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In Win releases their new 305 mid-tower chassis

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In Win releases their new 305 mid-tower chassis

In Win releases their new 305 mid-tower chassis

In Win now has a new mid-tower case on the market, delivering a sleek design with a tool-free tempered glass side panel, offering users ease of use as well as a premium aesthetic. 

One of the most exciting features of this chassis is its use of a tool-free tempered glass side panel, which can be removed by just pressing on the window's handle. While to some people this may seem dangerous, it does allow users of the chassis to more easily upgrade their PCs, removing the tedious screw mounting mechanisms that are commonplace on tempered glass PC cases. 

The 305 comes in Black and limited edition white varieties, supporting ATX, MATX and ITX motherboards. The case itself is designed to support a large 360mm radiator at the top of the chassis, with three 120mm fans at its base and a single 120mm fan as a traditional exhaust, allowing the case to support a total of seven 120mm fans.    

 

      The In Win 305 defies the stereotypical “box” design, and enhances the PC building experience. Fusing together a variety of elemental materials to achieve innovation. Question the status quo, challenge the norm and become the standard! 

 

Storage wise, the 305 supports two 3.5-inch storage drives and two 2.5-inch storage drives at stock, though an additional 2.5-inch drive can be added if the user has an extra bracket. At the rear of the chassis, the 305 supports ATX PSUs that are up to 200mm in length, which is enough to support almost all consumer-grade PSUs on the market.    

The chassis itself does not feature integrated RGB lighting, with the front IO sporting standard I/O connections with two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports and standard audio input/output jacks.  


In Win releases their new 305 mid-tower chassis  
In Win releases their new 305 mid-tower chassis  

The In Win 305 is now available in the UK with a price tag of £124.99 at Overclockers UK

You can join the discussion on In Win's latest PC chassis on the OC3D Forums. 

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05-01-2018, 09:45:14

Dark NighT
Looks pretty, but no front intake, bottom intake looks like lacking ground clearance, Hot box?Quote

05-01-2018, 10:12:43

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
Looks pretty, but no front intake, bottom intake looks like lacking ground clearance, Hot box?
I'm trying to think of the last case that In Win made that has any front intakes. They love their clean front panels.Quote

05-01-2018, 15:16:42

Xploited Titan
They are exactly identical to 303's when it comes to interior design.

The 303 ain't too bad for temps (much better than some of the latest boxes from Lian Li, Corsair, etc.).
The dust filter on the underside is extremely practical, because it is removed from the side, between the feet: less extra space needed to clean it regularly, and so much more practical.
My only gripe with the 303 I own, well gripes, are: no USB C and no RGB. Otherwise, it is a charm to work with.Quote
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