In Win GT1 Overview
Like most In Win cases the GT1 has a very sleek and attractive design to it. We received the black version of the case, but In Win is also offering it in a white version. The GT1 is a mid tower with the official dimensions of 475 x 210 x 491mm (18.7” x 8.3” x 19.3”).
Starting at the front of the case you have three 5.25-inch drive bays. These have a mesh covering and easy-release latches on them.
Moving down there is a large mesh section that covers up a 120mm intake fan that is included. There is room for a second 120mm fan here. You will notice larger holes in the front of the case, In Win includes little red inserts that will give the front of the case a little more style.
Towards the top of the case is where you are going to find all of your connections. You have two USB 2.0 ports, a single USB 3.0 port and audio connections. There are also blue accent LEDs on each side of the case. On the actual top of the case is your power and reset buttons as well as a fan controller and has silence and turbo modes.
At the back of the case there is a large ventilated section that has a the same larger holes as the front. You are not able to use the color inserts on these holes though. The ventilated section covers up mounting points for two 120mm fans, but they are not included. Also on the top of the case is a hard drive dock, which can also be used to hold your keys or smartphone.
The side panel of the case has a very large window with an In Win logo in the center. The window is large enough to show off all of your installed hardware.
On the back of the case you will find a red LED 120mm exhaust fan. Above it are two watercooling holes that do have the rubber inserts included. There are 7 expansion slots and of course your power supply is going to be mounted on the bottom of the case. Each of the side panels have thumbscrews on them for easy removal.
On the bottom side of the case are 4 large feet and two fan filters. There are the more flimsy type of filters, but you can remove them for cleaning.