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Casing Out MicroATX

InWin IW-F515: Carrying Handle

The InWin MicroATX case is designed for mobile use with its big, sturdy carrying handle, though the PC is also suited for stationary deployment. Inside there is plenty of room for a MicroATX board, expansion cards and drives. The power supply, located in the InWin IW-F515, is not a special MicroATX product, but rather a regular ATX power supply.

However, this model does not support SATA drives. An 3.15" (80 mm) fan takes care of cooling off the power supply. In the case itself there is only a fixture for a 3.15" (80 mm) fan that you have to buy separately and install yourself. The cage for the two 3.5" hard drives can be removed from the case for easy installation. To avoid wasting unnecessary space, the cage is angled at 90 degrees, which also is convenient for hook-up. What is missing with the InWin IW-F515 case are frontal audio, USB and FireWire ports.

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