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InWin Dragon Slayer m-ITX Case



With the plethora of inexpensive m-ITX cases out there each one looking more dull than the previous ones, how does one stay ahead of the curve and bring to the LAN party something that even not geeky people will find cool? Well leave it to the design team at In Win Design to design a case that will surely turn heads. The problem with good looking cases, however, is that they are difficult to work with and do not offer good expandability. Join me as I dissect the Dragon Slayer case from In Win to find out if  it makes the cut in the TechwareLabs book.


Features and Specifications

Case Size:
Mini Tower
0.6mm SECC
Drive Bays:
1. Option 1: External 5.25” x 3, 3.5” x 1
Internal 2.5” x 1
2. Option 2: External 5.25” x 1, 3.5” x 1
Internal 2.5” x 1, *3.5” x 3 or 3.5” x 2, 2.5” x 1 (*Converted from 5.25” x 2 )
M/B Form Factor:
Power Supply:
1. ATX 12V
2. PSⅡ
I/O Expansion Slots:
PCI-E/PCI/AGP Expansion Slot x 5
Front I/O(Ports):
USB 3.0 x 1; USB 2.0 x 2; HD/AC’97 Audio
Thermal Solution:
14cm Fan at Top and Front
9cm Fan at Rear/8cm HDD Fan
Optional 12cm Side Fan x 4
Water-Cooling Hole Ready
430 x 196 x 426 mm (16.9” x 7.7” x 16.8” )

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