【Taoyuan, Taiwan, August2017】 In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design, has today announced its 301C mini tower PC chassis.
The 301C includes the latest USB 3.1 Gen. 2 Type-C front I/O port, and can reach transfer speeds up to 10Gbps via the latest motherboards possessing the supporting internal connector. New RGB lighting illuminates the front panel logo and the front I/O , allowing users to control their preferred lighting settings .
The 301C provides a modern style, and is ideal for performance/gaming-orientated, smaller form factor builds. In Win’s unique design elements include: tool-less tempered glass side panel, strong 1.2mm SECC steel construction, hexagonal ventilation on the side and bottom of the case and a two-tone front panel layout. Its clean-cut appearance evokes a stylish and refined look that will suit any home, office or battlestation.
In addition to its new USB 3.1 Gen. 2 Type-C connector, its front panel I/O includes two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, plus 3.5mm stereo headphone and microphone jacks. The easy-open tempered glass side panel doesn’t even require fiddling with thumbscrews, simply press the button and pull.
Internally, the attention to detail continues with a detachable graphics card support bracket and a dust filter over the hexagonal in-take vents on the bottom. The 301C has support for one 2.5/3.5-inch drive bay, plus two more 2.5-inch SSDs and four PCI expansion slots to match micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards. The PSU sits at the top, and is housed within its own chambered area to keep cables out of view.
There is both 240mm plus 120mm water cooling radiator support at the front and rear respectively, with air drawn through from the side panel hex-vents. It can also accommodate two extra 120mm fans at the bottom to provide flexibility to match cooling needs. CPU heatsinks up to 158mm (6.2 inches) tall are supported, and graphics cards up to 330mm (13 inches) can be fitted (excluding any front radiator and fan fitting).
Like all In Win PC chassis, the 301C is designed and made entirely in Taiwan.
For more information about the new 301C, please visit In Win: https://www.inwin-style.com/en/gaming-chassis/301c