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Item#: N82E16811108192

IN WIN wavy Black Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case 120W Power Supply

  • Mini-ITX Tower
  • USB Front Ports
  • 120W Power Supply

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The In Win small form-factor case is an ideal solution for space-limited conditions, such as HTPC applications. Featuring rugged construction and stylish appearance, this case is small enough to blend beautifully into any environment, yet has all the room you need to build your dream Mini ITX or Mini DTX system.

The drive bay is designed to carry one 5.25” ODD and one 3.5” HDD. By using an included drive bay bracket, this chassis could also support a slim ODD and a 3.5” HDD for maximum flexibility. Easy-to-access front I/O panel gives hassle-free access to two USB 2.0 ports and audio jacks. It’ll all run cool and steady with the included 120-watt power supply and 80mm top fan. Whether you’re looking for a space-saving desktop or a case for your HTPC, the In Win desktop will keep it in style!

  • newegg Elegant, Aesthetically Pleasing Design The In Win Wavy has a stylish wavy front panel that is both calming and beautiful, and beautiful flower marks are printed on the side of the chassis, distinguishing it amongst of crowd of boring PC cases.
  • newegg Great Expansion With only 6.8 liters, the In Win Wavy provides excellent expansion capabilities by utilizing drive bay brackets. Also, the rear panel is fitted with two, low-profile, I/O expansion slots.
  • newegg Friendly Internal Structure Featuring Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX motherboard compatible designs for both vertical and horizontal application as well as easy-to-assemble structure paired with round edges, the In Win Wavy provides extreme flexibility and easy installation.
  • newegg Standard 5.25” ODD & 3.5” HDD In addition to the support for standard 5.25" and 3.5" drive, the In Win Wavy offers the option of converting a standard 5.25” ODD into a slim ODD. It also comes with a drive bay bracket for different application purposes with your 3.5” HDD.
  • newegg Energy Saving & Eco-Friendly Support the energy-efficient Intel Atom processor series with the use of Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards and low-wattage PSU, the In Win Wavy provide excellent thermal performance, saving energy and helping protect the environment.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Alan G.
  • 7/25/2011 7:02:27 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsReally interesting case

Pros: Don't want to repeat too much of what was said in other reviews, but the 160W version of this case is really sharp. There is a ton of thought put into the design.
- The case fans move a fair amount of air and are quiet.
- I had no trouble building a quad core sandybridge (2600K) on this PSU. Running dual monitors on the integrated video.
- Nice mix of features.
- I didn't run into the paint being super sensitive to scratching like some reviews had shown on (possibly) early versions.

Cons: The main reason I wanted to write this review was to share a tidbit: I RMA'd two slim DVD burners before realizing that this case has metal tabs/springs that push on slim drives when you install them. It is easy enough to bend these out of the way, but if you don't you may have trouble like I did where the drive is compressed to the point of the disc having trouble rotating. Just bend the tabs down a bit and use the small screws as intended to mount the drives. No problems with that setup.
- The front face is flimsy, though probably not a major issue if you are careful.
- Some pics online show a flowery design on the case, mine did not have this when ordered from in-win so don't expect it necessarily.
- It is a little tricky getting the front face to pop on over the dvd drive, but just takes a little finesse.

Other Thoughts: Really happy with this case overall. You will get what you expect if you read the reviews online. Was fun building a low power system within the 160W budget.

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  • Deivn E.
  • 11/16/2010 10:19:39 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Its small, By that I mean low profile doesn't take up alot of space. The look of the case is nace as well.

Cons: The front usb cover seems fragile, The power led indicator can be compaired to a 100w light bulb and the power supply puts off a tremendous amount of heat.

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  • Anonymous
  • 11/2/2010 3:02:50 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice Case

Pros: Came upgraded with a 160 watt PSU. Used the optional slim ODD to make room for card reader. The PSU and case fans are very quiet. Built solid. Great design with how access doors are hidden.

Cons: Power LED does not work.

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  • Ralph S.
  • 8/13/2010 7:28:44 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice case

Pros: - SMALL footprint. This is one of the few Mini-ITX cases that has room for FOUR drives (one of which can be a full-size optical drive!) and it's still tiny. It's a clever layout and design.
- Pretty sturdy construction, In-Win always makes a sturdy, well-finished case.
- Many cables included, including a slimline CD drive converter cable, which is very nice.
- No separate power adapter brick. Built-in 120W power supply.
- Relatively generous room for stock CPU fans, even if you have an optical drive installed.

Cons: - Front panel doors are a bit flimsy. I'm waiting to see how long they last.
- Tight fit, to be sure! Especially if you use a slimline optical drive. Getting the drive and front panel to align perfectly can be maddening.
- Proprietary power supply, this doesn't bother me, but it might bother you.
- Fans a bit loud, but nothing to write home about. If you are using for media PC, you might want to consider replacing them. For desk/office use, I doubt you would notice.
- Power connectors are super short. Anything more than a single hard drive (including any optical drive) is going to require some power cable extenders/splitters.

Other Thoughts: I used an Intel board (N82E16813121381) and Intel CPU (N82E16819116076) and had few problems, other than things being a super tight fit of course. No clearance issues with the stock Intel fan. Great little office PC.

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  • Anthony N.
  • 2/1/2010 5:44:21 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNicely put together, with just a few minor flaws

Pros: The main part of this case is made from good sturdy, solid metals, rolled over so no sharp edges. The layout inside is pretty ingenious as well, able to fit a full size hard drive and a full size optical drive while still maintaining a small footprint thanks to a cleverly shaped power supply and mounting bracket. Aesthetically, the case looks great as well, has nice designs on the sides or top (depending on how you orient the case.) and good ventilation. I used this with one of the newer Zotac ION/Atom combo boards, and it has worked out really great.

Cons: I have 3 problems with this case, but together I feel they are only problematic enough to dock a single egg.

The first problem is the LEDs on the front. If you want to use this for a HTPC case and like watching your movies in the dark, prepare to break out the electrical tape, those suckers are blindingly bright

The second problem is the fact that this thing won't take any other power supply other than the proprietary In-Win supply. A PicoPSU might work, but don't expect to fit any other aftermarket PSUs in without modding your case. I've never used an In-Win product before, but so far so good on my PSU, and replacements are available from their website, so no real concerns there if 120w is all you need.

The biggest flaw though is the plastic front of the case. It's pretty flimsy, and it feels kind of cheap, which is unexpected given the quality of the rest of the case. I'm worried that over time the hinge on the optical drive door is just gonna snap from use.

Other Thoughts: Despite the cons, this is a pretty thoughtfully laid out and nice looking case. If you can look past the little flaws, its well worth the money if you want to have something sitting with your components that has some style to it instead of just being a little black box.

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