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IN WIN D Frame Computer Case/Chassis Review

24 July 2013
  • Summary: The first BlowHole system we ever built back in 1997 was hacked out of what was a very sturdy In Win steel case and I could still stand on top of it when it was done. Today's In Win Case, the "D Frame" is incredibly sturdy as well, but certainly brings with it a "less is more" theme considering it...
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Overall 10

In Win D-Frame Red Case Review

17 June 2013
  • Summary: To ensure accurate thermal results, we installed the same hardware in each case in virtually the same way. Components included the Asrock Fatal1ty 990FX Professional, Phenom II X6 1100T, Prolimatech Megahalems (we took the case door off) in passive mode (i.e.
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In Win D-Frame Case Review

Hardware Secrets
7 May 2013
  • Summary: Generally, we particularly don’t like “open” cases. We think they are a magnet for dust and leave the PC’s internal components exposed and unprotected against physical damage. However, we think the D-Frame is a great exception.
  • Pros: Unique design, Superb construction quality, Support for three 3.5” hard drives and two 2.5” SSDs or laptop hard drive, Eight expansion slots, Supports video cards up to 12.6” (320 mm) long, A huge cutout in the motherboard tray for accessing the backplate of the CPU cooler, Holes for routing cabl...
  • Cons: Price, No support for radiators
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Overall 9

In Win D-Frame

18 March 2013
  • Summary: In Win already turned heads with the H-Frame. They are clearly continuing the trend by creating one crazy case after another. The D-Frame takes things to new heights with its manufacturing process and design elements.
  • Pros: Incredibly cool looking chassis, One of a kind, die-cast skeletal centerpiece, Welded and properly painted exterior frame, Real tempered glass side panels, Motherboard turned 90 degrees, Ability to hold up to four fans, Can fit three 3.5" and two 2.5" drives, All black, sleeved cables, Actual too...
  • Cons: Price—unique design comes at a price, No fans included, Dust will enter freely, Noise not encapsulated, No external 3.5" bay, You have to watch the height of your CPU cooler, You will need to assemble the chassis., Limited number—only 500 of each color will be sold.
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Overall 8

In Win D-Frame

30 January 2013
  • Conclusion: Exclusivity and premium pricing go hand in hand in this industry, and as a consequence the D-Frame is going to be met with a certain amount of scepticism. Who can afford to spend £300 on a chassis? And what's the point in an open-air frame?
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In Win D-Frame

15 October 2013
  • Summary: Das In Win D-Frame kann im Test durch den Einsatz hochwertiger Materialien und durch hohe Verarbeitungsqualität überzeugen. Das Design ist ebenfalls einmalig und durch die Limitierung auf 500 Stück zudem zusäzlich eine Besonderheit.
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Expert Review

7 September 2013
  • Summary: Avec un tel design, il est évident que le boitier ne peut pas plaire à tout le monde, surtout quand on prend en compte le tarif de
  • Pros: Silencieux..., Finition, Verre trempé, Câbles gainés, Design audacieux, Cable-management propre enprenant le temps, A monter soi-même !
  • Cons: ...Puisque livré sans ventilateur, 160mm seulement pour le radiateur CPU, Watercooling limité, Tarif, Design audacieux, Emplacements SSD, Un filtre aimanté pour l'alimentation ne rendrait pas le boitier plus cher
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Teste do Gabinete In Win D-Frame

Clube do Hardware
5 August 2013
  • Conclusion: Normalmente, nós não gostamos de gabinetes “abertos”. Nós acreditamos que eles são um imã para poeira e deixam os componentes internos do computador expostos e desprotegidos contra danos físicos. No entanto, nós consideramos o D-Frame uma excelente exceção.
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