Introduction to the In Win Dragon Slayer
For the longest time we have seen sleek and elegant cases like those from Silverstone and Lian Li dominant what many of us would consider quality cases. Yet for the past year plus we are seeing gaming cases making a big comeback. We have seen them from Cooler Master, Antec and Aerocool all of which we have done reviews for. New to this site, but not new to the game, In Win has played a large part in the rejuvenation of the hard-core gaming case. One case from In Win that has been getting great reviews has been their Ironclad. The Ironclad is a full-sized tower that offers plenty of space and great air circulation, but at the same time has a very unique look about itself.
Another case that In Win has been banking on has been the Dragon Slayer, a mATX case from their Destiny Extreme series. Regardless of its size the Dragon Slayer has gamer written all over it. The outside of the case has a very distinct "Knight’s armor" look . The inside offers all the spacing to house a high-end gaming system, just as long as you build that system around an mATX board.
In Win's take on the Dragon Slayer
Dragon Slayer, the new mATX chassis from In Win is small in size and huge in potential. Covered by metallic medieval chain armor like bezel and supported by sturdy dark metal structure this case is built to keep all components unharmed, while providing excellent airflow. Powerful as a giant, Dragon Slayer is capable to accommodate two full-length graphic cards up to 320mm. Extreme ventilation and a cable routing system make this chassis a great knight to fight by your side during any gaming battle. Equipped with anti-vibration pads aside of side panel and water-cooling holes, Dragon Slayer is ready to satisfy the strictest enthusiast.