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IN WIN Dragon Rider Full Tower Chassis

By: Chad Sebring | Full-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Feb 15, 2011 12:17 pm
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TweakTown Rating: 94%Manufacturer: IN WIN

Packaging

 

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This large panel of the Dragon Rider chassis shows a drawing of a well armoured warrior atop his Dragon looking like it is swooping in at the chassis depicted in the lower right corner.

 

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This side of the box has the look of an old pirate map with key features, both in text, in six windows, or in the eleven icons.

 

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The back of the package shows the back of the chassis. This gives you your first view of the fan that is placed behind the motherboard tray.

 

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This last side matches the background of the opposing side, but this time carries a full list of specifications for the Dragon Rider.

 

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Removing the chassis and inner packaging from the box, we see that IN WIN uses high density foam to surround the chassis along with a plastic liner and a few well placed peel-away layers of protection. The instruction manual is floating about in the box, and there is a bag of hardware and a bag with a couple of wire adapters packed into cut outs in the foam.

 

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Both the top I/O and the piano black inserts in the bezel get added protection with some static cling plastic. This is a terrific added step in the packaging to assure both the aluminum of the front I/O as well as the shiny black plastic looks just as good for you as it did rolling down the line at the factory.

 

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Peeling away the plastic on the top was quite easy, but to get these bits out of the bezel took me a bit more effort. Even with the tabs I was having a tough time removing them; I had to turn to the needle nosed pliers to grab the tiny tabs for removal.

 

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