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InWin Q2000 Case Review

Manufacturer: InWin

One Big Case

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Many of you may be asking the same question I was
only a couple of hours ago. What does an InWin
case have to do with Though
the answer is somewhat vague and satirical: because
I said so. When it comes right down to it, this case
i received was such a good purchase and
was of such good quality that I felt it neccessary to
share with all of the readers.

If you have ever looked into the PC case market,
you know who InWin is. Their cases are some of the
more common in custom-build PC shops and for home
users are building their own systems. The popular
IW line of cases was known for their weight and stablility
as well as their quality in edging and area to work inside
the case. The IW-Q2000 server case follows the same
path of quality and power.

Below you will find the lowdown on the case specifications
for those of you ready to jump right in.

Case Specifications

Case Type

ATX Server Case

Form Factor Design


Form Factor


Drive Bays

1 x 3.5" (Open)

5 x 5.25" (Open)

5 x 3.5" (Hidden)

Power Supply

300 watt AGI

Chassis Fan Locations


Dimensions (W x H x D)

200 mm x 600 mm x 476 mm


1 year


Sliding Motherboard Tray

Swinging Drive Bay Door

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