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InWin Diva MITX Case



The field of computing in general is generally dominated by males and so the cases are generally made with the male gender in mind. In Win, however, decided to take into account the minority and create a case that will be marketed towards the female side of the market. The Diva is the case that was designed with mostly women in mind. In fact, the female concept is woven event into the name of the case. The word Diva, means a distinguished female singer, a prima donna.diva47_0


There are a couple of important things to note here. First of is the power supply. This case, despite being a Mini-ITX does provided a 160 W power supply. One of the important things to know about the power supply, though is that provides limited number of connections for the peripherals that the user might be interested in such as SATA power ports (a total of 2) and a MOLEX plug (1).

Case Size:
S.F.F Slim Chassis (Ultra Small Form Factor)
276 x 133 x 257 mm(10.9”x 5.2”x10.1”)
I/O Expansion Slots:
Low Profile Expansion Slot x 2
External Drive Bay:
1. Standard 5.25” x 1
2. Slim ODD x 1 & 3.5” Drive Bay x 1
Front I/O(Ports):
1. USB 2.0 x 2
2. HD/AC’97 Audio
Power Supply:
160W Internal Power Supply
Thermal Solution:
System Fan:80 x 80 x 20mm
M/B Form Factor:
1. Mini-ITX
2. Mini-DTX
1. Meets RoHS
2. CE and FCC Class B Requirements
Padlook Loop / Kensington Slot
Internal Drive Bay:
3.5” x 1 & 2.5” x 1

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