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I approve of this new found member biggrin.gif
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post #52 of 86
Some of us still prefer to own movies and disc versions of games. Especially with BDxl/4k becoming more available. Having a hidden slim optical drive would not prevent anyone from buying the case. Not having one kept me from buying it.
post #53 of 86
Good to hear. Our company buys the Z583 by the pallet. It's what we've built with for the past 15 years. We've recently started buying the EFS052 too. Extremely solid and dependable mATX cases.

side question though... who manufactures the Powerman power supply's that come with In-Win's?
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post #54 of 86
I'm pretty sure In-win manufacture all of their own power supplies, but I could be wrong, can't wait to see input from @In Win Insight on this.
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My S-Frame always gets everyone to stop and ask, "What is that? It looks amazing."
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post #56 of 86
Welcome InWin... I love me some In Win smile.gifthumb.gif
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Originally Posted by whitrzac View Post

I love the 909. Are there any plans for a 909 style case with an optical drive a-la 904?thumb.gif

Hello @whitrzac,

Highly doubtful, but plans change all the time. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Blaze182 View Post

Love In Win; awesome products all over. So tempted to jump on their H-Tower; i've emailed half their distribution list, although recent prices seem quite high... double what the interwebs are estimating... redface.gif

Hello @Blaze182,

An official price has yet to be announced, so it could be higher or lower than what websites are saying. We will be sure to inform everyone ASAP.

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Originally Posted by mutantmagnet View Post

When I look at various chassis across different manufacturers I can tell there is a distinct look for all of them. You guys made a huge shift from your previous designs since the Tou and D Frame. Have you been using the same designers over the years or have you hired new people to refresh your aesthetic and how you catered to the practical needs of enthusiasts?

Hello @mutantmagnet,

The In Win design team did adjust the aesthetics and the practicality of certain cases will always be considered. In Win strives to provide our customers with a unique chassis, and will always consider the needs of our customers. With each new case developed, we read the feedback, research and apply it for future consideration. One thing we want to make clear is that we do see the feedback, and make no mistake, the messages are received loud and clear. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by DarthBaggins View Post

Optical drives pfft lol. But really good idea to incorporate it into the design other than I don't use internal optical a myself (need the space for other components)

That's an area where it's tough. ODDs are phasing out everywhere, and pretty soon they will obsolete. Many people still prefer them, but quite a few hate the idea of continuously including them.

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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Optical drives are so 20th century. Mine is shelved until I need to use it and then it goes back on the shelf when I'm done using it. biggrin.gif lulz

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Some people do use it more than others, but an external can always be applied.

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Originally Posted by dman811 View Post

Welcome In Win. I'm sure you'll receive a PM from me later this month with a proposal.

In the words of the Rock, "Just Bring It." smile.gif
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Originally Posted by TrevJonez View Post

I approve of this new found member biggrin.gif

Mod Frog! Is that you?! Joking aside, thanks for the warm welcome @TrevJonez! It means a lot. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by whitrzac View Post

Some of us still prefer to own movies and disc versions of games. Especially with BDxl/4k becoming more available. Having a hidden slim optical drive would not prevent anyone from buying the case. Not having one kept me from buying it.

We understand completely.

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Originally Posted by Jayjr1105 View Post

Good to hear. Our company buys the Z583 by the pallet. It's what we've built with for the past 15 years. We've recently started buying the EFS052 too. Extremely solid and dependable mATX cases.

side question though... who manufactures the Powerman power supply's that come with In-Win's?

We do build all of the PSUs found in our standard cases. We do have quite a few PSU options retail too.

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Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post

I'm pretty sure In-win manufacture all of their own power supplies, but I could be wrong, can't wait to see input from @In Win Insight on this.

You are correct good sir. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by WorldExclusive View Post

My S-Frame always gets everyone to stop and ask, "What is that? It looks amazing."

Mission complete! smile.gif Seriously though, that's the goal of our designs, to provide the "wow factor" that casual users rarely see.

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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86 View Post

Welcome InWin... I love me some In Win smile.gifthumb.gif

Much appreciate @nickbaldwin86! We too appreciate all of our customers. smile.gif
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post #58 of 86
Welcome In WIN to the OCN community. i actually like your designs because they are different and not the standard box type case. Hope you guys keep going strong
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post #59 of 86
Welcome to the site. Never heard of you but I will give you a peek.
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Originally Posted by Ramzinho View Post

Welcome In WIN to the OCN community. i actually like your designs because they are different and not the standard box type case. Hope you guys keep going strong

Thank you @Ramzinho, we appreciate your kind words! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by chattdls99 View Post

Welcome to the site. Never heard of you but I will give you a peek.

Thank you @chattdls99! Well if you ever have any questions about any of our products, feel free to ask. smile.gif
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