Lights & Performance
There are not any internal lights inside the InWIn 925, but the large InWin logo on the front of the case will light up with RGB lighting when you have your system powered on. It uses a 3-pin addressable RGB header so you can easily connect it to your motherboard or an RGB controller.
The nine Sirius Loop fans we installed give a little light to the inside of the case, but if you really want to light things up you’ll want to get some RGB strips. Also if you have a power supply that lights up you’ll be able to see it through the cut-out in the power supply cover.
We will be testing both the CPU and GPU temperatures inside the InWin. We are running the Gigabyte Z490 AORUS Ultra, Intel Core i5-10600K, and MSI Radeon RX 5600 XT Gaming X. The idle test is taken on the Windows 10 desktop and the load test is taken running the AIDA64 system stability test with CPU and GPU selected.
Since the InWin 925 does not ship with any fans the noise level will really depend on what you install. We used a RisePro Sound Level Meter on a tripod positioned towards the main side panel about six inches away.