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Thanks for the feedback. We are definitely considering all possibilities. There may be some differences made if made into production based off of user feedback. exhappysmiley.png
The normal panel would fit. If we do make it into production, there will likely be a few tweaks for sure.

I commend your effort with user feedback acceptance. And it's great that you're updating such a good product like the 303!

Love the USB type C addition. thumb.gif

Mixed feelings about glass etching and lighting... I would prefer if it was an optional, so the people that don't like this purely aesthetic addition (I am one) don't have to pay for it.

Same for the vertical GPU mount ....It can be mounted either vertical or horizontally, cant it?

important suggestions many owners of this case i think would give are:

1. make the case a tad wider so to accomodate thicker radiators on top or taller cpu heatsinks.

2. move the mounting holes for bottom fans just a few mms towards the glass to facilitate motherboard header access.

3. enlarge the cutout between PSU shelf, back of the case and main chamber of the case... it' becomes clogged with cables too easily.
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InWin Bro thumb.gif If you are looking for feedback, here is mine tongue.gif

Do you consider making that rgb front panel from your 303 type C as an upgrade to normal 303? You know, a separate product smile.gif Another thoughts. If you are going to create 303 rev 2 or whatever you will call it you should consider making a 140 fans / 420 radiator mounting holes on top and do the bottom 120s with an offset from center to make them closer to side panel - leaving more room for cables on motherboards. Also consider making a fan filter for that back fan, as some of us (including me) are running it as intake.

Great fans with neat rgb system. I have faith in your fans because the stock 303 back fan is just great as a standard fan. Its very quiet at 7v.

It's certainly possible that IF the 303 Type-C is made into production, that it will have only some of the features presented, or slightly altered features. It's also possible that some adjustments can be made. Although, we cannot promise that everything suggested can be implemented. That said, we are listening, and we will try our best to improve pending on tooling cost, feasibility, etc. We may scrap the project, and try and implement the suggestions into an all new product. Either way, just know we are taking everything into account. smile.gif
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An upgrade for current 303's to the new rgb panel would definitely be nice.

RGB is something we heard quite a bit from the community. If produced, it will likely become a feature.
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Originally Posted by albmanzi View Post

I commend your effort with user feedback acceptance. And it's great that you're updating such a good product like the 303!

Love the USB type C addition. thumb.gif

Mixed feelings about glass etching and lighting... I would prefer if it was an optional, so the people that don't like this purely aesthetic addition (I am one) don't have to pay for it.

Same for the vertical GPU mount ....It can be mounted either vertical or horizontally, cant it?

important suggestions many owners of this case i think would give are:

1. make the case a tad wider so to accomodate thicker radiators on top or taller cpu heatsinks.

2. move the mounting holes for bottom fans just a few mms towards the glass to facilitate motherboard header access.

3. enlarge the cutout between PSU shelf, back of the case and main chamber of the case... it' becomes clogged with cables too easily.

One thing we've learned is that the community appreciates modularity and customization. We are considering all options, and aiming to see if it is possible. In the end, we are striving to introduce an improved product that can be justified with a fair price for all.
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important suggestions many owners of this case i think would give are:

1. make the case a tad wider so to accomodate thicker radiators on top or taller cpu heatsinks.

2. move the mounting holes for bottom fans just a few mms towards the glass to facilitate motherboard header access.

3. enlarge the cutout between PSU shelf, back of the case and main chamber of the case... it' becomes clogged with cables too easily.

Here are mines, to add to the list:
  • 1 inch of additional space in the bottom would be great for cabling and USB3 connectors from the MOBO.
  • Larger hole to pass cables from the cage or to put the radiator in the psu space. That and a removable cage would be great.
  • Holes for passing cables from one side to the other should be better placed and ideally with some rubber/silicone frame.
  • More space for cabling. 5mm would help a lot.
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One thing we've learned is that the community appreciates modularity and customization. We are considering all options, and aiming to see if it is possible. In the end, we are striving to introduce an improved product that can be justified with a fair price for all.

Thanks! smile.gif

What can you say about the GPU mounting solution on the prototype? was vertical mounting the only option on that model? If so, a such drastic revision would heavily limit the available space. Specifically, I am worried aboud bottom fans/rad clearance and bottom space clearance in general.
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Thanks! smile.gif

What can you say about the GPU mounting solution on the prototype? was vertical mounting the only option on that model? If so, a such drastic revision would heavily limit the available space. Specifically, I am worried aboud bottom fans/rad clearance and bottom space clearance in general.

For the prototype, yes. Doesn't necessarily mean that that feature can't be adjusted.
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For the prototype, yes. Doesn't necessarily mean that that feature can't be adjusted.

I know... thanks for answering that, you're awesome! thumb.gif

Fingers crossed for it to release as the perfect update i'm hoping for... otherwise, well, the current 303 is already a fantastic product!
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I know... thanks for answering that, you're awesome! thumb.gif

Fingers crossed for it to release as the perfect update i'm hoping for... otherwise, well, the current 303 is already a fantastic product!

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Originally Posted by In Win Insight View Post

The fans are our upcoming Aurora fans. The fans are white and black. Aiming for a February release in North America, but for surely some point in Q1. The 303 Type-C is just a prototype. We aren't sure if we are going to produce it at all. We are asking the community for feedback on social media sites, and will gladly take it here too. thumb.gif Think of it like our 805 Infinity, we gathered feedback, and it was overwhelmingly positive, so we released it. Same scenario with the 303 Type-C. The PSU chamber is the same for the most part.
Thanks for the feedback. We are definitely considering all possibilities. There may be some differences made if made into production based off of user feedback. exhappysmiley.png
The normal panel would fit. If we do make it into production, there will likely be a few tweaks for sure.
We just announced it at CES. The dimensions for the 301 is 365mm x 188mm x 370mm (WxHxD). It will likely be released during Q2.


That 301 needs to come out like right now, i love the look of my 303 but it's starting to get too big for when i move it around. Great work guys, and please give the option of a clean panel too with the 303C thumb.gif
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Well InWin I like the 303C. I like the RGB, the white on white, the video card mount and I like the glass. The tempered glass on my normal 303 is nice but if I am doing a white build I don't want smoked glass. The only thing I would add if you have not on your prototype is a hole large enough for most IAO water block/ Pumps to pass through. You do that and you have pretty much covered most mods that a person would do if they were to mod there case. You build the 303C I will buy one.
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