One of the best things about case modding is being able to create something unique and show it off online and at LANs. The modding community has been growing even more popular over the past 5 years thanks to events like PDXLAN. Sadly some people just don’t have the time or sometimes the skills to be able to be involved in things like that. I have run into that as well, I get the itch to rebuild but I just don’t have the time to put together what is in my head. In Win has really stepped up over the past few years with a whole series of cases that fill in that gap. They are unique and well built in a variety of designs. We use their H-Frame Mini for our event router and for the past half a year I have used a 901 for my PC at events. Well In Win recently introduced the D-Frame Mini, just in time for me to start on a new event PC. Some of you have seen it, today I will take a closer look at the pro’s and con’s of the D-Frame Mini.

Product Name: In Win D-Frame Mini

Review Sample Provided by: In Win

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes



Colors Available

Matt Black
Glossy Red
Glossy Orange


Aluminum Tubes

Aluminum Metal Plate

Tempered Glass

Internal Drive Bay

3.5” or 2.5” x 3

2.5” x 2

M/B Form Factor


Power Supply

ATX12V, PSII and EPS (Up to 220mm)

I/O Port

USB 3.0 x 2, HD Audio

I/O Expansion Slots

PCI-E Slot x 2

Supports High-end Graphic Card

(Length: up to 340mm,Height: up to 150mm)

Thermal Solution


- 120mm Bottom Fan x 2

- 240mm Liquid Cooling Radiator

- CPU Heatsink up to 165mm

Dimension (HxWxD)

405 x 230 x 501mm

(16” x 9” x 19.7”)

Net Weight

5.25 kg

Gross Weight

7.22 kg


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #35832 07 Nov 2014 20:18
A few of you may have seen me LANing with this case, now you can find out what I thought about it. Have a great weekend!

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