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    Introduction Building*computers is a work of progress. Most of us are happy if our first system turns on and we can successfully install Windows on it. After that we start finding ways to make Windows run smoother, cut the tearing/stuttering out of our gaming, make our cables look prettier, and even risk voiding warranties to overclock our parts for more performance. This is what we can consider the final stages of performance.

    However, if you’re really into building a PC for the sheer fun*of building it, there’s a whole new level that makes a custom PC an entirely different experience. Most of our reviews focus on the straightforward attributes of a component’s ease of use, value, and performance. That frame of mind makes it very easy to give a recommendation on the majority of parts out there, but some companies force the reviewer to change their perspective entirely and gauge a product on a whole new level.

    That’s what In Win is going to do to us today. Sure, we’re not going to forget the practical aspects of this case, but we also have to consider the “Art” level of the design. This is the ultimate stage where a system becomes more than a high performance machine, but also represents a work of art reflecting the builder’s personal taste. In Win lives here and we’ll soon figure out how well the 301 Chassis fits into that level, right after taking a quick look at the values of this company.

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    IN-WIN Development Inc., an ISO 9001 manufacturer of professional computer chassis, power supplies and digital storage devices, is the leading provider of enclosure solutions to system integrators worldwide. Founded in 1985, IN-WIN provides high quality chassis that conform to all safety regulations, as well as unsurpassed customer service.

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    In Win has become a leading, top-notch*manufacturer of core technology in order to meet market and consumer needs and demands.
    Our company’s management team has laid a strong foundation in terms of eight major elements:
    – Innovation
    – Service
    – Speed
    – Value
    – Safety
    – Warmth
    – Faithfulness
    – Diligence
    These elements help In Win to remain a leader in the business realm and also help differentiate us from our competition.

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    Default Re: In Win 301 Gaming Case Review

    Excellent review of an awesome case that's well worth the money spent!!

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    Default Re: In Win 301 Gaming Case Review

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Excellent review of an awesome case that's well worth the money spent!!
    I was actually surprised to see $70 for an In Win case. Definitely worth it!!!!
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