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In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

by Mark Tyson on 24 August 2015, 13:15

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In Win has launched a new PC chassis called the 805. This is an ATX chassis constructed with tempered glass sides and an aluminium frame. It allows you to advertise the In Win brand with a big LED-lit logo along the front left edge side panel. Inside you can install motherboards from mini-ITX up to ATX. On the front panel In Win has augmented the usual array of ports and connectors with a modern, reversible USB 3.1 Type-C port*.

As with most of its output, In Win claims that the 805 chassis is made with "exquisite craftsmanship and innovative design." For In Win this is a pretty conservative design with very clean lines but the 270 degrees of tempered glass with matching top and side colour accents do make it stand apart from the minimalist chassis trend.

Sticking to the topic of appearance, the 805 is available in all-black, or with accents of red or gold, furthermore you get a white (black/gold versions) or red (red version) LED backlit logo to match modern build aesthetics.

805 Specifications:

Case Size

Mid Tower

Material

Aluminium, 3mm Tempered Glass

Internal Drive Bay

3.5" / 2.5" x 2, 2.5" x 2 (Max up to 4 pcs)

 

M/B Form Factor

ATX / Micro-ATX /Mini-ITX  (Max: 12” x 10.5”)

Power Supply

ATX 12V, PSII Size and EPS up to 220mm

I/O Port

USB 3.1 (TYPE-C) x 1,
USB 3.0 x 1,
USB 2.0 x 2,
HD Audio

*USB 3.0 x 2
*USB 2.0 x 2
*HD Audio
 

 

Expansion Slot

PCI-E Slot x 8, Supports High-End Graphic Card up to 320mm (Height: 164mm)

Thermal Solution

Air Cooling: - Front: 120/140mm Fan x 2, - Rear: 120mm Fan x 1 (Included), - Bottom: 120mm Fan x 2 (Remove HDD Cage)
Water Cooling:
- Front: 120/140/240/280mm Radiator (Height up to 60mm), - Rear: 120mm Radiator (Height up to 35mm)
CPU Heatsink: Maximum CPU Heatsink up to 156mm (CPU Die Surface to Side Panel)

Dimension (HxWxD)

476 x 205 x 455mm, 18.7”x 8” x 18”

       

*Please note that due to regional requirements, APAC region will focus on all-black and black/red versions, without LED accents and with USB 3.0 Type-A (2x) front panel only. Europe will carry Type-C version with LED fan, and black will be the only colour available in the first few months.

This chassis is aimed at gamers and offers plenty of expandability and cooling options. Depending upon your motherboard you can have eight expansion cards installed. Maximum graphics card compatibility is 320mm long and 164mm high. The case has been designed to be flexible in offering air and/or water cooing options with support for 280mm radiators up to 60mm thick in the front, and a 120mm radiator and 35mm thick at the rear. For CPU coolers there is a maximum height of 156mm.

In Win's versatile EZ-Swap HDD mounting system allows you to use two 2.5/3.5-inch drives placed in three different positions in addition to another pair of 2.5-inch drives placed elsewhere.

We don't have any pricing details at this time but In Win UK says that "It's coming to the UK Soon!"



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No optical drive but still looks great. Not to everybody's tatses though :(
Always a bit puzzled when you see these monster 8pci-e type cases with no 5.25-front bays and only 4 hdd bays. Maybe I'm missing it, but surely the target audience for such cases wants to pack it out with drives and (at the very least) an optical drive and/or front panel reader/display/fan-control/lights etc? Otherwise a more modest mid-tower or smaller system would make sense.
In win branded case so I'm guessing it could be priced at £300-£20,000
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Always a bit puzzled when you see these monster 8pci-e type cases with no 5.25-front bays and only 4 hdd bays. Maybe I'm missing it, but surely the target audience for such cases wants to pack it out with drives and (at the very least) an optical drive and/or front panel reader/display/fan-control/lights etc? Otherwise a more modest mid-tower or smaller system would make sense.

In fact, this is the kind of case i have been waiting for. A clean and nice-looking front, free of ugly drives and controllers, or front bay covers made up by small gaps and sectioned covers. Considering it's 2015, optical drives are no longer a ‘must’, and should you need one or a card-reader, the usb option is always open.

For the 8 pci-e slots; Yes, it looks like overkill, but most mainstream ATX motherboards usually have slots as for down as to the 7th row. And with new motherboards, fancontrol can be done from software, so your finger never have to leave the desk.

Atleast i hope to see more cases like this in the future.
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