Date: November 3rd, 2010
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: In Win
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH (cont'd)
Down at the bottom, the meshed panel, featuring the In Win logo, easily snaps off the case revealing the 120mm LED intake fan. As we'll see a bit later, the fan is attached to a three-bay hard drive cage and secured with tool-free clips. As you can see, the big bay covers are a silver finished plastic with black plastic grilles for accents.
From this angle we can see that the Android has a fairly conventional backplane with a bottom PSU mount and seven expansion bays. The 120mm exhaust fan sits next to the motherboard I/O shield which, in all probability, will have to be broken out and discarded in favor of the one provided with your motherboard. Similarly, the expansion bay covers are of the breakout variety, and In Win only supplies a single replacement cover in the accessory pack.
The side panel sports a raised mesh panel that houses a big 220mm intake fan that also features blue LEDs, but the user has the option to replace this big unit with one or two 120mm fans. The included fan also includes a switch to turn the lighting effect on and off.
The bottom of the case has ventilation holes for the PSU cooling fan, provided that the power supply you use is configured to utilize it. The rubber feet, however, aren't very tall and I would caution users not to place this case on a carpeted surface to avoid starving the power supply for air. The bottom, backplane and interior all feature the same black finish as the exterior. Let's crack this baby open and have a look inside.
Tool-free features are provided for all front bays and the 3-bay hard drive cage, with its cooling fan, comes installed in the bottom three spots. The very top bay…