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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.

In Win Launches the 309 Case with Front Dot-Matrix Display

In Win today launched the 309, a spiritual successor to the 307 case the company showed off at the 2018 Computex. The case is characterized by a dot-matrix front panel display made up of 144 pixels (dots), only this time around they are full RGB. The matrix can hence be used as a groovy audio visualizer or be customized to a far greater degree. The matrix plugs into one of your motherboard's USB 2.0 headers. Inside, the 309 offers an ATX layout with bottom-oriented motherboard tray, and a PSU bay located on top. The top compartment also holds two 3.5-inch drives bays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives. The motherboard tray serves up room for graphics cards up to 35 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16 cm in height. Front panel connectivity includes a USB type-C port besides a couple of type-A USB 3.x ports. Measuring 238 mm x 553 mm x 500 mm (WxDxH), the case weighs 13.65 kg.

In Win Debuts $4000 3D Printed Case Among Others at Computex 2019

When looking for unique, trendsetting, or just plain odd, In Win has you covered when it comes to cases. Every year they bring something interesting and at Computex 2019 that trend continues with the 9th-generation Signature Series, otherwise dubbed Yǒng, cases. This latest design is 3D printed with each one being built to order. In Win is using ABS plastic for this design, and users can pick any color they wish with the company preparing a website that will allow users to customize the case to their liking. Just be prepared for sticker shock as these cases are expected to cost $4000 each. If that doesn't take your breath away one way or another, I don't know what will.

In Win Launches 928 Super Tower case for $999

In Win, a known luxurious case manufacturer has launched a super tower case titled the 928. The case costs $999 and is made out of premium and high-quality materials such as aluminium and tempered glass. In Win positions this case with the aim to "Present PC's Power" using its spacious interior. For a price of almost 1000 USD, the case is made with looks first and functionality second.

The 928 is made out of three distinct pieces: an aluminium shell and two tempered glass side panels. The aluminium shell is anodized in black and is 4 mm thick. Being over 125 liters in size, the case is perfect for any oversized watercooling build and is compatible with 14' x 14', EEB, E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboard form factors. Of course, it doesn't lack RGB support - the front In Win logo is RGB illuminated, but that can be turned off if you so prefer. This case is made for extreme workstations that use Intel's Xeon W-3175X CPU, thus using ultra wide EEB motherboards like ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme.

In Win Showcases 928, 905 and A1 Plus PC Cases at CES 2019

InWin packed up some of their new products for this year's CES, and showcased a number of cases - though none as extravagant as their Z Tower (though that one did make her cameo appearance, if you look, and not even that closely). The 928, for example, packs a "luxury, modern, masculine design" of the super tower type, with GPU risers allowing for that full-on look on some of today's most design-focused shrouds.

In Win 307 RGB ATX Case Uses its Front Panel Like a Display

When we first caught the In Win 307 at this year's Computex, we were mesmerized by its front panel, which features 144 RGB LEDs in a rectangular matrix that can be programmed to work like a display. You use In Win's GLOW application to either paint what you want on it, or use it for a number of interactive functions; or simply a really groovy showpiece. The company finally got around to launch the case.

This mid-tower packs room for graphics cards up to 35 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 16 cm in height, and a horizontally partitioned layout in which the smaller partition that holds the PSU is located along the top and inverted sideways. The sidewall can now hold a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator. If you're willing to sacrifice the bottom two expansion slots of your ATX motherboards, an additional 360 mm radiator can be mounted along the bottom. A 120 mm rear exhaust completes the ventilation features. Drive bays include two each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch. Measuring 501 mm x 238 mm x 537 mm (HxWxD), the case is made mostly of SECC steel, silicone, and tempered glass (left panel). The company didn't reveal pricing.

In Win Launches CROWN Series RGB Modular 120, 140 mm Case Fans

InWin Development Inc. (InWin), a leading innovator in PC design, has launched its latest CROWN Series case fans.

High Static Pressure
The CROWN series is a 'turbine inspired' high static pressure fan (1.87 mm H2O). Available in both AC120 (120mm) and AC140 (140 mm) sizes. The surrounding circular casing is tapered outwards at the edge to reduce noise, allows more airflow and provides a more attractive overall lighting effect. The AC120 features nine clear blades, while the AC140 possesses eleven blades. The corner mounting system incorporates four shockproof rubber pads to eliminate any vibration transfer to the chassis.

In Win Intros Classic Basic Series High-Wattage PSUs

In Win today introduced the modestly named Classic Basic (CB) series high-Wattage PSUs. These are high-end PSUs with premium specifications, whose naming probably reflects the classic product design. Available in 1050W and 1200W models, the CB series PSUs offer fully modular flat cabling, DC-to-DC switching for the +3.3V and +5V rails, and a single +12V rail design, boasting of 80 Plus Platinum efficiency. The 135 mm temperature-activated fan stays off when either the PSU's load is under 25%, or an internal thermal diode reads under 55°C. It only starts spinning beyond, with a gradual curve. The fan spins for 60 seconds following system shutdown.

Under the hood, the CB-series features a Digital Voltage Feedback design that minimizes output voltage fluctuation to under ±2%; an active PFC, and electrical protections against over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit. Both models offer two 8-pin EPS connectors besides the 24-pin ATX. The 1200W model offers eight 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors, while the 1050W model offers six. Both models offer 16 SATA power, and a number of other legacy power connectors. Both models are backed by 7-year warranties.

In Win Intros Compact Series 700W SFX Power Supply

In Win today introduced the Compact Series 700-Watt power-supply in the SFX form-factor. At 125 mm x 100 mm x 63 mm (WxDxH), this PSU is firmly sticks to the SFX specification, and not SFX-L. There's still enough juice on tap to power a compact build with a flagship graphics card, such as the RTX 2080 Ti, or TITAN V. The CS700W from In Win achieves its Wattage through a single +12V rail design, which boasts of 80 Plus Gold efficiency. The unit features Active PFC, and most common electrical protections, against over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit.

The In Win CS700W offers fully modular cabling, with flat bunched ribbon-type cables that are easier to bend. Its connectivity is HEDT-friendly: you get one 24-pin ATX, two 4+4 pin EPS, four 6+2 pin PCIe power, eight SATA power, four Molex, and one Berg. The unit is cooled by a 92 mm fluid bearing fan, with a typical noise output of 18 dBA. The CS700W is backed by a 5-year warranty, the company didn't reveal pricing.

InWin Introduces the New 915 E-ATX Enclosure

In Win Development Inc., one of the leading manufacturers of innovative PC enclosures, today unveils its latest E-ATX tower enclosure, the 915. The elegant curves on the front and back are the first to catch your eye. Here, the back has an additional alternative, the clean cable management away from the case. The tempered glass cover can be lifted mechanically to expose the ventilation slots. Thus, the warm air can escape directly at the top with the help of up to three 140-millimeter fans. After shutting down the system, the cover closes with a 15 second delay to drain the residual heat out of the system.

The front connectors include a reversible USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, two USB 3.0 ports and a 3.5mm headphone and microphone jack. Up to nine fans or four radiators can be accommodated in the 915. These help, following the natural convection, to create a flow of air from bottom to top in the housing. Magnetic dust filters keep the inside dust-free and can be easily removed for cleaning.

In Win Intros the 915 Full-tower Chasses

In Win today introduced the 915, an ATX full-tower chassis. The case is available in two color options - black and silver. It's characterized by rounded front and rear panels, and tempered glass accentuating 3 mm thick anodized aluminium body panels with a matte finish. The top panel is particularly interesting: a protrusion the shape of the case from the top, which has vents along the sides, and a tempered glass top. This protrusion is mechanized, and can slide up or down at the push of a button. An RGB LED diffuser lines the top curve of the front panel, as it meets the front-panel connectivity, which includes not just HDA jacks and a pair of USB 3.1 type-A ports, but also a type-C port. A button lets you toggle between lighting presets. This LED ornament can also take input from 4-pin headers, controllable by ASUS Aura Sync software.

Internally, the In Win 915 has a somewhat conventional horizontally partitioned layout. The right side of the case (behind the motherboard tray) has a lot of crawlspace owing to the 2-inch gap between the side-panel and the motherboard tray. This side gives you access to the bottom compartment, with its four 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive trays, four 2.5-inch mounts, and the PSU bay. The left side has four additional 2.5-inch mounts along the top of the partition. The motherboard tray supports E-ATX boards, with 8 horizontal expansion slots, and 2 vertical slots (to show off your graphics card using a riser). There's room for graphics cards up to 41 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.8 cm in height. Ventilation includes 3x 120 mm / 2x 140 mm top exhausts, 2x 140 mm bottom intakes, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. Measuring 595 mm x 230 mm x 645 mm, it weighs about 16.4 kg. Available soon, the case could be priced upwards of $500.
The video gives you a better idea of the mechanized top panel.

In Win 307 Features a 144-pixel Display Up Front, Which is Not What You Think

In Win 307 is among the company's more grounded creations this Computex. When it's powered down, a build with this case doesn't look like much, but when you power it on, you're greeted by a light-show from a 144-pixel (8 x 18 pixels) display made up of 1 cm² "pixels" that are diffused through a silicon sheet so they look more like glowing warm-white dots, than squares. This display plugs into one of your USB 2.0 motherboard headers, and you use software to do a bunch of things with it - a customized animation, visualization for your PC's audio output (graphic equalizer), or one of several animation presets.

That aside, the 307 is a vertically-partitioned case, with the left compartment housing the ATX motherboard tray, and room for graphics cards up to 35 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16 cm in height. There are several detachable fan-mounts in this compartment, including two bottom 120 mm intakes, three 120 mm top exhausts (fixed), and three 120 mm exhausts perpendicular to the top panel. The right compartment has the PSU compartment and drive bays, including two 3.5-inch, and four 2.5-inch mounts.

In Win Z-Frame is the Crown Jewel of Computex 2018

We've been to many editions of Computex, and it would often be Lian Li with the year's most outrageously imaginative case design. Over the past few years, In Win picked up that mission, and succeeded even this year, with the Z-Frame. This case is a work of art, and anyone taking it to their local BYO eSports event is bound to get the most attention, or maybe even make it to the local daily's picture. Its design is more alien than Alienware ever came up with - twisted blocks of cast aluminium converging at the base, with an open-air E-ATX motherboard tray inside, and mounts for an ATX PSU, and two each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drives.

The Z-Frame can take in E-ATX (or smaller) motherboards, graphics cards up to 34 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height, and has 8 expansion slots. Like all "Frame" cases from In Win, the Z-Frame is open-air, and doesn't have too many fan mounts, but you get room for three 120 mm along the top panel, letting you mount a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator. Front-panel connectivity includes type-C USB 3.1, in addition to type-A USB 3.0, and HDA jacks. The Z-Frame comes in two color options, chrome-silver, and glossy black, both of which are made of the highest density cast aluminium. The case weighs a staggering 40 kg, not counting what you install inside it. In Win will do a limited production run for this case, and it could be yours for a little over USD $10,000.

In Win Introduces Its A1 Series of Mini-ITX Enclosures

In Win today introduced the world to its A1 series of PC enclosures, starting with a mini-ITXcase that has the looks, transparency, and RGB goodness the majority of the market is looking for these days. Built from tempered glass and anodized aluminum, the design language for the A1 embodies the modern era, in a small package that can nonetheless hold up to 20 liters of PC hardware components (isn't that an interesting measure for hardware?). What's more telling, maybe, is how the A1 still supports tower coolers up to 160 mm tall and a dual-slot graphics card up to 300 mm in length.

The In Win D-Frame Mini Makes a Comeback

In Win originally released their D-Frame Mini open-air chassis back in 2014. Despite it becoming one of the most popular cases among PC enthusiasts, the Taiwanese case manufacturer only produced a limited number of units at the time. If you missed out on purchasing the D-Frame Mini four years ago, now's your opportunity to make your dream come true. The rereleased D-Frame Mini is the exact same model that we reviewed back then except for two minor changes. The case was available in orange, red, and black colors. In Win has added three more colors to the mix: blue, green, and white. The brand also reduced the price significantly from $350 all the way down to $199. The D-Frame Mini is available at Amazon starting right now.

In Win Storms CES 2018 with Multiple Eye-Catching Cases

In Win has always been known for their out-of-the-box designs and exotic cases. And as always, the brand didn't disappoint and showcased some impressive offerings at their booth. The 909 was the first case that we encountered upon entering. In this occasion, the case showed a few minor upgrades which included a co-branded reservoir from EK Water Blocks, 5mm thick tinted tempered glass side panels, dazzling LED lighting effects, and a front USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C connector. However, the 909 wasn't the only model that got a makeover. In Win's popular 101 case received a special TUF treatment from ASUS as well. The front panel now sports an attractive orange-yellow theme making it a perfect match for TUF Gaming motherboards.

The 915 is a new full-tower case that flaunts a sexy curved exterior, premium aluminium body with tinted tempered glass side panels, and RGB lighting. It also features a cool automatic elevating ventilation cover on the top. In Win also brought their latest mini-ITX case, the A1, to the show. This miniature model comes equipped with a 600W power supply and Polaris RGB fans. The quick-release glass side panels make swapping components easy, and the case even comes with an optional wireless mobile device charging area. The final case on our tour is the WINBOT which looks like it came out of a sci-fi movie. It's basically an aluminium case that lives inside a plexiglass bubble. As a result, users can have a 360° view of the system inside. The case is equipped with an advanced facial detection module which allows it to scan, observe, and react to your hand signals.

In Win Releases the 305 Mid-Tower Chassis

In-Win has introduced a new tower chassis to their lineup, sporting a sleek design and tempered glass side panel (of the tool-less variety; users need only press the handle for it to pop out. The jury is still out on whether or not this is a hazardous feature). There's a steel, plastic and tempered glass construction that join together to create one of the more subdued, yet aesthetically pleasing designs the company has come up with. Space for 7x 120 mm fans means your rig will hardly ever suffer form constrained heat, while the overall dimensions of the chassis mean there's support for up to 160 mm high tower coolers, up to 200 mm PSUs (kept in a separate chamber), and up to 350 mm graphics cards. Out of the box, there's support for 2x 3.5" and 2x 2.5" drive bays (with a potential extra slot for the latter).

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.
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