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In Win BUC Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: Reviews Last Updated: March 28, 2011
Page: 1 of 7
Introduction
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The BUC (pronounced “buck” and not “bee-you-see” – which would be kind of funny, actually) is the latest mid-tower case from In Win, featuring hard drive bays that can be accessed from outside the case. Let’s check it out.

In Win BUC case
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Figure 1: In Win BUC case

In Win BUC case
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Figure 2: In Win BUC case

The left-side panel comes with a relatively big mesh supporting two 120 mm fans, which don’t come with the product. This mesh features an air filter, which is definitely a plus.

In Win BUC case
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Figure 3: Left-side panel

On the left-side panel we have one of the highlights of the BUC, a small door (which has a lock) where you have access to three of the five internal hard drive bays. These three bays that are externally accessible have hot-swap connectors.

In Win BUC case
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Figure 4: Access to the hot-swap bays from outside the case

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