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In Win Launches 707 and 703 PC Chassis

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design and winner of internationally renowned design awards, has today announced availability of its new 707 full-tower and 703 mid-tower, mainstream PC chassis.

Available initially in Gaming Black, with Silent White following shortly after, the 707 is a full tower PC chassis with svelte, contemporary styling that blends great features and value for PC builders. Both are constructed from strong and reliable SECC steel, with the black featuring an acrylic side panel window, and the white fitted with sound damping to provide a choice of style and features.

In Win Launches Limited Edition S-Frame Concept Chassis

In Win Development Inc., multiple winner of internationally renowned design awards, has announced its innovative new 5th generation concept, the limited edition S-Frame, is now available to buy.

Awarded 'Best Design of Computex 2014' by Tom's Hardware, for "not only [an award for] the S-Frame chassis, but also for In Win's impressive manufacturing skills", the S-Frame open-air chassis is constructed from 2 meters squared of CNC cut 4 mm aluminum that is then hand-bent 15 times into its unique shape; thus combining the most unconventional craftsmanship techniques to create impeccable artistry.

In Win Also Shows off MS04 Chassis for NAS

In Win also showed off its MS04 chassis for DIY NAS and home-server builders. Measuring 275 mm x 210 mm x 236 mm (WxDxH), the case can seat a standard mini-ITX motherboard, and features four 3.5-inch SATA drive caddies behind a front lockable door. It also features a slimline optical drive bay, and an internal 2.5-inch bay for the NAS/server's master drive. Other features include two USB 3.0 front-panel ports (standard header), an intrusion switch, which can be wired to your motherboard's "chassis intrusion" header, and a single 120 mm rear exhaust fan with 4-pin PWM control. The rear panel features one half-height expansion bracket, so you can drop in third-party RAID cards, or NICs.

In Win Designs Chassis for Komplett Steam Machine

In Win showed off its big OEM catch at Computex. The company supplies the case for Norwegian online retailer's own 2014 Steam Machine. The case, built mostly with brushed metal, is roughly the size of next-generation game console. Under its hood are an Intel Core i7-4790 quad-core prorcessor, MSI B85I motherboard, NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Black graphics, 16 GB Kingston-made DDR3 memory, 480 GB Kingston-made SSD storage, 802.11 ac WLAN, gigabit Ethernet, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, 8-channel HD audio with optical SPDIF output, dual-link DVI, DisplayPort and HDMI from the graphics card, and pre-installed SteamOS operating system.

In Win Displays the GR1 and Direwolf Chassis

In Win showed off its GR1 flagship ATX full-tower chassis, that's conventional in design. Designed for E-ATX motherboards apart from conventional ATX types, the GR1 offers three 5.25-inch drive bays, eight 3.5-inch/2.5-inch ones, and a powerful cooling system that includes two 140 mm front intakes, two 140 mm bottom intakes, three 140 mm top exhausts, one 140 mm rear exhaust, and one 140 mm side intake. It combines matte white exteriors with matching interiors, with a dash of matte black. The case has ample room for water cooling gear. Also shown is the Direwolf mid-tower case. Measuring 485 mm x 210 mm x 506 mm, the case offers three 5.25-inch drive bays, and five 3.5-inch/2.5-inch ones. Cooling system includes one each of front, top, rear, 120 mm fans.

In Win Unveils S-Frame, Unique Single-piece Chassis

No, it's not a winshield sunshade an In Win employee brought to the show floor. It's the company's unique new single-piece chassis, made by folding a single piece of anodized aluminium, with holes punched at the right places, so you could screw in your motherboard, add-on cards, drives, and power supply. Since the case is cast out of a 3 mm-thick sheet, there's no chance of your 3 kg high-end PSU, 700 g hard drive, or 1 kg graphics card bending it in any way. Pictured here are the various stages in which the S-Frame is built.

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.

In Win Launches Its 901 Mini-ITX PC Chassis

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design and multiple winner of the internationally renowned red-dot Design Award, has today announced its new 901 premium mini-ITX PC chassis.

Precision Craftsmanship with No Compromise
Approaching the growing mini-ITX market with a new, premium design, the 901 features a stunning, minimalist exterior made from a single piece of 4 mm curved, hairline brushed aluminum with tinted, tempered glass panel sides. In essence, the In Win 901 is a no compromise design made with precision craftsmanship.

In Win Announces the 904 Aluminum PC Case

In Win Development has just unveiled a new addition to its PC case line-up, the 904 mid-tower. Seen below, this chassis measures 490 (H) x 192 (W) x 490 (D) mm and features an aluminum body, side panels made of tinted tempered glass, and supports ATX/micro ATX motherboards and graphics cards up to 360 mm long.

In Win's creation also has an I/O panel with USB 3.0 (x 4) and HD Audio ports, one 5.25-inch drive bay, three 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drive trays, magnetic dust filters, and can be equipped with two fans (90 mm on the back panel, 120/140 mm near the I/O panel) and a 120/140 mm liquid cooling radiator. The In Win 904 costs 179.90 Euro and is set to ship early next month.

Brace for Cylons, In Win Tòu Inbound

Initially displayed at Computex this year, In Win's latest marvel bares the name Tòu, which in Mandarin Chinese stands for transparency, or the phenomenon of light passing through a non opaque medium. A concept which In Win's designers managed to beautifully and successfully evoke with their latest creation. The Tòu employs two distinct and interestingly married materials in its construction. The case panels are made of tough, 3mm thick tempered glass, which achieves mirror like properties after receiving a special, transparent coating. While the frame is made of 2-4mm think aluminium, which is manufactured through a labor intensive process known as Sand Casting, which employs sand molds to produce the intricate shapes displayed by this design.

The Tòu is a full tower chassis, with seven PCI slots, supporting ATX motherboards and smaller form factors (mATX & mITX). It can accommodate four 120mm fans, one frontal intake and three top exhaust fans, where there is also sufficient space for a large 360mm radiator. Aside from the On/Off function, the touch controlled front panel also allows the used to cycle through the integrated fan controller speed steps and to adjust the lighting level inside the case. When the system is turned Off and no lights are On inside the case, the Tòu becomes completely opaque and all the panels become highly reflective, mirrors essentially. But when the system is On and so are the lights inside the case, the panels become transparent and the internals visible, an uncomplicated yet striking visual effect.

In Win Shows Off Serenity Series PSUs

With two of its star attractions at Computex, the tòu and the KingSize H-Frame featuring elements of mirror-finish tempered glass, it's only natural that In Win would roll out a matching PSU lineup, since it's in the business of it. Pictured below is the company's new Serenity PSU, which could be available in various higher-range capacities. The one pictured below offers 900W.

Serenity PSUs are built with chrome brush-finished steel, to match some of the company's newer cases. The units are 80 Plus Platinum-certified, offer full-range APFC, a single +12V rail design, most common protection technologies such as OCP/OVP/OLP/UVP/SCP, and various regional certifications. These units are about 18 cm long, and feature partially modular cabling. The 24-pin ATX, 4+4-pin EPS, and a pair of 6+2-pin PCIe connectors come fixed, while two additional pairs of 6+2-pin PCIe connectors, twelve to sixteen SATA power, and three to six Molex connectors come modular. The unit is cooled by a 120 mm double ball-bearing fan. Its MTBF is rated at >120,000 hours. The Serenity series supports Core "Haswell" processors' low idle power states.

In Win Also Shows Off KingSize H-Frame Case

The original H-Frame won In Win quite some praise for ingenuity, but left enthusiasts asking for something similar-looking and bigger. The company responded with the new KingSize H-Frame, on display at Computex. Pictured below next to the original, the KingSize H-Frame is an ATX full-tower that supports large motherboards, in the EATX, HPTX, XL-ATX, SSI-EEB, SSI-CEB, form-factors, apart from the common ATX. Much like the original, its design revolves around stacks of metal rings working as framework for the rest of the case, only this time they protrude out of the front sheet in a jagged pattern. In Win also replaced the brushed aluminum side panels with the same tempered, mirror-finish glass as the tòu.

The KingSize H-Frame offers a 5.25-inch drive bay that's slanted, an internal drive cage that can be configured to offer six 3.5-inch bays, or a combination of four 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch bays. All bays feature SATA back-planes, letting you slot in and out drives easily. Being an HPTX-supporting case, it features 11 expansion slot bays. The front-panel is particularly interesting, with eight USB 3.0 ports (six on the front, two on the top, all with standard headers), HD audio jacks, and a 3.5-inch hot-plug SATA bay. The motherboard tray gives you enough room for graphics cards up to 42 cm long. Cards such as the Radeon HD 7990 should comfortably fit in, with room to spare. On the cooling front, the KingSize H-Frame offers two 140 mm front intakes, a 140 mm rear exhaust, and two 140 mm bottom intakes that can make room for a 280 x 140 mm radiator.

In Win Shows Off tòu Tempered Glass Chassis

In Win was always known to be extremely imaginative and experimental with its case designs. Its Computex booth more than lived up to that reputation. The first of In Win's creations for the season is named tòu, and lets builders of great rigs take a good look at themselves. In Win took "mirror finish" a little too literally. The tòu is made of an aluminum framework, with 3 mm-thick tempered glass mirror panels lining its asymmetric shape. The panels are translucent, and you should be able to see through. The glass is so tough, that In Win deemed it LAN transport worthy, and gave it handlebars. Afterall, where else would you get to show something like this off? The In Win tòu is an ATX full-tower with 7 expansion slot bays, a bottom-oriented 5.25-inch drive bay, two 2.5-inch, and three 3.5-inch internal bays, a PSU bay for shock-jockeys up to 220 mm long, and provisions for a 120 mm front intake, and three 120 mm top exhausts, which can be used to hold a 120 x 360 mm radiator.

In Win Announces New G7 PC Cases

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator of high performance PC hardware and multiple winner of the internationally renowned red dot Design Award, has today launched its G7 mid-tower chassis. Available in aluminum gray and black with a discreet brushed metal look and meshed side panel as standard, the G7 is designed to be simple and beautiful on the outside, with leading features inside.

It supports full ATX and micro ATX motherboards, with up to 408mm graphics cards and extra-long PSUs. There is space for up to seven drive expansion slots; four of which feature In Win's EZ-Swap design and all are compatible with 2.5" SSDs. The additional, roof mounted EZ-Swap drive slot is openly accessible for quick data backup, without having to open the case.

In Win H-Fame Miniaturized to ITX Specifications

In Win unveiled the H-Frame Mini, an adaptation of the original for mini-ITX motherboards. The 263 x 122 x 273 mm case is little more than a stack of metal plates held together by bolts, which make room for the motherboard tray, and other components. Little is known about the H-Frame Mini, other than its included 120W power supply, color options, and USB 3.0-equipped front-panel.

Source: Cowcotland

In Win Intros GT1 Cases

In Win unveiled the GT1 line of ATX mid-tower cases. Available in black (with a dash of red) and white (with a dash of black and red), the cases are characterized by a unique front-intake design, a large side-panel acrylic window, and nearly tool-free innards. The GT1 in general features three 5.25-inch drive bays, from which one is occupied by an optional high-current USB port accessory (which help charge your gadgets faster), and seven 3.5-inch bays, which can each fit 2.5-inch drives with some clever screw arrangement, that are spread into two detachable drive cages that create room for long add-on cards. Ventilation includes a couple of 120 mm front intakes, a 120 mm rear exhaust, and a 140 mm top exhaust. Expect the GT1 to hold a sub-$100 price-point.

In Win Announces Innovative D-Frame Limited Edition Chassis

In the age of boring black monoliths, or loud glowy-blue ones, it's always a welcome change to see innovative open-air case designs. Take In Win's D-Frame, for example. Its design isn't much more than a thick steel roll-cage to which motherboard, PSU, and drive trays are latched onto, covered by little more than perforated metal sheets. The design allows you to both use it as an open-ended case while placing it by its sides (for overclocking), or upright, for spreading gobs and gobs of jelly at LAN-parties. Measuring about 305 x D668 x 482 mm, the D-Frame fits in standard ATX, micro-ATX, and mini-ITX motherboards, with room for long PSUs, a 5.25-inch drive, three 3.5-inch ones, and two 2.5-inchers.

In Win Announces the Commander III Power Supplies

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in high-performance PC hardware and multiple winner of the internationally renowned Red-Dot Design Award, has today launched its third generation of high wattage power supply series, the Commander III.

The military design for enthusiast PC gamers has evolved into its new 'Desert Fox' style, which aims to further evolve the appeal and success of the Commander series PSU. The new Commander III is 100% proudly designed and built by In Win in-house, with industry leading power topologies and quality control.

In Win Announces BX141 Series Gaming Cases

In Win announced the BX141 series ATX full-tower gaming PC cases. Designed to support EATX, ATX, and uATX motherboards, the BX141 is available in two variants, the BX141G (gray), and BX141W (white). Measuring 245 x 562 x 593 mm (WxDxH), and weighing about 10.9 kg, the cases are made of 0.8 mm-thick SECC steel panels and ABS plastic. The design is characterized by a largely perforated front that serves as 5.25-inch drive bays or front-fan intakes; and a large blue acrylic window on its side panel.

Drive storage includes three 5.25-inch drive bays, and eight 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive trays, split between two detachable cages of five and three trays, respectively. The drive cages can be detached to make room for extremely long graphics cards, or additional water-cooling components (such as pumps, reservoirs, etc.). Ventilation includes two red LED-lit 140 mm front intake fans, one 140 mm drive cage conveyer fan, a 140 mm rear exhaust, a top 120 mm exhaust fan, and space for two at the bottom, both which can be removed to make room for a 240 mm wide radiator.

In Win Officially Unveils the GreenMe Power Supplies

In-Win Development Inc has today announced its environmentally conscious range of GreenMe power supplies that are designed from the ground up with green credentials.

In-Win describes its new GreenMe concept as "designed to protect our environment, our goal to create a bigger change with every subsequent step we take towards greater environmental responsibility." To reinforce this philosophy, In-Win is committed to donating US$1 of every unit sold to WWF, to further protect the environment.

In Win Unveils XFrame Limited Edition Open-Frame Chassis

In-Win Development Inc. has today announced its new limited edition, open-frame chassis - the XFrame. Now professional PC builders, PC modders and overclockers can truly test, benchmark and tweak, anyway they want to, anytime they need thanks to the easy, open design that allows fast, on-the-fly changes.

In-Win's innovative X design shape provides both strength and rigidity, while also allowing the frame to stand vertically or sit horizontally on its non-slip rubberized feet. Compared to standard open-frame chassis that can only sit horizontally, this gives XFrame users an additional degree of freedom.

In-Win Announces BUC 101 Gamer Chassis

In-Win Development Inc, a leading innovator in high-quality, contemporary PC hardware and multiple winner of the internationally renowned Red-Dot Design Award, has today launched its new performance PC chassis, the BUC 101.

Its strength of design is echoed across both its boldly shaped exterior, high quality SECC steel construction and a hard-wearing black interior. With a striking expression and fantastic feature-set that includes support for multiple 300mm (11.8") graphics cards, it will perfectly suit any gamer.

In Win Shows off Carlian IV, MANA137, and 80 Plus Gold PSUs

In Win's latest case is the Carlian IV, a fancy-looking ATX mid-tower that features a wacky slide-out drive bay design, a space-age white+black color scheme, and plenty of cooling. The company also showed MANA137, an airy new, all-black mid-tower. To top it off, there were 80 Plus Gold Compliant PSUs with 900W and 1200W outputs.

In Win Readies Second Generation Commander-series PSUs

In Win announced that it's working on the second-generation Commander-series power supplies (PSUs). The new line includes three high-wattage models: 750W, 850W, and 1200W. With modular cabling design, the Commander 2G PSUs stick to the woodland camo color scheme on the body, a quiet 135 mm fan is employed to cool the unit. The new PSUs are ATX v2.31 compliant, and offer efficiency of up to 88 percent. In Win did not give out any further information.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

In Win Releases Ironclad Full ATX Case

In Win released its newest case, the Ironclad. The case makes extensive use of an industrial design with parts of its exterior making use of perforated metal, appealing more to the LAN-party animals and case-modders. It is a fairly large full-ATX tower measuring 550x225x566mm (21.7"x8.9"x22.3") HxWxD, which is made mostly of SECC steel. It has 5 external 5.25" bays and a drive cage with six 3.5" drive bays. Also included is a 2.5" bay for SSDs. The motherboard tray features cable-management holes, along with a big hole at the CPU socket area for managing CPU coolers with backplates. There are 8 expansion slots, with the 8th one making installing double-slot graphics cards on the last expansion slot easy. Each slot cover has a vent with dust-filters. Dust filters also make it to other areas such as the PSU air intake and the front grill.

The case has vents on almost every side. Fans include one 120 mm front, a rear 120 mm, a top 120 mm fan (while the top has slot for two 120 mm fans), a large 220 mm fan on the side-panel, which also has holders for four 120 mm fans instead of the 220 mm fan. Some panels also come with noise-dampening foam padding. Right below the expansion slots and above the PSU, there are four holes for water-cooling tubings, for two independent loops. The front-panel is located on the top, and has FP audio, two USB ports, two eSATA, and an IEEE-1394a. Although released, In Win didn't announce a price for the Ironclad.
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