OverviewHardware: Cases & PSU
WHAT WE LIKED:Accommodates 360 and 240mm radiators with no modding, 5 Fans included with support for 5 more. Very thoughtful design
WHAT WE DISLIKED:No cable tie down points, Metal PSU mounting Rails.
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Here is our final conclusion. We believe In-Win has hit a home run with the GRone, from its sleek looks to its well thought out design. In-Win has really stepped up their game with the GRone. This case has made us excited to see what else In-Win will be coming up with. The competitively priced GRone at the time of this review is $159.99 on “the Egg.” A full tower case with this many features offers a fair price.
We would have liked to see cable tie down points or easier to clean fan filters, but those are small gripes when choosing a case. Building a computer with the In-Win GRone made for a very clean and easy build. The 20mm rear cable routing space gave us plenty of room even with our sleeved cables. If you’re looking for a case that supports tall CPU heatsinks (206mm/8.1” ), with the option to upgrade later to water cooling, then this is the case for you. The fact that the GRone supports one 360 and one 240mm rad without any modding to the case attests to the thoroughness of the design. We especially appreciate that they included so many additional fans out of the box.
The In-Win GRone is a well built case with tons of features, and easily earns our PureOverclock Editor’s Choice Award!