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In Win debuts the G7 mid-tower case

Posted on Monday, March 04 2013 @ 11:34:59 CET by

In Win introduces the G7, a new mid-tower case for Micro-ATX and ATX motherboards. The steel case is available in metallic grey and black and has a brushed aluminium front. It measures 461mm x 198mm x 479mm and has three external 5.25" bays, four 3.5"/2.5" storage trays and two 2.5" storage tray. There's room for a total of seven 120mm fans and the case has various cut-outs for cable management and removable dust filters. The interior is all black and is roomy enough for graphics cards of up to 408mm long. The G7 also has a front I/O panel with one USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, HD Audio ports and a dual-mode fan controller.
In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator of high performance PC hardware and multiple winner of the internationally renowned red dot Design Award, has today launched its G7 mid-tower chassis.

Available in aluminum gray and black with a discreet brushed metal look and meshed side panel as standard, the G7 is designed to be simple and beautiful on the outside, with leading features inside.

It supports full ATX and micro ATX motherboards, with up to 408mm graphics cards and extra-long PSUs. There is space for up to seven drive expansion slots; four of which feature In Win’s EZ-Swap design and all are compatible with 2.5” SSDs. The additional, roof mounted EZ-Swap drive slot is openly accessible for quick data backup, without having to open the case.

To keep the latest PC hardware cool, the G7 can house up to seven 12cm fans; two front and side, plus one top, bottom and rear. Overall this yields an impressive cooling performance behind its sleek styling, while an integrated dual-mode fan controller enables an optimum cooling-to-noise ratio. The tidy design philosophy is even mirrored inside too, with a further 27.5mm of cable routing space between motherboard edge and expansion bays, in addition to space behind the motherboard tray.
In Win G7



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