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In Win Track Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 32,475 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: December 22, 2010
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Introduction
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In Win will be releasing their latest mid-tower case, the Track, in 2011, but we had the privilege to receive a sample before its release. Let’s see what you can expect from this forthcoming product.

In Figures 1 and 2, you have an overall look at the case.

In Win Track Case
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Figure 1: In Win Track case

In Win Track Case
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Figure 2: In Win Track case

The first thing you will note on the Track is the huge mesh available on its left panel, which comes with a huge 220 mm fan attached (no further technical information is provided). This fan glows blue when turned on, but you can turn off the LEDs through a switch available. This fan uses a regular peripheral power connector, so you can’t install it on your motherboard in order to monitor its speed. You can, if you want, replace this huge fan with two 120 mm models. One of the main drawbacks of this case is the absence of an air filter on its left panel.

In Win Track Case
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Figure 3: Left panel

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