Friday, December 23rd 2016

In Win Intros the X-Frame 2.0 Open Chassis

In Win today introduced the second generation X-Frame open-air chassis. The X-Frame 2.0 was first unveiled at the 2016 Computex expo. It features a tray-type main platform, attached to a swivel base with three feet, and a pivot, along which you can rotate the main platform along two axes, orienting it tall as a tower, or flat, giving you easy access to your hardware. A 1065W In Win SI-1065 PSU comes included. This full-modular PSU has cables for a rig with up to three high-end graphics cards, a triple +12V rail design (75A + 25A + 25A), 92% claimed efficiency, lighting, and a USB power port.

The motherboard tray has room for a standard ATX motherboard, with room for graphics cards and CPU coolers of practically limitless lengths and heights. The tray has two 2.5-inch drive mounts. The compartment below the motherboard tray has additional storage areas, with four 3.5-inch drive bays, and a 5.25-inch bay. The top compartment has a 3x 120 mm radiator mount. Front panel connectivity includes four USB 3.1 ports, of which one is type-C, and HDA audio jacks. The In Win X-Frame 2.0, with the included SI-1065 PSU, is priced at 1,499€ (incl. taxes).
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17 Comments on In Win Intros the X-Frame 2.0 Open Chassis

#1
VulkanBros
Looks like a near perfect test bench.....dust magnet :roll:
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#3
silentbogo
Definitely not for pet owners :wtf:
Kinda reminds me of Aerocool PGS Strike-X Air, but a little prettier.
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#4
AsRock
TPU addict
silentbogo said:
Definitely not for pet owners :wtf:
Kinda reminds me of Aerocool PGS Strike-X Air, but a little prettier.
Or kids, as it be your fault that ya kid or some friend of your kid got electrocuted.
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
never liked open cases, cost an insane penny and you are acquiring the right of cleaning hardware pretty often, no thanks...
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#6
natr0n
1,499€ (incl. taxes).

Are they serious .... or this a typo?
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#7
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
natr0n said:
1,499€ (incl. taxes).

Are they serious .... or this a typo?
In win... luxury craps with useless features at a high price, welcome to 2016 dude..
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#8
ironwolf
Holy Price Heart Attack Batman! :eek:
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#9
silentbogo
natr0n said:
1,499€ (incl. taxes).

Are they serious .... or this a typo?
Super-Useless Limited Edition Gaming Pro Extreme.
Just like oversized tilted aluminium/steel cases were back in a day.
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#10
Vayra86
It looks cluttered even if you clean out your cable mess.

In-Win must have had a Gluhwein too many.
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#11
Basard
natr0n said:
1,499€ (incl. taxes).

Are they serious .... or this a typo?
LMFAO.... 1500 for a case. I'm not even going to click on anything In Win anymore.
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#12
bonehead123
FINALLY....

A USB-C port on the front panel, and NO friggin USB 2 :) Its about time !

Now if only they would make a covered version, with all tempered glass panels all around, that would be great. I know this defeats the intended purpose, however, I like the rest of the design overall, but I like most others here don't wanna be stuck cleaning my rig 24/7....

And that price, ouch.....
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#13
night.fox
i want one but my wallet doesnt want one :)

thanks but no thanks
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#14
ult_nrg
Wow, was looking forward to the release of this case when I saw it at Computex to upgrade my Aerocool X-Strike Air.

But 1,500€?!? Seriously? I'll stick to my <100€ case!

bonehead123 said:
Now if only they would make a covered version, with all tempered glass panels all around, that would be great. I know this defeats the intended purpose, however, I like the rest of the design overall, but I like most others here don't wanna be stuck cleaning my rig 24/7....

And that price, ouch.....
After I saw it had no glass or anything overly fancy, I was happy as I thought it wouldn't be very expensive. Turns out I was wrong!
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#15
xorbe
The beauty shot didn't plug power into the video cards, lol
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#16
jaggerwild
xorbe said:
The beauty shot didn't plug power into the video cards, lol
They never do, makes it look cleaner...............hence MONEY SHOOT!
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#17
lexluthermiester
A person can build a test bench platform better than this for $200 or less. Is the "Apple" mentality spreading to the PC market? Seriously, this is a lame hardware mounting kit for the price. If it were in the $350 range that would be more reasonable[I'd personally still make my own]. Waste of money!
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