In Win Ironclad Enthusiast and Gaming Full Tower ATX Chassis Review
Style and function can be a fine line. Most designers tend to be heavy handed in one direction and lax in another. In Win is one company that has the ability to balance gracefully on the line between style and function while maintaining a unique presence all their own. No company comes to mind in the gaming chassis world that does things quite like In Win and that is what makes everything they make so unique. Today we will be checking out the In Win Ironclad Performance gaming pc case. Will it be just as impressive as the other cases we have seen from In Win? Or will it be a design disaster, let’s find out:
Gaming Chassis utilizes 22cm side panel fan to accelerate air through and out of chassis to keep components cool.A ventilated floor panel, and a top vent with 12cm fan provide the optimal airflow on both intake and exhaust.
Dust proof meshes
The air filter meshes are built into the front bezel side panel top panel and floor that keeps out of the dust and extend the life of components.
Tool-free mechanical design
Screw-less I/O expansion slots make assembling a fun, easy and enjoyable experience.
Metallic Warship Enhances the structural steel sturdiness
Eight tool-free expansion slots
Patented shock-free railing system
Full Tower Chassis
1.0~0.8mm SECC Steel
Internal Drive Bay:
1. 3.5” x 6
2. 2.5” x 1
External Drive Bay:
1. 5.25” × 5
2. 3.5” x 1 (Converted from one 5.25” drive bay)
Top I/O Ports:
4. HD/AC’97 Audio
I/O Expansion Slots:
M/B Form Factor:
1. ATX 12V
2. PS 2 or EPS Power
1. Front:12cm Fan x 1
2. Rear: 12cm Fan x 1
3. Top:12cm Fan x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 2)
4. Side:22cm LED Fan with switch x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 6)
5. Water-Cooling Hole Ready
1. CE and FCC Class B Requirement
I must say even though this is the Maelstrom reskinned, the iron clad is a beautiful case with great features. In Win has a gift for making killer cases with great features and incredible, beefy, design. I have always liked In Win and when it comes to choosing a case for a customer or friend that really wants it to look good I always go for In Win Cases.