Wednesday, August 21st 2019

InWin Announces A1 PLUS and 103 Phantom Gaming Edition Chassis In Partnership with ASRock's Phantom Gaming Alliance

InWin has today announced two new chassis developed in partnership with ASRock's Phantom Gaming Alliance: the 103 Phantom Gaming Edition and A1 PLUS Phantom Gaming Edition. The 103 and A1 PLUS are suitable for ATX and Mini-ITX gamers respectively that are looking for a brand-aligned build. The chassis showcase ASRock's Phantom Gaming "Fast, Mysterious, and Unbeatable" styling of red and grey accents among both all-black chassis.

"With our strong heritage in creating chassis designed for PC gamers, we are excited to join the ASRock Phantom Gaming Alliance. InWin and ASRock share a spirit that aims to give gamers the best hardware for their systems, and by working together we assure them that our high-quality products work well together." said Nelly Hsieh, Global Marketing Manager at InWin.
InWin 103 Phantom Gaming Edition
The 103 includes InWin's iconic hexagon styling ventilation, 3 mm tempered glass side-panel with tool-less entry and a top-mounted PSU design. This lends itself to better cable management and GPU cooling as the bottom-mounted fans have an unhindered airflow path to cool the system above. Ultimately, the 103 series gives a rare best of both: excellent cooling performance and great views of the internal hardware; ideal for PC gamers and build enthusiasts alike.

InWin A1 PLUS Phantom Gaming Edition
The A1 PLUS is ideal for small form factor gaming builds. It features a combination of tempered glass and strong SECC steel, plus InWin's iconic hexagonal vents. With detailed craftsmanship throughout, the innovative internal structure provides hassle-free installation and the capacity to house powerful hardware in its compact 20-liter size. A pre-installed 650 W 80 PLUS Gold power supply is placed in an isolated chamber and its cables are pre-routed through the chassis; allowing easier access to the compact system's internals. A Qi-wireless charger is even integrated into the top of the chassis for user's convenience.

"We are proud to have InWin join the Phantom Gaming Alliance, as their innovation, passion and dedication on gaming PC chassis aligns with the core value of the Phantom Gaming product line," said Chris Lee, General Manager of ASRock Motherboard & Gaming Peripherals Business Unit. "With the launch of the InWin Phantom Gaming edition chassis, it gives our customers more options to build a unique gaming PC."
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4 Comments on InWin Announces A1 PLUS and 103 Phantom Gaming Edition Chassis In Partnership with ASRock's Phantom Gaming Alliance

#1
bonehead123
y....A....w...N...

moar s.o.s.s.l.l.....

nuthin new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :)
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Vayra86
bonehead123, post: 4101966, member: 139670"
y....A....w...N...

moar s.o.s.s.l.l.....

nuthin new here kiddies, back to nappy time now :)
You say this under every case announcement.

I'm curious, what are you looking for in a case that isn't there yet? There are quite a few pretty original designs out there the past few years.
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#3
bonehead123
Vayra86, post: 4102161, member: 152404"
You say this under every case announcement. I'm curious, what are you looking for in a case that isn't there yet? There are quite a few pretty original designs out there the past few years.
I say it because it's true.......

Although I've had 17 cases in recent years and now have the 3 that I want to keep, at least for the next several years (TT900, Level 20XT, Air740), I might be tempted to change to other ones IF, and only IF, some mfgr would release some that are different from the never-ending boring rectangular boxen with ever-growing complements of R.friggin.G.friggin.B'zzzz, gimped front venting & I/O, and thinner & thinner TG panels....... ALL with zero added benefits whatsoever........

If thats not clear enough, I am looking for something that shows a willingness to NOT copy what everyone else is doing and come up with something innovative and stylish, with extreme attention to the smallest details, with excellent fit, finish and configuration options, like the ones I already have :)

If you have examples of new or recently released cases (no open-air please) that meet my criteria, please buzz me with links to them & I'll be glad to let you know what I think of them :D
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#4
Khonjel
The only innovation happening is in small run ITX case space. Look there. No need to spam standard design case announcements then.
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