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Lots Of Space.
Ability To Replace Side 220mm Fan With Six 120mm Fans.
220mm Blue LED Toggle Switch.
Sound Dampening Foam.
The Entire Case Is Painted.
Ability To Mount An Radiator On The Top.
Matte black interior.
Tons of room.
Nice I/O panel.
Limited when it comes to cable management.
Limited cable management.
Limited toolfree features.
Building in some sort of small fan controller would be nice in a case that holds so many fans.
Long motherboard power cable required.
Heavy & bulky.
Could be dusty easily.
Requires wheels or proper handles.
Requires a 4/8pin ATX PSU extension cable.
By Real World Labs on July 13, 2010
The Maelstrom by In Win is exactly as advertised, a full ATX tower with plenty of airflow, space, features and top notch build quality. Thanks to the 1mm steel used the Maelstrom is very and sturdy while at the same time it is also very...
By TechReaction.net on May 31, 2010
A few months ago, In-Win decided to hold a promotion where they gave away hundreds of free products; from power supplies to cases, they were extremely generous. I had luckily acquired an In-Win Maelstrom from the frenzy. They were also so kind as to...
By Overclock3D on March 30, 2010
The Maelstrom first arrived with us a good few weeks ago, it got built pretty much straight away and found its way to the office desk for testing. That's where the story of the Maelstrom stalled. I paused.... and I forgot about it.That might sound...
By Verdis Reviews on March 28, 2010
The In Win Maelstrom as a gaming chassis has a lot going for it: the array of fans and extent of the expandability for increasing the overall cooling system is second-to-none with up to ten 120mm fans able to be utilised.The installation is simple and...
By Atomic MPC on March 25, 2010
If you like the looks, the Maelstrom is a good...
By Ocaholic on March 18, 2010
General +-With the Maelstrom IN WIN shows a good case which unfortunately has some issues. But as soon as you start looking at the price you wont be bothered anymore. - Price Manufacturing quality / Ergonomics +-The Maelstrom is astonishingly well...
By SilentPC Review on March 04, 2010
The Inwin Maelstrom may be the ugliest computer case we've ever tested, but we do not judge on looks alone — there are a number of things that impressed us. The quality of construction is above par given its cost; it has thick, heavy side...
By Tech-Reviews UK on February 18, 2010
This case is like marmite. You will either love its rather offensive looks or hate them. I happen to quite like them especially the colour of the fans. However, I don’t like the front pipe handles as they are purely aesthetic. Instead, it would be...
By Pureoverclock on January 27, 2010
We were quite pleased with In-Win’s new Full Tower MAELSTROM. It accepts ATX/Micro ATX/E-ATX MB’s. It is drilled for water cooling and has holes and grommets for 4 lines. It comes with enough fans to satisfy most gaming enthusiasts and you...
By Technoyard on January 19, 2010
Having used a fair number of casings through out the years I must admit the INWIN Maelstrom certainly has made a mark in my mind. The build quality of the case is exceptionally good and since it's made of steel it is very sturdy. Only drawback...
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