In Win Maelstrom Review

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In Win Maelstrom Review


The Maelstrom first arrived with us a good few weeks ago, it got built pretty much straight away and found its way to the office desk for testing. That's where the story of the Maelstrom stalled. I paused.... and I forgot about it.
That might sound bad but there is a very good reason.

Its very quiet but still keeps everything as cool as some of the more mainstream cases. It even out-performs a few of them too.

The powder coated internals add to the cases quality feel and it's also one of the features that help you think you should have paid a lot more. This coupled with the room inside, the great temperatures, low noise and packed full of the small details that make a big difference like the rubber fan grommets and sound deadening foam.

So for £86.99 the case actually comes in at quite the bargain as long as you are not looking for internal watercooling support. It ticks all the boxes and a few other besides as well.

I would happily recomend the In Win Maelstrom over the mainstream easy choices in the £70 to £100 bracket, and a fair few more expensive ones as well.




We would like to thanks Case King for the sample today, discuss your thoughts in our forums.

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Most Recent Comments

30-03-2010, 07:03:50

Looking for something different? Hate following the pack like a sheep? Then the In Win Maelstrom could be just what you are looking for.

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30-03-2010, 08:11:42

looks like a decent case to me, though it has to be for the price if it wants to be competing with the bigboys ;-)Quote

30-03-2010, 09:27:56

I really don't like the looks of this thing Quote

30-03-2010, 09:37:51

Originally Posted by name='killablade'
I really don't like the looks of this thing
²nd that.. its just too strange imho Quote

30-03-2010, 09:43:07

Its a real nice case actualy. It grows on you.Quote

30-03-2010, 11:02:08

Not love at first sight for me either. It seems to deliver a lot of nice features for the money though, however garish.Quote

30-03-2010, 12:44:20

the case is not ugly......its just different, not a case i would buy but its cooling is impressive and it has black internals soo not all bad!

hopefully they will do a nice flat front with no goofy handles etc.Quote

30-03-2010, 13:22:37

A 240 rad would fit in the top easy. Really nice to see that they have taken noise into account when designing a high airflow case. Its just the front of the case that may not be to everyone likings. Nice review Tom. +++Quote

30-03-2010, 16:43:20

those handles are a bit on the funky side, i agree. my guess is if u could remove them easily it would improve its overall reception...

me i dont mind them too much.Quote

30-03-2010, 18:19:29

I saw this case not too long ago and forgot the name. All I could remember was it had green handles on the front. Thanks for the reminder and the review. Quote

30-03-2010, 18:20:51

Originally Posted by name='ppuff'
I saw this case not too long ago and forgot the name. All I could remember was it had green handles on the front. Thanks for the reminder and the review.
Haha, I LIKE!!Quote

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