Mini-ITX case in retro style to assemble yourself
The InWin Explorer is supplied in ten modular parts, mostly of plastic, some still have to be screwed together, and the side walls are made of hardened glass
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The InWin Explorer is supplied in ten modular parts, mostly made of plastic, some of which still have to be screwed together, while the side walls are made of hardened glass and the front panel with quick-release fasteners and the removable dust protection filter can also be assembled without tools.
The color combinations "Bone White" (beige with white) or "Justice White" (white with colorful front accents) are available, with two different front panels made of different materials available in the scope of delivery: an air-permeable panel made of ABS Plastic and a closed panel made of SECC steel, which should be easy to replace.
The steel mainboard tray of the Mini-ITX case is positioned horizontally and there is space for up to 33 centimeters long triple-slot graphics cards, ATX power supplies, and CPU coolers up to 16 centimeters as well as 140-millimeter case fans. The scope of delivery meanwhile includes three In Win Luna-AL120 fans with a diameter of 120 millimeters and PWM control (400 - 1,800 rpm) along with ARGB lighting and an included controller that makes 14 effects switchable.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqig9eJj2To
Hard drives and SSDs are floor-mounted, with the option of either two 2.5-inch drives or a single 3.5-inch model, while there are three PCI-E expansion slots. The I / O panel in the front offers two USB 3.0 ports and jack sockets as well as a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port. The unusual case is currently only available through the manufacturer's shop for 119 euros plus regionally dependent shipping costs.