InWin Launches the 805i Gaming Chassis
Emphasizing strength and style within a spacious interior, In Win is set to bring their latest gaming chassis to the market – InWin 805i.
Continuing with the same class and grace of previous products, the In Win 805i boasts a brushed aluminium construction, a simplistic approach to its front I/O, and tempered glass panels with an improved level of thickness. Where the 805i differs from its competition in regards to its tempered glass fitting resides in its layout and the replacement of a standard front panel.
Sporting the same glass material surrounding the rest of the chassis, In Win steps things up a notch via the inclusion of a highly reflective mirror which aids in the lumination of LED strips. Giving users direct control via the use of their motherboard's four-pin header, owners of Asus ROG motherboards can maintain a set lighting scheme, keeping in theme with the rest of their build. Holding an ROG certification directly from Asus, this lighting application that In Win has appropriately titled – AURA Ready, gurantees that owners of the appropriate motherboard will receive direct support and compatibility.
As In Win is fully aware that not everybody owns an Asus branded motherboard, they have gone the extra length as to provide users with an alternative option – through the means a software driver available on their product webpage. Known simply as HALO, the application aims deliver a similar experience to that of AURA, amplifying the stylish engineering to that of their chassis.
Intending not to skip out on form over function, the 805i is fully equipped to handle the duties of fully-custom watercooling, and by nature, traditional air cooling. Giving users the option to install up to two 120mm or 140mm fans on the front with a standard radiator upto 280mm in-length, along with two standard 120mm fans on the floor of the case with a 120mm to the rear – the 805i aims to provide users with enough space for whatever component they may wish to install, ensuring graphics cards upto 320mm in-length to be fitted without ease.
Providing support for standard ATX motherboards as well as the smaller and more compact Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX form-factors, In Win gives users the option to relocate the position of their storage drives, ensuring consistent style regardless of the build – via the use of a modular harddrive cage.
Available in a solid black construction and set to launch on the 6th October, In Win aims to set a new standard for design and engineering – catering to personal preference and all-in-one control.
For further information detailing the In Win 805i and purchasing options: InWin 805i