Thursday, May 19th 2016

In Win Unveils the 303 Mid-Tower Case

In Win unveiled the 303, its latest mid-tower case featuring a monolithic design with as few cuts, curves, and creases as possible. Available in matte black and glossy white, with a full tempered glass side panel; the 303 measures 500 mm x 215 mm x 480 mm (HxWxD), with room for graphics cards as long as 35 cm, CPU coolers as tall as 16 cm, up to 20 cm long PSUs, and standard ATX motherboards.

The 303 features a top-perpendicular PSU bay, covered by a 3x 120 mm (360 mm) radiator bay. There's a similar radiator bay along the base of the case. A rear 120 mm fan completes the ventilation. Drive bays include two each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch. Front panel connectivity includes HDA audio jacks, and two each of USB 3.0 (type-A, standard header), and USB 2.0 ports. The 303 is expected to be priced at 99€ (incl VAT).
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16 Comments on In Win Unveils the 303 Mid-Tower Case

#1
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
"btarunr said:
The 303 is expected to be priced at 99€
InWin? €99? You're sure you're not missing two 9's off of that?
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#2
atomicus
So where does the rad go? Behind the PSU? In front of it? Beside it? How would any configuration work with all the cables coming out the PSU? How is air supposed to flow through there, either way?? As with most In-Win designs, no thought seems to have been put in to actual cooling, they've just placed vents where they think it looks cool.
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#4
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Would have been awesome with a solid panel. Not a huge fan of the grills on the right side.
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#5
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
"atomicus said:
So where does the rad go? Behind the PSU? In front of it? Beside it?
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#6
ensabrenoir
reminds me of a full sized node 202 sorta.....
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#7
GreiverBlade
interesting PSU placement, the intake is on the side and not on the CPU, well like that a top placed PSU is not less likable than a bottom placed

"ensabrenoir said:
reminds me of a full sized node 202 sorta.....
yep ... thought so too ...
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#8
jaggerwild
"atomicus said:
So where does the rad go? Behind the PSU? In front of it? Beside it? How would any configuration work with all the cables coming out the PSU? How is air supposed to flow through there, either way?? As with most In-Win designs, no thought seems to have been put in to actual cooling, they've just placed vents where they think it looks cool.
In Win has some of the coolest designs I've seen in a long time, at least there not pumping out cookie cutters to the masses. I have a D frame Mini I love it!
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#9
Caring1
Nice, I'll have to look in to one for a build.
It looks like the feet can be removed and the case laid down on it's side so the glass is on top.
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#10
THE_EGG
Fking YES. This is one of the few recently released cases that actually tempts me to replace my Enthoo Pro. I just wish the radiator bay supported 140mm sizes for my h110 :(
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#11
ZoneDymo
very nice but I would want one with a reversed motherboard
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#12
$ReaPeR$
i like this alot, the only "drawback" i find is the psu placement..
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#13
Eukashi
where are we mounted a 240mm AIO Liquid cooler on this case?
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#14
jaggerwild
"Eukashi said:
where are we mounted a 240mm AIO Liquid cooler on this case?
On the bottom.
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#15
THE_EGG
"Eukashi said:
where are we mounted a 240mm AIO Liquid cooler on this case?
On the side of it (or rather inside). See RCoon's pic below.
"RCoon said:

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#16
GhostRyder
Wow sexy looks and sexy price from In WIN? Its not the greatest price in the world but for In win that is pretty inexpensive for a case that looks and has features on it.
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