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IN WIN 904 Black 2mm/4mm Aluminum Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

  • 2mm/4mm Aluminum Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower
  • USB3.0 x 4, HD Audio Front Ports
  • 1 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 3 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
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In Win 904 Mid Tower Chassis Computer Case

New Choice of Chassis Material
The In-Win 904 Mid Tower Chassis is a premium chassis constructed out of aluminum in a unique one-piece design. The side panels are finished entirely out of tempered glass which gives the In-Win 904 a genuinely dynamic, space-age appearance.


Easy Component Installation
  • Supports high-end graphics cards up to 360mm
  • Supports power supplies up to 180mm
  • Easy CPU installation
  • Unique, hidden 5.25" ODD design
  • 3.5"/2.5" SATA HDD modules and tool-free EZ-swap HDD tray
  • Removable 2.5" HDD bracket

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User Friendly
  • User-friendly affixed thumbscrew
  • Supports USB 3.0 superspeed transfer interface

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Spacious Cable Management Area
  • 25mm Side cable management area for better cable routing
  • Aesthetic back panel design eliminates cable mess

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Excellent Thermal Solution
  • Excellent airflow design
  • Supports external mounted 120/140mm liquid cooling radiator
  • Supports 140mm bottom fan x 1 and 90mm rear fan x 1
  • Supports CPU heatsinks up to 145mm
  • Unique hidden vents and magnetic aluminum fan filter
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ATX Mid Tower
Case Material
2mm/4mm Aluminum
Tempered Glass
Motherboard Compatibility
Micro ATX / ATX


External 5.25" Drive Bays
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
Internal 2.5" Drive Bays
Expansion Slots
PCI-E / PCI / AGP Slot x 8 (Supports High-end Graphic Card Up to 360mm)

Front Ports

Front Ports
USB3.0 x 4, HD Audio


Supports: 90mm rear fan x1, 140mm bottom fan x 1, 120/140 liquid cooling radiator

Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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  • Timothy S.
  • 9/13/2014 6:28:48 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsHonest review!

Pros: looks feels LOOKS! this thing looks better than any apple product! Good weight 30+ pounds feels expensive. This is for the casual MMORPG gamer. No over clocking cpu fans,water cooling, more than one video card ect. I love the 3 trays for hard drives/ssd.

Cons: a regular atx board leaves no room for profesinal cable managment. its very tight inside! DO NOT USE A WATER COOL SYSTEM.

Other Thoughts: this is a very difficult case to use. you will need:
An expensive modular power supply, a very small yet powerful cpu fan, it says will fit 145 or smaller but my 141mm wasent even close to fitting it was to tall yet. A very powerfull 120-140 fan for front. and a 90 for rear. Even with the 2 case fan and 2 fans on my cpu. its running coller than my computer with 4 intake and 1 blower. The glass is a tad tinted to dark not a con just wish i could see more. I picked this up at my local micro center for 160 would not pay 230. giving it 4 eggs for looks and quality. would be 2 eggs if I paied full retail.

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  • Danny N.
  • 8/22/2014 5:26:26 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNothing but looks.

Pros: I was very excited about this case. I bought all my components around the spec of this case so yes I did my homework and yes I am a professional so don't expect me to be lenient when rating.
This case has one thing going for it: Looks. It's simple and sleek.

But here are some more pros:

- Easy to assemble and disassemble. In Win provides sufficient tools to get you started, everything is well labeled. Manual could have been a bit more technical.
- 4 USB 3.0 ports.
- Nice light-up front logo.
- Aluminum and tempered glass. Again... looks terrific.
- Plenty room on the side for cable management. With the glass on either sides pretty much allows people to see through, you should try to manage your cable to maintain a clean look.

Cons: My unit was shipped with a defective swappable bay. Another one started to fail causing my SSD RAID configuration to fail. Luckily I back up my data regularly. Return cost for this unit is pricey due to how heavy it is. Newegg does not cover return shipping cost for regular customers if you were just wondering. However, I will give In Win the benefit of the doubt so I will not take points away for the defect that cost me my data.
Now on to my short list of cons:

- Heavy. As stated above. Approximately 35 lbs alone.
- Optical bay is hard to reach/ hard to plug in. There is only one, so you can scrap any plans you had that require optical bays.
- Provides extremely poor airflow. Don't trust their ads. Look at the reviews. This thing heats up fast. If you are planning on air-cooling, save yourself the trouble and get another case.
- Insufficient space for air-cooler. Once again this case was obviously not design for air-cooling. Forget that "Excellent airflow design" mumbo jumbo. Here's a tip for all you air-coolers people: You will need a low profile cooler! I have personally tried the Noctua NH-C12P SE14 and it works fine. However, in the long run no air-cooling is going to stand up to the heat that this thing builds up. Just remember to look at the dimensions carefully if you do plan to air-cool!
- Water mounting is on the exterior and in the back. This is extremely distasteful and causes a lot of problems. Due to the design of having a quick removable back panel, once you install your water-cooling radiator onto the back panel as shown in the instruction, you will not be able to remove the panel. That means plugging and unplugging your cables from the back will be a hassle.
- Price. For a premium price, I expected a premium product.
- Power button. The placement of this button is near a thumb screw which makes it hard to actually press on it without having to wrap your finger around, and no the button itself does not light up. A separate tiny power led will indicate it is on once it is already on.
- Insufficient room for medium to large size power supply. Most likely you will run into problem installing your power supply if you did not take note of the dimensions.
-Insufficient room for motherboard cables. This could very well be the design on my motherboard. This case did not allow much room to wiggle the cable around to the rear. It really pinch the cables in place due to the placement of the swappable bays and how short this case is.

Other Thoughts: The only reason why I chose this case is because it doesn't look like a freak-show. It looks professional. That and because it provides a good resting stand for my leg due to the fact that there are no buttons on top or on the front to accidentally push on.
I personally have gone with a separate cooling unit and it works great and can now bear with it a little longer. However, I still think it was a waste of money as this case did not live up to my expectation. It requires planning and just isn't worth it the money. My suggestion for In Win is build it longer and wider! Maybe even put a fan in the front for people who prefer air-cooling. I'm sure you can find a way to implement this.
As an end note I will say this. In Win has got the design portion down. Now if only they can get their heads together and make their product useful and serves the purpose.

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  • Kimahri Y.
  • 7/23/2014 4:20:27 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsGORGEOUS case, but...

Pros: The IN WIN 904 is hands-down the best-looking computer chassis I've ever seen. I bought two of these for myself and my wife, and they look absolutely incredible with interior lighting.

The craftsmanship / construction quality / material quality are all among the highest I've ever seen (and I've been building PC's for 15 years). The aluminium frame and tempered glass side panels are both machined to perfection with no sharp corners or edges. Speaking of the glass side panels, they look absolutely stunning with interior lighting - the effect cannot be achieved with typical acrylic panels (the way light refracts through glass is very different). The aluminium frame is a solid quarter-inch thick; just very sturdy construction.

The case provides ample room for cable management - it's designed so that all the internal cables can be tucked away behind the motherboard. The case even comes bundled with extension cables for the 20+4 pin motherboard power and 4+4 pin CPU power in case your PSU doesn't have cables long enough to reached around behind the motherboard.

There's also about 4 inches of clearance between the rear of the motherboard and the case's back panel, which serves to hide all the cables going into the back of the PC. The result looks very sleek indeed.

Cons: The praises aside, this case has several design flaws... the worst of which is the way water cooler support is implemented.

The 904 is extremely cramped inside - in fact, it's the most cramped mid-tower case I've worked with, which pretty bad considering its exterior dimensions nearly rival my old full-tower case (the exterior size "bloat" is created by all the clearance for cable management). This is already somewhat unacceptable for a $200+ chassis, but to make matters worse it doesn't have enough room to support interior mounting of a 120mm water cooler (speaking of which, the exhaust fan slot only supports 90mm, which is unacceptable in this day and age - who uses 90mm fans anymore?)

This meant if you have a water cooler, it must be mounted on the exterior (on the back panel). This creates a whole slew of issues:

1) The back panel cannot be removed once a water cooler is fully installed (i.e. connected to the CPU) - this is a HUGE problem because the easiest way to access the connections on the back of the PC is by removing the back panel. This means once you installed a water cooler, the only way to plug / unplug anything from the back of your computer is to remove the side panels, then grope around in the dark (even with a flash light, it's very difficult to see through the holes on the back panel - especially with a big water cooler radiator blocking your view...)

2) Having to mount the radiator so far away from the CPU means you will be forced to mount the water pump upside down (most AIO water coolers have the tubes going into the pump on the right side; this chassis forces you to rotate the pump so the tubes are on the left side). Unfortunately, if your water pump has a cool back-lit logo on it, it will be upside-down. This may seem like a small issue, but considering that the 904 is meant to be a windowed case that showcases the interior of your PC, this is actually unacceptable.

3) The chassis also forces you to install the radiator upside-down (with the tubes going into the radiator on the top, rather than on the bottom). This is actually something Corsair specifically said NOT to do (I once sent in a support ticket for my H80 and that's what they said).

Furthermore, the chassis did not leave enough room for larger PSU's. My EVGA SuperNova 2 750W power supply barely fit into this case. It literally had less than an inch of clearance (I actually had to apply force to push the PSU into place - was very worried about damaging the modular cables, too).

Lastly, the optical bay is located too far away - a standard-length SATA cable will JUST barely reach your optical drive from the motherboard. I can imagine if you have a shorter SATA cable or a motherboard with SATA ports located further up will cause some issues.

IN WIN designers obviously measured everything to fit "just right" - but they really should have left some leeway on account of people who have larger components.

Other Thoughts: I have very conflicting feelings about the IN WIN 904. On one hand, it is drop-dead gorgeous-looking once properly set up. On the other, it was nightmarish to work with.

My biggest gripe about this case remains the way the water cooler support is implemented. Having to mount the radiator on the exterior of the case looks extremely silly and seems to defeat the whole purpose of the back panel (which is meant to make the case look sleek and pretty, not with a big ugly radiator sticking out of it). I personally find the way water coolers are handled on this case to be borderline unacceptable.

Additionally, you should note that this case has one of the worst C/P ratios of any chassis (you can buy some REALLY fancy performance cases for $200). Considering that, for $200+, you only get:

- 2 fan slots, one supporting only 90mm (who uses those anymore?) and no additional ventilation (the case is completely sealed and relies solely on the fans to move air, which would be fine... if it supported more fans)

- Poor water cooler implementation, and no support for dual-slot (120mm x2) water coolers.

- Only 3 HDD bays and 1 optical bay.

Compare this to the Cooler Master N400 mid-tower chassis (which I used to build a system for my family), which costs only $60:

- Much better ventilation, with metallic meshed front panel and vents on all the panels (sides, top, bottom).

- Supports tons of fans and water cooling options. You can mount 7x 120mm fans in that case; two of the mounting locations support dual-slot (120mm x2) water coolers and the rear slot supports the typical 120mm water cooler.

- Much better expansion capacity; 2 optical bays and 7 HDD bays.

All in all, my conclusion would be that despites its high price, the IN WIN 904 does NOT qualify as an enthusiast-friendly product because it simply does not support a lot of enthusiast-grade hardware. It's a great choice if you want to build a nice-looking PC that's air-cooled and don't do tons of overclocking. But if you are looking to build a performance PC, this case is not for you (regardless of whether or not budget is an issue).

My suggestions to IN WIN:

- This case will SERIOUSLY benefit from more interior space. It needs to be at least 2-3 inches wider, to support taller CPU coolers, as well as to allow for interior mounting space for 120mm water cooler. The interior mount for water cooler is particularly important due to the aforementioned issues with having to mount the radiator on the back panel of the case.

- Additionally, the case should be 4-6 inches longer, to support larger PSU's as well as to allow for more HDD bays.

- The optical drive bay on the bottom of the case should have a cable inlet on the side of the enclosure, rather than the rear.

Anyway, 3/5 Eggs:

1 Egg: Great aesthetics.
2 Egg: Great craftsmanship and materials.
3 Egg: Reviewer bias (I embrace it despite its flaws)

1 Egg Off: Terrible water cooler implementation
2 Egg Off: Cram

Manufacturer Response:


Your opinion has been forwarded to our R&D and Marketing departments. Thank you very very much.

Best Regards,
In-Win Customer Service

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  • Eric B.
  • 6/17/2014 10:44:01 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsDon't review if you don't own it

Pros: innovative design. Great build quality. Love the "notch" hides all the stuff you rarely use and is a great air intake with a filter.

Back in the early 90's I loved In Win, they became bland and I went to Antec, Lian Li, and other innovative brands. Two excited thumbs up to In Win on this case! Way to make a come-back... a bold statement...

Glad to see glass used in a classy way.

Cons: doesn't fit every PSU on the planet comfortably...

Other Thoughts: After reading some reviews and building thousands of PC's over 27 years, I find it helpful reading before you buy. Some reviews are great, some you can tell just want to complain because they can't afford to buy it. Do your homework kids, this case has that "notch" for air flow and media yet you review it with "waste of space" and other meaningless remarks.

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  • Frederic J.
  • 5/23/2014 10:32:27 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsSuperb and stylish

Pros: Very nice, slick, and still usable design, high quality materials. Too pricey for client PCs I'm currently planning to deliver, but I'll definitely consider this for my new personal rig which is also "in the making". Or for the office reception area.

I understand Alias's resentment to "work" with this gem of a chassis : it's very hard to cope with both usability and design in a satisfactory manner for the many. whereas there's "sentient design" there's compromise, and it won't suit every one's requirements, although it will be of a perfection otherwise unattainable for others.

Note, the rectangular hole is actually used unlike some say : by design, that's from where main controls are accessible, including the optical drive. You could even leave a decorative alien guyzmo that you would pinch out every time you use the ODD!... It also permit for the pure lines and texture of the front panel to shine on your desk. Since most would place such chassis on a table (with clean rear cable routing), not hide it under, having access to main controls from the bottom end is IMHO a cleaver and fantastic design. And the front panel protects an opened ODD... More room for HDD/SSD? That's the compromise to make (apart from the ventilation/PSU issue which follows), but if more disks are required and you still want this baby, you could use an external NAS (1-2 Gb/s local network is sufficient for most shared volumes, backup and archiving purposes)

Cons: My main concern with this chassis would be ventilation, most openings are on the rear (no intake vents) : one bottom fan pushes fresh air over the HDD/SSD area, but not much in the bottom Mobo area if you use the rear fan in a standard pull mode. It could end up with PSU or Graphic card heat issues... Read "other thoughts", some feedback about this would be appreciated.

Other Thoughts: Maybe that a push configuration from the rear fan would be appropriate, especially with an externally mounted radiator, however I doubt about the differential pressure it would create since there's not much dispersed air vents (if not none) : the fact that they're all on the back implies that there will never be fresh air into some areas, e.g. the PSU. More over, unlike most configurations using the bottom of the chassis, the PSU must have its fan turned towards the Mother Board, since it directly sits over the optical drive (which will eventually get very, very hot) : either it's pushing hot air onto the Mother board and the graphic card (the air going through a hot PSU from the PSU'S rear intake vents), either it's pulling hot air from the Mobo and Graphic card area into the PSU... In both cases, something is getting hoter...

A good PSU bottom gonfiguration should have its fan pulling fresh air from the bottom of the chassis, making it almost completely independent from the inner air circulation (especially when it must be cramped into an exiguous area). In this case, a space between the ODD and the PSU, like a platform a 1/4 inch height with a rear intake vent in between the ODD and the PSU would've been welcome (or with little hole on the cover panel facing the space between the PSU and the ODD, so that the PSU fan can be directed downward and intake exterior air).

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  • Matt M.
  • 4/30/2014 4:21:52 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsBest looking case I've ever seen

Pros: Beautiful, looks even better in person than in photo's. Drop in some case lights and they glow just a little through the darkened tempered glass. Really clean and pleasing look. Aluminum and glass dissipate heat very well. I have a corsairh55 and my temps for my CPU (Not overclocked currently) are below 20c, this is in California while it has been very hot. MB temp is around 26c. I have 1 120mm and 1 92 mm fan. I'm so glad someone has finally made a case that doesn't look like a cheesy Transformer. The layout is far superior to the Antec 900 I was using before (which is, I admit an old design)

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: I bought an Antec Kuhler H20 650. It will not fit in the case, had to buy a different cooler and eat the cost. This is after my original Cooler Master V8 wouldn't fit (But I knew that when I bought the case). Just be very aware of what cooler will fit. t's not a con of the case, just something to think about.

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  • Khunda A.
  • 4/20/2014 5:00:48 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBeautiful case

Pros: Design, external Hydro mount.

Cons: cooling, no overheating issues so far but its winter.

Other Thoughts: Be careful how you plug in the mobo power wires. Pay attention to the red and white wires.

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/18/2014 6:56:47 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

3 out of 5 eggspretty, but poor use of space

Pros: aluminum + glass
cable management
room for one-piece water cooling
causes of buyer's remorse are clearly visible before purchase: space limitations are shown clearly, including diagrams!

Cons: The space directly in front of the power supply is just plain wasted. The space for the PSU could have been increased and the lines would have been even cleaner with a rectangular piece of glass without the rectangular notch cut out at the bottom. This unnecessary compromise of the utility of the case with no aesthetic benefit, stops me from seriously considering it. Not only was it unnecessary to put that wall right in front of the PSU, the notch in the otherwise rectangular glass makes it a little funny looking.

Other Thoughts: It's a real pity that such attractive material choices were ruined by the layout. There is no denying it looks great, but after a few days or maybe a week of reveling in its beauty, I just know that notch cut out unnecessarily from the bottom front would make me progressively more annoyed and before long I would wish I had gotten something that made more intelligent use of the space it occupies. This brand has some great ideas including the H-frame and D-frame concepts but they seem not to give enough thought between initial concept and manufacture. I hope they start to do so because each of those would be among the best cases around, if they were just done right. When/if they take a clue about layout from Corsair, Cooler Master, et al while sticking to grown up materials (tempered glass, not acrylic!), then I will buy from In Win. Until then, since the computer is primarily a tool, not a conversation piece, carelessly wasting so much of the space it occupies is a deal breaker for me.

I would rather start with a case with smarter layout, and then maybe as a DIY project replace an acrylic window or even an entire case panel with tempered glass when I have the time. But if you simply must have an aluminum and tempered glass case, this is your only option other than DIY. Just be ready to live with the built in compromises.

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  • Matthew D.
  • 4/18/2014 2:17:49 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGorgeous case

Pros: Nothings beats the satisfaction of having a nice looking computer. I wish this was a laptop I could take to work and show off, but sadly it's anchored to my office desk.

The build is very solid, however I did notice a minor warp along the back panel of the chassis where the PCI slots are located making screwing in the video card a chore but other than that I could not be happier with the quality of the build. hard drive bays sit brilliantly, I have personally never had docking HDDs though I use them at work, but its more of a look thing than anything else, (there are no additional bays included than the ones already in the system so it's not really intended to be that swapable. USB ports are well located and ample.

I personally bought a 90mm fan, a 140mm fan and a 140mm corsair h90 for the CPU. Temps are perfectly reasonable at moderate overclocking and my 4770K runs at about 30C when idle, as well as my EVGA 780Ti.

The case is very roomy inside (with one exception), which makes this case a great choice for monster sized GPUs. You could easily fit 4, but you would have the 4th GPU blowing exhaust directly into the PSU so I couldn't recommend that setup without watercooling.

For cable management, the case came with plenty of handy extenders and little adhesive clips. There's plenty of room to fool around with behind the motherboard, and you'll likely need it if you do a similar build as I did.

Cons: I don't imagine this is the first case Inwin have ever made, but there are some strange things in here that make me question what the hell they were thinking.

On to what is clearly the biggest issue with the case: there is simply no easy way to put in that PSU. I went with a 1000W ATX modular PSU. since the PSU is installed upside down, the thick power cable for the motherboard has to reach over all the modular slots to get to the other side of the case. It was intended to be installed right side up, and have the Main cable be conveniently out of the way, but this case design counteracts and exacerbates that. This wouldn't be such a huge issue if there was more than a half inch sliver of a hole to fit all power cables through, plus all front I/O. And even that wouldn't be such a huge deal if you could just slide the PSU in, but you have to finagle it in past this flap, and then swing it down, squeezing all the cables through an even tighter space. EVEN THIS wouldn't be such a huge problem if the just widened the hole everything goes through, which there is clearly space. This really is a HUGE oversight, especially since the case is spec'd to fit an ATX PSU. I honestly don't think there is any way I could fit another cable unit in this case without modifying the hole the cables go through; I'm shocked I even got the ones that I did through.

The hole in the chassis for the CPU backside did not properly overlap with my CPU and I had to take the whole motherboard apart to get the waterblock on.

The case is designed for watercooling, but having the radiator attach to the panel which is meant to be detachable for access to the rear I/O means that you have to handle with care every time you remove it, meaning it's much easier to just unscrew the side panel to access the rear I/O making fingerprints a real danger.

There's no reason this couldn't have supported a dual 120mm fan radiator setup.

Other Thoughts: It's hard to put a price on looking this good. I am overall VERY pleased with the final product, and if you're willing to pay the premium, and put in the effort, this can be a beautiful and powerful rig.

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  • Kenneth W.
  • 3/30/2014 8:21:44 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsIN WIN 904 Case

Pros: Stunning modern look. The front 3.0 ports have already attached 19 pin cables attached. Unfortunately, I only have 1 19 pin header on my board, but that can be fixed with a USB card. I was initially worried about the heat because the only air inlet is the bottom mounted 120/140 fan. However, the aluminum and glass dissipate the heat very well which is why you only need a couple fans. I went with the 140mm and a 92 for the exhaust. I don't have a water cooled heat sink for my CPU and my temps are still very cool even under a load. I like the drive bays as well and there's plenty of room for cable management. What is nice about it being so enclosed is it should eliminate a lot more dust--especially with the fan filter on the bottom.

Cons: As other have noted, there is little room for the PSU and I struggled getting my Antec 1000 watt beast in there.Luckily, it has modular connections and the additional ports are at the top edge. I did put a 5.25 blue-ray player in and I had to use 18" cables to do it.

Other Thoughts: I love the thing.

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