InWin C200; The Versatile 5.25″ Bay Lives On

Source: TechPowerUp InWin C200; The Versatile 5.25″ Bay Lives On

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For the most part cases designed to fit everything a content creator or other professional are about as inspiring as a rack mounted server, with less lighting even.  InWin wants to change that with their C200 E-ATX case with an exterior far more interesting than most cases in this class but yet skips the RGBs which have infected almost the entire industry at this point.

With two external 5.25″ bays, four internal bays which will handle either 2.5″ or 3.5″ drives and an additional pair of internal 2.5″ bays in case you are truly serious about storage capabilities.  They chose to ship it without fans installed so you can pick exactly which ones you want to fill the case, it will handle three 120mm in front, a single rear 120mm fan and two 120mm on the top, or the equivalent in radiators. 

Your front panel offers a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C, two USB 3.0 Type-A and separate headphone and mic jacks as well as a power button of course.  InWin also made the interesting choice of including a vertical GPU support bracket, if you wanted to make use of it.  If you are looking for something with the capabilities of a large Rosewill case with a bit more class for about the same price, check out the full review of InWin’s C200 at TechPowerUp.

The InWin C200 is aimed squarely at creators and professionals who require storage capabilities coupled with modern hardware support. Taking cues from times long past, InWin combines the layout of classic 5.25" equipped enclosures from back in the day with modern accents, like a bottom-mounted PSU bay and metal shroud.

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