In Win launches their X-Frame 2.0 chassis

In Win launches their X-Frame 2.0 chassis

In Win launches their X-Frame 2.0 chassis

In Win launches their X-Frame 2.0 chassis

To celebrate the company's 30th anniversary In Win launches their X-Frame 2.0 chassis, which features three unique colour options and unique rotating stand design.  
This is an In Win 30th Aniversary Signature chassis, coming exclusively bundled with In Win's SI-1065W Special Edition PSU, which is designed to blend in with this case's colour scheme.     
The X-Frame 2.0's design is a unique take on the standard testbench design, which can be used both horizontally and vertically as a display case. The case is primarily constructed out of 4mm thick anodised aluminium, with stronger 8mm thick handles to support heavy hardware and easy transportation.      


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In Win launches their X-Frame 2.0 chassis


This chassis supports a single 5.25 inch drive, three 3.5/2.5 drives and four other 2.5 inch drives. This case supports motherboards that are up to EATX in size and supports a variety of different pumps for easy water cooling support.   

At the base of the chassis, the In Win X-Frame has a unique holder for motherboard screws, standoffs and other fittings, allowing users of this chassis to upgrade their systems with ease, be it the addition of a new SSD or an upgrade to a larger motherboard.  


In Win launches their X-Frame 2.0 chassis


First and foremost this chassis is designed to act as both a testbench and a showpiece, making us expect to see this chassis on show at plenty of gaming events in 2017. Below is an image showcasing a water cooled PC with great use of rigid tubing and red/black colour co-ordination. 


In Win launches their X-Frame 2.0 chassis


This chassis will be available in red/black, blue/white and black/green, with only the red version featuring In Win's limited edition nameplate, which is etched with the chassis' production serial number.  


You can join the discussion on In Win's X-Frame chassis on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

22-12-2016, 08:31:49

It's the same, only different. *Love* the rotating idea.

Edit oh wow it goes vertical too ! looks gorgeous like that !Quote

23-12-2016, 13:59:46

I wonder if some one ACTUALLY buys this.... or as most of the mods amd builds we see are review samples given by in win.

The price is just as funny as the current Nvidia Gtx 10xx prices.Quote

23-12-2016, 14:18:50

It does look nice when vertical but I think the extended legs of the base support would look too large.

That being said, I quite like this bench horizontal too. It has potential.Quote

23-12-2016, 15:55:08

All things considered, it's a very sexy chassis... and probably above my budget but one can dream. Quote

23-12-2016, 16:49:26

Blue/white though?... Why make the blue version with white color and the red and green versions with black? Quote

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