Wednesday, January 4th 2017

In Win Releases the 305 Mid-Tower Chassis

In-Win has introduced a new tower chassis to their lineup, sporting a sleek design and tempered glass side panel (of the tool-less variety; users need only press the handle for it to pop out. The jury is still out on whether or not this is a hazardous feature). There's a steel, plastic and tempered glass construction that join together to create one of the more subdued, yet aesthetically pleasing designs the company has come up with. Space for 7x 120 mm fans means your rig will hardly ever suffer form constrained heat, while the overall dimensions of the chassis mean there's support for up to 160 mm high tower coolers, up to 200 mm PSUs (kept in a separate chamber), and up to 350 mm graphics cards. Out of the box, there's support for 2x 3.5" and 2x 2.5" drive bays (with a potential extra slot for the latter).
Front panel connectivity consists of 2x USB 2.0 ports, 1x USB 3.0 port, a fan speed switch, and a pair of HD audio jacks. The 305 Mid-Tower chassis dimensions' come up at 500 mm (H) x 248 mm (W) x 484 mm (D). The In-Win 305 is available right now in white or black options, starting at $115 MSRP. One last note goes towards the side-panel's honeycomb-design cutouts, which look very pleasing and should allow for sufficient airflow.
Source: In Win
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6 Comments on In Win Releases the 305 Mid-Tower Chassis

#1
_JP_
Despite the water-cooling features kind of dictating the use of it, it looks awesome and very neat.
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#2
ensabrenoir
...i like In win and this case but to state that they defy the stereotypical "box" design while showcasing a box design is kinda funny(# marketing)......but i still like the case.
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#3
Valantar
"In Win. Sleek looks and god-awful airflow solutions since 1986."


If that isn't their slogan, it sure should be.
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#4
Firedrops
So... 303 with a slightly different front panel?

There seems to be no LEDs so they've saved on LEDs and cabling BOM, also fewer assembly steps on these, so why is this more expensive?
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#5
THE_EGG
Very tasty. I love the wooden accent on the white one. Waiting for an updated In-Win 301 with some wood and I'll switch.

Firedrops said:
So... 303 with a slightly different front panel?
Seems like it.
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