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In-Win Releases G7-Series PC Cases

In-Win's new G7 chassis is built using brushed metal, has a meshed side panel and will be available in both black and silver. The ATX sized chassis supports both ATX and micro-ATX motherboards, multiple graphics cards (up to 408 mm) and extra long power supply units. Also included are 7 expansion slots, over an inch of cabling space and a top-mounted EZ-swap bay that allows users to hot swap 2.5" and 3.5" SATA drives.

Beyond this, the G7 has grommets for water cooling tubes, air filters and space for a total of seven 120 mm fans with two on the front and sides and one on the top, rear and bottom. The front header features a single USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, HD audio and a two-mode fan controller.

Unfortunately there is no word on availability or pricing yet, but based on the company's history we don't expect this sleek enclosure to be overly taxing on your wallet.

Niels Broekhuijsen
Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He covers hardware news on all components and peripherals.
  • hero1
    Good case but I think a thick, 8mm side window, 3x120mm front intake fans and 2x120mm bottom intake fans, 3x120/140 top exhaust and 1 rear would have been a better way to go and I would have no problem gettting it. 1 fan up top isn't good enough when you have more than 1 high end GPU and CPU that are OCd.
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  • punahou1
    Won't the meshed side panel cause excess dust to come in when the fans are not running?
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  • nukemaster
    any vent without a filter will pull dust when the system is ON.

    I do not think the system being off will cause dust to enter the side of the system. I could see dust landing in the top vent.
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  • bryonhowley
    Looks good I have two In Win Cases a Dragon Rider and my current GRone White I have really liked both of them.
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  • UVB076
    @Nukemaster what about positive pressure? as in more intake than exhaust.
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  • Benthon
    Looks very smooth
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  • anxiousinfusion
    Darn shame they included optical drive bays...
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  • f-14
    very nice case, extremely well though out, only change i'd make is to angle the low HDD cage just enough so it did not block M/B front panel connectors as well as forward facing sata ports 25-35º angle towards the rear ought to do it, and would cool those hdd's in that lower cage better and angle the exhaust toward where the PSU could intake and exhaust that as the video cards look like they would draw in fresh air perfectly from the upper front fan. heck even a bottom fan looks mountable in the middle to feed fresh air to a lower GPU (so long as the GPU's are external exhausting but who goes with internal exhaust with a case design like this?!)

    this is every bit the improvement i would have made to beat the antec 1200's
    anxiousinfusionDarn shame they included optical drive bays...some day soon they won't be needed, can't wait for that day to get here so the form factors can shrink as well. in the mean time, more hot swapable HDD bays for storage!
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  • garrick
    They definitely took cues from the Antec 100 with the front looking quite similar with the little tray to hold stuff in. It's actually pretty useful and I keep my usb sticks and car keys etc in it.
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  • nukemaster
    10442221 said:
    @Nukemaster what about positive pressure? as in more intake than exhaust.
    I am not sure if this case is designed to work with positive pressure.

    As long as the intake is filtered(you would have to filter the side intakes your self as I do not see any filters.), dust should be kept down fairly well on any positive pressure system.
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