InWin AIRFORCE, a chassis based on parts to be assembled

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InWin AIRFORCE is a PC tower proposal for those who do not find the reference N515 original enough . This chassis takes the do-it-yourself ( DIY ) philosophy a step further, breaking apart the structure of the box so that the user can assemble it from scratch.

InWin AIRFORCE, the chassis that everyone must build

The InWin brand continues to grow its catalog of exclusive chassis with a totally original new proposal. This is the AIRFORCE reference , a product for those who find the assembly process of the components insufficient. And is that this product requires a prior assembly before having it ready to attach the hardware .

Chassis Features

This fully customizable design model proposes a box in a semi-tower format , whose final appearance depends entirely on the user. The AIRFORCE box is divided into 19 pieces , resulting in a 527 x 270 x 528 mm chassis that weighs 6.9 kg . Its design includes tempered glass panels to show off the equipment components.


InWin AIRFORCE (Justice White)

Inside it can accommodate a system based on an E-ATX motherboard ; ATX ; Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX . It has four 2.5 ″ and two 3.5 ″ bays. It has eight PCI slots , space for a cooler of CPU up to 170 mm high and card graphics up to 390 mm in length.

More details of the product

The cooling system consists, by default, of four AL120 fans manufactured by InWin . We have a total space for up to seven fans of 120 mm , to be distributed between the front area top and side rear .


InWin AIRFORCE (Phantom Black)

The box also has a practical I / O panel , which gives access to a USB-C 3.1 Gen2 port , and two USB 3.0 ports . The manufacturer is selling two versions of the product. Phantom Black chassis and a colorful edition called Justice White .