In Win has just unveiled its new X-Frame 2.0 chassis, built from the ground up for professional tests (like me, and now I want 3 of them) - as it can be setup in a horizontal position for much easier swapping in and out of components, especially graphics card testing.
X-Frame 2.0 features a detachable, rotating stand that allows the test rig to be positioned at every 15 degrees through an easy-to-use specialized clip release.
This feature alone will save people hours of time across lots of testing, with In Win making the structure of the X-Frame 2.0 with sandcasting and a CNC machine that cut 4mm of aluminum.
InWin then anodizes it to provide what it calls a "strong finish", with the handles being 8mm thick - so they'll support heavier, bulkier hardware and multi-GPU rigs.
In Win's new tou 2.0 Signature case returns with 5mm thick tempered glass, with a beautiful tempered glass look. In Win provides their own SIV-1065W illuminated PSU with the new tou 2.0 Signature chassis, its new shape, and USB 3.1 Type-C connectivity.
There's even a touch sensor on the front of the tou 2.0, with In Win teasing that you can control the lighting effects by dragging your finger "across the capacitive glass panel to adjust the internal LED brightness". Awesome new stuff from In Win, with more details on their website.
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