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Welcome to the In Win 805 Case Owners Club!

Overclock.net review thread!





Pictures all sourced from the product page.



Owners List / Build Log or picture post!
@Duality92 / Build Log
@andytom69 / Picture Post
@hiddenbanana / Picture Post
@Scorpion49 / Picture Post
@Malik / Picture Post
@Scorpion49 / Picture Post

Case presentation
805 features a see through skeleton case structure design offering versatile HDD mounting positions creating excellent flexibility. 805 supports the all-new reversible USB 3.1 Type-C to which increases your high speed data transmissions. 805 is inherited the spirit of pursuing exquisite craftsmanship and innovative designing that brings not only the visual aesthetics but also gaming performance.

Modern and simplicity appearance with see through case skeleton structure for those who want a uniquely stylish chassis with modern design. The 270 degree wide-angle visual perspective allows you to enjoy dynamic visual and gaming presentations while the system is running. In Win logo will automatically light up on the side of the case when the computer is powered on.

805 is equipped with one all-new reversible USB3.1 TYPE-C port for ultimate data speed transfers up to 10Gb/s which is twice as fast USB 3.0*. This feature saves valuable transfer time and also the USB3.1 TYPE-C is easily accessible at both ends.

The elegant and sleek 805 is constructed with high quality aluminum body surrounded by three tempered glasses with anodized stylish hairline on the top and front I/O panels. Two optional fans can be mounted at the bottom by moving HDD trays to the front to enhance airflow and achieve maximum heat dissipation.

Overall the 805 can accommodate two radiators (front and rear) to create the ultimate liquid cooling system for best cooling performance and thermal solutions. 805 supports 8 x re-usable PCI-E slots that you can build a multi-GPU system to achieve powerful gaming performances. The cool air intakes from the bottom creates efficient air flow for quick heat dissipation.

805 features include increased strengthen case stands with four shock-proof rubbers providing the 805 with steady floor or table surface gripping.




Specifications
  • Case Size: Mid Tower
  • Material: Aluminum
  • 3mm Tempered Glass
  • Internal Drive Bay: 3.5"/2.5" * 2 + 2.5" * 4
  • M/B Form Factor: ATX / Micro-ATX /Mini-ITX (Max: 12” x 10.5”)
  • Power Supply: ATX 12V, PSII Size and EPS up to 220mm
  • I/O Port: USB 3.1 (TYPE-C) x 1, USB 3.0 x 1, USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio
  • Expansion Slots: 8
  • Supports High-End Graphic Card up to 320mm (Height: 164mm)
  • CPU Heatsink up to 156mm (CPU Die Surface to Side Panel)
  • Dimension (HxWxD) 476 x 205 x 455mm (18.7”x 8” x 18”) = 44.4L


Thermal Solution Support

Air Cooling
  • Front: 120/140mm Fan x 2
  • Rear: 120mm Fan x 1 (Included)
  • Bottom: 120mm Fan x 2 (Remove HDD Cage)

Water Cooling
  • Front: 120/140/240/280mm Radiator (Height up to 60mm)
  • Rear: 120mm Radiator (Height up to 35mm)
  • Bottom : Moddable to accomodate 120/240/140?



There have been rumors that you cannot install an I/O shield in this case, but OCN user @Scorpion49 shows us with a Youtube video how to do it.




Reviews
eTeknix
Guru3D
Cowcotland (French)
Overclock3D
XremeRigs
... lots more

Product Page, available in Black, Red and Gold.

To be part of the owners list, please post a link to you log with the model of your case.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns on this case, I'm sure @In Win Insight would like to hear them!
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Awesome! Can't wait to see all of the builds! smile.gif
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Awesome! Can't wait to see all of the builds! smile.gif

I'm working to get that official status tongue.gif

And I can't wait to get my build going, I got my case today!
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I'm working to get that official status tongue.gif

And I can't wait to get my build going, I got my case today!

Well if it helps, you have our permission. But then again, not sure if it does. Good luck with your build! smile.gif
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Well if it helps, you have our permission. But then again, not sure if it does. Good luck with your build! smile.gif

Thanks, I can't wait to get this case under the camera!
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Sorry for the semi OT question, InWin Insight do you know if you guys are still releasing the 808? And if yes, what's the time frame on that release?

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Sorry for the semi OT question, InWin Insight do you know if you guys are still releasing the 808? And if yes, what's the time frame on that release?

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As of now, there are no plans to release the 808. However, things change all the time, keep that in mind.
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Going to add myself as a first owner smile.gif

Build log here!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1577700/sponsored-shadow-a-dark-build-log-inwin-805
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Added smile.gif Nice build! Welcome to the club!
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