After its recent forays into more fanciful designs InWin has launched a serious looking full tower aluminium and tempered glass chassis which offers ample room for powerful PC builds in addition to what it calls "balanced luxury". The new InWin 925 is a handsome but stout PC chassis which can accommodate up to E-ATX motherboards and some of the biggest components you can find nowadays within its 570 x 280 x 608mm (17.8kg) structure.
The InWin 925 chassis is mainly built from 4mm thick brushed aluminium panels which have been cut and flexed to provide gently rounded edges and alluring curves. The front panel is quite minimal with just a subtle ARGB logo (compatible with Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, ASRock lighting sync systems) towards the upper area and to its right, around one of the curved edges you will find the power button, 1 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C, 2 x USB3.0, and HD Audio ports. There are no external bays to interrupt the flow of the design. To the left side of the chassis is a tempered glass panel which shows off the components you have fitted.
As indicated in the intro, this large chassis offers good expandability. You can max-out the motherboard mounting option by installing an E-ATX, or choose from ATX, Micro-ATX or even Mini-ITX boards. Round the back are eight PCIe expansion slots plus the option of mounting two PCIe cards vertically. Elsewhere there is room for up to four 3.5-inch drives and three 2.5-inch drives.
Maximum compatibility is generous. Graphics cards up to 420mm long can be fitted, as can CPU heatsinks up to 200mm tall, and PSUs up to 200mm long. On the topic of cooling, there is room for 3 x 120mm / 2 x 140mm Front Fans, 3 x 120 mm Top Fans, and 3 x 120 mm Rear Fans - if you want to just use air cooling. Those interested in liquid cooling can install a 240 mm / 280 mm Front Radiator (Supports up to 360 mm radiator when the two HDD cages removed) and a 360 mm Top Radiator.
The new InWin 925 full tower chassis (black) will become available in Europe later this month at €499.