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IN WIN X-Fighter Mid-Tower Case - Accessories and Documentation

Does size matter? Find out if IN WIN put's the old adage to rest with the X-Fighter mid-tower chassis.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Aug 12, 2009 3:34 am
TweakTown Rating: 91%Manufacturer: IN WIN

Accessories and Documentation

 

IN WIN X-Fighter Mini-Tower Case

 

Although the fans aren't exactly "extra hardware", I had them out and figured I would give you a better look at them. In the back is the tray from the bottom of the 5.25" drive rack. It holds all the slides you need to mount all your drives without screws and keeps them handy in the rig and not in some box you can't find. Just to the tray's left is the additional bit of tube for the intake through the door. IN WIN also sends a 3-pin to 4-pin Molex adapter along with the six expansion slot covers and miscellaneous screws and risers.

 

IN WIN X-Fighter Mini-Tower Case

 

One side of the fold-out information pamphlet repeats in five languages a specification chart and features list.

 

IN WIN X-Fighter Mini-Tower Case

 

The reverse of the foldout is the installation guide. Should you get stuck on how to release a lock, or just exactly how something works, this is an excellent point of reference with great images.

 

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