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In Win Intros Polaris Silent Case Fans

In Win today rolled out its Polaris Silent case fans. These 120 mm fans come in three key variants, the Polaris LED, which features a single-color LED illumination (and comes in sub-variants of red, blue, and green); the Polaris RGB, which comes with RGB multi-color LEDs; and the Polaris RGB Premium, which come with anodized aluminium frames, besides RGB LED lighting. The In Win Polaris is a 120 mm fan, with a circular frame. The mounts on the corners of the frame are rubberized to dampen vibration, and on the RGB-equipped variants, feature LED daisy-chaining headers, which let you connect up to three fans in a daisy-chain, and control them from a single fan that's plugged into a standard RGB header on your motherboard. The fan supports most modern RGB LED software standards, such as ASUS Aura Sync RGB, MSI Mystic Light, and GIGABYTE RGB Fusion.

As a fan, the Polaris series features high temperature-range PBT plastic making up the impellers, and polycarbonate frames for the Polaris LED and Polaris RGB variants; and aluminium making up the frames on the Polaris RGB Premium. Its motor features 35,000-hour rated sleeve bearing. The fans take in 4-pin PWM input, spinning between 500 to 1,280 RPM, pushing up to 43.31 CFM of air, with a noise output of up to 20.2 dBA. The fans will be sold in single-unit and two-unit packs.

In Win Announces Availability of Their Aurora RGB LED Fans

In Win has finally announced availability of their Aurora RGB LED fans. We've seen tome a couple of times before - one of them on Computex. Only now are these innovative, daisy-chainable and remote-controlled fans being put up for sale, though.

The Aurora RGB LED fans are first to support multi-unit daisy-chaining, so one fan's power input and control can be shared with multiple fans. This way, you can control each of your multiple fan configurations (say, three fans on the front panel of your case, plus the three fans for your GPU's radiator, plus two fans for your CPU AIO) by simply pointing the remote at them.

In Win WINBOT is a Spherical E-ATX Case with Biometric Chops

The star attraction at In Win booth was a spherical, globe-shaped chassis called WINBOT, which is a lot larger than it looks in these pictures. Made of aluminium and molded acrylic, the case is characterized by a clear, transparent sphere, which surrounds the motherboard tray, and mounts for the PSU bay, drive bay, and a liquid-cooling setup. The case opens up like a Pokeball. Its most striking feature, however, is an in-built biometric security system, complete with facial recognition, voice recognition system, and a voice command interface. The facial recognition uses multiple cameras to map the 3D contours of a face, and can tell a real face from a picture of one. When not authenticating yourself using the Windows Hello-ready face-recognition, you can also use the cameras to take some groovy 3D selfies. Taking this thing to your next vacation, however, could be a bit of a problem.

Getting down to the brass tacks of the WINBOT as a case, there's little to wish for - you get room for an E-ATX motherboard, graphics cards up to 33 cm in length, CPU coolers 17 cm in height, multiple 2.5-inch drive mounts, and a cooling system which includes three "front" (if you can call it that) 120 mm intakes, and two 120 mm rear exhausts, with multiple radiator mounts. The front-panel connectivity includes a USB 3.1 type-C port, three USB 3.0/3.1 type-A, and HDA jacks. The case measures 700 mm x 685 mm x 648 mm (yeah, it's huge).

Is Wood the Next Big Case Material? In Win Thinks So

In Win is one of the most influential brands when it comes to case-design, the company is at the cutting edge of implementing new materials. If 2015-16 was all about tempered glass, 2017-18 could be about wood, at least that's what In Win thinks so. The company unveiled two cases with plywood (particle-board) panels, the In Win 806 ATX mid-tower, and the Gaming Cube A1 cubical mini-ITX. Both cases feature a slightly lime-tinted wood panel. On the 806, it dominates the design running from the front to the top; on the A1, it finishes off the top. Both cases further feature aluminium and tempered glass, the two other premium materials for PC cases.

The Gaming Cube A1 measures 200 mm x 268 mm x 340 mm (WxHxD), and features a pedestal-type layout for its motherboard tray, which frees up room for a dual-slot (well, 2.5-slot) graphics card up to 31.5 cm in length. It can hold an SFX power-supply, and a CPU cooler up to 16 cm in height. Cooling features include two 120 mm bottom intakes and a 120 mm exhaust each on the rear and side. The In Win 806, on the other hand, is a mid-tower measuring 215 mm x 490 mm x 468 mm, with room for CPU coolers as tall as 17 cm, and graphics cards as long as 32 cm. Cooling includes two 120 mm mounts each along the top, bottom, and front; and a rear exhaust. The case features reversible USB 3.1 type-C front-panel ports.

In Win's Classic, Premium, Force (F1), and Force (FM) PSUs Pictured at CES 2017

In Win, who recently announced a partnership with EKWB in some of its cases, showed of some PSUs that will hit retail availability this year. The cover the full spectrum of a given product line, with flagship (Classic), high-tier (Premium), mid-range and entry-level (FM and F1) PSUs. Having their very own production line ensures In Win can continuously test and improve their CPU designs without being dependent on other manufacturers.

In Win Shows Off the 303 Type-C Chassis

In Win showed off a new variant of its 303 chassis, the 303 Type-C. As its name suggests, the case features a USB 3.1 type-C front panel port, backed by standard USB 3.0/3.1 headers, besides two each of USB 3.0/3.1 and USB 2.0/1.1 type-A ports; and standard HDA audio jacks. The case is otherwise identical to the original In Win 303, which it launched in May 2016.

IN WIN and EK Water Blocks Announce Strategic Partnership

In Win Development Inc., a leading manufacturer of innovative PC cases, and EK Water Blocks (EKWB), the leader in the high-end PC water cooling components, today announced their strategic partnership, which includes jointly developed products, sales bundles and joint marketing activities. At the beginning of this year's CES in Las Vegas, Win will be exhibiting a D-Frame 2.0 of the Signature series, equipped with an assembly unit developed by EKWB, which takes up their high-end water cooling components. Further jointly developed products will be presented during 2017.

The future sales partner extends to North and Latin America as well as other European regions in which Win and EKWB have set the goal to offer enthusiasts perfect, matched products consisting of high-end water cooling components and exclusive enclosures.

In Win Intros the X-Frame 2.0 Open Chassis

In Win today introduced the second generation X-Frame open-air chassis. The X-Frame 2.0 was first unveiled at the 2016 Computex expo. It features a tray-type main platform, attached to a swivel base with three feet, and a pivot, along which you can rotate the main platform along two axes, orienting it tall as a tower, or flat, giving you easy access to your hardware. A 1065W In Win SI-1065 PSU comes included. This full-modular PSU has cables for a rig with up to three high-end graphics cards, a triple +12V rail design (75A + 25A + 25A), 92% claimed efficiency, lighting, and a USB power port.

The motherboard tray has room for a standard ATX motherboard, with room for graphics cards and CPU coolers of practically limitless lengths and heights. The tray has two 2.5-inch drive mounts. The compartment below the motherboard tray has additional storage areas, with four 3.5-inch drive bays, and a 5.25-inch bay. The top compartment has a 3x 120 mm radiator mount. Front panel connectivity includes four USB 3.1 ports, of which one is type-C, and HDA audio jacks. The In Win X-Frame 2.0, with the included SI-1065 PSU, is priced at 1,499€ (incl. taxes).

In Win Intros the Classic Series 80 Plus Platinum PSUs

In Win today released its Classic series premium power-supplies. Available in two variants, the C-750W and the C-900W, these PSUs feature fully modular cabling. Both units offer an identical power connector loadout, with four 6+2 pin PCIe, one 4+4 pin EPS, the 24-pin ATX, nine SATA-power, six Molex, and two Berg. Under the hood, the In Win Classic series PSUs feature single +12V rail design, with 80 Plus Platinum switching efficiency, a suite of electrical protection mechanisms, active-PFC, and support for ATX v2.4/EPS2.92 standards. The units are cooled by 120 mm temperature-activated fans. The In Win C-750W is priced at 169.90€, while the C-900W goes for 194.90€ (including taxes). Both models are backed by 7-year warranties.

In Win Unveils the D-Frame 2.0 Chassis

In Win today unveiled the second edition of its pioneering open-air case, the D-Frame. The new D-Frame 2.0 sets itself apart from its predecessor by adding a 2-tone color-scheme to its main chassis beams, and styling elements, without compromising on its core design principles. The case comes in 2-tone color options of black+gold, black+green, and white+blue. The case comes with tinted tempered glass side panels.

Inside, you get room for an E-ATX motherboard, graphics cards up to 35 cm long with the drive cages in place, up to 41.5 cm with them removed; CPU coolers as tall as 16.5 cm, and four 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drives. The case includes an In Win SIII 1065W PSU. Ventilation (besides the obvious openness), includes fan-brackets that hold on to two or three 120 mm fans along the front or top panels, and a rear 120 mm exhaust. Front panel connectivity includes USB 3.1 type-C and type-A ports. Measuring 548 mm x 291 mm x 726 mm (HxWxD), the case weighs about 22.5 including the PSU (those steel beams aren't hollow). The D-Frame 2.0, including its 1065W PSU, is priced at EUR 1,299€ (incl. VAT).

In Win Signature S-Series 1065W PSU Pictured

In Win designed one of the classiest looking PSUs on the Computex showfloor, with the Signature S-Series 1065W. This 80 Plus Platinum rated PSU features a unique product design, with a chunky aluminium grill plate covering amber colored 165 mm fan on the SIII, a golden copper grill in the SII, and a red brushed aluminium grill in the SI. A strip of amber (almost whiskey-colored) LEDs light up the unit's innards, which can be viewed from the tempered glass side panels. The large capacitors make the PSU look like a retro audio amp. You have enough juice and straws for a machine with up to three high-end video cards. The PSU also allows 3 steps of manual overrides to let you increase its Wattage (at the expense of reduced switching efficiency).

In Win Intros Aurora: the First Case Fan with Wireless Remote and Daisy Chaining

In Win introduced the wackiest (and possibly the smartest) case fan we've seen at Computex this year, the Aurora. This is the first fan to support wireless remote control. It's also the first fan to support multi-unit daisy-chaining, so one fan's power input and control can be shared with multiple fans. This way, you can control each of your multiple liquid cooling radiators by simply pointing the remote at them.

As simply a fan, the Aurora is a 120 mm spinner, with 800 to 1,400 RPM speeds in PWM mode, and 2,000 RPM in high-voltage mode (12V). At 1,400 RPM, it can push 40.26 CFM of air, with a noise output of 23.7 dBA. The remote allows you to fine tune fan-speed (within the PWM speed range), set and switch between presets, and control the lighting. Each fan features two 6-pin power ports, with which you can daisy-chain multiple fans. Each fan ships with a connector.

In Win X-Frame 2.0 Pictured

Here's the first picture of the second-generation X-Frame, In Win's iconic case that created a new form-factor. The new X-Frame features swivel base with legs, to which a black base plate is attached on a pivot. This plate is also the motherboard tray, and holds the various other parts of the case together. There's room for all your liquid cooling gear on this side of the case. The reverse side features drive bays.

In Win Shows Off the 805 Infinity Case with ASUS Aura Support

In Win announced its latest creation for case modders with "bright" ideas, the 805 Infinity. This ATX mid-tower features tempered glass panels on three sides, with aluminium making up its metal bits, and supports RGB LED lighting effects through ASUS Aura standard support. It's also one of the disturbingly few cases we've seen at Computex this year to feature USB 3.x type-C front-panel ports. Like most cases, though, it features drive bays in its lower portion, freeing up room besides the motherboard tray. The case supports graphics cards up to 34 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.4 cm in height. Ventilation includes a 280 mm x 140 mm front radiator mount, two 120 mm bottom intakes, and a 120 mm rear exhaust.

In Win Unveils the 303 Mid-Tower Case

In Win unveiled the 303, its latest mid-tower case featuring a monolithic design with as few cuts, curves, and creases as possible. Available in matte black and glossy white, with a full tempered glass side panel; the 303 measures 500 mm x 215 mm x 480 mm (HxWxD), with room for graphics cards as long as 35 cm, CPU coolers as tall as 16 cm, up to 20 cm long PSUs, and standard ATX motherboards.

The 303 features a top-perpendicular PSU bay, covered by a 3x 120 mm (360 mm) radiator bay. There's a similar radiator bay along the base of the case. A rear 120 mm fan completes the ventilation. Drive bays include two each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch. Front panel connectivity includes HDA audio jacks, and two each of USB 3.0 (type-A, standard header), and USB 2.0 ports. The 303 is expected to be priced at 99€ (incl VAT).

In Win Announces its 805 ATX PC Chassis

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design and multi-winner of the internationally renowned red-dot Design Award, has today announced its new 805 ATX PC chassis. The new 805 chassis features a see-through skeleton structure of aluminum that can be placed anywhere to give 270 degrees of spectacular views thanks to its tempered glass sides and front panel. In Win has pursued the spirit of exquisite craftsmanship and innovative design that blends the best of visual aesthetics and high-end PC gaming build performance. Space is provided for mini-ITX, micro ATX or ATX builds that includes up to eight expansion cards.

The 805 is available in all-black, or with accents of red or gold*. The 805 also comes pre-fitted with a white (black/gold versions) or red (red version) LED backlit logo* to match modern build aesthetics. Extensive air and water cooling options are included, with support for 280mm radiators up to 60mm thick in the front, and a 120mm radiator and 35mm thick at the rear. It's also equipped with a removable fan bracket in the front and has magnetic dust filters on all in-take fans which allows for easy building and maintenance. Two more 120mm fans can also be mounted in the base for additional cooling, while air-cooled CPUs with tower heatsinks have a spacious 156mm height to spare.

Find a Cooler PC Case. Pro Tip: You Can't

On the first day of Computex, we sifted past the In Win 909, which at the time, we thought was a wacky enough case by In Win for this year; until the company dropped this on us, the next day. This unnamed In Win case (working title: "H-tower prototype") is being designed with the ASUS ROG brand licensed; which could be sold directly to the consumers, and part of an ASUS ROG desktop. The case looks like any heavily styled ATX mid-tower with premium aluminium panels, until you push a button, making the case open up like a blooming mech-flower from Cybertron, giving you easy access to its innards. There was nobody around the exhibit who wasn't gaping at it.
The way it opens up is so cool that we decided to take a short video (after the break).

In Win 909 Yet Another Eyeball Magnet

It's never a Computex without a wacky albeit highly desirable premium case by In Win. This time around, it's the new 909. This ATX full-tower is made of high quality brushed aluminium panels decking an aluminium frame; with a tempered glass side panel, with front panel connectivity flowing to the side. The case has room for E-ATX motherboards (up to 8 expansion slots), with add-on cards as long as 320 mm, and CPU coolers as tall as 180 mm. The PSU bay can hold on to a high-end unit as long as 220 mm, with room to spare for your cable spaghetti.

The cooling system on the In Win 909 includes two 140 mm front intakes, a 120 mm conveyor between the drive cage and motherboard tray, either three 120 mm or two 140 mm rear exhausts, and two 120 mm bottom intakes. You can turn these into room for a 140 x 280 mm front radiator, a 120 mm middle radiator, a 360 mm or 280 mm rear radiator, and a 240 mm bottom radiator, 35 mm to 60 mm thick. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.1 Type-C connector (standard header), three USB 3.0 Type-A, and HDA audio jacks.

EK Water Blocks Introduces D Series Drop-in Liquid Cooling Kits

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium liquid cooling gear manufacturer, is excited to introduce two new kits of EK-KIT D series performance orientated liquid cooling starter kits. EK Water Blocks has prepared two different models: EK-KIT D240 (In Win D-Frame Mini drop-in) and EK-KIT D360-X2 (CaseLabs Mercury SM8 drop-in).

These new D-series EK-KITs are designed as a perfect drop-in for either CaseLabs Mercury S8 (EK-KIT D360-X2) and In Win D-Frame Mini chassis (EK-KIT D240) as they includes all the necassery components, required to build high-performance liquid cooling system.

In Win Launches 503 Mid-Tower PC Chassis

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design and winner of internationally renowned design awards, has today announced availability of its new 503 mid-tower PC chassis. Available either in black and red with red LED fan, or white and black with white LED fan, with internal matt black coloring and an extra-large window, the 503 perfectly matches modern PC component aesthetics and lets PC DIY builders easily view their creations. The strong, high-quality SECC steel chassis has a unique tempered glass front cover that slides downwards, revealing a single 5.25-inch bay. This creative design keeps the optical drive hidden when not required and mirrors the strong, clean lines of the overall chassis aesthetic.

Internally, ATX, micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards are supported with up to 7 expansion slots and as such the 503 accommodates high-end graphic cards up to 408mm long in high-performance AMD CrossFire or Nvidia SLI gaming setups. CPU heatsinks up to 170mm are also supported with up to 27mm of space behind the motherboard tray for ease of cable tidying; both spaces are more capacious than direct competitors.

In Win Launches 707 and 703 PC Chassis

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design and winner of internationally renowned design awards, has today announced availability of its new 707 full-tower and 703 mid-tower, mainstream PC chassis.

Available initially in Gaming Black, with Silent White following shortly after, the 707 is a full tower PC chassis with svelte, contemporary styling that blends great features and value for PC builders. Both are constructed from strong and reliable SECC steel, with the black featuring an acrylic side panel window, and the white fitted with sound damping to provide a choice of style and features.

In Win Launches Limited Edition S-Frame Concept Chassis

In Win Development Inc., multiple winner of internationally renowned design awards, has announced its innovative new 5th generation concept, the limited edition S-Frame, is now available to buy.

Awarded 'Best Design of Computex 2014' by Tom's Hardware, for "not only [an award for] the S-Frame chassis, but also for In Win's impressive manufacturing skills", the S-Frame open-air chassis is constructed from 2 meters squared of CNC cut 4 mm aluminum that is then hand-bent 15 times into its unique shape; thus combining the most unconventional craftsmanship techniques to create impeccable artistry.

In Win Also Shows off MS04 Chassis for NAS

In Win also showed off its MS04 chassis for DIY NAS and home-server builders. Measuring 275 mm x 210 mm x 236 mm (WxDxH), the case can seat a standard mini-ITX motherboard, and features four 3.5-inch SATA drive caddies behind a front lockable door. It also features a slimline optical drive bay, and an internal 2.5-inch bay for the NAS/server's master drive. Other features include two USB 3.0 front-panel ports (standard header), an intrusion switch, which can be wired to your motherboard's "chassis intrusion" header, and a single 120 mm rear exhaust fan with 4-pin PWM control. The rear panel features one half-height expansion bracket, so you can drop in third-party RAID cards, or NICs.

In Win Designs Chassis for Komplett Steam Machine

In Win showed off its big OEM catch at Computex. The company supplies the case for Norwegian online retailer's own 2014 Steam Machine. The case, built mostly with brushed metal, is roughly the size of next-generation game console. Under its hood are an Intel Core i7-4790 quad-core prorcessor, MSI B85I motherboard, NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Black graphics, 16 GB Kingston-made DDR3 memory, 480 GB Kingston-made SSD storage, 802.11 ac WLAN, gigabit Ethernet, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, 8-channel HD audio with optical SPDIF output, dual-link DVI, DisplayPort and HDMI from the graphics card, and pre-installed SteamOS operating system.

In Win Displays the GR1 and Direwolf Chassis

In Win showed off its GR1 flagship ATX full-tower chassis, that's conventional in design. Designed for E-ATX motherboards apart from conventional ATX types, the GR1 offers three 5.25-inch drive bays, eight 3.5-inch/2.5-inch ones, and a powerful cooling system that includes two 140 mm front intakes, two 140 mm bottom intakes, three 140 mm top exhausts, one 140 mm rear exhaust, and one 140 mm side intake. It combines matte white exteriors with matching interiors, with a dash of matte black. The case has ample room for water cooling gear. Also shown is the Direwolf mid-tower case. Measuring 485 mm x 210 mm x 506 mm, the case offers three 5.25-inch drive bays, and five 3.5-inch/2.5-inch ones. Cooling system includes one each of front, top, rear, 120 mm fans.
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