Although there are some PC enthusiasts who spend a large amount of money to have the very biggest and best of everything, this is only a small segment of the home PC building market. Most PCs are built for light gaming, web browsing and work related activities, and typically fall into the mid-range category. This doesn’t mean you have to go without some of the cool features enthusiasts enjoy. You can still build your system with style and flare while staying within a budget. InWin is here to help. Today InWin has given us the opportunity to review the The ATX / Micro-ATX GT1 case. The GT1 is the new mid-tower case from InWin made to offer a balance of both exciting features and affordable pricing. We will see how the GT1 stacks up, but first, let’s find out more about InWin.
When I think of In-Win the first thing that pops into my mind are PC cases and power supplies, not mouse pads. That will all change in today's review. We will be looking into In-Win's newest edition to their line-up, the Rocker Mat. The mat itself is made from an all aluminum design, with a large surface area of 9' x 12' covered by In-Win's new nano coating. The Rocker Mat sample we received is orange, but if orange is not your color don't worry, the Rocker Mat comes in a variety of 6 colors; blue, purple, red, yellow, pink and orange. In-Win's Rocker Mat comes with a $39.99 price tag. Will this Mat be worthy of the price? We will find out later in our review.
Today we will be looking at the In-Win GRone full tower case. This case features support for E-ATX motherboards, a 360mm rad at the top, a 240mm rad at the bottom (with the HDD cage removed), and support for ten 120/140mm fans. Yes. 2 rads and 10 fans! This case was designed to appeal to nearly anyone, from the water cooling enthusiast to the gamer with taller heatsinks. Could this wide variety of features be the shining factor for this case? We shall soon see if In-Win did well enough by trying to cater to everyone's needs with the GRone.
The In Win GreenMe 750W features a styling white exterior, an 80Plus Bronze certification, and an enticing price of only $99. It's not a modular cable setup, but that's not unsurprising in this power range and at this price. We know that power supplies are a component where quality is critically important, and you get what you pay for. So does the quality of the GreenMe reflect its affordable price, or ca n it reach beyond and amount to something more for consumers looking to find a great deal? Click through to find out.
HIgh wattage unit that comes with a military theme aesthetic.
Unique styling and features in this full tower case.