Author: Bob Buskirk
A Look Inside
Getting inside the BUC is very simple, for quite some time now In Win has used clips instead of screws for the side panels and they work really well. Just unhook them and slide the side panel off. Once inside you can see the interior of the case is very spacious and is painted black.
Starting towards the back of the case you can see the power supply mount is lifted off the bottom of the case just slightly to provide good airflow. There are large ventilation holes to make sure air can come into your power supply from the outside. Moving up you have 7 expansion slots, which are tool-less.
At the top of the case you will find the 2 120mm cooling fans, each with In Win’s signature yellow fins. There is a large CPU cutout on the motherboard tray that will allow you to install aftermarket CPU coolers without having to remove your motherboard.
At the front of the case is the hard drive cage witch houses 5 removable trays. Each tray can fit either a 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch drive.
Moving up you have the mounting system for the 4 5.25-inch bays and the single 3.5-inch bay. Yes I said 4 5.25-inch bays, the lowest bay is an internal bay if you run out of room for hard drives! Also you will notice many routing holes inside the case that will make organizing you cables very easy. Inside the case you will find a box of goodies that has all of your mounting hardware, installation instructions, cable ties, and keys.
If we take the other side panel off the case we can see there are some routing holes and a big CPU cutout. You also can see the In Win has preinstalled power and SATA connections on 4 of the hard drive bays, making them hot-swappable.