The Top, Bottom, and Rear Panels

The top panel of the In Win GT1 is meshed, supporting the installation of two 120 mm or two 140 mm fans. The installation of these fans doesn’t require the use of tools or screws, thanks to the tool-less mechanism that is used.

In Win GT1 CaseFigure 7: Top panel


One of the highlights of the GT1 is its external 3.5”/2.5” docking bay, shown in Figure 8. In Figure 8, you can also see the two-speed, single-channel fan controller.

In Win GT1 CaseFigure 8: External 3.5”/2.5” docking bay

The bottom panel of the In Win GT1 has filters for the power supply and the bottom fans.

In Win GT1 CaseFigure 9: Bottom panel

The rear panel and the interior of the In Win GT1 are painted in the same color as the exterior (black, in our sample).

On the In Win GT1, the power supply is installed at the bottom of the case.

The product comes with a 120 mm fan with red LEDs installed on its rear panel. No technical specifications for this fan are provided.

There are seven expansion slots with meshed slot covers that are disposable.

The case comes with two holes with rubber covers for hoses of external liquid cooling solutions. Each hole is 0.8” (20 mm) in diameter.

In Win GT1 CaseFigure 10: Rear panel

The case comes with a tab for the installation of a padlock or warranty seal, preventing unauthorized people from opening the computer.

In Win GT1 CaseFigure 11: Tab for padlock or warranty seal

Let’s now take a look inside the In Win GT1.


Gabriel Torres is a Brazilian best-selling ICT expert, with 24 books published. He started his online career in 1996, when he launched Clube do Hardware, which is one of the oldest and largest websites about technology in Brazil. He created Hardware Secrets in 1999 to expand his knowledge outside his home country.