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In Win Griffin
Good cooling, Good value, Distinctive look.
Extremely valuable, Giant 220mm side cooling fan, Semi toolless brackets, Single PCI bracket holder, Replaceable 220mm fan with 2x120mm fans, Hidden front I/O panel, Charming design especially the yellow front panel version
Light Weight, Enough room to fit larger graphics cards, Side Mount 220mm Fan, Hidden Front Connect Panel.
Toolless Bays, Excellent Thermal Design, Hidden I/O Ports, Included sSATA with front ports, Expandability, 3D Structure, Smooth edges.
No 2.5inch drive mounts, No USB 3.0 support (if that matters to you), Limited GPU space, No mobo tray cutout, Cable management, Cramped interior, Questions about this case can be asked HERE.
Limited ODD/HDD toolless bracket, Front cooling fan is not provided
Won’t fit most aftermarket coolers, No intake fan included, Missing many features new cases have
Needs more screwless bay latches included, gold
By TechwareLabs on February 25, 2011
In-Win Griffin Computer Case The case your computer is in is what most people will see of your completed machine. There are thousands of different computer cases that you can buy, as well as companies that will custom-make a case to your liking....-
By TweakNews on December 17, 2010
In Win's Griffin chassis has a lot going for it. A budget case with good cooling (due in large part to the big side panel fan,) is always good to see and a real boon to the enthusiast with limited funds. With a distinctive look and nice features...-
By Hardware Bistro on August 05, 2010
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...80
By ThinkComputers on July 20, 2010
After all is said and done, the Griffin is a well made case and it is fairly priced. The 220mm Fan provides sufficient airflow for your internal parts. Everything is easily accessible. Again, a good example of the accessibility is the pop out front...70
By Legit Reviews on June 30, 2010
Good case for the money, as long as you don't want higher-end internals inside of it. The average PC user would probably love this case, but I just don't see the enthusiast crowd flocking to buy the In-Win Griffin....-
By Tom's Hardware UK on June 30, 2010
Next came In Win’s Griffin case and Power Man 400W power supply, two parts not yet sold together by any major vendor (though large buyers can specify the combo). In Win’s moderate quality has long made its cases a favorite amongst reputable office...-
By Tom's Hardware on June 30, 2010
While many enthusiasts have never even considered using a power supply that came with a case, we’ve previously found excellent value in carefully-selected budget combos. Our continued effort to expand our low-cost options had yielded some...-
By LanOC Reviews on June 24, 2010
This is a hard one to score. The $39.99 price tag is so low that it's hard to be too critical of the negatives, which there are a few... Thin metal, no paint on the interior or back, limited exhaust flow, break-off slot covers, and a simple...70
By Vortez on April 28, 2010
Weve been impressed with the products IN WIN have brought to the table in recent times, but Im afraid to say the Griffin does not yield such a positive result. The phrase style over substance comes to mind. The Griffin looks and...-
By Hi Tech Legion on April 05, 2010
The lack of sharp edges made component installation very easy. One thing that I have almost always done when installing components into a new case was cut my fingers once or twice, usually on the bay edges. If you look at the pictures of this case you...-