In Win Buc ReviewCompxpert - April 19, 2011
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Choosing the right case is basically the first step in any build. The right case should allow you to make the best use of your rig. Whether your looking for expandability or even just the basics, the case you choose should provide just what you want without breaking the bank. Up for review today is a new case from IN WIN that is simply called Buc. IN WIN packed loads of features into this mid-tower package. The case is mostly tool-less and even features externally-accessible hard drive bays, much like the ThermalTake Level 10 and Level 10 GT. Additionally, the case comes with three 120mm fans right out of the box. So what other tricks does this case have up its sleeve?
As already mentioned, the case has external access to the internal hard drive bays though the side panel. The back of the box depicts a shield and "Buc Destiny Lite Series" off to the side. Just below that are a list of some other prominent features of the case. Next up we have the right side of the box, which shows the features of the case. Last up is the left side of the box, which displays the specifications table for the case.
Once open, we find our new case wrapped in a plastic bag and sandwiched between two pieces of Styrofoam.
Well so far it's unboxed, but what's underneath the bag?