Sign up for a new account or log in here:
Compact design, Doors to conceal components, Front USB, Firewire, and audio ports, Well designed installation layout.
Looks Amazing, Could Fit In Anywhere, Has Four Front USB ports And Has Fire Wire, Front Panels Hidden, Comes With PSU
It’s one of the better looking MicroATX cases I have seen in a while. As someone who cannot stand cableclutter, the cablemanagement system is wonderful with this case.
Eye catching all white design, Unique back ventilation cover, Partition plate cooling
Classic good looks, Very small volume and footprint, Good, quiet cooling, High quality 300W PSU included, Full complement of front I/O ports, Innovative cooling system, Removable, washable air filter, Good manual
GREAT looking!, Appealing on all sides with the rear cables being hidden behind a door, Plenty of internal clearance for larger video cards (though remember it's only a 300W PSU), Great build quality (as I said, it's not a "cheap" looking or feeli
Solid design and sturdy, Aesthetically pleasing, CPU air chamber design, Ability to use full height cards
Justified price, Unique body, Great for a HTPC, 360° design, Functional interior layout, Silent, high quality power supply included, Cable routing option in the back, Extremely compact, Should be able to fit a mainstream GPU, Plastic of good quality, Smal
Limited Space To Work In, Can Only Support Two SATA Devices, PSU Doesn’t Have Six Pin Connector For Some Video Cards
A 350w SFX PSU should have been included from the getgo. For most users the 300w just won’t cut it and having to turn around and spend another $50 on a hardtofind PSU format really doesn’t bode well in my mind.
In no way is it a gaming case, Partition plate cooling can only be used with the stock Intel cooler, Can only be used with Intelbased systems with the stock cooler, Not sufficient cooling for a gaming case
Rear door feature needs improvement, Limited to Intel reference boards, Lots of plastic, No pricing information available, Availability
Availability in the USA, Some may find installation tricky due to the small nature of this case.
Side panel removal design, Some would say that the limited North American available at the time of this review is a con (coming soon though!)
Somewhat Chinese puzzle box feel when taking this chassis apart and putting it back together, Not large enough to accommodate normal sized PSUs if replacement is needed
Magnets do not hold so well, Some may be turned off by all the plastic, Cable routing may not work with some cables, Limited choice of CPU Cooler, Only available in white
By 3dGameMan on November 03, 2009
Video Review: If you're in the market for a mini-ATX case with a Mac theme, than the In Win Matrix Case might be the case for you. Watch the video to find out...
By Virtual-Hideout on September 12, 2009
I like the looks of the IN-WIN Matrix, most of the people Ive shown it to have said the same thing. The removable dust filter has worked quite well during the time Ive been using the Matrix, but you still have to remember to clean it of...
By Hi Tech Legion on July 01, 2009
The In Win Matrix is a well designed case that maintains decent temperatures given its compact size. The overall appearance is subtle, but not boring and seems at home in any type of entertainment center. The white case with the black trim makes it...
By OverclockersQH on May 15, 2009
I love it, and now is when I rant about it. Inside this little case there really isnt much room to work with but I can live with that. Unlike big Full or even mid-tower cases there is next to no room once everything is installed inside the In-Win...
By HardwareLogic on April 13, 2009
In Win definitely went back to the drawing board when creating the new Matrix SFF enclosure. The Matrix packs a lot into such a little package with very little wasted space. Along with the revamping of the entire exterior, In Win included an internal...
By High Tech Reviews on April 09, 2009
Not everyone has a fondness for small cases like do, but I find the In Win Matrix to be a viable choice for a desktop solution. Now with hard drives reaching enormous sizes the small computer case and its componets make a lot of sense. The thing...
By XSReviews on April 09, 2009
Reviews Cases InWin MatrixGet our reviews RSS feed here Author: JoeB Posted: 13:00, April 9th 2009Link: http://www.in-win.com.twScore: 7 out of 10 [?]Price: 70 last >>next > Introduction Recently we reviewed the rather impressive InWin...
By Overclockers Club on April 08, 2009
When I first received the In Win Matrix case, I had some doubts. I expected it to be a pain to get the computer up and running using this case. But once the case was taken apart, everything went well with some minor setbacks. I was confused as to how...
By Game Tech World on April 01, 2009
Now, it should be noted that I am a big guy. At 63 you can imagine that my hands were definitely cramped when working inside the case. But again, it is a MicroATX and I tend to buy full-tower cases for a reason. In the end, I think the...
By ThinkComputers on March 19, 2009
So we really did not get to test the Matrix to its full extent, but we can still tell you a lot about it. Here is what we did like, its simplicity to start. The all white color and conservative design really makes this case perfect for any setup. It...
Get free exclusive content, learn about new features and breaking tech news.