When word came in that the Dragon Rider by In Win was en-route, I was curious. This case looks to be basically a modified version of their Maelstrom offering. In Win certainly works to produce a unique look, sometimes to the point where it can be considered a fault. I was curious would their aggressive and unique styling fit my fancy while remaining functional? More importantly is how is it going to stand against rising competition and rising quality in the case market. I jumped into our review of the In Win Dragon Rider a little skeptical, but excited to see what they have to offer. Let’s hope In Win’s gaming focused model impresses, they are going to need it in today’s case market. 


Product Name: In Win Dragon Rider Case

Review Sample Provided by: In Win

Review by: Jakob Barnard

Pictures by: Jakob Barnard

Product Specifications:

M/B Form Factor ATX, Micro-ATX, E-ATX (12"x13")
Case Size Full Tower
Dimension(HxWxD) 556 x 239 x 578mm (21.9" x 9.4" x 22.8")
Power Supply ATX 12V PS2 or EPS
Drive Bays External Drive Bay: 5.25" x 5 (one can swap to 3.5")
Internal Drive Bay: 3.5" x 6, 2.5" x 1
Top I/O eSATA x 2, USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, IEEE 1394A x 1, HD/AC'97 Audio
I/O Expansion Slots PCI-E/PCI/AGP Expansion Slot x 8
Thermal Solution 1. 12cm Front Fan x 1
2. 12cm Rear Fan x 1
3. 12cm Top Fan x 1 (can install up to two 12cm Fans)
4. 22cm LED Side Fan with switch x 1 (can swap to six 12cm Fans) for Left Side Panel
5. 12cm LED Side Fan with switch x 1 for Right Side Panel
6. Water-Cooling hole ready Safety: RoHS, CE and FCC Class B Requirement



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