In Win launches Micro-ATX version of the 303 case - 301

The pricing wasn't mentioned, but it will probably be less than $90, which is the cost of the larger In Win 303.

@LanaJelic
Published Wed, May 3 2017 2:27 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:55 AM CST

In Win has announced its new 301 mini tower PC chassis. The company pointed out that the case is gaming and performance-orientated for smaller form factor builds.

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The case follows the design elements of the recently launched 303 model, such as the toolless tempered glass side panel, use of 1.2mm SECC steel, hexagonal ventilation and two-tone front panel layout.

Its front panel I/O has two USB 3.0 Type-A, and 3.5mm stereo headphone and microphone jacks, which are backlit. The 301 has support for one 2.5/3.5-inch bay, plus two more 2.5-inch SSDs and four PCI expansion slots to match Micro-ATX motherboards. Mini-ITX motherboard mounting support is also included. Like the 303, the PSU sits at the top and is housed within its own chambered area to keep cables out of view.

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There is both 240mm plus 120mm water cooling radiator support at the front and rear, with air drawn through from the side panel hex-vents. It can also accommodate two extra 120mm fans at the bottom to provide flexibility to match cooling needs. CPU heat sinks up to 158mm (6.2-inch) tall are supported, and graphics cards up to 330mm (13-inches) can be fitted (excluding any front radiator and fan fitting).

The case will be available in two color options - black with red trim and white with blue trim, sometime in the first half of the year. The pricing wasn't mentioned, but it will probably be less than $90, which is the cost of the larger In Win 303.

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