Friday, May 30th 2014
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.