ATX Mid Tower
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
- Micro ATX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
- 305 mm / 12.008" With Drive Cages
- 421 mm / 16.575" Without Drive Cages
- 480 mm x 226 mm x 445 mm
- 18.898" x 8.898" x 17.52"
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 48.274 L
- 1.705 ft³
- 14 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Birthday Boy "Aquarium" Build
Let's get this out of the way: the cable management in this case is not great. While tie-downs are fine, the cut-out locations are not optimized at all for any connections along the bottom or top of your motherboard. There's also not a ton of room behind the motherboard tray, so you'll need to make use of those tie-downs and keep your cables fairly flush. I would also complain about the lack of grommets, but realistically for $70, I don't feel that complaint is really justified.
Now, onto the positives. I really enjoy the internal layout of this case, even if it IS a little longer than is necessary, leading to a little tightness in some AIO tubes. The way the front glass panel operates is fantastic, making removal and installation an absolute breeze. The bottom intake locations aren't flexible, but they are spaced well enough to not cause clearance issues. The side-access bottom dust filter is easy to use, though I should note that I installed spacers on the bottom of the case feet to add about half an inch to the bottom clearance to allow a bit more airflow for the intake fans.
The side fan mounts are easy enough to use when installing a 240mm AIO, though I have some minor concerns about the exhaust airflow with the limited side panel exhaust cutouts. Temperatures seem good overall, so apparently it's not a major issue.
The RGB integration for the front power button is tasteful and well implemented, keeping with the clean minimalist aesthetic instead of coming across as gaudy. The hard drive trays seem nice, but really they're not as well-implemented as they could be. They work well enough, with tool-less removal and installation on plastic trays, however you still need to unplug the SATA data and power cables from the back, meaning you either need to have liberal slack and cable length in order you pull the drive tray forward to access the rear of the drive or you still have to remove the rear panel to unplug and plug in said drives. Hot spot drive bays these are not.
One other thing of note is that the PCIe slot dividers are of a floating design with nothing between them. What this means is that since they leave a wide open opening with they are all removed, this case is compatible with vertical GPU brackets without any modding necessary. I actually had a spare vertical GPU bracket laying around and it fit perfectly and the spacing is far enough away from the side glass to not affect thermals at all.
Overall the completed build wasn't the easiest I've done in terms of cable management, but the finished product came out looking great and I really enjoy the alternative layout.
- 11 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build #DoYouBuild_v1 Titanium_Prime
I'm in love in this case. So much, that I decided to PIMP all the old and ugly looking PC's at the office with this one. It has a lot of space in it, good options for cable management and tempered glass panel.
- 8 points
- 23 days ago
from completed build 2020 ultron update
The case has an amazingly strong construction and great Airflow only gripe is the top mount PSU.
- 6 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build The G-Machine
I love this case I am so happy I switched from my AZZA Titan 240 which was just not my style. I had wanted a white case for a while but could not find a good looking cheap case. Until I saw this case for sale on Newegg man this case is top quality for the price. So simple to build in I saw many review's on YouTube just to make sure if it's worth it and man it was can't be happier with this case.
- 6 points
- 15 days ago
from completed build Night Runner
Very happy with this, a great case, not the best for cable management. No included fans which is a little annoying for some one on a budget, but this is not a budget case really. Plus you have to get used to the top mounted PSU, but it works well.
- 5 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build Rat Trap
Case is pretty great cable routing could be a little bit better but it looks great and my cooling is good 2
- 4 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build My New Gaming PC (Work in Progress)
I had my eye on this and the Inwin 303 case for over two years. I went with the 101 because It improved a lot of the flaws the 303 had. The cable management in this case has been excellent for what I have in it. It is a huge improvement over my last case in every aspect, that's for sure.
- 3 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build Azure One i5-9600K/RTX2060
A sleek design that worked within budget, this InWin case is both stylish and functional. The drive bays are easy to access and the front glass panel is easy to remove and install, making cleaning the setup an easy process. The fans are set up so they draw air from under the case and out through the rear fan and the CPU cooler fans on the side, so it makes for smooth airflow for the system too.
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