In Win Maelstrom Review


In Win Maelstrom Review


Peer pressure is a terrible thing. Many of our first experiences of this start at school friends dares, the latest shoes and clothing crazes. We have all felt the pressure to choose the same as our friends. It doesnt stop there, even with PC purchases we can find ourselves following the pack and buying the easy choice, even if it is on a subconcious level rather than just being lazy.

For those brave enough to stand out from the crowd or even be bothered to seek out something unique it is actually surprising what a quick Google and an open mind can turn up.

Thanks to Case King on parade today is the In Win Maelstrom so let's stop jabbering and take a look at the case specifications:

Case Size:

Full Tower Chassis

Thermal Solution:1. Front:12cm Fan x 12. Rear: 12cm Fan x 13. Top:12cm Fan x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 2)4. Side:22cm LED Fan with switch x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 6)5. Water-Cooling Hole Ready
Dimension(HxWxD):550 × 225 × 601mm
M/B:1. ATX2. Micro ATX3. E-ATX (12" x 13")
I/O Expansion Slots:8 Slots
Internal Drive Bay:3.5'' x 6
Power Supply:1. ATX 12V2. PS 2 or EPS Power
Front I/O(Ports):1. USB2.0×42. e-SATA×23. IEEE 1394A×1(FireWire) 4. HD/AC' 97 Audio
Transfer Rate:1. 3.0Gbps w/ SATA II 2. 1.5Gbps w/ SATA I
External Drive Bay:1. 5.25'' × 52. Includes FDD Cage x 1 (5.25)
PSU:1. ATX 12V2. PS 2 or EPS Power3. PSU Dust Filter


Time to head over the page for our first look 

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Most Recent Comments

30-03-2010, 12:11:42

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, 13:27:56

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

30-03-2010, 13:37:51

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, 13:43:07

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

30-03-2010, 15:02:08

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

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