Friday, May 30th 2014

In Win D-Frame Mini Pictured, Designed for High-End ITX

Ahead of its formal unveiling in the sidelines of Computex 2014, In Win showed us the compact version of its iconic D-Frame chassis, the D-Frame Mini. Designed for mini-ITX motherboards, the case is practically open-air, with smoked acrylic panels lining two of its sides, and the various enclosures clinging on to its rod-frame. Unlike the original, the D-Frame Mini features a black main frame, and doesn't end up looking like construction scaffolding. The case has enough room for a high-end ITX build, complete with liquid cooling, a high-end PSU, multiple 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives; and so on. We'll get you the specifics soon.
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8 Comments on In Win D-Frame Mini Pictured, Designed for High-End ITX

#1
natr0n
Hello roll cage/scaffold PC. We meet again. o_O
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james888
I wish someone would sell a motherboard tray like that for a good price. I don't need the cage.
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Fx
Oh, great. Now I can safely take my PC out to the dunes on my dune buggy to catch some air.
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#4
Am*
That is the ugliest case I've seen in a long time. I presume they had a plumber's idea of a PC in mind when they designed this case :shadedshu:
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bogami
Hay end ITX wich can not homeng R-9 295x is not Hay End ITX :P to litle.
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Jizzler
by: bogami
Hay end ITX wich can not homeng R-9 295x is not Hay End ITX :p to litle.
I think they gave it exactly enough room for a 12" card. Judging by the motherboard standoffs and knowing from other photos that the 120mm x 2 fan mount does not get in the way of the video card, an R9-295x2 seems very possible.

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bogami
by: Jizzler
I think they gave it exactly enough room for a 12" card. Judging by the motherboard standoffs and knowing from other photos that the 120mm x 2 fan mount does not get in the way of the video card, an R9-295x2 seems very possible.


It seems that my concerns are premature. Base plate 17mm and 15mm at least free. Radiators should also be able tobildup not to mention 4 hard drives or 3 hard drives and optical unit ... the first picture is this all seemed much smaller .Dust filters are necessary !Or every 2 months will require a complete cleaning action..looks nice but is very impractical solution.Of course you can add filters to the radiator fan .Decisions and the Budget ....but would not wandering around with such case as the glass is too sensitive but precisely because they allegedly have a framework. Thick plexi would be needed .
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badtaylorx
by: bogami
It seems that my concerns are premature. Base plate 17mm and 15mm at least free. Radiators should also be able tobildup not to mention 4 hard drives or 3 hard drives and optical unit ... the first picture is this all seemed much smaller .Dust filters are necessary !Or every 2 months will require a complete cleaning action..looks nice but is very impractical solution.Of course you can add filters to the radiator fan .Decisions and the Budget ....but would not wandering around with such case as the glass is too sensitive but precisely because they allegedly have a framework. Thick plexi would be needed .
NO dust builds up in dframes....

i mean NONE!!!

on a side note, im dissapointed. the last few years weve gotten cool cases from in win at Computex .

just a die shrink this year.....
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