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In Win X-Frame 2.0 test bench costs 1499EUR

Posted on Thursday, December 22 2016 @ 13:46:29 CET by


In Win showcases the X-Frame 2.0, a limited edition test bench for overclockers. It's an open-frame aluminium case with a 360-degrees free-rotating design. It's filled to the brim with features and ships with the In Win SI-1065W power supply.

It measures 640mm x 483mm x 330mm and weighs a whopping 15.5kg. There's support for motherboards from Mini-ITX to E-ATX size and there are eight PCI Express expansion slots. You can fit video cards with a length of up to 385mm and due to the open design there's no restriction on the maximum height of the CPU cooler.

The X-Frame 2.0 also has room for one 5.25" device, three dedicated 3.5" HDD slots, another three 2.5/3.5" storage slots plus seven slots for 2.5" SSDs. The full feature set can be explored at In Win's website. It looks like a high-quality product but with a price tag of 1,499EUR it doesn't look like they're planning to sell many units. It will ship in black/red, white/blue and black/green color combinations.
The X-Frame 2.0 has a detachable rotating stand to lay or stand the complete build. Users can assemble their rigs when they are seated at just about any position. Builds can be placed horizontally or vertically at each 15 degree.
X-Frame 2.0

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