In Win Dragon Slayer mATX Case Review

Many people are turning to mATX setups for LAN gaming systems and home theater PC systems.  There are not a ton of options when it comes to mATX cases; most are cube cases that do not offer a lot of features.  Well today we have a mATX that is designed just like any other mid tower case and has quite a few options.  What case are we talking about?  The Dragon Slayer from In Win, let’s take a look…

Special thanks to In Win for providing us with the Dragon Slayer mATX Case to review.


Case Size: Mini Tower
Material: 0.6mm SECC
Drive Bays: 1. Option 1: External 5.25” x 3, 3.5” x 1
Internal 2.5” x 1
2. Option 2: External 5.25” x 1, 3.5” x 1
Internal 2.5” x 1, *3.5” x 3 or 3.5” x 2, 2.5” x 1 (*Converted from 5.25” x 2 )
M/B Form Factor: Micro-ATX
Power Supply: 1. ATX 12V
2. PSⅡ
I/O Expansion Slots: PCI-E/PCI/AGP Expansion Slot x 5
Front I/O(Ports): USB 3.0 x 1; USB 2.0 x 2; HD/AC’97 Audio
Thermal Solution: 14cm Fan at Top and Front
9cm Fan at Rear/8cm HDD Fan
Optional 12cm Side Fan x 4
Water-Cooling Hole Ready
Dimension(HxWxD): 430 x 196 x 426 mm (16.9” x 7.7” x 16.8” )
Security: Padlook Loop / Kensington Slot

The Dragon Slayer comes in a very nice box that has a picture of the case on the front and a picture of a knight slaying a dragon.  On the back there is a front profile picture of the case.

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On the 2 other sides of the box you have a list of features and specifications.  Opening up the box everything is nicely protected with large pieces of styrofoam and the case is in a plastic bag.

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