Today we’ll be looking at one of the first eco-friendly power supplies that we’ve ever reviewed. The In Win GreenMe series features a unique combination of eco-friendly packaging and product components to make any “green” fan rejoice. This white power supply also makes a nice change of pace to those standard black power supplies we’re used to. Read on further to take a look.
Today, we’ll be looking at one of In Win’s latest cases, the BUC 101. An upgrade from the original BUC, the BUC 101 comes equipped with two USB 3.0 ports, three 120mm fans, and an external SATA port. The case has plenty of tool-free implementations, not only for setup, but for maintenance down the road for those long-time users. Read on further to see what else this case has in store.
It has been quite a while since we have taken a look at a case from In Win. Actually the last In Win case we reviewed was the original In Win BUC. Today we are unboxing the new upgraded version of the case, the BUC 101. The BUC 101 has many new features that were not on the original BUC. Some of the features of the BUC 101 are USB 3.0 connectivity, three 120mm cooling fans and a top mounted hard drive dock. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video.
At CES 2012, In Win is showing off some things you might have already seen, and others you’ve never seen. Ray with In Win showed us their power supplies, a revised Dragon Rider chassis, along with a couple concept designs and the super limited edition XFRAME. Each chassis is sleek while being super accessible. For example, on the XFRAME, In Win has included a lockable panel that holds all of the screws, and motherboard standoffs. Also, the XFRAME is truly a limited edition. Each XFRAME will be individually numbered, and it’s rumored that the numbers may not go past triple digits.
In Win, the company that brought you many different types of cases in the past is now upgrading one of its power supply series into the 80PLUS age. The Commander II series of power supplies, the successor to the original Commander, are available in three different models: 750W, 850W and the 1200W, which we have to review today. All three models are 80PLUS Bronze certified, have an army green color scheme and a silent 135mm fan in them.
In Win is a company we know for making cases that are attractive, have all of the features you want, but still are affordable. Today we will be taking a look at their new BUC “buck” mid-tower case. The concept behind the BUC is “strong shield” and this concept is echoed through the case with its strong SECC steel construction and stylish interior and exterior. The case features a practically tool-less design, 3 120mm cooling fans, USB 3.0 connectivity, and a hot swap module on the side of the case. Let’s take a look and see if this is the perfect case for your next build.
Over the past few years In Win has been designing a lot of different cases to stir up the competition with larger manufactures. Their latest Full Tower Case, the In Win Dragon Rider is no exception to In Win’s quality products. The Dragon Rider has advanced features such as a CPU backplate cooling fan, two USB 3.0 easy access ports and support for E-ATX motherboards. The case also includes 4 fans and has support of up to 10 fans to go along with its already cool and quiet design. Let’s take a closer look.
Many people are turning to mATX setups for LAN gaming systems and home theater PC systems. There are not a ton of options when it comes to mATX cases; most are cube cases that do not offer a lot of features. Well today we have a mATX that is designed just like any other mid tower case and has quite a few options. What case are we talking about? The Dragon Slayer from In Win, let’s take a look…
The Griffin is just one of the many awesome cases of IN WIN’s Destiny Series. This case is aptly named Griffin to convey a sense of the power and strength of the product. In Win has geared the Griffin towards users who want an aesthetically pleasing case along with functionality and decent airflow. They have also added tons of nice features at a great price. Now let’s take a look at the INWIN Griffin and see if the right case for you.
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.
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