactured what feel are some solid cases and they have also manufactured some pretty gimmicky cases. The In Win 707 is a full tower case that features minimalist styling while at the same time granting the consumer various options for adding water cooling to the case.

Review Sample Provided by: In Win
Product Name/Link to Website: In Win 707 Full Tower case
Product was given in exchange for work done to produce this review.


In Win chose the simple route for the packaging of the 707. They did not adorn the box with a bunch of graphics and artwork. Instead, they chose very simple line art on the cardboard. The two large sides feature the model number of the case and the side features the specifications.



Inside you’ll find the case wrapped in a plastic bag to prevent scratches and scrapes during shipping. The bag and case are housed in closed cell foam to prevent damage while bouncing around in the back of the delivery truck. After removing the foam and plastic from the case, the case window is further protected from damage via a thin sheet of plastic wrap.



The installation kit that comes with the In Win 707 includes a users manual, washers for water cooling, motherboard standoffs & socket adapter, fan, power supply, and optical drive screws as well as a few zip ties for cable management.




ModelGaming Version
Case SizeFull Tower
Acrylic Window Side Panel
External Drive Bay5.25″ x 3
Internal Drive Bay3.5″ or 2.5″ x 8
M/B Form FactorE-ATX / ATX / Micro-ATX
Power SupplyATX 12V, PSll Size and EPS up to 220mm
Front PortUSB 3.0 x 2
USB 2.0 x 2
HD Audio
I/O Expansion SlotPCI-E-Slot x 8
Supports High-End Graphic Cards up to 365 mm
Thermal SolutionAir CoolingFront: 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
Water CoolingTop: 360mm Water Cooling Radiator
Bottom: 240mm Water Cooling Radiator
(Bottom HDD Cage Must be Removed)
Water Cooling Hole Ready
CPU HeatsinkMaximum CPU Heatsink up to 195mm
CPU Die Surface to Side Panel)
Dimension (H x W x D)532 x 243 x 582mm
21″ x 9.5″ x 22.9″
Net Weight11.4 kg
Gross Weight13.0 kg


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Tom Brokaw

Tom is a network and computer hardware enthusiast. He has been reviewing hardware products around for various sites around the net since 1999. He has modded a few cases back in the day.


  1. Recently purchased one of these cases 2nd hand – can you replace the rear exhaust fan with a Corsair LL series fan for example?

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