In-Win Ironclad ATX Full Tower PC Case Review

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The In-Win Ironclad Full Tower Case

In-Win Ironclad Full Tower Case

Today, In-Win gives Legit Reviews the opportunity to look at their newest case in their Destiny-Extreme series, the Ironclad. The Ironclad ATX full tower PC case retails for $125.99 on, and for a full tower that is rather inexpensive for the features it offers. It looks like the In-Win Ironclad may give more expensive cases a run for their money. Let’s take a look.

In-Win Ironclad PC Case Features:

  • Excellent Thermal Solution
  • Gaming Chassis utilizes 22cm (220mm) side panel fan to accelerate
    air through and out of chassis to keep components cool. A ventilated
    floor panel and a top vent with 12cm (120mm) fan provide the optimal
    airflow on both intake and exhaust.
  • Dust proof meshes   
  • The air filter meshes are built into the front bezel side panel
    top panel and floor that keeps out of the dust and extend the life of
  • Tool-free mechanical design.
  • Screw-less I/O expansion slots make assembling a fun, easy and
    enjoyable experience.
  • Metallic Warship Design Enhances the structural steel sturdiness
  • Eight tool-free expansion slots
  • Patented shock-free railing system

Front of the In-Win Ironclad Box

At first glance, you see the one picture of the case on the box and it’s a small portion of it, but it is enough to give you an idea of what it will look like and the airflow it could provide. No doubt that this is full tower; the Ironclad weighs in at 29lbs. Just from the box it looks to be nearly the size of the HAF-932.

Inside the In-Win Ironclad Box

Unboxing the Ironclad was easy enough. It had two foam blocks on each end and was completely wrapped in plastic to protect it from any sudden movements and environmental elements should your carrier happen to have butterfingers.

Accessories included with the In-Win Ironclad

The accessories bundled include: motherboard mounts, screws for the side fans when applicable, miscellaneous screws, case speaker, a couple of zip ties, two 3-4 pin power adapters, two rubber mounts for those longer power supplies, adhesive cable clips and two push-pin cable clips. Of course, we cannot forget the User’s Manual.

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