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In Win EM013
8.2* out of 10

In Win EM013

Detachable HDD Drive Cage - for better install and service. Read more

Great Deal: $70.87

Reviews and Problems with In Win EM013

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Overall 6

Disappointing, considering the price

Gruffi_Gummi, Mwave.com
1 February 2012
  • Summary: In Win aims at the upper segment of the market, and their cases are priced accordingly. The quality, however, is just average. Not bad, but nothing outstanding either.I wouldnt buy it again at this price. For the premium I paid I expected peace of mind, instead of rummaging through old boxes in search of spare screws.
  • Pros: Works. The power supply seems okay and quiet. The removable HDD cage is nice. No standoffs necessary for MB.
  • Cons: - Got two cuts while assembling (What about the advertised rounded edges? Sure, SOME are rounded with some other you can literally shave). - Not enough screws!!! Just three for MB installation. Who packed this thing?! - Too bright blue power LED. - No CPU air duct.
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Overall 10

Great micro case.

Rob, Mwave.com
28 October 2011
  • Summary: I originally wanted the IN WIN EMO13.EJ350SLY case, since I used that case for my last two builds, and it is a little less expensive. However, it has been unavailable on this site for many months now. It does have an on/off switch on the power supply and a side panel air guide but it has only one SATA power connector, one 4-pin auxiliary connector and one +12 volt rail.
  • Pros: Quiet and reliable power supply. The two +12 volt rails are rated a total of 264 watts. 12 cm rear fan. Case is nice looking and constructed well, with no sharp edges. Detatcheable hard drive cage for easy installation. Has three sata power connectors, two 4-pin and one 6-pin auxiliary power connectors. No standoffs needed for motherboard installation.
  • Cons: No on/off switch on back of power supply. No side panel air guide, if you prefer to use these. Case is very light. If I a USB drive, I have to put one hand on top of the case or it will move backwards. It needs wide rubber feet instead of the plastic ones. Im not crazy about the wide power button either. My other two similar IN WIN cases have this same button and I have to push it in harder and hold for 1-2 seconds longer and often the case moves backwards. However, i...
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Overall 10

Nice case, ATX mini-tower w/ 120mm fan

Gordomatic, CompSource
7 September 2009
  • Pros: 120mm fan, Adequate power supply, Reasonably quiet, Runs fairly cool, Well built In Win brand
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