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In Win Ironclad Case


A tricked out case is the nerd equivalent of a pimped out car. Naturally you want it to look good. It should also make some kind of statement about you, other than “I’m overcompensating.”  We first saw this case when we were in Las Vegas for CES 2010. I was instantly taken by the looks of it. When I found out that In Win was going to send us their Ironclad case, I jumped at the chance to review it and see if my initial excitement was convention over-excitement or something real.


Company’s Take:

The bottle has been broken; the IRONCLAD launches towards the battlefield. The pride of every fleet, with its steel-like vessel design; the new full-tower chassis from the In Win’s army provides users with tank-like strength yet finest user’s flexibility. Dark metallic paint gives the Ironclad not only intimidating look but also protects this vessel against humidity and corrosion. Ironclad is built to accommodate wide range of motherboards from Micro ATX to extended ATX. And as just as a true warship, the Ironclad is not impressing just with its size but also with the great features. Extreme capacity and expandability are crucial elements for most of the pro-players in their battles. Sail out on the warship that provides you with everything you need. Leave the harbor with Ironclad. The battle awaits for you out there!

I’m not usually one to buy into marketing hype, but it does look like it’s ready for war.

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7 Comments... What's your say?

  1. Based on the pictures included in this review I am not too highly impressed with cable management. In fact there appears to be little or none. The top fan and rear fan sizes should be bigger especially if you wish to use an extended ATX motherboard. Other than that it looks like a fine case but I wish companies like this would beta test preliminary models and get feedback from users about what they want and need.


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