Tuesday, June 1st 2021

EK Reveals InWin 303EK D-RGB Collaboration Case

EK, the leading computer cooling solutions provider, is building on the initial collaboration with the case manufacturer and now offering the D-RGB version of the popular InWin 303 case. The new EK-Classic InWin 303EK D-RGB - Black case features a D-RGB lit distribution plate with an updated design boasting elegant gray accents for a refined look.

The 303 is one of InWin's most popular cases and has been on the market for quite a while now. It is a well-tested, market-proven case with interesting fan and radiator layout options. To top its value, a fully integrated coolant reservoir and pump in the form of a distribution plate are added. The integrated distro plate is fitted with multiple industry-standard G1/4" threaded inlets and outlets, and offers easy tubing installation. The case itself is able to support one CPU, up to two GPUs, and a top-mounted radiator.
The addressable D-RGB LED strip mounted at the side of the distribution plate connects to the motherboard's 5 V addressable D-RGB header. It is compatible with all popular RGB sync technologies from all major motherboard manufacturers.

The coolant distribution plate is equipped with a small form factor DDC 3.2 pump, capable of delivering coolant flow of up to 1000 liters per hour. The pump is powered via a 12 V Molex connector, and the speed of the pump can be adjusted via a standard PWM cable attached to your motherboard or controller.

Availability and Pricing

The EK-Classic InWin 303EK D-RGB - Black is made in Slovenia and readily available for order through the EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network.
  • EK-Classic InWin 303EK D-RGB - Black | 369.90€
Source: EK
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10 Comments on EK Reveals InWin 303EK D-RGB Collaboration Case

#1
Caring1
Covid Tax included. :eek:
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Mussels
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I like the look of that.... temptation stronk
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#3
aktpu
"The pump is powered via a 12 V Molex connector" WTH
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Mussels
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aktpu"The pump is powered via a 12 V Molex connector" WTH
i mean thats silly, but i've got molex to sata adaptors coming out of my ears - they're a cheap thing to convert
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#5
Blaylock
The only intake I see in this chassis is from the bottom. There are no images of the top, but I really hope there is exhaust up there, otherwise this case will have horrible temps.
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Mussels
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BlaylockThe only intake I see in this chassis is from the bottom. There are no images of the top, but I really hope there is exhaust up there, otherwise this case will have horrible temps.
edit: i mis-viewed the case, its got a lack of intake but the exhausts sorted. Rear and bottom intake i guess?
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aktpu
BlaylockThe only intake I see in this chassis is from the bottom. There are no images of the top, but I really hope there is exhaust up there, otherwise this case will have horrible temps.
Intake from the bottom, exhaust through the side (those three fans up top) You can add one fan as intake (or exhaust) to the back panel
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#8
ZoneDymo
why did they not flip that top rad....now you got those stupid unnecesary hoses running infront of the fans...
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#9
Blaylock
aktpuIntake from the bottom, exhaust through the side (those three fans up top) You can add one fan as intake (or exhaust) to the back panel
OK, I'm not seeing the exhaust at the top of the right side of the chassis. It could just be because the image is so dark. The PSU will be mounted behind that rad along with the bulk of the cable mess. I wouldn't expect very good temps from this chassis, but I have been surprised before. It would behoove anyone to wait for quality reviews on this case before purchasing.
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#10
micropage7
sorry from the long tube dangling ruin the feeling
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