In Win H-Frame Review 43

In Win H-Frame Review

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Introduction


I would like to thank In Win and Overclockers UK for supplying the review sample.

In Win was founded in 1985 with a focus on manufacturing and marketing PC cases. They have come a long way since then, not only offering various enclosures for all types of users, but also power supplies and server enclosures. Their case designs have made some waves in recent months, as they have released bold-looking enclosures and have also catered to the female PC user with their designs.



In Win H-Frame
Case TypeOpen-Air Chassis
Materials2~4 mm Aluminum Metal Plates
ColorSilver & Blue
Drive Bays External 5.25" x 1Internal 3.5"/2.5" x 3, 2.5" x 1
Form Factor ATX, Micro ATX
Expansion Slots7
Case Cooling120mm Front Fan x 1 (optional)120mm Rear Fan x 1 (optional)
Dimensions524 x 220 x 545 mm (20.6” x 8.7” x 21.5”)
WeightN/A
SwitchesPower / Reset
I/OFront Port: USB 3.0 x 2, HD AudioTop Port: USB 2.0 x 1

Packaging


In Win packages the H-Frame in a full-color, high-quality cardboard box. On the front is a little teaser along with the product name, while the rear holds an image of the entire case. You will find more specifications on either side of the package. Two carrying holes aid with transportation, which is a welcome sight because the box is actually quite large.


The chassis we got for review had already been unpacked and was displayed at the Caseking booth during Gamescom, which is why the cloth bag was missing. Besides that, two large foam spacers hold the chassis in place and protect it from any damage during shipping.

Contents


You will receive a fully featured manual, a sorted set of screws, two foam spacers for PSU installation, and a few zip ties. I would have liked to see more of the zip ties to keep things clean, since the case is open on three sides.
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