InWin 925: Premium Tower from Taiwan

With the InWin 925, the Taiwanese case manufacturer has announced a new premium case for gaming enthusiasts. The InWin 925 is made of one piece. InWin uses high-quality components. A 4 mm thick and strongly bent aluminium piece forms the basic structure of the case. The interior is supported by a SECC steel frame. On the right and left side you can look through 3 mm thick tempered glass panes into the interior of the InWin 925. High-quality knurled screws are used to fasten the panes.

A glance at the black anodized front of the case reveals the InWin logo. Here the hobbyist has the possibility to supplement an RGB lighting. In addition, synchronization with RGB mainboards or a controller box is possible. This can make many optical gimmicks possible.

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The InWin 925 offers space for motherboards up to the E-ATX factor. The graphics card can also be mounted horizontally or vertically. Here you have to make sure that the graphics card is not longer than 420 mm. A total of up to nine fans can be installed in the InWin 925. Alternatively, it offers space for two 360 mm radiators. InWin emphasizes the easy cleaning of the 925. Thus, the dust filters can be easily removed in order to clean them effectively.

To prevent the PC from overheating, the InWin 925 offers space for a CPU cooler with a maximum height of 200 mm. The maximum length of the power supply unit is also 200 mm. Those who need a lot of memory should find enough space with the InWin 925. Altogether, the user finds space for four hard disks (3.5 inches) and three SSDs.

The ports of the 925 are easy to reach. At the front it offers a USB 3.1 port (Gen 2 Type C) and two USB 3.1 interfaces (Gen 1 Type A). The Premium Tower also offers connectors for headphones and headset on the front. The power button is located on the side above the front connectors of the 925.

A glance at the cost of the InWin 925 reveals the premium character of the case. According to InWin, it will appear on the market at the end of November at an RRP of around 500 euros.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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