LAS VEGAS, NV — Premium chassis manufacturer In Win have showcased a brand new E-ATX offering at their booth at CES 2018, the new 915 full tower. The new 915 hasn't got an official product page as of yet, but the current specifications of this premium full-tower solution are currently on display at the In Win booth.

The In Win 915 features full aluminum construction with tinted tempered glass side panels and features a new unique curved design. The 915 also has a top panel which can be automatically raised to increase airflow when the system requires the extra cooling capability due to intensive tasks and tasks such as gaming. Supported is a plethora of form factors ranging from E-ATX (native size) all the way down to mini-ITX and in total, the 915 has room for up to eight expansion slots. As you would expect with a full-tower chassis, the In Win 915 has support for graphics cards up to a maximum of 308mm in length with the HDD tray installed or 410mm without.

The front panel I/O features a single USB 3.1 10Gb/s Type-C port with a duo of USB 3.0 ports available. In relation to cooling options, the 915 has room for three 120/140mm fans in the front, a single 120mm in the rear, three 120/140mm in the top and up to twp 120/140mm fans in the bottom. Water cooling is also supported as expected with room for a 280/360mm radiator in the front, a 120mm radiator in the rear, a 280/360mm radiator with a maximum of 45mm clearance in the top, as well as space for a 240/280mm radiator in the bottom. CPU heatsinks with a maximum height of up to 164mm can be installed so tower heat sinks such as the Noctua NH-D15 and be quiet! Dark Rock models are easily supported.

Gallery: In Win at CES

Pricing and availability of the In Win 915 are currently unknown at the time of writing.

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  • quiksilvr - Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - link

    I was hoping to see some USB-C Thunderbolt 3 4-lane devices like GPUs, Motherboards and Monitors. Reply
  • Byte - Thursday, January 11, 2018 - link

    Love inwin cases, but this thing is fugs Reply
  • gavbon - Friday, January 12, 2018 - link

    I personally like it! I think it's a little too curved for me to go out and consider it though! Reply

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