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In Win Dragon Slayer Micro-ATX Case Review

Rating: 7.0.

Kitguru spends a lot of time looking at mid and  full-tower cases such as the Bitfenix Colossus but don’t often get the chance to review more compact cases. Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX systems are favoured by many as they take up a lot less space than their full-size counterparts whilst retaining the same level of performance.

Today we are going to look at the In Win Dragon Slayer Micro-ATX case which supports both Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards.  It boasts an impressive specification for such a case, rivaling those of much larger cases.

Case Size Mini Tower
Material 0.6mm SECC
Drive Bays 5.25″ x1, 3.5″ x3, 2.5″ x1

OR 5.25″ x3, 3.5″ x1, 2.5″ x1

M/B Compatability Micro-ATX
Power Supply ATX 12V / PSII
I/O Expansion Slots 5 Add-in card covers
Front I/O (Ports) USB3.0 x1, USB2.0 x 2, HD/AC’97 Audio
Thermal Solution 14cm fan at top and front

9cm fan at rear, 8cm HDD fan

Optional 4x 12cm Side Fan

External Water-Cooling Holes

Dimension(HxWxD) 430 x 196 x 426 mm (16.9” x 7.7” x 16.8” )
Security Padlock Loop / Kensington Slot

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  • Tim

    I think the issues can be forgiven considering the price.

  • Eric K

    These guys always make products to tight price points, but im not so sure on this, it looks brash in a cool way, but the internals look quite cheap.

  • Samuel Hannover

    I like the looks of this from the front. the yellow bits ruin the appearance tho.

  • Brook

    Not my cup of tea, but the pricing is reasonable. not much you can buy for that today in the tech world.

  • Raymond

    The front looks really industrial and I like the appearance. the PCI mounting bit looks like it needs to be ripped out and replaced with screws as noted by reviewer.

  • Todger

    Quite a nice looking thing for a mini chassis. but I prefer these kind of cases to be longer and shorter. like the silverstone SG series.

  • Hank

    Is the material strong on the front panel and side doors or does it bend easy?

  • south side sammy

    Rather disappointed with the review. We finally get a case that is made for a M-ATX case and you insult us by putting in a mini itx board. Would have been nice to see the box “full” so we could get a decent look at what it can offer. So how’s about re-doing the review with a proper mother board, large video card and perhaps one of those self standing water cooling units. That would be a review.