Last year we took a look at In Win’s 301 chassis, which was one of the most elegant micro ATX / mini-ITX chassis we’ve ever seen. In Win had the 303 for a while, which was the ATX version of the chassis, but they new have a newer 305, which is still an ATX chassis, which a few changes from the previous 303. This case is a combination of tempered glass and SECC steel with a splash of brushed aluminum on the front panel. In Win puts together these elements in such an elegant way that this case really has that modern look. You can pack some pretty beefy hardware inside this case with graphics card support up to 350 mm and 360 mm radiator support. Let’s jump in and see if this case can wow us like the 301 did.
Special thanks to In Win for providing us with the 305 Case to review.
The 305 comes in a large box, oriented a little different than most case boxes. On the top it says In Win, while on the side it says “305”. On one side you will find the list of specifications.
Opening the box up you’ll up find four large pieces of styrofoam around each corner, sort of suspending it in the center of of the box. The case also has a cloth cover on it.