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Epic looking exterior.
Good cable management.
Good included cooling.
Room For Up To Six 3.5' Disk Drives.
5 PreInstalled Fans.
USB 3.0 Ports.
Based On The Same Chassis As The IronClad/Maelstrom.
Average to poor fan filtration.
Cable routing behind the mainboard tray is hard with a fan in the way.
Only two USB ports that use the mainboard headers.
I/O and case cables are of default color.
By LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
I really wasn't sure about this case when I looked it up. The styling seemed neat, but I wasn't sure how that would translate to actually seeing it in action. I was actually pleasantly surprised. Not only did the styling grow on me more than I...
By OverclockersQH on July 06, 2011
I gotta say that the dragon rider looks epic! The exterior definitely gives a sense of kick-ass gaming times. This full tower is quite large on the inside with enough space for whatever you need it for. It has got a hole in the back plate for your...
By SilentPC Review on June 16, 2011
First we'll start off by saying up front that for a typical desktop configuration like our X4 955/HD 4870 combination, the Dragon Rider is a not a good choice. Though it's spacious and well-cooled, the vent on the left side panel is so large...
By Real World Labs on May 13, 2011
At the end of the day the In Win Dragon Rider has left us with mixed feelings. You see on one hand we have the entire chassis design which is more or less the same as the IronClad and the Maelstrom and although i see nothing wrong with that i...
By JonnyGuru on May 11, 2011
Inwin's new Dragon Rider case ended up being quite a decent full tower case in the opinion of yours truly. It's pretty good looking, has lots of features going for it, and isn't too awfully expensive. And anything that didn't attempt the...
By APH Networks on May 06, 2011
In European folklore, dragons were always depicted as evil serpentine-like creatures that roamed the lands wreaking havoc towards towns, and selfishly guarding treasure. Of course, a few things have changed, in that modern day dragons became more like...
By TechwareLabs on April 18, 2011
The Dragon Rider by IN WIN has turned out to be 98% of what the hype says it is. This case is easy to build and looks awesome. I really like the size and air flow in the case and in practice I found that it did live up to the expectation and it kept...
By Modders-Inc on April 18, 2011
The Dragon Rider glides into a market filled with enthusiast, full tower cases. Components have been getting bigger, badder and hotter over the past year. It is only fitting that the enclosures adapt as well! For those running a "fire breathing"...
By Motherboards.org on March 12, 2011
As a company, In Win has been around since 1986, and they sell computer cases, power supplies, and digital storage devices. And we are looking at the new Dragon Rider, Full Tower case. This case is from their Destiny-Extreme series, which is...
By Pro-Clockers on February 23, 2011
The In Win Dragon Slayer is a monster of a case, one could say spacious enough to fit several dragons and their riders! *cough* Yet, we wouldn't expect any less from a full size tower. In Win give that full size a new look with its dragon armor...
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