InWin Open Frame and Mid Tower Gaming Chassis

InWin has been making waves with their open frame gaming cases. The open design provides ultimate cooling while the effect from the case fans and component LED lights makes a spectacular sight. These are impressive-looking designs.

In not all just show either; the open frames are solid. The D-Frame model is made with steel tubing that is entirely crafted and bent by human hands. “TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding is used to reinforced stability, and unique electrode position, which creates an ultra-smooth finish.”

And, check this out, “the motherboard mounting tray is sandblasted to achieve a refined metallic texture.” To round it off nicely, the side panels are made of tempered glass.

InWin D-Frame 2.0 gaming case

The quality of the InWin D-Frame 2.0 is reflected in the price: at this time of writing costing over R17 500.

As mentioned, these cases are solid. The D-Frame 2.0 weighs 25.2 kilogram.

InWin S-Frame

The InWin S-Frame, to quote the official page, “was designed to transform a single piece of construction into a masterpiece of craftsmanship. The chassis is made from one-piece of 4mm thick aluminium bent 15 times to achieve perfect angles and a smooth curve line.”

InWin S-Frame gaming case

Slightly smaller than the D-Frame, the S-Frame is made with aluminium and tempered glass and weights in at 17.5 kg.

InWin X-Frame 2.0

If your ego can match an extraordinary out-of-the-ordinary – yes, that’s a double emphasis! – gaming chassis, the InWin X-Frame 2.0 open air chassis is made for you. The picture will tell the story!

InWin X-Frame 2.0

The X-Frame price is on demand.

InWin 503 Mid Tower

Thank goodness InWin also builds gaming cases for the rest of us mere mortals. Thank goodness that it’s also made to a high standard of quality. Thank goodness it looks good. And thank goodness it costs only R1 029.

The InWin 503 case is made of SECC (Steel, Electrogalvanized, ColdRolled, Coil) steel and features a sliding tempered glass front cover and large tinted side panel.

This is a mid tower thus has limitations compared to a full size case. However, the layout still accommodates a high-end graphics card to the max length of 408 mm.

Big games require big amounts of cooling and the 503 obliges with space for 4 fans –

InWin 503 Mid Tower specs:

Color: Black/Red.
Case Type: Mid Tower.
Case Material: SECC Steel and Tempered Glass.
Motherboard Compatibility: ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX.
Expansion Slots: PCI-E x 7.
High-end Graphic Cards Compatible – Length: 408mm max.
Front Ports: 1 x USB 3.0 and 2 x USB 2.0. HD Audio.
External Drive Bays: 1 x 5.25″.
Internal Drive Bays: 4 x 3.5″/ 2.5″, 2 x 5.25″ and 2 x 2.5″.
Thermal Solution Compatibility – 2 x 120mm front fan, 1 x 120mm rear fan (pre-installed LED) and 1 x 120mm bottom fan.
CPU Heatsink Compatible – 160mm max. Water-Cooling Hole Ready.
Power Supply Compatibility PSII: ATX12V and EPS12V – Length: 220mm max (170mm with Bottom Fan).
Dimensions: (H x W x D) 440mm x 210 mm x 472.5 mm.
Weight: 5.9kg.
Official page: InWin 503
Price: R1 029
Online shop category: Chassis

If you’d like to view the InWin 503 gaming case, please pop in at Essential IT Solutions at 89 George Street, Strand, 7140 or visit the Essential IT Solutions online shop for safe and easy ordering and nationwide door-to-door delivery.

Date: 05 Jan 2017