Monday, November 15th 2021

In Win Announces DIY Series Cases—AIRFORCE (ATX) and EXPLORER (Mini-ITX)

Bringing the "do it yourself" ethos to the case itself, InWin today announced its new AIRFORCE ATX mid-tower and EXPLORER Mini-ITX DIY PC chassis. Following its innovative ultra-light ALICE PC chassis, the new AIRFORCE and EXPLORER are created for DIY enthusiasts to enjoy assembling detailed, modular gaming chassis on their own. Everything clips together effortlessly.


Made from strengthened ABS plastic with tempered glass side panels, choose between a simple Bone White or Justice White that has vibrant mixes of red, blue and yellow that users can assemble the modular 10-piece Mini-ITX chassis. Builders can choose between a ventilated ABS or SECC front panel - both are included in the box and can be easily swapped whenever! Other tool-less features include quick-release side panels and dust filters, in addition to the quick-release front panel.
Despite its miniature size the EXPLORER has a spacious interior: supporting up to 330 mm, triple-slot graphics cards, 160 mm ATX PSUs, up to 240 mm radiators (2x120mm fans) and two storage drive spaces. InWin includes three premium Luna AL120 fans in the package that are ideal for either liquid-cooling radiators or in-case airflow. The Luna AL120 features a soft radiating glow from its internal ARGB lighting, which can be controlled via compatible ARGB motherboard software.

The front panel doesn't skimp on connectivity either, including a USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port, plus two USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A ports, and 3.5 mm HD headphone and microphone sockets.

AIRFORCE Mid-Tower
Also made from strengthened ABS plastic with tempered glass side panels, AIRFORCE features a 19-piece modular set for builders to clip together. Choose to team up with a classic Phantom Black style or Justice White with vibrant mixes of red, blue, and yellow.

This ATX mid-tower features a spacious interior for maximum expandability. Compatible with up to 12x13 inch E-ATX motherboards, high-end graphics cards up to 390 mm in length, 170 mm tall CPU heatsinks, premium 180 mm ATX power supplies and up to four storage drives. InWin's extensive case design expertise has included user friendly features such as a tool-less drive cage, quick-release side panels and easily removable dust filters.

AIRFORCE offers seven spaces for case fans; three front, three top and one rear. InWin even includes four, premium Luna AL120 fans in the package to ensure PCs are well chilled. The front I/O panel includes a USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port among two USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A ports, plus 3.5 mm HD headphone and microphone sockets.

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6 Comments on In Win Announces DIY Series Cases—AIRFORCE (ATX) and EXPLORER (Mini-ITX)

#1
Crackong
Send the explorer to Linus he will love it

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#2
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Too bad the AF doesnt have a 5.25 bay option...
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#3
Chaitanya
Looks like someone robbed lego factory for colours and plastic.
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#4
Hyderz
looks more of gundam colors scheme
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#5
Valantar
So, a 20l case with the clearances of a <15l case and the looks of an early 2010s cube case merged with an early 2000s beige box? Yeah, no thanks. That Lego/Gundam/whatever-like color scheme is a bit fun at least, but no, this is not for me.
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#6
Ferrum Master
Marines always do get the short stick, ain't it :D
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