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In Win D-Frame
The In Win D-Frame supports four 120mm fans, power supplies as long as 220mm, graphics cards measuring up to 330mm and CPU heatsinks as tall as 160mm. In the inside, the D-Frame supports three 3.5" drives along with two 2.5" drives. Last but not least, the front panel includes a pair of USB 3.0 ports along with two audio jacks for headphones and a mic.
Incredibly cool looking chassis.
One of a kind.
Diecast skeletal centerpiece.
Welded and properly painted exterior frame.
Real tempered glass side panels.
Motherboard turned 90 degrees.
Ability to hold up to four fans.
Can fit three 3.5" and two 2.5" hard drives.
Great fun to build into.
Good cooling performance.
Quality aluminum design.
No fans included.
Dust will enter freely.
Noise not encapsulated.
No external 3.5" bay.
You have to watch the height of your CPU cooler.
You will need to assemble the chassis.
Case cables of white/red color.
By TechSpot on June 17, 2013
In Win's latest open-air chassis has to be their finest creation yet. The D-Frame is a limited edition aluminum pipe and tempered glass case that is unique and equally pricey. DIY'ers will be pleased nonetheless.95
By HardOCP on July 24, 2013
IN WIN , founded in 1985, has produced cases popular with enthusiast and modders for well over a decade. In addition to producing cases for corporate clients, over the last few years IN WIN has developed a successful line of gaming cases that are...-
By TechWareLabs on June 12, 2013
If you’re interested in this unique, and most definitely unusual case, they are available in two color sets, red with black, and orange with blue. I do have to mention the price, and at ~400$ (Newegg, red with black), it’s not exactly the cheapest case around.85
By Hardware Secrets on May 07, 2013
Generally, we particularly don’t like “open” cases. We think they are a magnet for dust and leave the PC’s internal components exposed and unprotected against physical damage. However, we think the D-Frame is a great exception....-
By ComputerShopper on May 06, 2013
This beautiful open-air desktop case, one of the most innovative and striking chassis designs we’ve seen, uses only premium materials. Just mind the equally eye-popping price tag.80
By TweakTown on April 01, 2013
For all these reasons I think that InWin, while breaking the conventions of what a chassis should be, really delivered a great chassis with the D-Frame, and it is worth the price to me.96
By techPowerUp! on March 18, 2013
In Win already turned heads with the H-Frame. They are clearly continuing the trend by creating one crazy case after another. The D-Frame takes things to new heights with its manufacturing process and design elements. As the only case I know of that...87
By HEXUS.net on January 30, 2013
Exclusivity and premium pricing go hand in hand in this industry, and as a consequence the D-Frame is going to be met with a certain amount of scepticism. Who can afford to spend £300 on a chassis? And what's the point in an open-air frame?...80
By techPowerUp! on September 20, 2012
In Win keeps true to their way of doing things by offering a crazy chassis like this. The In Win H-Frame is by no means a sensible chassis. It comes with an extremely high price tag, offers only basic features, and does not come with any fans. But,...85
By xtremehardware.com on September 11, 2013
La recensione di oggi, permetteteci di farvelo presente, è un vanto di orgoglio. La grande collaborazione con il prestigioso marchio InWin ci ha permesso di mostrarvi alcune soluzioni tanto elitarie quanto superlative sotto il punto di vista...90