In Win Dragon Slayer Overview
For those thinking this case was going to be small or look like a cube case you are going to be disappointed. This case looks much like many of the other mid tower cases we have reviewed before except it is a little smaller. The case is meant to resemble medieval chain-metal armor, so I guess that is where the name Dragon Slayer comes from. You can really see this concept if you look at the front of the case.
Looking at the front of the case starting at the top there is one 5.25-inch drive bay and one 3.5-inch drive bay. Below them you have your audio connections, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and 1 USB 3.0 port. In the center below the front panel connections you will find the large power button as well as the power and activity LED’s. Moving down to the middle of the case there is a large mesh area with the In Win logo in the center. This logo will actually light up when you have your system powered on. Finally at the bottom you have 2 more 5.25-inch drive bays, giving you a total of 3.
On the top of the case towards the back there is a 140mm fan. Looking at the side panel of the case there is not a window, but a large mesh area. You are able to mount 4 120mm fans on the side panel, but they are not included.
Looking at the back of the case it looks just like any other mid tower. There is a 90mm exhaust fan and there are 3 water-cooling holes, which is nice to see, even on such a small case.
There really is not that much to the other side panel, except for a small set of honeycomb holes at the bottom. Like many other cases each side panel is held into place with thumbscrews so they are easy to take off.