In Win 305 Case Review

Final Thoughts
In typical In Win fashion the 305 is a very beautiful case, and one that is going to look great anywhere it is placed. In Win has always been great at creating cases that have a sleek modern look and the 305 is no different. You have that nice tempered glass side panel and part of the front of the case is also glass. In Win also has one of the best latch methods to remove the side panel, where you don’t even get fingerprints on the glass.

Inside the case you have room for full ATX motherboards, long graphics cards, full-size power supplies, and up to 4 hard drives. There is even ample room for watercooling, if you wanted to do you own custom-loop or simply install an AiO.

Talking about cooling I was a little surprised that not a single fan was included with this case. You would have at least expected to have one. With no fans included you’ll have to purchase a few to have any type of airflow going in the case. The airflow is a little different in this case as well as it intakes from the bottom of the case and exhausts out of the top of the back side panel. If you fully outfit this case with fans airflow should be decent, but obviously not the best. Many of these show piece cases sacrifice airflow for the sleek look.

Installation of our hardware inside the case was pretty easy and we really did not run into any issues.

Right now this case is selling at our favorite online retailer for $115, which is a decent price, but not having any fans included is still is a pretty big downfall. Overall ThinkComputers gives the In Win 305 Case an 8 out of 10 score.

rating8 10

– Sleek and modern design
– Tempered glass side panel
– Easy installation
– Unique side panel latch

– Not the best airflow
– No fans included

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