Inwin Gets its Game On

Inwin has gone beyond its previous efforts at putting on a game face to deliver a true enthusiast case, just in time for CES.  The Dragon Rider features removable drive cages and extra cooling at the back of the CPU socket, in addition to an eighth card slot to support double-slot graphics cards placed at the bottom of an ATX motherboard.

Upcoming projects include its O-Ring 2 USB drive protector and a yet-to-be-named compact case with integrated flat-panel display bracket and front-panel ports in its base.

Thomas Soderstrom
Thomas Soderstrom is a Senior Staff Editor at Tom's Hardware US. He tests and reviews cases, cooling, memory and motherboards.
  • jhansonxi
    Those USB drive adapters are rather creative. I can't decide if I like or hate them.
  • ares1214
    Not too shabby...would have to see a cooling review and maybe some better cable management. But not bad...
  • fatkid35
    whoever assembled that system in the big case should be fired and beaten. who goes to ces with a case with cable management that looks like total $h!t...? really? i've eaten at taco bell and filled a toilet with something more organized than that.
  • 11796pcs
    I think it looks really ugly, I like cases that are not as rounded. And yeah- the cable management was horrible.
  • rohitbaran
    I like that compact case.
  • liveonc
    Some liked to bundle a mini ITX with an ATX in a Full Tower. With that mini ITX monitor stand/mini ITX case, you could have that gaming monster & that new AMD Fusion mini ITX, using the same monitor, saving space & power when you're not gaming.
  • The case has plenty of cable management, you have obviously not seen it. There is whole right side dedicated to the cable routing...