In Win Dragon Slayer

  • In Win Dragon Slayer
85
Based on 18 scores, 38 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    9
  • Good:
    6
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Affordable.
  • Mostly toolless.
  • USB 3.0 port.

Cons:

  • PSU Fan filter located inside the case.
  • Vulcan's Handle is a Nice Touch I Would Like to see In Win's Next mATX Gamer With a Handle.

Expert reviews and ratings

By APH Networks on 70

If you have a mATX motherboard kicking around and want to put it to use, why not put it to use with style in the In Win Dragon Slayer? Don't have a mATX motherboard, you aren't alone; and I can assure you this chassis is not for you. This...

By Expert Reviews on 60

An inexpensive mini-tower with decent cooling options, but the Dragon Slayer doesn’t compare particularly well to other small cases.
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By Neoseeker on

The Dragon Slayer is a high-quality and light weight case designed with LAN parties and gamers in mind. Even though this case is manufactured from steel, it is lighter than some aluminum enclosures that I have worked with, and with steel you know that...

By ThinkComputers on 90

I really like that In Win has made a case like this. So many of the mATX cases we see are cube cases or extremely small cases without much room inside. So many mATX motherboards have the ability to have multiple video cards, after-market CPU...

By Atomic MPC on 82

A worthy option for anyone looking to build a LAN box or smaller...

By Pro-Clockers on

The style of what we consider 'gaming' type cases have a real love/hate relationship about them. But when it comes to the In Win Dragon Slayer, we really loved it. The style is unique but not outrageous, making its appearance easy on the eyes....

By TechwareLabs on

The Dragon Slayer form InWin offers appealing elements from both worlds. It is appealing to the eye, but does not sacrifice usability to do so. The Dragon Slayer is bigger than the average m-ITX case, however, it does offer space and features that...

By OCModShop on 80

As mentioned previously, there is a lot to like about the In Win Dragon Slayer case. It has a flexible air-flow strategy that is practially a case made out of fans, and as such is meant to be a gamer's performance case and not to be used in a...

By Tech Arkade on 85

The Dragon Slayer is In Win’s first enthusiast MicroATX chassis and I have to say that they did a great job on it. In Win has made a useful, powerful and affordable mATX case for the gaming generation. It not only looks good, but performs well as...

By Kitguru.net on 70

A cool and quiet case which is ideal for a media system. But those looking for a beautiful or functional case should probably look...

By ComputerPowerUser on

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By OverclockersQH on

When I tried the NZXT Rogue I was impressed then NZXT came out with the Vulcan and I was blown away! The Vulcan is an amazing case I never thought there would be a contender for a mATX like the Vulcan. All of that changed when I gave the Dragon...

By DreamWare Computers on

The InWin DragonSlayer is probably one of my top picks on the market for a MicroATX case right now. It has many features that are usually only found on high end full-ATX cases; such as the cable management system, tool-less design and CPU back-plate...

By Legit Reviews on

The In Win Dragon Slayer is a feature-rich MicroATX mini tower that is easy on the eyes, easy to work with and at $80 can be had for a very reasonable price....

By Technoyard on 98

As the test results show the Dragon Slayer certainly has proved to be a solid performer. Considering this is only a mATX casing it’s truly nice to see the results we see here. No doubt the extra cooling fans and additional vents in the casing...

By Hardware Bistro on 100

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 The Best Case Scenario on 100

ProsSize (It's small and I still like it.) Appearance Ventilation Silence Front-mount USB 3.0 port Countersunk reset button ConsExtremely bright front-panel LED Limited room The Dragon Slayer mid-tower case from In-Win is absolutely one of the best...

By LanOC Reviews on 90

Other than a couple minor hicups, it's tough to find anything bad to say about this case. I think it boils down to whether or not you like the looks of it or not. Because if you do, there's no reason not to get this one if your getting a...

By Hi Tech Legion on

The InWin Dragon Slayer is a very well-crafted and very well-thought out product. It covers the bases of all the enthusiast class case needs and then some, offering it at a budget price. InWin did not even cut corners on the Dragon Slayer's shipping...

By 3dGameMan on

Video Review: The In Win Dragon Slayer Case has most of the features you'd expect to find in a mid-tower or full-tower case. This is very impressive considering it's a micro ATX case. There are plenty of drive bays, lots of included fans and...