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In Win Ironclad
Four Fans included (3120mm, 1220mm).
Nice I/O panel.
Sturdy Build Quality.
220mm Left Side LED Fan.
Replacement Of the 220mm LED Fan with up To Six 120mm Fans.
Dual Fan Radiator Spot.
Eight PCI Expansion Slots.
Limited cable management.
No USB 3.0.
Wire management issues
No cable routing holes.
By TweakNews on February 04, 2011
In Win's IronClad chassis has a lot to recommend it. The excellent cooling performance is probably its greatest asset, and the fact that this cooling comes at a relatively low noise penalty is just icing on the cake. A roomy interior that will mount...-
By Real World Labs on January 28, 2011
Having already reviewed the Maelstrom a while back i can't say that i was impressed with the IronClad. Don't get me wrong, already knowing what to expect from a case does not mean that the IronClad is anything less than a great case, it’s...-
By The Best Case Scenario on December 17, 2010
ProsSize (bigger is better!) Appearance (it just looks tough) Ventilation (room for ten 120mm fans) Water-cooling friendly Innovative expansion card securement system ConsHard drive mounts harder to use than most Most of In-Win's cases don't...100
By Bjorn3D on December 13, 2010
The Ironclad truly is the battleship In-Win proclaims it to be. We must highlight the exquisite, matte paint job that pays attention to detail; moreover, even the motherboard mounting screws and special screws for all the fans are also black to...80
By LanOC Reviews on November 20, 2010
The standard version of the IronClad has a great appearance, while the limited edition camoflauge version is even more of a work of art. Quality can be found in every aspect, inside and out. The chassis provides plenty of room for high-end components,...100
By Bit-tech.net on November 11, 2010
Despite the Ironclad’s above average cooling, it feels as though this is a case that has been designed by tick boxes rather than with any consideration for the need or implementation of its features. A solitary dust filter in the front intake...60
By OverclockersQH on June 24, 2010
I must say even though this is the Maelstrom reskinned, the iron clad is a beautiful case with great features. In Win has a gift for making killer cases with great features and incredible, beefy, design. I have always liked In Win and when it comes...-
By Legit Reviews on June 15, 2010
Anyone looking to buy a new case should really consider the Ironclad with its low price point and excellent...-
By TechwareLabs on May 18, 2010
The Ironclad has many features that would be found in a $200 case, but only costs a fraction of that. Aside from an additional top fan, it’s really hard to fault In Win for anything. The design looks awesome. While reviewing it, I had people come...-
By ComputerPowerUser on May 14, 2010
The In Win Ironclad is a big case, but it doesn’t seem exceptionally large until you pull off the side panels and realize how much space is inside. An ATX motherboard looks almost cute in that cavernous interior....90