In Win 915 Overview
Taking a first look at the In Win 915 it is a very large case! One of the largest we’ve seen so far in 2019. It has official dimensions of 570 x 230 x 590mm and weighs in at 36.2 lbs without any hardware installed. The case is mainly made of steel with large aluminum front and back sections. We received the black version of the case, but there also is a silver version available.
The front of the case has this interesting curved design, which the back also has as well. Towards the top in the center we have the In Win logo.
This front part of the case is actually a door. You can release it by loosening two thumbscrews on the side. Opening it up we can see that we have quite a lot of room for cooling. The front of the case supports three 120 / 140 mm fans or radiators up to 360 mm. There is a fan bracket that can be removed for easy installation of fans etc. Towards the bottom of the case there is a decent opening for ventilation. Since this is the only way the front of the case is going to get ventilation we can’t really say this is a high airflow case.
Moving up to the top of the case you’ll find a few connections and buttons. From left to right you have a small hard drive activity LED, audio connections, a large power button, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB 3.1 Type-C port, and a smaller reset button. The rest of the top of the case is a tempered glass window. You might wonder how this section of the case gets ventilated, we’ll show you in just a little bit.
Looking at the side of the case we have another tempered glass window. From the side of the case you can see the overall design of the case and how the ends sort of flare out.
The back of the case is curved just like the front. The big difference is that this panel / door is ventilated. There is also an opening towards the bottom to route all of your cables. This door opens just like the front by loosening two thumbscrews on the panel. With it opened we can see where our motherboard and power supply will go. There is also a rear fan mount that supports a single 120 mm fan. There are eight expansion slots but also two vertical slots, a riser cable can be purchased separately.
With the back of the case open we can remove the entire top section of the case. This can be done by loosening two thumbscrews on the rear of the case and carefully pulling the top part of the case out from the back. With it removed we can see that the top of the case supports three 120 / 140 mm fans and radiators up to 360 mm.
The opposite side panel of the case is also a tempered glass panel, but it is very unique. When you first look at it, it appears tinted, but upon further inspection there are a bunch In Win logos on it.
Looking at the bottom of the case it is completely ventilated and there are two removable filters.