This video is unavailable. In Win Dragon Slayer Case Review & Unboxing
16 May 2014
Excerpt: The In Win Dragon Slayer is Mini Tower Case for Micro ATX motherboards. This case amazingly has everything a full tower case has, can hold 8 fans, and two full size video cards, and mostly a too-less design. Full & UnCut Review: http://yutubemedia.com/in-win-dragon-...
Conclusion: Although it may seem like there is quite a bit of space for a mATX chassis, I find that I have to install certain components in a certain order, or it would most likely give you a headache, especially if you are one of those cable enthusiasts like me.
Conclusion: Final Thoughts When we first received the Dragon Slayer, we were a bit dubious due to its size as it’s the first mini-tower we’ve looked at but we were quite surprised as to how “roomy” the case can be and would be perfect for a budding enthusiast or school kid wanting to add some style to their...
Pros: Accepts long graphics cards, Bright contrasting colour scheme, Pre-supplied fans, Front is complete mesh, Cable management areas, CPU backplate removal made easy, USB 3.0 port, Unique styling
Cons: Expansion card lock needs more support, Smaller fans can get quite noisy, No eSATA port, Limited hard drive bays
Summary: Final Thoughts
I really like that In Win has made a case like this. So many of the mATX cases we see are cube cases or extremely small cases without much room inside. So many mATX motherboards have the ability to have multiple video cards, after-market CPU coolers, etc.
Pros: – Price, – Mostly toolless, – USB 3.0 port, – Fits large video cards, – Plenty of cooling
Excerpt: Another case that In Win has been banking on has been the Dragon Slayer, a mATX case from their Destiny Extreme series. Regardless of its size the Dragon Slayer has gamer written all over it. The outside of the case has a very distinct "Knight’s armor" look .
Excerpt: To sum up, In Win's Dragon Slayer is a real gem. With the ever growing availability of very competent micro ATX motherboards, the Dragon Slayer is one of the only cases that I'm aware of that can do these high-end boards justice.
Summary: The In Win Dragon Slayer Case has most of the features you'd expect to find in a mid-tower or full-tower case. This is very impressive considering it's a micro ATX case. There are plenty of drive bays, lots of included fans and more can be added, black interior, cable management holes, fits full...
Excerpt: Kitguru spends a lot of time looking at mid and full-tower cases such as the Bitfenix Colossus but don’t often get the chance to review more compact cases. Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX systems are favoured by many as they take up a lot less space than their full-size counterparts whilst retaining the same...