In-Win BUC PC Gaming Case Review

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In-Win Buc Interior

In-Win BUC Gaming Chassis Interior

For the interior of the BUC, In-Win chose a black and yellow scheme offering fantastic contrast and colors that fit well with any type of user.

In-Win BUC Gaming Chassis Interior

The motherboard tray side of the case appears to have fairly limited options for wire routing later in the build, mainly as far as having cables too large to fit between the 5.25″ bays and the side panel.


In-Win BUC Gaming Chassis Side Panel

To mount the doors, insert the bottom end of the panel at an outward angle, tilt the door closed and slide it to the front of the case, then push the clips on the back. This is one of the easier designs I have come across.

In-Win BUC Gaming Chassis Side Panel

The left side has a bit more to it with the large mesh area which has rubber bushings for fan screws and a removable dust filter, as well as the cover for the hot-swap bays.

In-Win BUC Gaming Chassis Side Panel Mesh

The air filter is tight all around the recessed area for the mesh, and fits in grooves in the sides of the rubber fan screw bushings so none of the parts can easily vibrate as the system runs.

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