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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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Learn more about the In Win 904

Model

Brand
IN WIN
Model
904

Spec

Type
ATX Mid Tower
Color
Black
Case Material
2mm/4mm Aluminum
Tempered Glass
Motherboard Compatibility
Micro ATX / ATX

Expansion

External 5.25" Drive Bays
1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
3
Internal 2.5" Drive Bays
2
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

Features

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

Quick Info

Warranty

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


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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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  • Duncan M.
  • 1/24/2014 1:26:41 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat case, with a couple limitations

Pros: This case looks great. Everything is well put together, the machined parts all fit nice and tight, basically what you would expect of a $280 case. There are a couple limitations (see cons), but overall everything fits together beautifully.

Cons: Now for the cons. I'll dispel a few unknowns that a lot of people ask about first. The PSU size limit is very real. My AX 860 is 160mm and even that is a tight fit with cables. I attempted to connect the cables first but that made it near impossible to seat the PSU, it has to be angled in somewhat from the front, impossible with cables attached. getting the cables connected after its seated was kind of a tight fit, but not difficult. having a flashlight helps, its difficult to see in such a small space. If your PSU is bigger than 160mm I would say forget it, get a new one. Second, It is indeed possible to mount the rad/fan combo to the inside of the back panel to keep the clean aesthetic, there is plenty of clearance, but the cut out for the water lines made this impossible with my older model Hydro H60. The cut out to pass the lines through is not as wide as the space between were the lines connect to the radiator. On my H60 the rigid, plastic lines wouldn't bend enough to allow it to pass through when mounted so close. Right now I have the radiator mounted to the outside of the panel with a fan mounted directly in front on the inside of the panel in a push configuration. The benefit here is two fold, push is better than pull, and It acts somewhat as a case fan as well, allowing me to skip the 90mm fan altogether. Not a lot of options in 90mm anyway. Third, there's a lot of wasted space in this case. Most notably, the area above the front fan intake. Doesn't make sense really but at least it keeps the air flow unobstructed. Maybe that was the goal. The last thing that irked me was the 5.25" drive bay. If you have a drive or a reader that has a faceplate that isn't flush with the sides it prevents the drive or sled from inserting far enough to mount. There's only one set of mounting holes so short card readers work.

Other Thoughts: Right now the case is an 8/10. Its beautiful and works great for my needs. With a few design changes it could be stellar. Make a bit more space for the PSU. Not asking for a football field, just a bit more so its not so tight. Extend the cutouts on the back panel to support double length radiators. Zero reason not to do that one. Make the pass through for the water lines larger so fan/rad can be mounted inside the back panel.

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  • Nick H.
  • 1/19/2014 8:02:13 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsPleasure & Pain

Pros: Absolutely stunning. One of the most beautiful cases you'll lay your eyes on. I saw the 904 announcement and I knew I had to have it. The tinted, full body glass is beyond cool. There is no "window" it's just glass and all there to see. Love the front with no I/O, it's super clean and slick.

Inside the case, plenty of space for giant video cards, the 3 slot loading HDD bays are great, very nicely painted black steel frame, easy access to route all the cables behind the motherboards, and simple installation of fans & other components)

The externally mounted water cooling radiator & fan is a great design element. Love pulling all that heat out of the case.

Comes with main 24pin and 8pin motherboard power extensions.

Makes me proud to own a PC and show it off.

Cons: To make something so beautiful, some compromises to functionality were a given. Don't buy this if you have a large PSU, mine is an older Corsair 640w (small by today's standards) and I had about 1 inch of room to plug in and route all the cables. Didn't really slow me down, just had to make some uncomfortable cable bends.

Speaking of cables, besides the included power cable extensions mentioned above, you'll an extra long SATA cable to be able to plug in your optical drive - mine still is not hooked up as I wait for a new cable to be shipped.

The included stick on clips for routing cables on the back work great, the only challenge was actually arranging all the cables to be able to get right glass back on. Had to undo much of my first two attempts at routing to make everything lay flatter so the glass could be reattached.

Now with all this said, the biggest downside and challenge so far has been after the build - actually plugging all the I/O cables in the back to get my desktop up and running. With the water cooling radiator attached to the rear (removable) panel, it totally blocks direct rear access to plugging in all the cables. I have to peak through a small crack between the top of the radiator, with a flash light, and use the 2 inch gap between the I/O panel and the rear aluminum panel to plug in the various cables. And now that it's done, it should not be too big of a deal moving forward.

Now if I had no water cooler, I could just unscrew and remove the back piece of aluminum...but I can't. So I'm left routing all the cables through the large cutout on the bottom of (where the power supply exhausts) and most of my cables running to the computer are now too short. Not a HUGE deal, I'll order more, but still very annoying. One more note that I did not realize from the pictures, with the glass back on both sides, there is not a way to plug in or unplug cables from the back of your computer. You must remove one of the two panels of glass (if you have a water cooler).

Other Thoughts: After I get some new longer USB, DVI, and Display Port cables, I'll be a much happier camper - and I know I'll love this case for many years to come.

I also picked up a 140mm Corsair case fan for the intake and a new 120mm Corsair (high flow) fan to update the one attached to the radiator.

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  • Michael S.
  • 12/19/2013 4:57:51 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat case but it is small

Pros: This case is designed wonderful. You can deffently tell the quality is there when you open up the pacakge. I think even with a drop the glass pannels would be fine. Heck even the bag all the wires and screws come in is a nice think mil with a zipper. The glass is tinted so behind the motherboard unless ur looking for it, you wont see much of your wiring. They include a handful of ziptipes and even wireclips that sticky to the mother board tray. On mine the motherboard standoffs were already installed. The 140mm front mount, also has a adapter plate to fit a front 120mm fan so you dont have to do like i did and order a 140mm with it.

Cons: Ok the only downsides that i can see so far are minimal to me but may be huge to you guys.
- I have a crosair all in CPU cooler, what a PITA to put on, they have you externaly mount the rad and run the tubing through the 90mm exhaust port. The fan wire is run external as well so be prepared to have to extend that wire.
-I have a tiny rosewell moduler psu. It is very very tight, they ran the wires for the power switch , the led and the 2 usb 3.0 headers in that area, It makes for a very very tight fit. it was almost impossible to plug in the wires at the psu, but with patience it can be done. The psu does sit low in the case but they do include extensions for the powersupply to motherboard wires which was a nice touch, but they arent sleeved.

Other Thoughts: The cd drive does sit below the psu in the opening on the bottom of the case, I didnt even bother to put a cd drive in because i dont use it that much to want to deal with it, There is enough opening to use the drive in the area, that isnt the problem, the worst is how to plug in the cd drive, the wires would have to run around the case, out back and down the IO pannel (which is hidden behind your glass pannel). Speaking of IO pannel, you do have to remove the side pannel if you want to plug or unplug something in if you have a watercooled setup like I do, If you dont have a Watercooled setup, there is a back pannel that can unscrew and come off to access the IO pannel easly.

I didnt finish the PC last night so I dont know how cooling is with one fan, but If i have any problems i will post up.

I have a 7970ghz card, and it fits with alot of room to spare , so rest assured your gpu`s fit

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/18/2013 8:22:25 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing Case

Pros: -Amazing
-Tempered glass so my friends can see my build
-Three hard drive cages, two ssd slots
-Great design

Cons: -Wish there was more 120/140mm fan slots

Other Thoughts: -Nothing enough to take an egg
-Overall great case

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