In Win 805 Case Review

Final Thoughts
This has to be one of the best looking tower cases that we’ve reviewed in a while. Why? Simply because it is mostly made of glass. Believe me our photos do not do it justice at all! This is the case you are going to want to get if you want to show off your build inside, and of course your cable routing skills as both side panels are glass. The light up In Win logo on the side of the case adds a little style and remember if you have LED fans or a graphics card that lights up you are going to be able to see it shine through the side panel.

Besides looking great the case is quite easy to build in. I did not run into any issues with installation really. The removable fan bracket at the front makes it very easy to install a radiator or fans outside of the case. I also like that In Win included SSD mounts on the back of the motherboard tray. Once you have your hardware installed and all of your cables run In Win does provide zip ties to clean up the cable mess and keep everything neat.

Cooling could be an issue with this case, although if you are going the AiO or watercooling route you should be ok. There is not a whole lot of room inside for fans, especially since the entire top of the case is metal. I would definitely consider your cooling options before buying this case.

At the end of the day this is one of my favorite cases that I’ve taken a look at lately and hopefully In Win keeps their word and keeps this case under the $200 mark. If so it would be a great case for anyone! Overall ThinkComputers gives the In Win 805 Case a 9 out of 10 score!

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– Glass panels
– Aluminum construction makes it light
– USB 3.1 Type-C port
– Easy installation
– Removable fan bracket

– Cooling could be an issue for some
– Cannot use your I/O shield for your motherboard

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