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InWin GT1 Mid Tower

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Posted March 22, 2013 by Sandy Bruce in Cases & PSU

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Release Date: 1Q 2013
 
Price at time of Review: MSRP of $69
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Ez-Swap drive Bay, aesthetics, cooling options. tool less, fan filters
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

Fan noise, Cable management
 
BOTTOM LINE:
Overall InWin did a good job with the GT1. It is built well and offers features found on higher end cases. Its eye catching yet functional for any kind of build. Even a small water cooling setup is an option.
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Specifications and Features:

The GT1 either comes with a windows side panel or a mesh side panel. We have the windowed version for review. Listed below is the specs for both. The amount of optional fans are different for each.

GT1

Case Size

Mid Tower

 

Material

SECC Steel

Drive Bays

External 5.25” x 3
Internal 3.5” / 2.5” x 6 (Supports up to SATA HDD EZ-Swap Module x 4), 2.5” x 2

 

M/B Form Factor

ATX / Micro-ATX

 

Power Supply

ATX 12V, PSII Size

 

I/O Expansion Slots

PCI-E Slot x 7 (Supports up to 408mm)

Top Port

Fan Speed Controller
3.5”/2.5” SATA HDD EZ-Swap x 1

Front Ports

USB 3.0 x 1 (Internal Connector)
USB 2.0 x 2
HD Audio

 

Thermal Solution

Supports up to Total 120mm Fan x 8 (Different Regions May Carry Different Specification)
Front – Supports 120mm Fan x 1 (Maximum Supports 120mm Fan x 2)
Rear – Supports 120mm Red LED Fan x 1
Side – Supports up to 120mm Fan x 2 (Mesh Side Panel Only)
Top – Supports up to 120mm Fan x 2
Bottom – Supports up to 120mm Fan x 1
Water-Cooling Hole Ready

 

Dimensions (H x W x D)

475 x 210 x 491mm (18.7” x 8.3” x 19.3”)

 

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