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    Default Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    Yesterday I went to ECS Multiplan Center. After weeks of being deprived of a desktop PC, I finally bought me a Space 703 Casing. I know this is a dumb idea to buy a casing first, but I like the idea anyway. Following are the photos that I took when installing my Thermaltake LitePower 400W and the optical drives. Have a look and post your comments. Thank you.

    EDIT: The price was Tk.2500. With PSU the price stands at Tk.3000. The PSU is 400W with 2 SATA power connectors, 6 Molex Connectors, 24-pin ATX Connector, Floppy power connector and a 4-pin (old motherboard) power connector. This is after all a Chinese low capacity power supply. So I avoided it. I have a Thermaltake LitePower 400W.

    About internal picture. Sorry for that. I just totally forgot; totally. I will post it very soon. Just give me a few days. Thanks everyone for your comments. I really appreciate it if something by me comes to anyone's help. Inside I measured with tape. You can, in a way, fit a GPU of 11". It will just touch the HDD bay. Unless you use 3 or more HDDs, a GTX 470 should not be a problem.

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    price?
    what is the rating of its default psu?

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    What's the price? ... btw, looks nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by OoAIDoO View Post
    price?
    what is the rating of its default psu?
    Space 400w.

    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●shafiee007 View Post
    What's the price? ... btw, looks nice
    2.5k w/o PSU.

    Btw, u 2 r seeing for the first time ? :S also, a (+) reputation to tahmid vai.

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    U missed one important part. Internal structure picture. It`s also important.
    How long GPU can be installed and how many Drive bay? Any spacial feature?

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    i've been using this casing since last December.........it's quite spacious......5 hdd drive bays & 4 dvd rom drive bays....my 8800gt fits inside the casing with ease...but i don't think i will be able to install any hdd on the bay which is adjacent to the gfx card (hdd might create a barrier to connect the external power cable to the gfx card).....don't know the length of an 4890/280/5850 but i guess there won't be any problem to fit these cards......its a good value for money but my only concern is that the large side fan (in-take) sucks in lots of dust...so i need to clean the inside of my casing quite often.

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    how much did it cost, I bought one for my sister's computer last year. Forgot the price though. & I swapped the front 120 for my own casing xD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    how much did it cost, I bought one for my sister's computer last year. Forgot the price though. & I swapped the front 120 for my own casing xD.
    [email protected]@@!!!Nicely maira diso...
    i bought dis casing last year...quite good actually...
    Still no problems found yet...
    amiO amR casing er koyekta shot post korsilam...

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    Internal picture????
    give em.

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    This Casing is good but problem is it can't take big card like gtx 275,285.I had to remove my side fan to put my gtx275 in it before that used a 8800gt without problem.





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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    What about the built in PSU?

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    hehe amio tomar moto first e casing kinsi.same casing.

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    I also have used the same casing, the good part of this casing is that you can add more two fans WITHOUT CUTTING THE CASE, I have added one Thermal-Take LED fan with grill and behind the Casing I have added a fan modded by me (Intel LGA 775 Pin Fan @ 3600 RPM)...

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    I should post my new Thermaltake M5 pics aslo, really sexY!

    Space 703 is good according to its price, but i always wanted a transparent side panel to show off the wicked hardware's, so ended up buying TT m5
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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    Congratz on your purchase. What other components are you planning to get?

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    I should post my new Thermaltake M5 pics aslo, really sexY!

    Space 703 is good according to its price, but i always wanted a transparent side panel to show the wicked hardware's, so ended up buying TT m5
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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    Quote Originally Posted by Exiled_SouL View Post
    This Casing is good but problem is it can't take big card like gtx 275,285.I had to remove my side fan to put my gtx275 in it before that used a 8800gt without problem.
    Bro, is the GTX 275 very tall? You had to remove the side fan? That is not much of a good sign. Could you secure it with the casing using two slot screws? Or, did you leave it free?

    ---------- Post added at 16:28 ---------- Previous post was at 16:22 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by hiei-warrior View Post
    Congratz on your purchase. What other components are you planning to get?


    Spot on bro.
    Not sure. Maybe Core i7 930+Gigabyte X58A-UD3R package by SMART along with Twinmos 6GB 1333 DDR3 RAM followed by a GTX470 and a good PSU a lot later. I love QPI and Triple Channel a lot. This is why I plan this. My work will be a lot CPU and RAM intensive you see. I will be using OSes in VMWare, Visual Studio 2010, PCSX2 emulator, Adobe CS4, [email protected], etc. So GPU is not my primary concern. Initially, I will use my 8600GT. Then maybe I will shift. How is it?

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    Quote Originally Posted by SHTN™ View Post
    I should post my new Thermaltake M5 pics aslo, really sexY!

    Space 703 is good according to its price, but i always wanted a transparent side panel to show the wicked hardware's, so ended up buying TT m5
    yeah ... post pics along with some info like where did u get this ..... mention d price...
    Last edited by Mahfuz; June 15th, 2010 at 21:42.

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    Quote Originally Posted by mdtahmid View Post
    Core i7 930+Gigabyte X58A-UD3R
    U saw the right package ? :S :blink: If u'r right, then it'll be heaven for BD's gamers/enthusiasts. USB/Sata 3.0, CF/SLI... with 32nm Hexa-core support, and again... from GIGABYTE. what more u want ? :/

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    Quote Originally Posted by mdtahmid View Post
    Not sure. Maybe Core i7 930+Gigabyte X58A-UD3R package by SMART along with Twinmos 6GB 1333 DDR3 RAM followed by a GTX470 and a good PSU a lot later. I love QPI and Triple Channel a lot. This is why I plan this. My work will be a lot CPU and RAM intensive you see. I will be using OSes in VMWare, Visual Studio 2010, PCSX2 emulator, Adobe CS4, [email protected], etc. So GPU is not my primary concern. Initially, I will use my 8600GT. Then maybe I will shift. How is it?
    Pretty good config you're planning to get. As long as you don't play any games with that 8600GT, you'll be fine.
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    unless they introduce PoP/Mirror Edge styles with lara croft in bikini (gfx on par or better than AniMatrix), this game is hopeless =,='

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    Default Re: Space 703 Casing (With Photos)

    Quote Originally Posted by mdtahmid View Post
    Bro, is the GTX 275 very tall?

    I love QPI and Triple Channel a lot.
    Lol, GPUs aren't called 'tall', they're called 'long'.

    And, in i7-920 vs. i5-750, i5-750 lacks QPI & Tripple Channel DDR3, but is the performance difference that big ?

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