The D-Frame from In-Win is one of the most unique cases ever released for personal computers, made out of aluminum tubes and tempered glass, following the “open case” concept. Let’s check it out.
The reviewed case comes completely disassembled, and the user must build the case themself. There are two options of color for the aluminum parts, red or orange. We received a sample with red parts.
Each product is numbered, and In Win only manufactured 500 pieces in each color.
In Figure 1, you can see the box of the case. Inside its package, the case weighs 37 lbs (17 kg).
The parts come organized inside a huge piece of foam, as you can see in Figure 2.
In Figure 3, you can see the motherboard tray and the two tempered glass panels, which will become the case’s side panels.
In Figure 4, we have all other parts that comprise this case. As you can see at the bottom, the case comes with a toolkit inside a leather pouch.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Building the D-Frame
- 3. Building the D-Frame (Cont’d)
- 4. The Front Panel
- 5. The Top and Bottom Panels
- 6. The Rear Panel
- 7. Inside the In Win D-Frame
- 8. The Disk Drive Bays
- 9. A System Built Inside the D-Frame
- 10. Main Specifications
- 11. Conclusions