In Win is a company we know for making cases that are attractive, have all of the features you want, but still are affordable. Today we will be taking a look at their new BUC “buck” mid-tower case. The concept behind the BUC is “strong shield” and this concept is echoed through the case with its strong SECC steel construction and stylish interior and exterior. The case features a practically tool-less design, 3 120mm cooling fans, USB 3.0 connectivity, and a hot swap module on the side of the case. Let’s take a look and see if this is the perfect case for your next build.
Shield protection design and top build quality
With strong, hard wearing SECC steel and a black coating throughout, accompanied by aesthetic design resembling the ‘Shield’ concept, the BUC is not only attractive it’s built to last!
EZ-Swap SATA with security
With three lockable, EZ-Swap SATA HDD bays; In-Win has designed a PC chassis that’s both highly flexible and manageable, while retaining important security demand of the users.
Build your PC with ease
The motherboard tray hole behind the CPU socket allows easy removal of back-mounted CPU coolers, without having to remove the motherboard, while a tool-free design for optical drives and hard drives makes the PC building it quick and easy.
Backlighting as a standard
With a front LED fan and backlit red In-Win logo, the dark case is offset for attractive visual additions.
Stable, reliable PC builds
The base mounted PSU increases case stability and an included, removable fan filter protects it against the dust and dirt.
Super Speed USB 3.0 and storage tray
With Super-Speed USB 3.0 and a place to drop your keys, phone or portable hard drives, the BUC provides convenient and practical interior and exterior for every enthusiast.
The BUC comes in a nice colorful retail package. On the front you have a large picture of the case in action. On the back there is a BUC logo.
On one side of the case you have the specifications and on the other you have the features. Opening the box up the case is nicely protected with large pieces of styrofoam and a plastic cover.
Oct 06, 2015 0