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IN WIN 901 Aluminum / Tempered Glass Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case

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IN WIN 901 Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case

In Win 901 is built to achieve a perfect balance between aesthetic design and superior functionality in a Mini-ITX chassis.

The stunning, minimalist exterior and innovative interior layout are engineered precisely to the most exacting performance standards.

The 901 accommodates 200mm power supplies, and 300mm high-end graphics cards. It supports 120mm external mounted liquid cooling radiators, and CPU heatsinks up to 130mm.

 

Specifications

areca RAID
  • Material:
    4mm / 1.6mm Aluminum
    Tempered Glass
  • External Drive Bay:
    Slim ODD x 1 (Includes SATA EZ-Swap Module)
  • Internal Drive Bays:
    3.5"/2.5" x 2 (Includes SATA EZ-Swap Module)
    2.5" x 2
  • MB Form Factor:
    Mini-ITX
  • Power Supply:
    N/A
  • I/O Port:
    USB 3.0 x 2, HD Audio
  • Expansion Slots:
    Full Height PCI-E Slot x 2 (Up to 300mm)
  • Supported Thermal Solution:
    90mm Rear Fan x 1
    120mm Bottom Fan x 1
    120mm Liquid Cooling Radiator
    CPU heatsink up to 130mm
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):
    13.8 x 6.8 x 15.7"
    (350 x 173 x 400mm)
 

Features

New Choice of Chassis Material
  • One Piece construction with 4mm aluminum alloy
  • Tinted tempered glass side panel

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Innovative and Stylish Design

C. Design


1. Extremely simple
2. Elegant back panel
 
D. Stylish hairline texture surface

 


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Smart Interior Design

E. Supports high-end graphics cards up to 300mm
F. Supports power supplies up to 200mm
G. CPU cut-off hole for easy installation
H. Unique hidden slim ODD design
I. Removable 2.5" HDD bracket


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Spacious Cable Management Area

J. Cable Routing


1. 20mm side cable management area for better cable routing.
2. Sleek rear panel to cache cable routing

 


IN WIN 901

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

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Excellent Thermal Solution
  • Supports a 120mm bottom fan and a 90mm rear fan
  • Components

    1. Supports external mounted 120mm liquid cooling radiator.
    2. Supports CPU heatsink up to 130mm
  • Unique hidden vents and magnetic aluminum fan filter
  • Efficient airflow design
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What's in the Box

IN WIN 901
 
 

Learn more about the In Win 901

Model

Brand
IN WIN
Model
901

Spec

Type
Mini-ITX Tower
Case Material
Aluminum / Tempered Glass

Expansion

Internal 2.5" Drive Bays
2

Front Ports

Front Ports
USB 3.0 x 2, HD audio

Cooling System

90mm Fans
1
120mm Fans
1

Features

Features
120 liquid cooling radiator

CPU heatsink up to 130mm

stylish hairline texture surface design

hidden Slim ODD design

magnetic aluminum fan fitler

3.5"/2.5" SATA HDD EZ-swap x 2, 2.5" x 2, Front USB 3.0 x 2, HD audio, Full height PCI-E slot x 2 support high end graphic up to 300mm

Quick Info

Warranty

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


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  • Jaime F.
  • 7/2/2014 11:00:38 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome case

Pros: Super well made. Looks fantastic by itself and when fully built. Room for 5 drives including slim optical drive.

Cons: Not really and serious cons. Just make sure you buy the right components.
I got a tower style heat sink that wouldn't allow the side glass to close. Had to user a different style.

Other Thoughts: I wanted a powerful yet compact system with an itx case. I personally think anything larger than MATX is too bug unless you actually want 2+ video cards.
I put the following in mine.
Asus P8H77-I
Core i5 3350p
Cooler Master Vortex Plus
MSI 7970 Ghz edition
8GB of basic DDR3 1600Mhz
200GB SSD and 500GB HDD

Overall this system is pretty good.
Make sure to use the 120MM fan at the front and a 92MM at the back for proper airflow. I initially made the mistake of not using the 92MM fan in the back and the system got rather toasty. After, it runs like a dream.

I'm pretty impressed how well it all came out.

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  • James G.
  • 6/27/2014 6:45:29 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIn Win 901 Mini ITX

Pros: This case has the best fit and finish out of any I have had. It is heavy for what it is. Has a very thick "brushed" stainless steel look (although aluminum). It can accommodate somewhat long graphics cards, decent sized PSUs and even relatively large (not huge) air cooled heat sinks. Also supports water coolers. Air flow seems to work well for the most part if you use good fans (you have to buy your own). The tinted tempered glass gives it a nice look, although the glass panels are a little on the thin side. The screw accessory kit is very complete. It comes with screw bags that have an over-abundance of screws for most possible standard components that this case supports (and the bags are even well labelled). Also all of the drive bays have quick disconnect fittings which all line up real well with the components. Overall excellent quality!

Cons: So now the bad side of things. The slim dvd drive that the case accepts is in an awkward place (it is nicely hidden) but it is kind of awkward to pop the disks in and out of the tray from that position. Also it requires a floppy disk power connector for some reason, so if you get this case and really want to use this drive bay, make sure your PSU comes with a floppy power connector (or you need to purchase one separately). Also while it allows relatively long graphics boards, the width is another problem. I bought an MSI r9 280 and while the board itself fit fine, the power connectors on the side of the board were nearly flush with the glass. Needless to say with the power connections from the PSU attached, the glass couldn't be put on that side. Luckily since this case was for my daughter I put my older GTX 560 in which fit fine not only because it was more narrow but because the power connections were on the end of the board. (I kept the MSI board for my own computer replacing the 560) I was looking at the newer boards after this and most seem to have the connectors on the long side of the board. The only company that I have seen so far that seems to have kept them on the end is Club 3D based on pictures I saw. Also like many other ITX cases, cable management is a little bit more of a chore than normal. Also while not really a con, because of it being very substantial, it will weigh more than another mini ITX rig, so if you plan I transporting it, you may want to reconsider for that reason (and the fact that you may break the glass, scratch or mar your great looking new case!). Also the price is high, but in this case you get what you pay for.

Other Thoughts: As with any mini ITX case, I would recommend a modular PSU with good flexibility otherwise cable management will be more difficult. I decided on using a Noctua 9H-U9B SE2 air cooler on this. And while I would recommend a lateral air cooler like this (and the Noctua works very well) in this case because of where the intake and exhaust is, it looks like a big eyesore which kind of subtracts from the aesthetics of the whole thing. If I built the whole thing again I would probably end up putting a water cooler on it (and still might). Even with the cons I still give this 5 stars because of its great looks and excellent quality and wouldn't hesitate to buy it again.

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  • David P.
  • 5/29/2014 11:54:29 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat Low
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIt's incredible

Pros: It is so beautiful.
It is engineered so precisely with high quality materials i was blown away even with high expectations.
It is well designed with good airflow options and placement for components.
Fits a full sized GPU.

Cons: It is on the heavy side and with the glass panels it's not really meant for transport.

Other Thoughts: If you want a great mini ITX case this is the one especially if you want a case that will fit a full sized GPU. This case is worth every penny given the high quality of the construction and materials. You get what you pay for and this case has great value.

If you are looking for a case for a computer to transport frequently i would look elsewhere.

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  • Justin B.
  • 5/21/2014 8:25:23 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAbsolutely stunning.

Pros: This case is possibly the most beautiful case I've ever seen. The brushed aluminum has a solid, polished edge that angles into the actual side-finish, also the same as the angled part, and gives it a much more complete look. The interior is all metal, and among some of the best metal I've ever seen used inside of a case. The entire frame is very light but still very rigid.

- 2x 2.5" drive "bays."
- 2x 2.5/3.5" hot-swap drive bays.
- Tool-less "spring-loaded" screws all through out the case.
- The glass is tinted all throughout, along the edges and each side.
- The glass seems pretty durable for glass.
- Large, well placed rubber feet for balancing.
- The addition of the adapter for the 12.7mm drive bay is quite nice.
- Plenty of cooling capability, with the right components.
- I'll say it again, just absolutely stunning.
- Dark enough to hide components, if kept out of direct light.
- Light enough to show off components, if kept in the proper lighting.
- Interior cables are all in woven-black.
- Cables are plentiful in length to reach where ever need be.
- Comes with tons of zip-ties, and a fair amount of cable managing points/tie downs.
- Space for power supplies that would be far over-kill for this build.
- GPU's should run relatively cool right above the intake.
- PSU's will also help cool certain style GPU fans.
- Clearance for decent size tower heatsinks.
- Will accept A-I-O water coolers, or if you're really adventurous, possibly a custom loop.
- Technically three fan mount locations, front 120mm intake. Rear panel, 92mm. And the back-plate on the case, can fit a 120mm or possibly even a 140mm with some modification.
- Magnetic fan filter on intake.

Cons: As beautiful as the case is, there are still some things to be known/concerned of:

- You're paying outright for form, well over function here. Pricey, pricey, and some cheaper cases will "perform" better, in terms of cooling capability.
- If you over clock, or are running very warm/hot parts, cooling may be an issue for you.
- Due to the construction of the case, the glass mainly, noise might be an issue with rattling/movement.
- The 2.5"/3.5" combo drive slides can be a bit noisy with the pull-out piece for them. Either tighten them down more or try and find a fitting washer. Or just remove them if you're concerned about the noise.
- The power cable along the hot-swap bays isn't as thick as the others, and you can partially see through the cabling exterior.
- Obviously, finger-print [[AND DUST!]] magnet.
- It's a bit awkward/cumbersome to try and place CD's into the "cubby" where the 12.7mm drive is. I have medium sized hands and I find it uncomfortable at times, larger hands would be worse.
- If you do wish to use an all-in-one water cooler, bear in mind. You'll need to mount the radiator exterior to the case. There is only about 60-70mm of clearance between the rear I/O-panel and the rear shield on the case. So if you aren't using a 25mm thick radiator with a 25mm thick fan (which even then, some cables might be too deep) you'll probably need to mount the fan inside the shield and the radiator exterior the case and shield. Or both fan and radiator exterior on the rear shield.
- The intake fan is, not largely, but partially blocked by some of the front-panel I/O circuitry and wires.
- The 12.7mm adapter uses a 2-pin Floppy power connector. Which is kind of a pain; it'd be nice if they used SATA power.
- Cable managing might be hard, especially with a non-modular power supply. I HIGHLY recommend you use a fully modular power supply.
- Make sure your graphic card isn't overly wide, as power cables may be squeezed in tightly in some cases.
- And lastly, I don't believe it's common, but, it may be possible to over-tighten the case/side-panel screws and crack the glass.

Other Thoughts: Those cons, for me, were no where near upsetting or bothersome enough to take off an egg. I'm absolutely in love with this case, and hopefully with the build I just pieced together (aside from the GPU of course), I'll get to enjoy my components in there for a very long time. And hopefully Mini-ITX will still be a form-factor board, as I don't have any desire to change this case. I also deeply enjoy how the case is set up in a traditional M-ATX/ATX fashion. It may waste more space, but it just looks more traditional compared to many of the other M-ITX case designs. Some other things to note:

- "Blower style" GPU's [[Graphic cards with one fan at the far end of the card]] will largely benefit from this cases design. It will basically steal air from the front 120mm intake and exhaust it out the rear of the case.
- If you're using a non-blower-style GPU, such as a dual-fan towards the middle kind-of-card, you may want a powersupply that either has more wattage headroom, so it runs lower cooler, or one with a better fan. As it would be pulling the air exhausted from the GPU down. [[You can also use this to your benefit to help with cooling]]
- The cover for the 12.7mm drive, when off, partially shows into the case. Some people might not like the look of that.
- Not a case friendly for those who are bad at cable management, as it will be visible.
- Contrary to that last point, it's a good case to work in for a newer builder, as it is larger on the M-ITX scale and easier to work with/inside of, compared to many other M-ITX cases.
- The In Win logo on the front glows white.
- As far as I can see, no reset button. Although, we all know the trick of holding down the power button for a few seconds and it'll power off. So not a huge deal.


Conclusion; if you're looking for a beautiful case, maybe more fitting for a work/home PC than a super powerful gaming rig? Go with this little guy. He's pricey. And may not cool as well as some others. But it is quite an exceptionally beautiful case. Alternatively, if you're looking for something bigger for regular ATX or Micro-ATX motherboards, there is an "In Win 904" which is larger, for those motherboards. Here's to hoping many years of useage and joy, with this build!

- Intel i7 4771
- 2x 8GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR3 1600MHz
- ASUS Maximus VI Impact
- 480GB Intel 730 SSD
- 2x 1TB Seagate Barracuda HDD's
- EVGA GTX 670 4GB SuperClocked
- Corsair AX760
- Noctua NH-L9i cooler
- 2x Effizio 09-15 [[Red]] 92mm fans. [[One replacing CPU fan, one next to rear I/O panel.]]
- 2x Effizio 12-15 [[Red]] 120mm fans. [[One as intake, one as exhaust on rear case shield.]]
- LG GA31N 12.7mm CD/DVD slot-loading drive.
- Corsair [[Red]] sleeved cable kit.

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  • chet s.
  • 3/25/2014 9:05:02 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsThis case is beautiful, but there is one big problem.

Pros: Beautiful built quality

Cons: Not enough room to store extra cables. The manufacture should be specific about the choice of power supply.

Other Thoughts: I recommend a modular power supply with slim cables for this case. There is barely any room to store extra cables behind the power supply.

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  • CORY H.
  • 3/23/2014 4:34:46 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsClassy Case

Pros: Beautiful thick aluminum and tinted glass.
Solid build and materialality.
Easy swapable drives.
Hidden slim DVD burner location.
Fits a full length graphics card.
Good cable management.

Cons: Larger than you would expect.
Dark glass attracts fingerprints.
Heavy.

Other Thoughts: This is by far the most gorgeous case I have ever owned. I was surprised by how large and heavy this thing is. I wanted to go mini-itx for a smaller case and all I really ended up with was a smaller motherboard. I would like to see a new thinner power supply standard emerge for cases like these.
Also: You can use any slim dvd burner you want. Just push it in and you're good to go. It comes pre-wired with a SATA cable and power cable. The power cable is a floppy drive connection. I know, floppy drive power connection! You may have to order an adapter, FYI.

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  • Jerry T.
  • 3/6/2014 7:51:06 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Case

Pros: Very nice looking case. Love the brushed aluminum and glass. I downsized from a Corsair 600T case to this. Wanted a smaller sized case to show off my build.

Easy to work in
All components fit nicely
Beautiful - piece of art

Cons: Water cooling options are limited. Some space in the case is wasted in my opinion, but overall a great case.

Case runs a little warm. Not bad, but hotter than my 600T.

Other Thoughts: My Build
Case: In Win 901
Mobo: Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe
RAM: 16GB GSkill Sniper @ 1866
SSD: Dual Kingston 120GB in RAID 0
HD: 1 TB WD Black
PSU: Corsair RM 550
GPU: MSI GTX 660ti Power Edition
Cooler: Corsair H55 Quiet Edition
OS: Win 7 Pro

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  • Clayton M.
  • 3/2/2014 9:40:26 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBeautiful case

Pros: -Absolutely beautiful case - the pictures do not do it justice
-Plenty of internal space for components

Cons: - Glass is a fingerprint magnet (In Win includes a cloth with the case)
- 3.5" hard drives tend to run hot
- Limited airflow

Other Thoughts: Running the case with an Antec h2o 620 cooler. It took a little work to get the fan and radiator mounted, but afterwards it was smooth sailing.

My build:
Intel i7-3770
Gigabyte GA-H77N-WIFI
16GB G.Skill Ripjaw X
Gigabyte GTX 580
256GB Toshiba Q-Series SSD (OS Drive)
120GB OCZ Agility 3 SSD (2nd OS Drive)
640GB Western Digital Black HDD (Storage drive)
Antec Kuhler H2O 620 CPU cooler
Antec TriCool 120mm case fan
Corsair AX1200 PSU (overkill but I've had it forever and it fit!)

I added 2 8" cold cathodes to the interior to match the fan coloring and the case looks great. It is as much a work of art as it is a computer case.

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  • Robert B.
  • 1/23/2014 9:36:36 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBeautiful Case

Pros: - Brushed-look aluminum case
- Dark colored tempered glass
- Decent airflow layout
- Detachable 2.5" SSD trays
- Full size ATX PSU left plenty of room below to bundle unused cables even if someone didn't use a modular PSU.
- Screws supplied for PSU is minimalistic in design and match well with case if visible.
- 130mm Clearance for CPU Fan/Heatsink was more than enough for Cooler Master GeminII S524 (left me about 1" space between the fan and glass)
- I can hide a Flirc inside the case and still use an IR remote since it's glass.
- Glass helps muffle the noise better than a thin aluminum/steel/plastic case.
- LOOKS AMAZING IN MY HOME THEATER SETUP

Cons: HDD cage trays rattled while assembling PC, so I removed them. I'm not using a HDD since I will be using a NAS, so I figured I'll remove any potential noise-makers. I don't know if they would be more silent when loaded.

SSD Trays leave little space to attach power/SATA cables if you don't use one with a right angle.

Other Thoughts: This has a slim optical drive slot already wired, just needs to have a drive plugged in.

My build:
Case: In Win 901
Mobo: ASRock FM2A88X-ITX+
Processor: A10-7850K Kaveri
CPU Fan/Heatsink: Cooler Master GeminII S524
RAM: Team Vulcan 2 x 4 GB DDR3 2133
Storage: Samsung 840 Evo 120 GB SSD
Fans:
In: 120mm Cougar CF-V12HPB,
Out: 92mm Arctic F9

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  • Garrett S.
  • 1/21/2014 3:58:27 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsBeautiful case with a few sacrifices.

Pros: -The build quality is absolutely amazing, with everything made out of glass and metal.
-The brushed body and glass sides are beautiful.
-Hot swappable drive bays
-Plenty of room for a long graphics card
-Space for slim optical drive
-All braided internal cables

Cons: -Only has room for 2x2.5 and 2x3.5 HDDs. Many ITX cases have room for far more
-On a related note, there is a lot of wasted space. There is plenty of room left around the power supply (even with a completely loaded set of cables) that could be used for more 2.5 HDDs. There is a strange gap behind the rear IO that In Win says can be used for external water cooling. I haven't tried it, but I would guess I could fit an h60 with one fan on the inside of the gap.
-Low clearance for an aftermarket heatsink. Make sure yours fits before you buy it.
-1 intake fan and no exhaust make for limited cooling performance
-Space for slim optical drive. No one uses disks anymore and the space could be better used.
-Limited cable management

Other Thoughts: With this case you are sacrificing a certain amount of practicality for aesthetics, but in my opinion it is well worth it. In Win consistently makes beautiful cases that stand out from the crowd and make a statement, and the 901 is no different. It is the perfect case for a vanity home theater PC or a small enthusiast build. I think the price is well worth it for the quality you are getting.

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