In-Win 303 Midi Tower Case - Black @ Overclockers UK - £91.69 Delivered
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In-Win 303 Midi Tower Case - Black @ Overclockers UK - £91.69 Delivered

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Found 17th Jul
I know this case might not be for everybody but it is a really nice looking case with tempered glass also very well reviewed case with great reviews.

SPECIFICATIONS

- Model: 303
- Colour: Black
- Case Type: Mid Tower
- Case Material: SECC, Tempered Glass
- M/B Compatibility: 12" x 10.7" ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
- Expansion Slots: PCI-E x 7
- Maximum Compatibility: VGA Card Length:350mm

5 Comments

Only downside is the poor airflow, looks nice tho.

ritchiedrama

Only downside is the poor airflow, looks nice tho.



Probably good enough for water cooled systems, but if you're looking to do a push/pull then it won't be much use

Discotech

Probably good enough for water cooled systems, but if you're looking to … Probably good enough for water cooled systems, but if you're looking to do a push/pull then it won't be much use


i'll disagree with you there as I have a 360mm rad with partial push/pull config (3 push/2 pull). cant get another fan in front of the psu but would be possible if you were to use a sfx psu. love this case. airflow is not an issue when you also use the rear exhaust fan as an intake as well as the base intake. though I'm voting cold at this price as I picked mine up not long after release for about £80 delivered
Edited by: "uberjuba" 17th Jul

uberjuba

i'll disagree with you there as I have a 360mm rad with partial push/pull … i'll disagree with you there as I have a 360mm rad with partial push/pull config (3 push/2 pull). cant get another fan in front of the psu but would be possible if you were to use a sfx psu. love this case. airflow is not an issue when you also use the rear exhaust fan as an intake as well as the base intake. though I'm voting cold at this price as I picked mine up not long after release for about £80 delivered



The whole point of push pull is to have it in a straight line ie front - to back, the front is covered up so you're not going to get any decent airflow, you might think you have good airflow but in reality you don't

there is plenty of room in the front for intake without any issue with the way i've setup the fans, as the rear fans are behind the fan mount in the space where you manage cables etc. trust me there's plenty of airflow
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