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IN WIN 101 Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Dec 18, 2017 5:33 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%Manufacturer: IN WIN

Hardware & Documentation

 

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In Win ships all of the hardware in separate bags, which are labeled as to what their use is. At the top-left, we see twelve M3 screws for 2.5" drive mounting, and to the right of them are twelve standard fan screws to aid in mounting optional fans inside of the 101. The bottom row offers a bag with the motherboard and PSU screws, standoffs, and the socket to drive them, while the bag to the right offers eight thin washers noted for use with water cooling.

 

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Inside of a larger, thicker, slide-lock style bag, we also located the GPU support bar and the pair of Phillips head screws to secure it to slots found in the motherboard tray. In that same bag is where we also grabbed the ten zip-ties seen here, which is enough to please any wire management ideas.

 

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The manual is multilingual and starts with a product story of how the 101 came to be. The case structure section follows, where features are pointed out, at which time we then move onto what should be found in the box, and what the purpose for each of them is. The specifications, notices, and warranty are next, which takes us nineteen pages into the manual. At the end of the manual is where you will then find only two pages of images and text descriptions of how to install components and the options for cooling.

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