InWin introduced the D5 case with support for motherboards with

InWin introduced the D5 case with support for motherboards with connectors on the reverse side

InWin has introduced the D5 mid-tower computer case. Unlike most of the manufacturer’s latest new products, which clearly demonstrate the freedom of creativity of its designers, the new D5 has a classic appearance.

  Image source: InWin

Image source: InWin

The dimensions of the InWin D5 are 494 × 220 × 473 mm and the weight is 8.3 kg. It is equipped with a mesh front panel for more efficient cooling, as well as a side wall made of tempered glass. The side covers of the housing are screwless, simplifying assembly and disassembly. An additional interesting feature of the new product is the headphone hook located on the front side.

The case supports installation of motherboards in E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX formats. The new product also allows the use of motherboards with connectors located on the reverse side. The case has seven expansion slots. Moreover, six of them can be rotated 90 degrees for vertical installation of the video card.

Inside the InWin D5 there is enough space to install a processor cooler up to 165 mm in height and a video card up to 365 mm in length. For the latter, the case comes with a height-adjustable stand. There is also space for installing a power supply up to 180 mm long. In addition, the case has a combination slot for installing one 3.5-inch or two 2.5-inch drives, as well as two combo slots for 3.5- or 2.5-inch drives.

The manufacturer has provided the new product with one pre-installed Neptune AN120 fan with a diameter of 120 mm. It creates an air flow of up to 60 CFM and noise does not exceed 20.5 dBA. In total, the case supports the installation of up to six fans of standard sizes 120 or 140 mm and has one seat for a 120 mm “spinner”, which is already occupied. The company also announces that the new product will support LSS with radiators of standard sizes 280 and 360 mm at the front and top.

The front connector panel of the case is represented by one USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C port, two USB 3.2 Gen1 and a combined 3.5 mm audio output.

The manufacturer did not disclose the cost of the In Win D5 case.


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