InWin Nebula N127 fits longer video cards

Posted on Saturday, January 22 2022 @ 11:48 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
InWin introduces the Nebula N127, a new mid-tower case with special light effects. Compared with previous 1-series Nebula cases, the new model can fit longer video cards (max 370mm) and has improved thermal performance. If you don't desire the Nebula light effect, InWin also offers a more plain 127 version of this model.
InWin has announced its latest N127 and 127 mainstream, mid tower PC cases. With a myriad of ARGB shimmering, shining stars adorning the front panel, the “Nebula” effect provides users with a spectacular luminous effect that creates a ripple of reflections that appear to recede to infinity. The N127 is designed for builders that prefer ATX, mATX or mini-ITX builds, and are looking for a strong, high-quality chassis that exhibits a beautiful, striking design with ARGB elements, uncompromised cooling and easy-to-build features.

Improving the powerful airflow design from the previous 100-series, the N127 features a steel mesh front panel and honeycomb ventilation on its side panel that optimizes airflow and heat dissipation. Six fans (two front, three side, one rear) support up to two liquid-cooling radiators (240mm and 360mm) to ensure powerful cooling performance for CPUs and graphics cards. It’s ideal for partnering with a new InWin Nebula AIO liquid CPU cooler, which boasts a similar Nebula ARGB effect on the CPU block!

The tinted, tempered glass side panel offers a convenient, quick-release button to gain access to the hardware inside. The N127 supports high-end graphics cards up to 345mm long, which can be directly supported using an updated anti-sag bracket that keeps your GPU from sagging, protecting your hardware even while being transported. Builders can fit two 2.5-inch drives plus two more 3.5-inch/2.5-inch or drives, as well as premium power supplies up to 200mm long.

InWin equips the N127 with a premium Luna AL120 ARGB PWM fan, giving users exceptional cooling performance and the option of ARGB inside, right out the box. It’s soft radiating glow from its internal ARGB lighting can be controlled by compatible motherboards.

Speedy front panel I/O connectivity includes the latest USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 Type-C connector offering 20Gbps of wired performance to external peripherals and accessories such as external drives, DAS, direct data transfers or even eGPUs. Other connectivity includes two USB 3.1 Gen-1 Type-A, and 3.5mm HD headphone and microphone sockets.

InWin 127
Alongside the N127, InWin also offers the new 127 chassis with all the same, great features except for a modest ARGB InWin logo, replacing the Nebula lighting effect on the front panel. This will also come without the AL120 fan, for PC builders that prefer a more subtle build.
InWin Nebula N127

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