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post #1 of 10
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I browsed through the pages, and couldn't find an In-Win related thread with pictures and whatnot, so I figured I'd post pictures of my case here. Not sure if people dislike the brand, but I love the look and space. Ignore the wiring, I just got the psu and put everything in rather unceremoniously to make sure everything worked fine.

The case has plenty of room/options for wiring. In-Win Dragon Rider.










and a video.

http://s1205.photobucket.com/albums/...0501111727.mp4
post #2 of 10
I have an InWin Q500 in storage now, upgraded to a 700D a few months ago. Great case and I still love it. When shopping for a new case I looked at the current line of InWin but didn't see and I really liked.
Only pic I have online of it,

Added a 120mm in the bottom front, top rear and a barn door handle to the top.
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I have an InWin Q500 in storage now, upgraded to a 700D a few months ago. Great case and I still love it. When shopping for a new case I looked at the current line of InWin but didn't see and I really liked.
Only pic I have online of it,

Added a 120mm in the bottom front, top rear and a barn door handle to the top.
hmm for some reason I really like the layout of that case
post #4 of 10
I had it for 9 years, it went through many hardware changes and took everything I threw at it, quite a few trips for LAN Parties also.
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In-Win actually makes some sturdy cases. had one for a small while my self.
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InWin has a few really cool designs. I actually am considering one of their full towers if I decide to go that route. However, the CM Storm Sniper is appealing as well.
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I also have an inwin q500 case sitting in storage. Ive had it for about 10 years and I'm holding onto it for a future watercooling project. It has awesome mod potential, and cable management can be handled by cutting a few holes here and there
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post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by MrJackson View Post
I have an InWin Q500 in storage now, upgraded to a 700D a few months ago. Great case and I still love it. When shopping for a new case I looked at the current line of InWin but didn't see and I really liked.
Only pic I have online of it,

Added a 120mm in the bottom front, top rear and a barn door handle to the top.
I really like how thats set up..
post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by Motive View Post
Not sure if people dislike the brand
I like In Win just fine. They've been around nearly forever - talking about decades! BITD if you wanted a quality case you got an Enlight or an In Win. In your color choice of beige or beige.

Took them a while to get updated so only in the past couple years has In Win targeted enthusiasts and SFF.

I'd like to postulate that I had a hand in this. Years ago at Quakecon, In Win had a booth there. I spent quite a bit of time talking to their two reps. I told them that I believed SFF was the future, and indeed had my SFF LAN rig with me. The guy wanted to see it so I brought him around to my seat. He was mighty impressed.

Here is my LAN rig from back then. Yeah, I was more into modding and lights and stuff.

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I like In Win just fine. They've been around nearly forever - talking about decades! BITD if you wanted a quality case you got an Enlight or an In Win. In your color choice of beige or beige.

Took them a while to get updated so only in the past couple years has In Win targeted enthusiasts and SFF.

I'd like to postulate that I had a hand in this. Years ago at Quakecon, In Win had a booth there. I spent quite a bit of time talking to their two reps. I told them that I believed SFF was the future, and indeed had my SFF LAN rig with me. The guy wanted to see it so I brought him around to my seat. He was mighty impressed.

Here is my LAN rig from back then. Yeah, I was more into modding and lights and stuff.

You should have pre-emptively slapped them for not making the Dragon Rider not fit with the Coolermaster V6GT, while having the fan on the middle of the sidewindow. I had to screw it in through the metal hole, which looked kinda bleh.

I eventually moved on to water cooling, but bleh.
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