The Griffin is just one of the many awesome cases of IN WIN’s Destiny Series. This case is aptly named Griffin to convey a sense of the power and strength of the product. In Win has geared the Griffin towards users who want an aesthetically pleasing case along with functionality and decent airflow. They have also added tons of nice features at a great price. Now let’s take a look at the INWIN Griffin and see if the right case for you.
|Case Size:||Mid Tower|
|External Drive Bay:||1. 3.5”× 1
2. 5.25” × 4
|Internal Drive Bay:||3.5” x 5|
|Front I/O(Ports):||1. HD/AC’ 97 Audio
2. USB2.0 × 2
|M/B Form Factor:||1. ATX
|I/O Expansion Slots:||PCI-E/PCI/AGP Expansion Slots×7|
|Safety:||1. CE and FCC Class B Requirement
|Thermal Solution:||1. Rear:9cm Fan
2. Side:22cm Fan
|Security:||Padlook Loop / Kensington Slot|
|Power Supply:||1. ATX 12V
|Dimension(HxWxD):||414 × 180 × 498mm|
The Griffin comes in the standard box but the cardboard was thick, making the box pretty sturdy compared to other case boxes. On one side of the box there is a black illustration of the case. The other side has a decorative logo with the name of the case.
Upon opening up the box the case is nicely protected by 2 large pieces of Styrofoam. There is also a plastic bag wrapped around the computer case.