In Win X-Fighter ReviewCompxpert - May 7, 2009
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One of the toughest things to do when building a new rig is picking out a case. When choosing components, it's important to keep their price in mind, but it is often hard to get a good looking case that isn't too pricy. This is where In Win comes in with its X-Fighter case. Of course there are many other factors when it comes to getting a good case. Not only must a case look good, but it does need to offer some great cooling options as well. This case does not disappoint in either category. It sports a front intake 120mm fan, as well as a 120mm rear output fan. Not only that, but In Win also added its VGA Turbo Cooling system, which sports two 80mm fans to cool your video card(s). On the topic of video cards, how well will certain cards fit in this case? Video cards are getting longer and longer, so hopefully there is room in this case for any card to fit.
I'll admit I was a bit skeptical of it at first, but upon looking it over, I would have to say that In Win did a good job of making this case look flashy, but not too flashy as many of these type of cases can seem. I am a big fan of side panel windowed cases or ones with a more basic design, but In Win somehow made its setup appealing. The first thing you see on this box is a fairly clean front with the case depicted, as well as the name and series.
On the rear of the box it depicts the case with the side panel off. It also shows some of the features the case has, as well as gives you a sneak peak as to what is inside this little beast. The left side of the box lists specs, as well as some of the features it has, while the right side lists off all the specific features of this case.
Once I opened the box I was greeted with the front panel of the case. The bottom and top of the case were wedged between two pieces of foam insulation to protect it from harm.