In Win C200 mid-tower aims at content creators

Posted on Tuesday, March 31 2020 @ 11:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Many years ago companies started focusing on "gaming" products but these days it seems "content creation" is all the rage. In Win send over word about its C200, a new mid-tower case aimed at content creators. In the press release, In Win indicates the case is ideal if you need lots of local storage space:
InWin showcased its C200 at CES 2020. Today InWin announced the availability of C200, a mid-tower, ATX PC chassis targeting creative professionals, content creators and PC builders that require ample local storage space. The C200 can install up to six 3.5’’ HDDs (the drive cages can also be converted to SSDs) and two 2.5’’ SSDs, plus two 5.25’’ drive bays that can used for ODDs or up to three front-accessible hot-swap HDD bays; offering quick and convenient transfer of ultra-large files or off-site backup.

The C200 features a strong and sturdy design, with an aesthetic best suited for a professional environment. InWin has opted for the benefits of strong SECC steel side panels, isolating the user away from the distractions of light and sound. Large thumbscrews allow the side panels to still be conveniently removed when required.

With five fan mount locations and support for up to 240mm radiators for AIO or liquid-cooling, the C200 provides comprehensive cooling for even high-end ATX PC setups. There’s ample build flexibility via large air-cooling heatsinks up to 166mm tall, multiple graphics cards up to 400mm in length and can easily fit 220mm PSUs. Front panel I/O includes a USB 3.1 Gen-2 Type C, two USB 3.1 Gen-1 Type A and 3.5mm stereo headphone and microphone jacks.
In Win C200

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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