InWin 303 Case

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    kaM The 47 Ronin

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    This case is $89 and comes out in about a week. This is a nice case for anyone looking for a cheap, cool case. I'm personally picking one up just based on looks for a secondary system. That's a solid tempered glass side panel... and a sweet top mount for a radiator that goes sideways.

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    Its really a nice looking case plus it comes with tempered glass.
     
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    v.Kamikaze 47R|Source Division The 47 Ronin

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    Wow... InWin steppin up their game, eh?
     
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    Ghonzo The 47 Ronin

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    Wow thats a pretty looking case. Is the frame made out of ABS plastic or steel? Only reason I went with Antec on my rig was the steel construction of the case. Never heard of this brand so hopefully @kaM you can do a quick review of the case once you get it :p
     
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    kaM The 47 Ronin

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    The case is made of all steel so nice and rigid. Full tempered glass side panel, the power supply is hidden in the top compartment where the top radiator goes. The are kinda a niche case maker that has had some unusual but cool designs.

    Or you can get their fully automated $1500 case
    The H-Tower
     
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    v.Kamikaze 47R|Source Division The 47 Ronin

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    They've been around for a while. Back in the day (~'99), they had a lot of Antec/Thermaltake clones (or was that ChiefTec?). They mostly make generic cases, aimed at system integrators, along with PSU's and rackmount chassis. It was only recently that they started making nicer cases aimed at DIY/Gamers.
     
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    kaM The 47 Ronin

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    Actually, right now, I'm more into the Cyrorig Ola case. This is for sure my next build haha

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    I saw the video on that setup...one of the best looking mini systems! plus its nice you can fit a full sized card in there.
    I do however am concerned about the temperature in that system. Little room for overclocking.
    Still a nice compact system.
     
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    Hunter The 47 Ronin

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    Put water on those would be dope and the first :)
     
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    Sadly there isnt room to add any type of water cooling in there :(
     

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