In Win Metal Suit GD Reviewgotdamojo06 -
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Have you been searching all over the place for a new computer case for your next build? Maybe your case has taken some battle damages during the years. In Win has released a new mid-tower computer case, called the Metal Suit GD. In Win has taken full advantage of its patented VGA Turbo cooling solution in the Metal Suit GD, which could prove to bring some of those graphics card temperatures down. I am interesting to see how the Metal Suit GD looks and performs and to see if it is somewhat similar to the design of the In Win Stealth B2 Bomber.
When you take a look at the packaging for the In Win Metal Suit GD, you are able to see your first glimpse of the Metal Suit GD on the front of the box, which shows it off with the name "GunDam" above it, which is what In Win was calling this product in house, though it was not changed on the first batch of packages. On the front not only is there a picture of the Metal Suit GD, there is also a picture of a large robot, which goes along with the theme of the case. When you take a look at the back of the package, you are able to see the Metal Suit GD in the exact angle with the side panel taken off, so you are able to see what the inside of the case looks like, as well as a zoomed in picture of the VGA cooling ducting in the background. On one of the sides, you are able to see some of the major features In Win would like you to know about the Metal Suit GD along with some pictures to help explain them, while on the opposite side of the package you are able to see the specifications of the case, again with pictures to explain and show off.
If you are just as anxious to see what the In Win Metal Suit GD looks like out of the box, then you are in luck, because so am I. When you first pull it out, you are able to see exactly how secure and safe the Metal Suit GD is inside the box. It is wrapped in a plastic bag to keep from getting any scratches with the molded foam protection on both the top and bottom assuring against any trauma that it may incur during the shipping process.