Tuesday, November 12th 2019

In Win Unveils 925 Full Tower Case with Equal Intake-Exhaust Airflow

In Win unveiled the 925 full-tower chassis with a unique design that places three 120 mm exhaust fans at the case's rear to match the three 120 mm intake fans at the front. With it, the case achieves a balanced air pressure. A roughly 3.5-inch gap between the rear panel and the rear fan mounts ensures you can have these fans without blocking your expansion cards or the rear I/O. You unfasten four thumb-screws to detach the fan-mount and gain access to the rear I/O. When in place, your I/O cables are routed out through gaps along the sides or bottom of the mount. The left and right side panels are made of tinted tempered glass.

Inside, the In Win 925 features a conventional horizontally partitioned layout, with the upper compartment holding the motherboard tray that has room for an E-ATX (or smaller) motherboard, add-on cards up to 42 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 20 cm in height, and a vertical PCIe riser based mounting area. The bottom compartment has room for a PSU that's up to 20 cm in length. Storage options include two 3.5-inch caddies that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, two 3.5-inch mounts, and three 2.5-inch mounts. Ventilation includes three 120 mm or two 140 mm front intakes; three 120 mm rear exhausts, and three 120 mm top exhausts. Measuring 570 mm x 280 mm x 608 mm (HxWxD), the case dry-weighs 17.8 kg. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.1 type-C, two USB 3.1 type-A, and HDA jacks. Available from late-November, the In Win 925 is priced at 499€ (including VAT).
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19 Comments on In Win Unveils 925 Full Tower Case with Equal Intake-Exhaust Airflow

#1
LocutusH
Equal intake exhaust.... i would really ask why... but i will just assume, this is another pointless marketing product.
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#2
UltraThicc
This thing is a behemoth :O
Rear triple fan mounts should provide good GPU cooling.
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#3
Xzibit
Less warmed air being dumped on the components if it were in the front or the bottom.
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#4
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Some of those DisplayPort HBR3 cables with long connector stubs and thick cables could be no-go for this rear panel.
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#5
bonehead123
uhmm,,, no....

who the hell would want fans covering all of your pcie slots ????

Then anytime you want/need to plug/unplug something the fans are in your way....

Seriously, W...T...F... were they thinkin ???
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#6
Kohl Baas
LocutusH
Equal intake exhaust.... i would really ask why... but i will just assume, this is another pointless marketing product.
I'd rather ask what is the meaning of "intake" and "exhaust" regadring a case that has literally 1-3cm gaps between the sidepanels and the frame. I mean if you want to speak about the balance of in and out you need to have at least some level of air tightness, right?
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#7
Turmania
I have to hand it to Inwin, they try to do something different always. most of their designs I do not like, like this one. but they try and inonovate. I respect that.
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#8
erixx
Nice as usual. Now the fun: Everytime you plug/unplug some cable at the rear... fingers and blood flying inside your case, you can't out-mod that move! :roll:
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#9
E-curbi
928 Super Tower $999 > 925 Full Tower $499 > 922 Mid-Tower $249

Vincent Vega wants to know - "Where's the 922 Mid-Tower?" :D

"What's all that crap in her face?"

"Where's my Royale with Cheese?"



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#10
DeathtoGnomes
3 intake 6 exhaust would not exactly call it equal.

its a great case for air flow. but, its negative pressure, so an owner would need to do cleaning more frequently.
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#12
kapone32
I can't believe the price tag for a case that cannot support a 360 rad. The only good thing I see about this case is the 3 rear exhaust fans. Even if the case comes with 8-10 120mm fans they better be PWM.
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#13
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
I would be shooting holes through the front panel for equal intake
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#14
Kohl Baas
erixx
Nice as usual. Now the fun: Everytime you plug/unplug some cable at the rear... fingers and blood flying inside your case, you can't out-mod that move! :roll:
It's called a "Fan-grill". It grills fans. :D
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#16
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
In Win Intaketh and In Win Extracteth away - Let us pray.
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#17
Th3pwn3r
It looks like premium materials so premium price...

Probably not going to sell too well.
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#18
DeathtoGnomes
FreedomEclipse
In Win Intaketh and In Win Extracteth away - Let us pray.
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#19
Assimilator
499 freaking Euros for that? In Win seems to be following in Lian Li's footsteps and taking all the piss.
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