Author: Bob Buskirk
A Look Inside
Taking a look inside you can see that In Win has continued the white look, which is really going to make your components pop. At the top front of the case In Win is using a tool-less system for the optical drives. We will have to see how well it works during installation.
Moving down there are two drive cages. The top cage has five hard drive trays and the bottom cage has three. The hard drive trays are made of plastic and easily come out. They support both 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch hard drives. Both of the hard drive cages can be removed if you choose to do so.
There is another 140mm fan mounted on the top hard drive cage. Moving down there is room for a bottom-mounted 120/140mm fan, but it is not included. Your power supply will sit on a small riser for better airflow.
Moving up all of the expansion slots use thumbscrews and you have a 140mm exhaust and 120mm top-mounted fan. In total that gives you 5 included fans, that sure is a lot! At the top of the case there is also room to install two more fans.
There is a very large CPU cutout that will allow you to install an aftermarket CPU cooler without having to take your motherboard out of the case. There are 6 cable routing holes, 5 of which have rubber inserts that will ensure that you won’t rip your cables.
Taking the opposite side panel off the case you can see how all of your cables will be routing and how the case is set up. There is just under an inch of space between the motherboard tray and the back of the case. This will be more than enough room to route all of your cables.