InWin Introduces the New 915 E-ATX Case

In Win Development Inc., one of the leading manufacturers of innovative PC enclosures, today unveils its latest E-ATX tower enclosure, the 915. The elegant curves on the front and back are the first to catch your eye. Here, the back has an additional alternative, the clean cable management away from the case. The tempered glass cover can be lifted mechanically to expose the ventilation slots. Thus, the warm air can escape directly at the top with the help of up to three 140-millimeter fans. After shutting down the system, the cover closes with a 15 second delay to drain the residual heat out of the system.

The front connectors include a reversible USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, two USB 3.0 ports and a 3.5mm headphone and microphone jack. Up to nine fans or four radiators can be accommodated in the 915. These help, following the natural convection, to create a flow of air from bottom to top in the housing. Magnetic dust filters keep the inside dust-free and can be easily removed for cleaning.

InWin Introduces the New 915 E-ATX CaseThe use of high quality materials and manufacturing techniques is reflected throughout the case. The outer edges are highlighted by a diamond cut and the sides of tempered glass have a safety mechanism that additionally secures the glass sheets during removal and prevents them from falling out. The back is equipped with a screen-printed design to discreetly hide the cable management. The inner housing structure is made of strong SECC steel.

InWin Introduces the New 915 E-ATX CaseThe 915 E-ATX tower comes with 13 pre-programmed lighting effects that can be controlled by simply pressing the top-mounted vent cover and LED light control button. The RGB LEDs in the housing are addressable (5V / 3-pin connection) and can also be synchronized via appropriate mainboard software. Alternatively, the LEDs can be configured to warn users of system errors or thermal thresholds.

InWin Introduces the New 915 E-ATX CaseInWin Introduces the New 915 E-ATX CaseInternally, the case has a dual-chamber design that separates the bottom portion, which contains the power supply and optional hard drive cages, from the rest of the PC components. A multifunctional insert between the chambers allows you to install additional fans or two additional 2.5-inch drives. Overall, the InWin 915 Tower has mounting options for up to thirteen 2.5-inch drives or a combination of nine 2.5-inch and four 3.5-inch drives.

InWin Introduces the New 915 E-ATX CaseThe tower offers up to 410-millimeter-long graphics cards, which can also be mounted vertically in the case, according to the latest building preferences of PC enthusiasts. InWin offers appropriate PCI-E riser cables as an optional accessory. Power supplies may be up to 250 millimeters long.