In Win Dragon Rider Full Tower E-ATX PC Case Review

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The In Win Dragon Rider Full Tower PC Case

In-Win Dragon Rider

In Win has become well known lately, having released some great cases within the last year or two. Today Legit Reviews has a look at In-Win’s latest addition from their “Destiny Extreme Series” line up, the Dragon Rider. Drawing its look from the medieval age, the Dragon Rider is designed to protect and keep even the most demanding components cool. This beast is prepared for E-ATX motherboards along with great features such as USB 3.0 capability, a 220mm side fan and an enlarged CPU cutout hole. The In-Win Dragon Rider is also priced at $159.99, which puts it directly in competition with other full tower cases such as the HAF series and Antec’s full towers.

Here’s a little about In-Win and their view on the Dragon Rider:

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..”

With elegance, power and control firmly in its grasp, the Dragon Rider is designed to protect and cool even the most demanding of components. Enveloped totally in black, the dark design is only punctuated with bolts of striking yellow to create a subtle but distinct appearance. The unique side panel shield design creates the necessary space for tidy cable routing and multiple fan mounting points for up to 11x 120mm fans make it the ultimate chassis for cooling customization. Pre-fitted with a large 220mm side fan for effective graphics card cooling, the Dragon Rider also features additional front, top and rear fans for fantastic cooling potential. With the latest eSATA and USB 3.0 front panel ports, a back-supported CPU cooler removal hole, anti-vibration hard drive rails and tool-free installation, the large E-ATX Dragon Rider is packed with the latest enthusiast-class case features.”

IN WIN Dragon Rider Case Specifications:

Case Size:
  • Full Tower Chassis
  •  1.0~0.8mm SECC Steel
  •  556 x 239 x 578mm (21.9” x 9.4” x 22.8”)
 Power Supply:
  •   ATX 12V
  • PS II Size and EPS
 I/O Expansion Slots:
  •  PCI-E/PCI/AGP SlotX8
 Thermal Solution
  • Rear 12cm Fan x 1
  • Front:12cm Fan x 1
  • Top:12cm Fan x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 2)
  • Side:22cm LED Fan with switch x 1 (Maximum Supports 12cm Fan x 6)
  • Water-Cooling Hole Ready
  • 12cm LED Side Fan
 M/B Form Factor:
  • E-ATX(12″X13″)
  • ATX
  • Micro-ATX
 Drive Bays:
  • External 5.25” x 5
  • Includes FDD Cage x1(5.25” converted into 3.5”)
  • Internal 3.5”x6
  • 2.5” x 1
 Front I/O(Ports):
  • e-SATA×2
  • IEEE 1394A×1(FireWire)
  • USB 2.0 x 2
  • HD/AC’97 Audio
  • USB 3.0 x 2

One may look and see that the In-Win Dragon Rider looks familiar to another case we reviewed earlier this year, the In Win Dragon Slayer. Obviously, size is a big difference between the two but they do share the same medieval theme which, I have to say, looks pretty cool.

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