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In Win H-Frame Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 23,767 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: October 18, 2012
Page: 1 of 8
Introduction

The In Win H-Frame is one of the most unique computer cases ever released, with an open-frame concept comprised of 11 aluminum stacked sheets. Check it out.

While its side panels are solid, the front, top, rear, and bottom panels are “opened,” allowing maximum air flow. The problem with this concept is that the internals of your computer are not protected against dust.

In Win H-Frame Case
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Figure 1: In Win H-Frame case

In Win H-Frame Case
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Figure 2: In Win H-Frame case

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