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Hey Everyone!

 

First off, we'd like to thank the nice folks at ExtremeHW for giving a platform for us to communicate with you all. Technically, we've made several posts on the forums, but this is our first thread we've started...WOOOOOO!!!!!!! We thought it would be appropriate to begin by showcasing the products displayed at CES 2020. We will upload a few products at a time. 2020CES_InWin_C200_banner.thumb.jpg.c3955a4c881de696c34b6b669e66b56f.jpg

 

 

Making its debut at CES is the C200. This mid-tower chassis is designed for content creators, audiophiles, graphic designers or pretty much any that needs plenty of storage. The C200 houses up to nine drives if desired. Another option is to place two 5.25" ODDs at the front of the chassis. The C200 should become available in the next few months with a price tag of $79. For more information, please visit our official website: https://www.in-win.com/public/en/gaming-chassis/c200/.

 

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The 215 is an entry-level mid tower chassis that has a more conservative, low-profile aesthetic. Emphasizing on airflow, the 215 has plenty of ventilation. It possesses a safety feature that ensures the safety of the tempered glass panel. Aside from the affixed thumbscrews on the glass, the 215 goes a step further to protect the glass by securing it with magnets so that the panel doesn't immediately fall. For more of the specs, please visit our website: https://www.in-win.com/public/en/gaming-chassis/215/.

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The 216 shares the same internal layout as the 215, but offers a different external aesthetic. The sleeker chassis places an emphasis on a cleaner appearance and strategically places in the side and top ventilation areas to keep a cooler rig without sacrificing the overall appearance. Both the 215/216 will target a $69 price tag and should be available in Q1. For more information, please visit our official website: .https://www.in-win.com/public/en/gaming-chassis/216/.

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Nice, I have to say out of the three I think I would be game for the 215, The 216 looks nice with the solid front look, but for me I love that airflow, so the 215 it is :music_band:

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We showcased Diey, our 10th signature chassis. To begin, Diey is Mandarin for butterfly. This concept goes back to our 9th signature chassis, Yong, which is Mandarin for chrysalis. Diey is one of the most interactive PC chassis ever created. It responds to voice commands, hand gestures and also has a 3D camera for facial detection. Diey hangs off its dedicated stand and the base strategically has an area to display images and videos designed for the projector at the base of the chassis.

 

Diey is shrouded with 80 "scales" that react to the rhythm of music with the movement and ARGB lighting. The wings will open for easier hardware swap. Lastly, Diey has a dedicated virtual assistant called Jarvis. While you can use Amazon's Alexa, Jarvis will remain active and available should the internet be down.

 

For more information regarding Diey, please take a look on the official website: https://www.in-win.com/en/gaming-cha...content=Diey_L.

 

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I'd go for the C200 just for the optional drive cage.

Kina confused why only one top fan if using optional drive cage...

Also confused about the PSU cut out for a case that has a solid side panel.

 

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I'd go for the C200 just for the optional drive cage.

Kina confused why only one top fan if using optional drive cage...

Also confused about the PSU cut out for a case that has a solid side panel.

 

For ODDs, this isn't necessary. However, if you plan on using Storage Kits, they are longer than ODDs so they will interfere.

As for the PSU and side panel, it's no different than with tempered glass. That will be an option too.

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We showcased Diey, our 10th signature chassis. To begin, Diey is Mandarin for butterfly. This concept goes back to our 9th signature chassis, Yong, which is Mandarin for chrysalis. Diey is one of the most interactive PC chassis ever created. It responds to voice commands, hand gestures and also has a 3D camera for facial detection. Diey hangs off its dedicated stand and the base strategically has an area to display images and videos designed for the projector at the base of the chassis.

 

Diey is shrouded with 80 "scales" that react to the rhythm of music with the movement and ARGB lighting. The wings will open for easier hardware swap. Lastly, Diey has a dedicated virtual assistant called Jarvis. While you can use Amazon's Alexa, Jarvis will remain active and available should the internet be down.

 

For more information regarding Diey, please take a look on the official website: https://www.in-win.com/en/gaming-cha...content=Diey_L.

 

So this is InWin's early model of Skynet ? Certainly an interesting design concept, something that looks too need a good amount of space

 

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Also unveiled at CES 2020 were InWin's new Jupiter case fans. These 120mm ARGB case fans are high airflow fans and are daisy-chainable with the LEDs and the power. The frosted blades also generates brighter LED appearance. We are expect a late February-early March release with a price tag of $29 for a triple pack. For more information, please visit our official website: https://www.in-win.com/en/cooling/aj...W4wYtXbVYVaXZg.

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InWin stepped into the AIO market by unveiling the SR24 and SR36. As the name suggests, they come in 240mm and 360mm variants. They possess two pumps in the tower serve for redundancy, meaning that should one of these pumps fail, the other pump will continue to function preventing your CPU from frying. In the event of unusual temperature spikes or an internal issue, the breathing white InWin logo will flash red and blue to notify the user that there is an issue. The other purpose for dual-pumps is to cool in a parallel manner for more cooling efficiency. The rad will also come with the AJF case fans that will ramp up the RPMs to 2500 if needed.

 

The SR24 and SR36 should make an appearance in Q1 with a price tag of $119 for the 240 and $139 for the 360. For more information, please visit the official product page: https://www.in-win.com/en/cooling/sr...m_content=SR24 https://www.in-win.com/en/cooling/sr...m_content=SR36

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The SR24 and SR36 should make an appearance in Q1 with a price tag of $119 for the 240 and $139 for the 360. For more information, please visit the official product page: https://www.in-win.com/en/cooling/sr...m_content=SR24 https://www.in-win.com/en/cooling/sr...m_content=SR36

 

WOW $29 for a triple pack?! count me in for a set.. I have the SIRIUS LOOPS right now, but I wished the blades were clear instead of black, this will be a nice change :)

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Also unveiled at CES 2020 were InWin's new Jupiter case fans. These 120mm ARGB case fans are high airflow fans and are daisy-chainable with the LEDs and the power. The frosted blades also generates brighter LED appearance. We are expect a late February-early March release with a price tag of $29 for a triple pack. For more information, please visit our official website: https://www.in-win.com/en/cooling/aj...W4wYtXbVYVaXZg.

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InWin stepped into the AIO market by unveiling the SR24 and SR36. As the name suggests, they come in 240mm and 360mm variants. They possess two pumps in the tower serve for redundancy, meaning that should one of these pumps fail, the other pump will continue to function preventing your CPU from frying. In the event of unusual temperature spikes or an internal issue, the breathing white InWin logo will flash red and blue to notify the user that there is an issue. The other purpose for dual-pumps is to cool in a parallel manner for more cooling efficiency. The rad will also come with the AJF case fans that will ramp up the RPMs to 2500 if needed.

 

The SR24 and SR36 should make an appearance in Q1 with a price tag of $119 for the 240 and $139 for the 360. For more information, please visit the official product page: https://www.in-win.com/en/cooling/sr...m_content=SR24 https://www.in-win.com/en/cooling/sr...m_content=SR36

 

That is a fantastic price point for the fans, you can't beat that. Also keeping an eye on those SR serious coolers, will love to see how they stack up against the competition :p

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Making the biggest impression in the smallest footprint at CES 2020 was the InWin B1. The B1 is a true Small Form Factor computer chassis intended to be an office PC, HTPC and is capable for some light gaming. It will come with a 200W PSU, a dust filter and a case fan. The ventilation is streamlined into the design so cooling will be at a premium. This will come at a cost of $85. For more information, please visit the B1's official webpage: https://www.in-win.com/public/en/gaming-chassis/b1/.

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Wow I actually really like that, I like the inclusion of a tinted window so you can see your components. Cable management however with SFF is always an additional challenge, especially when you put in a window lol BUT with how modular things are these days it should not be too much trouble, especially with custom cables etc. May have to get me one of those for my next plex build when that happens !

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ahh A girlfriend/wife proof htpc case.. I wonder if we can push the envelope and bump it up to 300~ watts and find a way to squeeze a gpu (1050ti?) in it. That would be one slick living room rig.

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ahh A girlfriend/wife proof htpc case.. I wonder if we can push the envelope and bump it up to 300~ watts and find a way to squeeze a gpu (1050ti?) in it. That would be one slick living room rig.

 

Well looking at it, you would need to do a wee bit of modding to enable a small single slot GPU to work. The PSU is possibly the easier bit (Looking on the surface) if you are able to get a 300Watt SFF PSU at the correct size, I would imagine you could get it in. I actually really fancy challenging this case for a new plex server lol.

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Might have to use a riser cable and just mash a small video card somewhere in the case and do some hack and slash to get the hdmi cable out of the back :)

 

plex would be no problem at all.. could probably run an r5 3600 on the stock cooler in that bugger if you really wanted to push it, just don't run prime95 on it too long ;)

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Might have to use a riser cable and just mash a small video card somewhere in the case and do some hack and slash to get the hdmi cable out of the back :)

 

plex would be no problem at all.. could probably run an r5 3600 on the stock cooler in that bugger if you really wanted to push it, just don't run prime95 on it too long ;)

 

Yeah could use a riser cable but I have seen some low profile 1050Ti's that would likely fit nicely, would just need to put an appropriate cut out in the back for the display connectors as you say.

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