Today we have the opportunity to check out In Win’s newly released chassis, the In Win Ironclad Full Tower case; an upgrade to the In Win Maelstrom. It provides all of the necessary features you could ever want in a case along with all of the tool-free devices to make installation all that much easier. This case fits the best of both worlds: cooling and quiet. With support of up to a total of 10, 120mm fans, this case should fit most everyone’s cooling needs. Both side panels are lined with sound insulating foam to help keep those fans quiet. Read on further to see what other features this case has.
|Case Size:||Full Tower Chassis|
|Thermal Solution:||1. Front:12cm Fan x 1|
2. Rear: 12cm Fan x 1
3. Top:12cm Fan x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 2)
4. Side:22cm LED Fan with switch x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 6)
5. Water-Cooling Hole Ready
|I/O Expansion Slots:||PCI-E/PCI/AGP SlotX8|
|M/B Form Factor:||1. ATX|
|Internal Drive Bay:||1. 3.5” x 6|
2. 2.5” x 1
|Power Supply:||1. ATX 12V|
2. PS 2 or EPS Power
|Safety:||1. CE and FCC Class B Requirement|
|External Drive Bay:||1. 5.25” × 5|
2. 3.5” x 1 (Converted from one 5.25” drive bay)
|Top I/O Ports:||1. eSATAx2|
4. HD/AC’97 Audio
|Material:||1.0~0.8mm SECC Steel|
The Ironclad comes packaged in an impressive looking steel box (unfortunately it’s only made out of cardboard). One side simply shows the In Win logo and Ironclad name on top of the steel box, while the other side shows the same thing, plus an additional picture of the front bezel of the case.
The smaller sides of the box cover the features and specifications plastered over the steel box.
The Ironclad comes protected by two soft pieces of foam, one of which houses the internal components. The case is also protected from dust and scratches with a plastic bag.
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