【Taoyuan, Taiwan, November 2016】In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design, has announced today the X-Frame 2.0 Special Edition PC chassis.
The X-Frame 2.0 is engineered for a dual-purpose: 1.) It serves as a professional test-bench while fixed in the horizontal position. 2.) It functions as an elaborate display when positioned vertically. The X-Frame 2.0 is accommodated with a detachable, rotating stand that allows the rig to be positioned every 15 degrees by simply adjusting the specialized clip release. This innovative feature is designed for professionals and PC enthusiasts to reveal their craftsmanship and contribution to the PC building community. As a 30th Anniversary Signature PC Chassis, it comes exclusively bundled with an In Win 1,065W Special Edition power supply called SI-1065W.
The X-Frame 2.0’s structure is created using both sandcasting and a CNC machine to cut 4mm thick aluminium, then anodized to provide a strong finish. Meanwhile, the handles are 8mm thick to support heavier hardware and ensures safety when transporting the build.
Plenty of PC hardware can be accommodated in the X-Frame 2.0 including up to an E-ATX motherboard; eight PCI-Express expansion slots with a length up to 385mm; three, slide-in 2.5/3.5-inch multifunction storage brackets; three 3.5-inch HDD brackets; seven 2.5-inch brackets – including two quick release; and a single 5.25” external bay. Front panel IO includes three USB 3.0 ports, a single USB 3.1 Type-C port and 3.5mm stereo headphone and microphone jacks.
In Win understands the importance of a water-cooled rig, and our signature chassis have become synonymous with water cooling usage. There is space for a 360mm radiator (3x120mm fans) and water-pump mounting bracket are included with the X-Frame 2.0.
Three different colors are available for the X-Frame 2.0 including black/red, white/blue and black/green. Note, only the red version includes a unique logo plate etched with its production serial number for authenticity.
For more information about the new X Frame 2.0, please visit In Win: http://www.inwin-style.com/