InWin R400 Rackmount Chassis
In the first image, we have the front door complete with locking mechanism. The door also allows a view of the underlying activity LEDs. By pulling the door down, we have access to the power and reset buttons, with front mounted USB ports above.
The top of the chassis features toolless locks to secure the door once closed.
We have taken measurements of the chassis. The first image above shows the overall length of the chassis coming in at 23 7/16", with the second image showing the total width of the chassis at 19".
The back of the chassis houses space for both mini redundant and standard PS2 power supply mounting, along with ample room for expansion via the seven PCI slots. Additional cooling is provided out of the box via dual 80mm fans.
Taking our first look at the internals of the chassis, we find ample room to start our build. The front of the chassis houses removable bays; the center provides an area to install 3.5 and 2.5" drives.
Above, you can see the support and PCI bracket that supports full height cards, while also being able to adjust to support low-profile options as well.
Up front, you can see the two 5.25" bays with support for 3.5" devices in the center. The rear of the chassis includes dual 80mm fans for additional cooling.
Here, we have the chassis intrusion switch, and the PCB for the front panel USB 2.0 ports.
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