In Win Launches their Z-Tower Signature Edition Chassis

This case weighs over 40 kilo!

In Win Launches their Z-Tower Signature Edition Chassis

In Win Launches their Z-Tower Signature Edition Chassis

In Win has officially launched their 8th Generation Signature chassis, the Z-Tower, perhaps the most extravagant case that we have ever seen. Some of you will remember us covering this case at Computex 2018, appearing at the ROG booth in its unadulterated polished aluminium glory. This case is striking, albeit difficult to use. 

The case is primarily crafted using sand cased aluminium, which is then refined and polished using a CNC milling machine, making the production of this case very labour intensive when compared to most PC cases. 

Given the sheer size and bulk of this chassis, it is unsurprising to find out that this case weighs over 40 Kg, even without other components inside the case, which could have a full system weight over 50Kg when confined with a high-end system and custom water cooling. 

The case support E-ATX, ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards, ATX power supplies, up to three 120mm fans and/or 360mm water cooling radiator. This is clearly a case that puts form over function, but somebody must be rich enough to buy this case, maybe... The In Win Z-Tower will cost thousands. 


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Most Recent Comments

05-12-2018, 17:28:38

If it had pc parts in it then it might look good but....

like.... it just looks nasty to me. Like someone took a cheese grater and ripped through some paper, glued it together on a metal frame, and said "my job is done! Time for beer"

My opinion obviously! I would not pay whatever the price is for that case, I probably would only take it if it was free and maybe not even then.Quote

05-12-2018, 21:57:42

I agree with above, this case does not appeal to me at all. That ”front” solid panel is bent like it’s almost covering the entire part of your PC. What’s then the point of seeing your PC anyway?...Quote

05-12-2018, 22:37:17

Looks more like it should be on a shelf as an ornament rather than a caseQuote

05-12-2018, 22:47:16

If you'd like to see an image of this case with PC hardware inside, Tom did get to see the Z-Tower at Computex. Well, the beta version...

05-12-2018, 22:57:38

I like it. Very Art Deco.Quote

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