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In Win Griffin Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: Reviews Last Updated: March 23, 2010
Page: 1 of 6
Introduction
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In Win has just released an inexpensive mid-tower case, Griffin. Although focused on the value market segment, this case brings some interesting options.



In Win Griffin case
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Figure 1: In Win Griffin case.

In Win Griffin case
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Figure 2: In Win Griffin case.

The external appearance of this case is really impressive for a product that comes with a recommended price of only USD 44. On the model we reviewed the front panel was yellow, but Griffin is also available with this part in black, if you prefer a case with a more discreet looks. Its left side panel features a big mesh with a 220 mm fan attached (with blades that actually measure 205 mm; no technical information about this fan is provided). This fan uses a regular peripheral power connector, so you need to connect it directly on your power supply. You can, if you want, remove this fan and install up to two 120 mm fans.

In Win Griffin case
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Figure 3: Mesh from the left panel.

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