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In Win GRone
Great level of detail on the exterior.
Five fans included right out of the box.
Fan controller built-in.
Hotswap bay on the top of the chassis.
Excellent water cooling possibilities.
Excellent screwless system for 3.5" drives.
Sleek yet stylish design.
No way to secure cables on the motherboard's backside.
Top 5.25" bay is wasted.
Cables come with default sleeving.
No 3.5" drive bay.
Toolless 5.25" bays still require screws to hold drive properly.
Only high and low setting on the fan controller.
Cheap dust filters.
By techPowerUp! on October 31, 2013
I would like to thank In Win for supplying the review sample. We are taking a look at the In Win GRone today. It is available in both white and gray. We have the pleasure of looking at the latter variant today. The chassis is considered a full tower and...92
By Expert Reviews on March 18, 2013
It's not particularly quiet or attractive, but this large case is easy to build and has plenty of cooling...80
By LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
The GRone is a heavy tower, but given its ambition to house your enthusiast-grade hardware, it's a trait that you'll appreciate (once you get in the house). There's plenty of room to expand, and beyond the support for extended hardware that...-
By ThinkComputers on January 23, 2013
As I said this is a feature-packed case and In Win really has packed so much into this case. From things beginners will appreciate to features that enthusiasts demand. Starting off with the design of the case In Win has kept the GRone minimal, while...80
By eTeknix on December 04, 2012
Today I will be taking a close look at the GRone Full Tower PC Chassis from well the well known manufacturer In Win. The GRone is aimed right at the heart of the PC gaming market, which as many of you will be well aware of is full of fierce competition...-
By HEXUS.net on November 27, 2012
For £100, the GRone has bags of potential. The full-tower chassis vows to accommodate the meatiest of builds, it'll happily cool with either air or liquid, and with USB 3.0, an integrated fan controller and external SATA, it has all the right...60
By Bit-tech.net on November 27, 2012
We have to say that overall we're fairly impressed with the GRone. It has an impressive feature set for a £100 chassis, and unlike the Ironclad before it they're actually well implemented. USB 3, fan control, numerous SSD mounts, removable...79
By JonnyGuru on November 19, 2012
Inwin's GRone is a pretty good case. It looks good, it has a lot of features going for it, and it has plenty of room for anything you'd want to put in it up to and including water cooling radiators. But it's case that also seems unfinished,...77
By Vortez on November 15, 2012
We review a lot of computer cases at Vortez and the standard is very high because of the candidates passing through. In the past In Win have been known for bringing to market cheap and cheerful products, so the real question is: Does GRone...-
By Modders-Inc on November 11, 2012
Picking out a computer case is almost like picking out a car, and let's be honest here, the very first thing that catches our attention are the looks, next we focus on whether or not the car or in the case the Computer Case fits our needs. Well, I...-