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IN WIN IW-BP655.300TBL Black Mini-ITX Desktop Computer Case 300W Power Supply

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  • Mini-ITX Desktop
  • USB / Audio Front Ports
  • 300W Power Supply
  • 1 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 1 x 3.5" HDD (1 T) 1 x 3.5" HDD (0.8 T) Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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In Win BP655 Mini-ITX Computer Case

The In Win small form-factor case is an ideal solution for space-limited conditions, such as Home Theater PC applications. Featuring rugged construction and a 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 system. There's also space for a 5.25" external drive and a 3.5" internal drive as well as a low profile expansion card. 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 200-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!



Easy Integration

The BP Series was designed to offer quick integration. No peripheral carrier or bezel must be removed for assembly. This allows very quick assembly and reduces costs.

Optimal Thermal Performance

An ultra-silent 8cm case fan with Intel Thermally Advantaged Small Chassis 1.0 vents help to improve the airflow and optimize thermal performance, keeping temperatures below 101°F (39°C).

Supports Mini-ITX Motherboard

Supports Mini-ITX motherboards for a wide choice of system features and price points.


Standard TFX 12V Power Supply

Internal TFX 200W Power supply included, equipped with a temperature control sensor that reduces noise for very quiet operation.

Standard Components

The BP Series supports standard size components (5.25" & 3.5"). The use of standard components helps to maximize configuration choices and minimize product costs.


Optional screw-less designs - ODD bay and side panel for easy assembly.

Antenna Mount Ready for WLAN Card

System Acoustic Result

System Run Sound Pressure
Idle 29.2dB
Max Power (CPU 100%) 33.4dB

System Thermal Result

CPU Ambient Average Temperature 101°F (38.4°C)

CPU Core™ 2 Duo E6550 2.33GHz (65W)
Ambience Temperature 95°F (35°C)
Ta Average 94°F (34.6°C)
Host Bridge 123°F (50.7°C)
RAM 119°F (48.3°C)
ODD 117°F (47.2°C)
HDD 123°F (50.5°C)
PSU Fan inside 110°F (43.6°C)
PSU Fan outside 118°F (47.7°C)
Second Fan inside 110°F (43.6°C)
Second Fan outside 112°F (44.3°C)

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Chris E.
  • 2/9/2014 7:23:55 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood small mini-ITX case

Pros: Small, room for a full-size DVD/Blu-Ray drive. 300 watt power supply should support most setups.

Cons: USB2 only on front panel. Power switch needs improvement. Not many places to attach cable ties.

Other Thoughts: I use a i7-4770 for H.264 encoding, so this small system has some horsepower. Improvements I would make in a new version of this case:
* Get rid of 5.25in bay and shrink the case a bit more.
* Make the side vent better suited for a 120mm fan (you can mount one there, but it isn't exactly designed for it).
* Switch front panel from USB2 to USB3.
* Provide places to mount cable ties.
* Improve power switch.
My build:
Gigabyte GA-B85N motherboard
Crucial M500 240GB msata SSD
Arctic F8 & F12 PWM case fans

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  • Melissa A.
  • 10/29/2013 8:52:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsMini Gaming PC

Pros: Nice And Small Mini ITX Case I Wanted To Build A Mini Gaming Machine For My Son Do To The Limited Space He Has In His Room This Was The Best Looking One I Can Find For Its Size.

Build Is

ASRock FM2A85X Mini ITX

AMD 6800k ( OC 4.5 Ghz IGPU OC @ 950 Mhz )

8 GB Team Xtreem (2X4) @ 2400 Mhz

7750 Sapphire Low Profile Video Card ( OC @ 950 )

500 GB Hard Drive

Total Draw Power Is About Is About 160 Watts When Idle And About 260 Watts On Full Load And Thats Everything Over clocked.

Cons: Ok This Is EWhere They Lose An Egg As Much As I Like This Case It Very Cheaply Made The Power Button When Pressed Sometimes Stays Stuck And You Have To Wiggle It So It Pops Out. The Reset Button Was Poorly Placed Below The Power Button And When You Press It Feels Like Your Going To Break It Cause Of How Deep You Need To Push It In. The Front Has USB 2.0 And It A Big Shame That Its Not 3.0 I Also Would Have Like To See Them Offer A Bigger Power Supply Cause Theres Defiantly Room In There For It If You Take Out The Top Fan Or Place The The Power Supply In The Front Taking Out The DVDs Metal Holder And Moving The HDD To The Side Panel. Also Keep In Mind That Because Of Its Size You Cant Install A Normal Size Video Card You Can However Get A Flex Riser And Depending On The Size Of The Card You Can Place It Where The Dvd Drive Bay Is Buy Cutting It Out Leaving Only The HDD Holder

Other Thoughts: All In All I Had It For About Three Months And Its Been Working Well The Size was I Big Factor And When We Travel Its easy To Take On The Road.

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5 out of 5 eggsAwesome

Pros: Smaller than an XBox, get yourself an XBox carrying case if you want to travel with it. Makes for a perfect portable high-powered audio production server. I have (2) SSDs in the .8" drive bay and they fit perfectly. I used a VANTEC HDA-250M 2.5" to 3.5" Mounting Kit and simply adhered one drive to the other with industrial-strength velcro and it works like a charm. (2) of the Samsung 840 EVO drives in RAID 0 make up the system/software drive and I'm getting reads of 1.1 GB/sec and writes of 900 MB/sec. If you load a lot of software synths and/or samples you know how sweet this config. is. Used a 1TB Western Digital hard drive in the full bay for data. Couldn't ask for a better case for my purposes.

Cons: Nothing major, the power button can stick if you press it straight on probably due to its triangular shape. Just press it on a corner and it won't stick.

Other Thoughts: I don't know why so many people removed eggs for cable management, they're called zip ties, get some. Other people complained about "wasted space" for an ITX board. Doesn't make sense to me. Some people complain there's not enough space, others complain there's too much? The added overhead space makes for a lot of airflow, my I7 4770 idles at 25C on stock cooling as a result, why would people complain about that?

Bottom line: Awesome case all around, will be building many more systems with this one as long as its available!

-Intel I7 4770
-Gigabyte Z87N-WIFI
-16GB Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1600
-(2) Samsung 840 EVO SSD 120GB (Raid 0)
-Western Digital WD AV-GP WD10EURX 1TB IntelliPower 64MB Cache SATA (Data drive)
-ASUS 24x DVD burner

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  • Bayt
  • 10/3/2013 11:17:31 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsMini-ITX, able to hold 5.25" ODD+2x3.5"HDD

Pros: Easy to build, took me maybe 25 minutes and that was taking time to zip tie to clean up the appearance. Included 80mm fan is held by a plastic holder that has guard - not a bad setup. Able to hold a 5.25" ODD and 2x3.5" HD. Hard disk cage comes out with 4 screws, 2 easy to reach, 2 not bad as long as you have not done your cable management. A magnetic Phillips makes it trivial. On sale it is a nice value. If you only use one internal drive, you have room under it for cable management. Overall a nice small size, but for Mini-ITX there is wasted space. Once could use that 5.25" slot for a 4 x 2.5" hot-swap or any other single 5.25" replacement setup. The PCIE slot would hold a low profile video card, but I did not test that in my build.

Cons: Worried about the power supply. Looking inside, there is no direct air path to the exhaust - it is partially blocked by a circuit board mid way, so that little fan is not able to move heat out like a SeaSonic would. It looks like a low cost unit. A SeaSonic replacement would cost what this entire unit cost. Also worried about the fan, it seems to be another low cost unit. if it has issues, I'll replace with a Noctua. If one is wiling to drill 4 mounting holes, you can fit a 92MM fan in its place and not use the plastic shroud.

Other Thoughts: Power supply is TFX format - this is called out in the specs. I made this computer for a friend, non-gaming family setup.

CPU: I3-4130 using box fan.
RAM: Vulcan 8GB 1600 CL9
HD: 2TB Seagate ST2000DM001
OOD: Samsung SH-224DB
OS: Win7 x64 ultimate

The power supply and 80mm fan do not make much noise, but I'll see how they hold up over time.

If you are not going to use the box cpu fan, then measure carefully to make sure your fan will fit. If you do anything fancy with the ODD, the box fan will still work or a similar low profile fan. If standard ODD then you have some room for a better cpu fan at least 2" more of height.

The front panel looks nice, clean, glossy black plastic. The blue power light may be a bit bright for a media center.

If you need the full size ODD and 3.5" drive, overall this is a good choice. If however you can get by with a slim ODD and a 2.5" HD/SSD then there are other smaller cases that I would use instead (but they do cost more).

Would I use this case again? Yes if a 3.5" and ODD are needed or the cost of the project keeps it at this level.

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  • Jaclyn C.
  • 9/26/2013 10:14:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsDecent case for small parts.

Pros: -Very tiny. I knew it was small, but I didn't imagine getting a case I could fit into a filing cabinet drawer when not using it.
-From all of my testing, the airflow is very nice and seems to get the job done. All included fans are silent and only have a low purr whilst running.

-The 300w PSU is more than sufficient to run a media center computer that demands more than a Pentium D

-Easy Removal of the front cover.
-Very easy to remove smudges off the case (For people who are stingy about how the case looks)

Very good looking case in person.

Cons: -Very little cable management (I knew this going in though and they should allow for more holes to run wires through)
-In order to install any additional hard drives into where they mount, you must first remove the motherboard so you can slide the tray out. Otherwise it rubs the motherboard pins/ power connectors.
-There is no door to cover the CD/DVD tray so you can maintain the sleekness of the case.
-The second blue strip does not light up unless the HDD is active.

Other Thoughts: Overall good value for the case. I feel that if they fixed the couple of design flaws inside the case, I would have given it a 5/5. It was an absolute pain to install everything inside it, but nothing moves once it's their so a fair 3/5 will suffice.

Specs of Build:
4th gen 54w i3 (Haswell) @ 3.4ghz
8gb Team Vulcan ddr3 2400 ram
500gb Western Digital Caviar Black HDD
120gb Samsung 840 series SSD
ASRock mini ITX motherboard with USB 3.0
asus 24x dvd burner
windows 7 pro 64-bit

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  • Earl K.
  • 8/18/2013 1:26:09 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Value

Pros: Small, quiet, plenty of power for a Mini-ITX case, very good value

Cons: Tight fit (I guess that's the rub with Mini-ITX)

Other Thoughts: This is a very nice case for the money. It includes a 300W power supply, which gave me plenty of headroom. Just know that it is a really tight fit. You will either need very skinny fingers or some type of aid, e.g., long tweezers or needle nose pliers, in order to get your jumpers and cables squared away.

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  • Adam R.
  • 8/12/2013 11:50:35 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsFather happy with case

Pros: Fit everything he wanted. Removable drive cage fits optical drive, 3.5 HDD, and Nippon labs HDB-250 bracket to mount an SSD perfectly. Great use of that short 3.5 bay. Case comes with decent amount of screws, etc. Save the box and you can ship assembled machine to Pops safely. Don't forget to put the power cord back in the box! (Ask me how I know)

Cons: No front panel USB 3.0 ports. Not eligible for shoprunner 2 day shipping. Case seems like it could be smaller, but hey, everything fits. I just told him to use rear USB 3.0 on A68I-350 board for quicker backups to WD passport.

Other Thoughts: Dad needed an upgrade from his Dinosaur Dell from the Pleistocene era. Built him a mini-itx system with a Biostar board/cpu/8gb free memory combo. Should be fairly future proof for him for basic web browsing, etc. Personally, I would have gone with a smaller case but he insisted on a optical drive since he still gets media from work he needs to access at home. Build tip: remove the plastic front fascia, remove the ODD/HDD cage with a stubby screwdriver. Install all your drives into the cage. The 5.25 is the top bay in the cage, the full height 3.5 & short 3.5 bays are the next 2 bays down, and are turned 90* in relation to the ODD. HDB-250 bracket works great to adapt a SSD to bottom bay. Plug in your 3 SATA cables to drives, leaving the other ends dangle. Reinstall cage. THEN you can put in the mobo and finish up cables, etc. Reinstall fascia. Easy method.

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat little case

Pros: I bought this case to build a system for my son. It's based on a Zotac motherboard and AMD CPU. Installation was very easy.

Cons: I wish it were a little smaller.

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  • Kenneth R.
  • 2/25/2011 12:22:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsIN WIN Mini-ITX case

Pros: Nice little case for a mini-itx system. Power supply 300 watts, enough for up to an LGA 1156 65 watt system. 80 mm cooling fan.

Cons: It is really cramped but that is to be expected, although it could have more space yet be even smaller if you could use a slim DVD and 2.5" hard drive.

Other Thoughts: Intel DG41AN, an old E8400, 2 x 2 GB GSkill DDR3 1333. System stays fairly cool with motherboard fan controls off, but not too noisy either.

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  • Brent K.
  • 1/21/2011 1:17:25 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSecond one seems to work fine

Pros: This really is a very nice case. I found it very difficult to find an SFF or USFF case with a power supply over 200watts. This one is 300watts. Build quality is good, has a case fan built into it and runs quiet.

Blue power light is bright (as others have stated), but it is not big deal as it can be easily remedied.

Cons: - The first case sent to me had a bad PSU - was RMA'd back to Newegg. That is why it lost one egg. The second case seems to be fine and has been running 24x7 for well over a week now with no issues.

- It really could be smaller! The mini-itx board still leaves a lot of room on the inside for expansion. Does anyone really make a true USFF case that has decent size power supply for higher-end CPU's? Aaarg!

Other Thoughts: - Gigabyte GA-H55N-USB3
- 8 Gb RAM
- Intel i5-661 CPU
- WD 2Tb HDD
- Win7 Ultimate 64bit

Actually is a quick little machine! For onboard graphics, the i5-661 exceeds my expectations.

I did not install an optical drive. That helped with air circulation and space inside the case. I used a slim external USB DVD drive for all my app installs and that is probably what I will continue to use. I'll just plug in the DVD drive as needed.

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