InWin Shows off new Infinite Signature Chassis at Computex

One of the highlights of Computex is always InWin showing off one of their new signature PC cases. This year was no exception as they unveiled their 11th Signature Chassis, the Infinite. This open-air chassis features a massive glass panel that sweeps around the case. From what we’ve heard it is the largest curved glass panel that anyone has seen on a PC case.

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The system components sit inside an aluminum enclosure that will support E-ATX motherboards with support for back-connect boards like ASUS’s BTF and MSI’s Project Zero. It also will have 7 PCIe expansion slots to fit the largest graphics cards, two 2.5-inch internal drive bays, has room for three 120mm fans or a 360mm radiator in the front and one extra 120mm fan as an exhaust fan. The I/O includes 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 x 2 Type-C port, 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, and HD audio combo ports.

InWin Infinite

The real interesting thing about this case is that it sits on a base that has a motor in it that will rotate the component section of the case 45-degrees. So all you have to do is press a button and the case will rotate effortlessly. This is a really cool trick, but InWin also says this makes it easier for you to access the motherboard and other components.

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No word on pricing or availability, but we can assume this case will be quite expensive as most InWin Signature cases are. It is also unclear if InWin will only make a certain number of these cases.

Via Tom’s Hardware

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