Tuesday, October 16th 2012

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.
The case is largely tool-free, its motherboard tray features cutouts that make it easy to deal with third-party coolers, and valved ducts that enhance cable management. Front-panel connectivity includes USB 3.0, HD audio, an a SATA dock. The two will reach stores around October 26, priced around US $160.
Source: Hermitage Akihabara
Add your own comment

7 Comments on In Win Announces BX141 Series Gaming Cases

OH, I have such a headache
WOW that is one sexy case. I just wished I could get one.
Posted on Reply
dislike the face but the rest is perfect.

whats so wrong with stealth cases? nobody seems to offer a great variety of just sexy looking stealth cases.
Posted on Reply
In-Win was the shiznit back in the day. Unfortunately I can't say that I've liked many cases from them since then.

I had one of these bad boys:
Posted on Reply
They look like toys. Hell, they even have fake screws on the front.
Posted on Reply
in win needs to read the above two posts hahaha that case is STILL gorgeous
Posted on Reply
ive always thought they'd make good cases for a kid's pc.....
Posted on Reply