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Case Size:
Tiny Tower Chassis
Pearl metallic-painted plastic panel SECC ECO Streel

External Drive Bay:

5.25" x 1 3.5" x 1

Internal Drive Bay:

3.5" x 1
Front Ports:
USB2.0 × 4, IEEE 1394 A (FireWire), HD/AC' 97 Audio
Dimensions ( H × W × D ):
13.6" × 5.9" × 13.7" 346mm × 150mm × 347mm
I/O Expansion Slots:
4×Full Height PCI/AGP expansion Slots
Power Supply:
SFX 12V, 300W
Thermal Solution:

Intel Mt. Jade Ref. Design, Partition Plate Cooling Tech(PPCT), 8cm Fan for HDD

Meets RoHS, CE and FCC Class B Requirement
Padlock loop for padlock



Simplicity Theory: With beautiful lines and a simple design, the Matrix works well in contemporary and traditional spaces. The innovative Matrix offers a smart installation concept and enables a creative and practical approach to chassis design.

360 Degrees Visual Effect:The Matrix was designed to hide any sign of complexity, creating a non-obstructive 360-degree visual effect.

Back to The Basics:The stunning pearl white finish helps define every line and corner against the geometric design of the chassis.

Smart Cable Management:The back panel of the matrix opens up concealing cluttered cords and ports, giving the Matrix a contemporary look.

Partition Plate Cooling Technology (PPCT): The Partition Plate reduces back draft to efficiently streamline airflow in a unilateral direction; providing exceptional thermal performance.

Volume VS. Size: Don’t let its small size fool you. At just 12.5 liters volume in size, the Matrix rivals larger chassis when it comes to thermal and acoustic performance. The Matrix is able to accommodate standard components, supporting four full height VGA cards and creating a small and quiet environment.

Excellent Thermal Solution: A 6cm fan helps keep your system cool and provides an efficient thermal solution.

Removable Mesh:The thermal vent on the side panel comes with a removable mesh screen to prevent dust from clogging any part of the internal structure of your chassis.


All information courtesy of In Win @ http://www.inwin-style.com/en/pd/pd_detail.asp?PD_Name=MATRIX

  1. Introduction and Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (Working Components)
  4. Specifications and Features
  5. Testing
  6. Conclusion
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