INWIN D-Frame Mini and EK-Kit D240
Looking through the front of the very open design of the INWIN D-Frame Mini, we can easily see the pump and reservoir combination unit with the brushed metal EK logo shining through next to the front I/O, and we can easily see some of the tubing that we decided to fill with distilled water and Mayhems "dark red" additive.
As we look through the dark tinted side panel of this chassis, we can see the CPU block and its EK logo staring back at us along with seeing the PSU at the left, and a radiator screwed on the bottom fan bracket.
At the top of the chassis, you can see the rear I/O of this tiny ASUS motherboard, and for those who want a quick look inside without removing the side panel, this is the place to do so.
Of course the brighter the wiring is, the easier it is to see through the tinted glass panel on the back of the chassis. Try as you will, without some form of a cover made to hide it, there isn't an easy way to actually hide the wiring.
Looking in at the back of the chassis, we have the fan grill and an upside down INWIN logo staring back at us off of their 800W Desert Fox unit that is more than capable of pushing anything you can fit inside.
Taking a look through the floor of the chassis, we see that the fan bracket has been filled with a pair of EK Vadar F3-120 fans. Of course the radiator has been added here as well, but more on that when we look inside.
- You can buy the EK EK-KIT D240 (In Win D-Frame Mini drop-in) Water Cooling Kit and In Win D-Frame mini in black, orange or red at Scorptec Computers.
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