- 2mm / 4mm Aluminum Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower
- USB 3.0 x 4, HD Audio Front Ports
- 1 External 5.25" Drive Bays
- 3.5" / 2.5" SATA HDD EZ-Swap Module x 3 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
Great case but it is small 12/19/2013
This review is from: IN WIN 904.PLUS Black 2mm / 4mm Aluminum Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
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.
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.
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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