InWin IronClad Full Tower PC Gaming Case

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InWin IronClad Full Tower PC Gaming Case

Post by Apoptosis » Tue Mar 16, 2010 1:34 pm

InWin Development has some new cases coming out and the IRONCLAD is one of the full ATX tower gaming/enthusiast PCs that is sure to catch some interest.
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InWin Ironclad
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InWin Ironclad
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Ironclad mashed side panel
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Ironclad...plenty of space for anything
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The bottle has been broken; the IRONCLAD launches towards the battlefield. The pride of every fleet, with its steel-like vessel design; the new full-tower chassis from the In Win’s army provides users with tank-like strength yet finest user’s flexibility. Dark metallic paint gives the Ironclad not only intimidating look but also protects this vessel against humidity and corrosion. Ironclad is built to accommodate wide range of motherboards from Micro ATX to extended ATX. And as just as a true warship, the Ironclad is not impressing just with its size but also with the great features it offers:
•8 patented tool-free I/O expansion slots
•Bottom mount power supply with air filter for easy maintenance
•New added 2.5” SSD/HDD supporting tray
•Cable management hole ready to minimize the cable clutter


Case Size: Full Tower Chassis
Material: 1.0~0.8mm SECC Steel
Dimension(HxWxD): 550x225x566mm (21.7"x8.9"x22.3")
Power Supply:
1. ATX 12V
2. PS 2 or EPS Power
I/O Expansion Slots: PCI-E/PCI/AGP SlotX8
Thermal Solution:
1. Front:12cm Fan x 1
2. Rear 12cm Fan x 1
3. Top:12cm Fan x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 2)
4. Side:22cm LED Fan with switch x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 6)
5. Water-Cooling Hole Ready
M/B Form Factor:
1. ATX
2. Micro-ATX
3. E-ATX(12"X13")
Driver Bays:
1. External 5.25'' x 5
2. Includes FDD Cage x1(5.25'' Convert into 3.5'')
3. Internal 3.5''x6
3.5''drive bay(hidden):
1. Internal 3.5"x 6
2. 2.5"x1
Top Ports:
1. eSATAx2
2. USB2.0x4
3. IEEE1394A(FIREWARE)
4. HD/AC'97 Audio

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Re: InWin IronClad Full Tower PC Gaming Case

Post by FZ1 » Tue Mar 16, 2010 5:07 pm

Looks pretty much like the Maelstrom case I did, minus the green bars on front.
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Re: InWin IronClad Full Tower PC Gaming Case

Post by TexasScott » Wed Mar 17, 2010 4:27 pm

Those look like awesome cases =D> ...Wonder what they will cost?


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