In Win BK623 Mt. Jade Tiny Tower Case Review

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Introduction

Over the years I have favored the Small Form Factor (SFF) cases as I have always lived in places tight on space. Now that I had a chance to use the BK6323 Mountain Jade SFF case from In-Win, I can honestly say that is the smallest case I have ever used. In-Win teamed up with Intel to design the case to handle the heat of the new Intel Core2 Duo with out a case fan, just the stock heat sink. With an street price of under $50 the Mountain Jade is a very affordable SFF case that comes with a 300W power supply. While this power supply certainly shouldn’t be used with high end video cards it should be plenty for a system with integrated graphics.

IN WIN Mt Jade

In case you have never heard of In-Win Development Inc., they are an ISO 9001 manufacturer of professional computer chassis, power supplies and digital storage devices.  In-Win was founded in 1986 and has been making products ever since. This is the first time we have reviewed a product that has been made by In-Win, but they are not a new company by any means. Let’s take a look at the specifications for the BK623 Mt. Jade.

  • Form Factor: SFF Tiny Tower
  • Material: 0.6mm Steel
  • Mother Board Form Factor: mATX
  • Expansion Slots: supports 4x full height cards. 
  • Drive Bays:
    • External: 1x 5.25, 1x 3.5
    • Internal: 1x 3.5
  • Front Ports: 4x USB 2.0, HD Audio In & Out, IEEE 1394
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 12.7”x5.5”x10.8” (323x140x276mm)
  • Security: Kensington Slot, pad lock loop
  • Power Supply: SFX 300w

The case comes shipped in nice sturdy box that makes it easily known what is inside – the mountain jade!

IN WIN Mt. Jade shipping box

The case was protected from drops and was wrapped in plastic to avoid scratches from shipping.

IN WIM Mt. Jade Packing

Lets take a look at the outside of the case and see what the Mountain Jade looks like.

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