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For those of you looking for a full tower option, the In Win 509 might be a great choice for you. The 509 is constructed with quality materials such as SECC steel and tempered glass. The front panel also consists of tempered glass, but is also accompanied with an RGB LED In Win logo. One side panel is made of tempered glass too, while the opposite panel is also made of steel, but with hexagonal ventilation.

There are actually two different versions of the 509, the original grey version, and the ROG certified version. The most noticeable difference is that the support mounting bar in the middle of the case is painted red for the ROG version.

The 509 is stacked with versatile mounts that can hold SSDs or fans. This case is designed to provide users with endless cooling options (air or water cooling) while being a storage power house!

Hate sagging GPUs? You put so much thought and effort in your build only to have your amazing GPU dangling. No worries though! The 509 comes with a small metallic strip that will inconspicuously support the card. Keep your build symmetrical! wink.gif

This beautiful rig MSRPs for $184.99 and can be found on Newegg. If you have any questions feel free to ask, or visit our website to get a more thorough look.
Edited by In Win Insight - 11/8/16 at 5:10pm
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I just ordered one in Black/Grey, i am coming from a 805. I wanted more room for water cooling so i am looking forward to building in it.
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I just ordered one in Black/Grey, i am coming from a 805. I wanted more room for water cooling so i am looking forward to building in it.

Plenty of room for watercooling, and many different options too. smile.gif
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How's the airflow in this case? From the looks fo it it seems to be better than the 805's airflow.
I'm srsly considering this case, It's a shame there is no PSU cover, but that can easily be made for it.
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How's the airflow in this case? From the looks fo it it seems to be better than the 805's airflow.
I'm srsly considering this case, It's a shame there is no PSU cover, but that can easily be made for it.

From an airflow standpoint, the 509 will serve better than the 805. You can place lots of hardware and is made for both water and air cooling. Though, from an aesthetic standpoint, liquid cooling is best.
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So far i am getting better temps overall compared to the 805 utilizing the front intake because there is a much bigger gap between the glass and where air is actually sucked in. On the 805 the glass was pretty much flush against the front panel where the 509 has about a 1' gap between the glass and front panel.

I like the flexibility of the case as far as radiator and fan capacity and placement. I would have liked to see at least ssd brackets on the rear of the case since utilizing the multi-functional brackets seem to put a little stress on the ssd power connector with input from the side. The one thing i thought was a major plus was a GPU support bracket which will eliminate any GPU sag, i am very anal about my builds and little things like that are important to me. Overall quality is top notch although i am use to fully aluminum cases coming from a Lian Li PC-05S and most recently an In Win 805 i am still impressed with what In Win is offering here.

Likes -

GPU support bracket
Quality
Rad/Fan Space Availability
Elegance

Dislikes -

Front glass tint is to dark and you would need at least an LED strip to make out whats in the case
No rear panel SSD bracket support

I am an In Win fan for life though and hopefully this is my last case for the next few years.
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Intel 6700k Gigabyte Z170X Ultra Gaming Gigabyte 980 Ti Extreme Gaming G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
Intel 750 NVMe Samsung EVO EK 240 Predator Windows 10 64 Bit 
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Asus ROG Swift Corsair Strafe RGB MX Brown IN WIN Classic 750 IN WIN 805 
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Corsair Sabre RGB Corsair SP2500 
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Originally Posted by nyk20z3 View Post

So far i am getting better temps overall compared to the 805 utilizing the front intake because there is a much bigger gap between the glass and where air is actually sucked in. On the 805 the glass was pretty much flush against the front panel where the 509 has about a 1' gap between the glass and front panel.

I like the flexibility of the case as far as radiator and fan capacity and placement. I would have liked to see at least ssd brackets on the rear of the case since utilizing the multi-functional brackets seem to put a little stress on the ssd power connector with input from the side. The one thing i thought was a major plus was a GPU support bracket which will eliminate any GPU sag, i am very anal about my builds and little things like that are important to me. Overall quality is top notch although i am use to fully aluminum cases coming from a Lian Li PC-05S and most recently an In Win 805 i am still impressed with what In Win is offering here.

Likes -

GPU support bracket
Quality
Rad/Fan Space Availability
Elegance

Dislikes -

Front glass tint is to dark and you would need at least an LED strip to make out whats in the case
No rear panel SSD bracket support

I am an In Win fan for life though and hopefully this is my last case for the next few years.

First off, thank you for your input. We truly appreciate any form of feedback from our valued customers. We will take your suggestions and forward them to our R&D department for future product considerations. And thank you for the high praise! We truly are happy that you are enjoying the 509, and hope it continues to serve you well for the next couple of years. smile.gif
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EK PE 360 rad and XSPC 1200rpm Static Pressure fans -

With this combo installed in the front of the case i still have about 3 1/2'' from the rad to the opposite side of the chamber. With a rad in the front you can not mount any fans on the back of the case though so be warned. Mounting front multi purpose brackets for example for an SSD works just fine with a radiator front mounted.



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Intel 6700k Gigabyte Z170X Ultra Gaming Gigabyte 980 Ti Extreme Gaming G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
Intel 750 NVMe Samsung EVO EK 240 Predator Windows 10 64 Bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Asus ROG Swift Corsair Strafe RGB MX Brown IN WIN Classic 750 IN WIN 805 
MouseAudio
Corsair Sabre RGB Corsair SP2500 
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IN WIN 509 Build
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Intel 6700k Gigabyte Z170X Ultra Gaming Gigabyte 980 Ti Extreme Gaming G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
Intel 750 NVMe Samsung EVO EK 240 Predator Windows 10 64 Bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Asus ROG Swift Corsair Strafe RGB MX Brown IN WIN Classic 750 IN WIN 805 
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Corsair Sabre RGB Corsair SP2500 
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