Mini ITX Tower
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
300 mm / 11.811"
- 356 mm x 273 mm x 210 mm
- 14.016" x 10.748" x 8.268"
Internal 2.5" Bays
- 20.409 L
- 0.721 ft³
- 28 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Inwin a1 V2
Price is too high tbh. But i replaced the psu with corsair sf600 because i wanted QUALITY. I might just sell off the stock psu because im happy with my sfx power supply. And it gives me more room inside the case and you can see how i managed that. See details of that on the psu side.
Since i switched power supplies, i am currently not using the included qi charging since i already have a fast wireless charger. It is still there, but not connected.
Replaced the stock rgb strips with the corsair lightning node pro set because it's corsair and i like addressable rgb strips over stock led. Great case over imo. And with the noctua fans, that gives proper cooling and it is silent. Great performance overall.
Yes, i paid a bit too much for the case and not using stock parts, i am fine with that. I might just sell the psu and qi charger separately on ebay.
- 25 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build FireRed V2
Decided to plastidip plastic base, PSU is terrible, had loud rattling noise, but the aesthetics is great and form factor is awesome.
- 19 points
- 15 days ago
from completed build In it to Inwin it v. 2.0 (Team Red Edition)
I do like the looks of this case very much. I like that it can take even long video cards. I like that it can take a CPU cooler as tall as a Dark Rock 4 (It takes some doing but it'll fit). I just wish they sold a version that didn't come with a power supply.
- 14 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build The Brave Little Toaster
Pros: Looks great, small footprint, sexy lights, good temps.
Cons: Included PSU is absolute garbage. Although its good for light loads it constantly overheats and will hard shutdown the pc under a heavy gaming load after a few minutes (a little longer if the case doors are removed), even thought CPU and GPU temps are normal (<75*c) Its also loud as hell, it sounds like a jet engine under load. Had to order a Corsair SF 600W Platinum, which will require me to disassemble the entire case to install and possibly lose the PSU shroud in the process. Also working in the case very tight, it made connecting cables to the MB very difficult I suggest you plan out and route your cables before you attempt to install the MB.
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