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InWin 301 White Tempered Glass Premium Micro-ATX Mini-ITX Tower Gaming Computer Case

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  • Micro ATX and Mini ITX motherboard compatible
  • Detachable tempered glass side panel, remove by pressing a button
  • Clean front panel with stunning LED I/O Display
  • Compact rig supports 240mm radiator at the front & 120mm in the rear
  • Ventilated steel side panel supported with affixed thumbscrews

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Awesome case for the price.. almost perfect!Was looking for a bit more "upscale" look for my next build without breaking the bank. The new "must have" as far as looks go is having a tempered glass window to display de goods. While looking for a good case that fit the bill came across this beauty.Normally InWin is more known as a builder of unique cases with outlandish aesthetics and big prices to match. Not this baby right here. Under $100 and SOLID! All thick metal construction except for the feet and side glass window.Layout is not your usual but does work pretty good. Allows room for a solid ATX build with room for components of your liking. No constraints as far as sizes go since it is pretty ample. So I'd bet it will easily fit 98% of coolers (CPU) and Graphics cards out there without worries. On that subject, it is both aircooler and also watercooler friendly. Even custom water cooling can be accommodated with ease. And will look even better as radiator mourning up top displays the business side instead of the usual side only.Also includes a graphics card Support bracket to avoid the dreaded "sag" so commonly seen nowadays with long gpu's.All in all an awesome case for the price point (got it at $69 from its usual $99). Built in solid steel with large easy to remove side glass window. Comes in black or white. Paint on it is flawless (at least on mine it was great and covered everything as it should). And again, for the price can't be beat. All other options that offer the same or about the same are all in the $130 to $200 range. So not so good in my opinion.The only 3 things I would say are needed to make this case absolutely PERFECT would be:1. Maybe about an inch to inch and a half more clearance from bottom of case to motherboard (ATX standard). As it is motherboard ends almost flush with case bottom which makes routing cables to those parts in the bottom edge of motherboards a bit cumbersome. Same goes with mounting a second Graphics Card, fans, even radiators in the bottom spots (fans and such would cover a good portion of the board, I managed fine but a little word of caution).2. The front ports and logo illuminate in an icy blue (Indiglo kind of) color and can be a bit too bright if you game or use computer in a dark room. Also the color although going towards a "white-ish" hue, does not color coordinate well with some combinations. If they could make this panel be brightness adjustable or even better, RGB customizable would be awesome.3. Last but not least, adding a couple of HDMI ports in front. The next thing is VR, and most headsets would benefit greatly if these ports were accessible via front panel. Newer cards geared towards that market are bringing an extra set of HDMI outputs that can be connected to he front of the case so allows it. So having them would appeal toa lot of VR gamers looking at this case as an option.5More Pros than ConsThere are plenty of things to like about this case. It's good quality, very sturdy and looks great. Everything for my new build installed without issue. It's relatively roomy for an mini-iTX build. Lots of value for the price. There are a few things that I didn't like as much: - BYOCM (cable management) as there is nothing designed in to help with that - Top mounted power supply creates heat and air flow challenges - The front mount area for AIO cooler/radiator mounting forces the air to turn 90 deg to exit (restrictive) - I removed the SSD/HDD cage to make room for the AIO cooler hoses. I might have been able to make it fit, but it would have been tight. I wasn't using an internal SSD though so it made the decision easy. - The incoming air flow at the bottom flows right into the GPU, which is great for that, but probably not so great for the rest of the system components. - No consideration for cooling the bottom mounted NVMe on typical iTX board designsNone of the gripes are deal breakers (at least so far), and the five installed fans (+2 on the GPU) keep the system running at acceptable temperatures under heavy loads. All the cases I researched had a list of cons you'd be forced to deal with. Overall, I like this case and would purchase it again.4Easy case to like but the product manual lacks detailEasy case to like but the product manual lacks detail. Of all the computer cases I've used this is equal in quality to a top of the line Corsair. Fit and finish is very good, no sharp edges with quality cabling for front panel connections. The tinted glass panel is easy to remove and install, using a single latching mechanism that works very well. It's a smallish case, but large enough to provide room for cable management. The manual is available as a download only and doesn't have enough information about the the RGB lighting connections. I have reached out to In Win for help, and will update review if and when they response to my questions.I posted my questions to their web site forum and received answers and help within hours - updated to 5 Stars!5Beautiful case with some layout issuesThis is a spectacularly beautiful case once put together. However, I do have a couple of issues that made the build slightly more complicated than it needed to be. Here are some thoughts about the case as I was building it:-The hard drive cage bumps into long ATX power supplies during installation. I actually had to remove the cage in order to put in my EVGA supernova G2. This is because of one of the mounting points for the back panel thumb screw, coupled with the edges of the hard drive cage. Because of this as well as other cable issues noted below, I would definitely recommend the use of a modular power supply.-I am ambivalent about the use of the plastic shroud for hiding motherboard cables. The bottom half of the shroud has these cutouts that you need to punch through, and this area considerably narrows down on the bottom half, which would be where many of your cables would be routed through. Not only does punching cutouts not feel great (since it's a permanent move), but the design of the shroud makes moving cables around unnecessarily difficult- I would have preferred rubber grommets, or at least a better designed plastic shroud-Because the bottom area allows incoming fan air, it does not have an area for cable management. Which is unfortunate because this the zone where your USB header, SATA cables, front panel connectors etc. usually go. I wish that Inwin had provided just a bit more clearance and added some zip tie holes at least so you can route cables nicely behind the bottom fans. Or at least some extra space underneath the motherboard... anything to hide those cables!-There is room underneath the hard drive cage for two SSDs, but it's kind of annoying to install them without again- removing the cage entirely. I would recommend using 90 degree SATA connectors for the SSDs because straight cables actually interfered with the side of the case.-The case takes coolers up to 158mm tall. It would seem from this spec that you can't use the Cooler Master 212 series of coolers, but I can confirm that these actually do fit perfectly well, with *just* enough room to spare to put on the tempered glass panel with no interference.-I should also mention that reinstalling the cage is kind of a pain, because of the general fiddly-ness of the area and the fact that the cage requires I believe 8 screws to secure.Despite my above annoyances, the case overall wasn't too difficult to build in as long as you remove the hard drive cage first (if you have a big power supply) and put some thought into cable management. Your efforts are rewarded with a classy looking case that can probably make the crappiest hardware shine bright. To me anyways, this is one of the best looking cases on the market.4note to self: still hate writing headlinesCurrent system:i7-4771EVGA 1060 6GB SSC16GB DDR3-1600Win7+ Tiny footprint but STOUT. It's almost entirely steel and when it's fully decked out with all 5 fans it weighs more than most bulkier mid towers I've come across.+ Clean understated look. There's a little red glow from a logo insert and around the ports on the front header, but it doesn't look like it's vomiting rainbow sherbet all over itself 24/7+ Tempered glass panel with a quick release latch. I'm very fickle with my PC; it's kind of always a "work-in-progress" so I spend a lot of time inside it just fiddling around with cables and fan placement and whatnot. It's nice to not have to futz around with a dozen thumbscrews just to get it open.+ Air flow is way better than it has any right to be. I don't know how, but right now my temps are sitting at 24c and 28c for my CPU and GPU, respectively, using only air cooling. Under torture test on my GPU with the highest stable overclock possible, it never gets any hotter than 65c.- Cable storage is pretty good, but cable *management* is garbage. No tie-downs or cut outs, or clearly defined routing lanes. I ended up storing cables in the PSU chamber and routing everything from there. There's a deceptively large amount of available space up there, even more so with a modular PSU.- Really tight cable clearance for the hard drive sled. It's a good thing I had some angled SATA data cables lying around.- No case fans. Seems like an odd corner to cut for what's supposed to be an attempt at entering the budget space. Throw in the price of 3-5 decent case fans ($8 each for the cheapest 120mm Prime-eligible fans I'd recommend) and it doesn't look like much of a budget case anymore.- Front USB ports are only 3.0. I had to buy a USB 3.0 male to USB 2.0 female adapter cable for $5 as my now 3 year old budget motherboard doesn't have a 20-pin USB 3.0 port.I love this case, but I wouldn't recommend this to first time builders, or anyone on a strict budget. Weak cable management is likely to frustrate and having to buy all the case fans separately makes the final price bloated. For those looking to migrate their system to a new case to down-scale and/or as part of a broader system upgrade, it's fantastic.5Beautiful but no cable managementWow what a beautiful case. It's very spacious on the inside but the back where all the cable management magic happens is very tight. But there's no beauty without a little pain right? This case is designed for nothing but looks. It took me 2 hours to build my system in this PC. It takes me 30 minutes to build my system in a nzxt s340. This is because of the lack of cable management in the back. There is none. There's no rubber grommets at all. The front panel is blue which is unfortunate because my theme is red white and black. However the tempered glass is worth every bit of pain in kicker this case is to build in. Can't wait till my graphics card gets in so its complete. Also the gpu support bracket is a really nice little add on they send you.4Great case, getting ready to by a 3rd 303 case.I have bought 2 of these cases. One white and one black. My current build is in the black case. Built it for a water cooled gaming rig using an IAO cooler. The quality of the case is awesome for the price. Only draw back is the lack of grommets but that is an easy mod. This is a great case for modders. I have had this case apart and modded both cases. I ended up hydrodipping the MOBO tray and upper chamber of my first case and modded the color of the front panel of both cases. A lot of room for a custom res or two and a pump. They don't advertise it but I have seen people put 360 radiators in the bottom so some do fit. The bottom fans are a tight fit with the front panel connectors so if you not planing on running 2 video cards a Micro ATX or a Mini ITX will fit better. I am about to order a 3rd case in white for a future build for the wife. Running 5 PWM fans and a IAO cooler pump and this thing is silent. Have not played any demanding games yet to test the noise but so far I love the case. Do wish the glass was not tinted though as the inside of my PC looks nice5Inwin really screwed up on this case...I am a computer builder of 35 years.I really do NOT know what the engineers were thinking when they designed this case.Your big problem is going to be routing cables and mounting 2.5" drives.Some of the routing holes are not in the best position for today's motherboards. Cables exit nearly flush against the board and it will be a problem when you need to remove or add the board anything beyond the firrt time.In addition, the biggest insult is the mounting for 2.5" drives. It makes it IMPOSSIBLE to connect the drive cables.Although I prefer to use board mounted NVME drives, you are in for a real nightmare if you selected a 2.5" SSD.And here is where I just don't understand WHY InWin does not survey thousands of pro builders to which they sell. It is so apparent that their design engineers are completely out of touch with real world builders and only design by theory. I say this because as soon as you try mounting the SDD... in the ONE PLACE it can be mounted, you will discover that both metal AND plastic are blocking your power and sata cable connectors from reaching the drive.No matter which way you turn the drive, the problem remains. WHAT WERE THESE ENGINEERS THINKING?The case itself also has design flaws for board mounting. There is a front bulkhead that blocks the sata ports for motherboards with the sata connectors facing on the side. It is STUPID for the board makers to face sata connectors sideways.. and this has been a battle of the cases vs the boards for over ten years now, where OEMs are too stubborn to work together.On this particular case, there is a flat area by the board that would have been perfect for InWin to add a tool-less mount for 2.5" SSDs. They actually do this on other cases, so why they ignored this opportunity is beyond me.The total time it took me to assemble the case and components was over two hours. That's insane... and although this is a beautiful case from its magnetic glass window and outer appearance.. it was a total nightmare for assembly.In the end, I had to use two-sided adhesive to mount the SSD... (on top of the front bulkhead, which is NOT the professional solution I would have desired from a case like this.1Better than what that other guy said.I just received the case and I have zero clue what that guy below says was flimsy. The side window is the same thickness as the P400s with the bonus of having a tool-less design. The body is SECC steel, which is electro galvanized cold rolled and is of a high quality. The galvanization helps paint to stick, and In-Win paint is such that despite my fumbling with the screw driver not once did I accidentally scratch the paint. There is no flex to any of the components save for the rear side panel but even then that flex is very minimal.Now why isnt this five stars? A few reasons. Cables from the PSU all have to go through a small cut out from the shroud to the rest of the components. There is zero room at the bottom between the atx motherboard and IO cables and fan cables so you have to pull the cables across the mother board. The SSD mounts are too close to each other and need more clearance from the mounts, my sata power cables are not flat but angled so they connected uncomfortably. Just know that his is a fairly small atx case and it is tight in there. Despite all of that it stays nice and cool, and my radiator isnt as congested as I worried.4This case is just awesomebI bought this for a close friend and rebuilt his computer in to it. It was really fun to build in. I highly recommend installing all 5 of its case fan options. Air flow is kind of sketchy if you don't use all of the available spots for fans. The two 120m fans in the front are designed to be for exhaust. They hook up to a sort of "vent" that will pump air out the side of the case. It has two places on the bottom for 120m fan intakes and that is also where your main air intake filter is. Then a 120m fan for exhaust in the back. My friend only had one fan header and I told him he needs to install 5 case fans so what I did was hook up the other 4 fans to his PSU and ran them each through 7v resisters extentions. There is 6.2 inches of heat sink clearance if I remember correctly. He had a Hyper T4 heatsink. It installed with 1 inch of room to spare. If you plan on using more then one pcie slot your gonna have to sacrifice an intake fan on the bottom. You can use two intake fans on the bottom even with a double slot video card but any other cards will use up the remaining space for a second intake fan. Also if you use two intake fans on the bottom, one of the fans will partially blow fresh air from the outside directly on your video card. I cant stress enough how important good air flow is required for this little beast.We used 6 thermaltake 120m blue rings fans on this build, (thats including the heatsink fan). They look so nice through the tinted glass. unbelievable the quality of this case. Its heady even though its small. even when its empty its got some weight to it. solid high quality steel. Cable management was such that - once you close up the back, you dont want to open it back up again lol. We were able to mount two 2.5inch drives and a full size mechanical. Dont forget to plug in the weirdo SATA power plug coming out of the front I/O or your front lights wont light up!4
InWin 301 White Tempered Glass Premium Micro-ATX Mini-ITX Tower Gaming Computer Case

InWin 301 White Tempered Glass Premium Micro-ATX Mini-ITX Tower Gaming Computer Case

4.5
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