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EZ Swap Side Door.
4 HotSwap HDD Trays.
Up To 5 Fans.
Space For Up To 30cm Cards.
Quality & performance chassis.
Large cutout on motherboard plate.
Hotswappable SATA & Power module.
Easy access HDD panel.
Easy for cable management.
Toolless installation kits.
Glad to see if fans are bundled for side panel.
Hard drive trays hard to remove and replace.
Hard drive trays require assembly before use.
SATA power and data cables cannot be removed.
Blue LEDs front fan don't fit the red In Win logo.
I/O and case cables are of default color.
USB 3.0 cable could be longer
Negative pressure design.
Barely adequate space for cable routing.
Not enough tie mounts.
By Real World Labs on September 15, 2011
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 August 19, 2011
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 July 26, 2011
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 July 19, 2011
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 on June 02, 2011
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 June 01, 2011
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 May 29, 2011
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 May 27, 2011
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 May 17, 2011
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 May 09, 2011
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...
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