In Win Buc

  • In Win Buc
87
Based on 11 scores, 30 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    6
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Build Quality.
  • EZ Swap Side Door.
  • 4 HotSwap HDD Trays.

Cons:

  • Glad to see if fans are bundled for side panel.
  • Hard drive trays hard to remove and replace.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Real World Labs on

Although In-Win has launched a great number of cases inside the past two years they haven't really stopped introducing new features and the BUC is an example. So aside the really good paint job which is something i always liked about cases by...

By Hardware Bistro on 90

IN-WIN Development Inc., an ISO 9001 manufacturer of professional computer chassis, power supplies and digital storage devices, is the leading provider of enclosure solutions to system integrators worldwide. Founded in 1986, IN-WIN provides high...

By techPowerUp! on 89

In Win - manufacturer of detailed designed cases. The company produces cases which at times are so far fetched in terms of looks that one may wonder and think "who would buy this case?". This may be the same response you will have when looking at the...

By OverclockersQH on

The BUC was very nice indeed on both the exterior and interior. Lets start with what I like with the interior. First, the nice black look made it not plain but sleek. The case can support five hard drives being installed at once which is cool to have...

By bjorn3d.com on 80

The In-Win Buc is more expensive than the average entry level case, yet it is not so expensive that it breaks the bank. The Buc is not the most flashy case available and did not come with a plethora of features and designs; it has just the right...

By JonnyGuru on

In a surprising move, it is the second and unexpected review sample arrival from Inwin that finds itself earning a recommendation here today. I thought the Dragon Rider was a decent case, even if there were a lot of things going on with it I didn't...

By SilentPC Review on

The In Win BUC's raison d'être is a mystery — we're not sure who the target audience is, or if there even is one. It seems like the designer(s) compiled a wish list of ideas and slapped them together haphazardly with as little...

By Legit Reviews on

For just under $100, the In-Win BUC is a sweet little PC case with large budget features that make it a great choice for beginners and enthusiasts...

By Benchmark Reviews on 90

IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time. The author's experience with the...

By AnandTech on

When building a new machine, it's often easy to pass by certain manufacturers in favor of old standbys like Antec, Cooler Master, SilverStone, or Thermaltake. Whenever another company becomes a contender it's usually because they made a big...

By Modders-Inc on 90

The BUC comes in from InWin as a member of their "Destiny Lite" series. A lower cost of entry into this line will make this class of enclosures more accessible. What is a BUC capable of? What is a BUC, for that matter? And how well does it work...

By Pro-Clockers on

The In Win BUC, like the Dragon Slayer and the Dragon Rider before it, offers a lot great features. We begin with the looksm as its gaming style took a fair amount of time to grow on me, but now that I am the BUC a nice looking case. The feature that...

By The Best Case Scenario on 80

All in all the BUC is a well-rounded mid-tower case. It's got the best tool-free PCI mounting system I've seen to date, and the case is solid and well built. The only issues I had were with the HDD hot-swap trays and cable management. If those...

By Overclockers Club on

So the IN WIN Buc held up well in testing and also hit home with some great features. I really liked the black interior of the case, which is always a nice touch when compared to a plain inside. What really struck me as a nice feature was the ability...

By Pureoverclock on

InWin has taken some of the design features from their earlier designs then refined them with and then added additional features and the outcome is the new BUC chassis. The newly designed Hot-Swap drive bays are a really nice addition and let’s...

By TechReaction.net on

What can we nit pick at with the BUC? Nothing really sticks out in our minds except for the blue LED fan that we think might look better if it were green, in order to match the green on the inside. Everything else on the BUC makes for a superior...

By ThinkComputers on 80

If you are looking for a good case that has a lot of features the In Win BUC is a great choice. I think the thing that really stood out the most was the hot-swap bays. Many people switch out hard drives from system to system and if you can make that...

By Hi Tech Legion on

Out of all the features on the BUC, I think the nicest had to be the Hot Swap modules on 4 of the HDD bays and the easy access door. Even though the bays themselves aren't tool-free, the fact that you don't need to route your own SATA data and...

By Hardware Secrets on

The BUC has a very cool looks and comes with very nice features.Strong PointsSupports up to eight hard drives or SSD units, one of them being an external dock with hot-swap connectorsAll hard drive bays support 2.5” devicesAir filters for the...

By Neoseeker on

The In Win Buc is a decent mid tower case for someone who just wants a basic case that still looks good. It has room for 5 internal hard drives, three of which can be accessed through a small door in the case. Four of the drive bays have built in SATA...