InWin 925 Full Tower Overview
Even thought the 925 is the smaller brother to the 928 it is by no means a small case. The official measurements are 570 x 280 x 608 mm and it weighs in at 39lbs so it is definitely one of the largest cases we’ll take a look at this year. The main design of the case has a brushed aluminum exterior, which is actually a single piece of aluminum so InWin is able to give the case some very nice curves and lines.
Starting at the front of the case towards the top there is an InWin logo, which will light up with RGB lighting when your system is powered on. On the right side of the front you’ll find your buttons and connections. There is a large power button, two indication LEDs, two USB 3.2 gen 1 ports, audio connections, and a USB 3.2 gen 2 Type-C port. InWin was one of the first case makers to start putting Type-C ports on their cases and it is great to see one here.
The side panels of the case are very large tempered glass panels. You can see a pretty sizeable opening between the side panels and the out-frame of the case. This allows for air to flow pretty easily in and out of the case. Each panel is held into place by four large bolts.
Moving around to the back of the case you have the outer aluminum panel that is held in place with four captive thumbscrews. This outer panel allows for mounting of three 120 mm cooling fans. There is also a large cutout for your cable coming from your power supply and motherboard.