The box is large and is done in shades of red and sections of black. The backdrop is an idea of the chassis as if you were looking at one of the longer sides. In the free space above it, we find the In Win name, and the large red X and white Frame, along with the orange oval denoting its 2.0 status.
Moving to the next panel, we find the textured look to the background and a ghosted image of the chassis name to the right. Laid over that we see a sticker next to the green and black version, there is a sticker for warehouse usage, and then the specifications running across the bottom.
This panel of the box is identical to what we had seen on the front of the packaging. The only difference here is that DHL put a hole in the box in its trip here, and patched it regardless of how obvious.
The last of the exterior panels has the company name at the top, as well of indications of its fragility and which end should be up. The lower section covers six reasons why this chassis is the right one for you, and also is the first indication we see about the included power supply.
Inside of the box, the chassis and components are packaged snug into sections of dense foam. The bottom layer is the chassis with foam on either end. Moving up there is a layer of foam where the PSU and cables reside, the stand, and more foam to lock the stand down. The hardware is located in the plain brown box, and there is a VIP card located just to the left side of the chassis stand. Even with a foot-sized hole in the box, our In Win X-Frame 2.0 is found to be in superb condition.
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