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In Win X-Fighter Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: Reviews Last Updated: June 29, 2009
Page: 1 of 6
Introduction
Hardware Secrets Golden Award

X-Fighter is a mid-tower case from In Win with its design inspired by the Star Wars movie franchise, giving this case an aggressive looks. Let’s see what you should expect from this new release.

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Figure 1: In Win X-Fighter case.

The right side panel has a set of vents that you can adjust manually, as shown on Figures 2 and 3. Even though this case provides this neat feature, there is no fan behind the right side panel, as we will show you later.

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Figure 2: Side vents can be adjusted manually.

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Figure 3: Side vents can be adjusted manually.

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Figure 4: In Win X-Fighter case.

The stands deserved special attention from the designers behind this product, as you can see in Figure 5. Instead of the traditional disc-shaped stands, X-Fighter uses cone-shaped stands, which give it a very beautiful looks.

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Figure 5: Cone-shaped stands.

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