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In Win IronClad Review

Price: $109.99


How solid do you think your case is? Hardware has some strenuous demands these days. It seems like Video Cards and CPUs just get hotter don't they? What you need most is, obviously, a case with good airflow and ample fans to keep your setup cool. It's also great when you get a lot of good features for the price. In Win has a contender with a good number of fans. The IronClad comes with a total of four fans, with space to accommodate additional fans.  For instance, the side panel alone can have up to six 120mm fans.  Hopefully, this translates to good cooling potential!  Of course it has plenty of other features to mention, but let's save those for later on in the review.

Closer Look:

Starting with what I assume is the back of the box, we have a well imposed picture of our case from the front.  From judging the case from its picture and the size of the box, I can tell that it is already an impressive one. Moving on to the one side of the box, we have a table of specifications for the case. On the reverse side of the box, we have the In Win company logo above the IronClad logo centered on the box. Finally, moving onto the last side of the box, we have a list of features.












We know everything is included right off the bat, as it's already at the top along with the case.  This is essentially the instruction manual and bag of hardware. Once out of the box, we find we see the case sandwiched between two pieces of foam and wrapped in a plastic bag for protection during shipment, which can be quite harsh on a case if things aren't packed correctly.



So just what is under the bag? Well, let's take it off on the next page.

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