PC systems containing high-performance hardware often require a chassis that is able to keep these high-end components cool. The usual run-of-the-mill cases are sometimes just not capable of achieving this so InWin has stepped in to provide a premium full tower chassis that is.
InWin has announced a new premium full tower PC case aimed at gamers and high-end enthusiast system builders planning to create a luxury PC with excellent cooling capabilities. The InWin 925 provides sharp and sleek aesthetics, along with an excellent thermal design that the company claims to be capable of housing even the most high-end gaming or workstation rigs while keeping temperature under control.
The InWin 925 is primarily constructed of a strong steel frame with a 4mm thick single sheet of aluminium wrapped around. Both sides of the case feature 3mm tempered glass panels to provide a great view of the internal components and can be easily removed using the large thumbscrews.
The unique design of the InWin 925 incorporates edges that are inwardly angled, which provides a seamless aesthetic for an eye-catching streamlined appearance. At the front is an addressable RGB InWin logo which is embedded into a black anodised panel that can be synced with compatible ARGB motherboards or stand-alone controllers.
Inside the InWin 925 is space for motherboards up to E-ATX form factor with provisions for dual graphics cards to be mounted either vertically or horizontally. A total of nine fans can be installed in the InWin 925 plus two radiators up to 360mm long, for maximum cooling capability. Dust filters are placed in critical locations and can be easily removed for cleaning.
Along with the extensive liquid cooling and case fan locations in the 925, the case supports CPU air coolers up to 200mm tall and graphics cards up to 420mm long. An isolated power supply position offers room for power supplies up to 200mm to be installed. The InWin 925 can house up to four 3.5-inch HDDs, three 2.5-inch storage devices and offers USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C connectivity along with two USB 3,1 Gen 1 Type-A ports on the front I/O.
For more images and further information about the InWin 925, head over to the official product page. The InWin 925 is expected to be available later this month across Europe priced at €499.
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KitGuru says: What do you guys think to this new premium chassis from InWin? according to the specifications, this could be a great chassis for users building full custom liquid cooling solutions with its generous support for multiple fans and radiators.