InWin has always had really interesting cases not only in terms of design, but functionality as well. The case we are taking a look at today is no different as it features a front panel with 144 aRGB LEDs embedded in it, which makes for a very cool display. The best part about this display is that you can display pretty much anything on it using InWin’s software. Besides the aRGB front panel the case has room inside for ATX motherboards, graphics cards up to 350 mm, up to 5 hard drives, and four of InWin’s Aurora EGO 120 aRGB fans. If you want your case to stand out this might be the perfect case for you, read on to find out if it is!
Special thanks to InWin for providing us with the 309 to review.
The InWin 309 comes in a pretty large box, that just says InWin on it and nothing much else.
Opening the box up and taking a look inside we find the case very well protected with large pieces of styrofoam and the entire case is covered in a bag.
Getting the case out we find a zip lock bag filled with all of our screws and accessories, as well as a QR code for the installation manual.