A Look Inside
To take each glass side panel off the case all you have to do is remove four thumbscrews. You are going to want to be careful taking the panels off and put them in a safe place as they are glass. After removing the first panel we can take a look inside and see the aluminum skeleton of the case.
Starting at the front of the case there is room for two 140 / 120 mm fans. As far as watercooling support you can fit radiators up to 280mm here. This front fan bracket can actually be completely removed from the case for easy installation of fans or radiators.
Moving down we have the hard drive cage. This cage has two plastic hard drive trays. Each one of these trays supports both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives. There is also a smaller 2.5-inch hard drive mount on the top of this cage. The hard drive cage can be completely removed or moved up and mounted to the fan bracket. Once moved up there is room for two 120 mm fans.
Moving over to the opposite side of the case we can see where the power supply would be mounted. It is interesting the In Win does not have any ventilation holes here, they actually want you to install your power supply with the fan facing up. You can also see there is a small power supply cover.
This case supports ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards. There are quite a few cable routing holes and you can see the large CPU cutout that will allow you to install an aftermarket CPU cooler without having to remove the motherboard from the case.
Taking the opposite side of the case off we can get a better look at how the case is designed. There are also three more 2.5-inch hard drive mounts on the back side of the case. This gives you the ability to install six hard drives in this case. As far as space behind the motherboard tray, there is quite a bit.
As far as internal connections you have your front panel connections, HD audio, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0.