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InWin R400-03 4U Rackmount Chassis Review - System Build

InWin R400-03 4U Rackmount Chassis Review
Looking for a rackmount chassis option? Read on as we explore the R400 from InWin and see what we think of it in our review.
By: | Racks & Cases in IT/Datacenter | Posted: Feb 21, 2014 7:05 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%Manufacturer: InWin

System Build




A plethora of screws and fasteners are Included with the chassis. Here, we have everything from brass standoffs to mount our motherboard, to fasteners to mount the rails that were included with our sample.




To mount the rails, we first lined up the holes in the rail with the chassis, and then screwed them down. As you can see, the rails are adjustable to fit any style of rack.




We then adjusted and fitted the second part of the rail.




Each of the two drive bays are locked into place by a retaining bar that is screwed down to the inner side. To remove the bay, first remove the two screws, and then push the drive bay back and out.




Here, we have removed the bay to prep it for installing drives.




Above, we have installed our motherboard, complete with a hefty amount of DRAM.




Here, you can see our entire build. I chose to go with an AIO water cooler, just because of its simplicity and value in comparison to air coolers. We also used an ATX board in our build. Above, you can see we have plenty of room around the board.

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