An enclosure for exhibitionists

Subject: General Tech | July 31, 2013 - 05:39 PM |
Tagged: in win, D Frame

In Win's D Frame enclosure bears a resemblance to a test bed but is more permanent and well protected, more a minimalist case to show off your components as the sides are actually made of glass.  There is some assembly required, thankfully [H]ard|OCP provides pictures throughout the process of installing components and finishing up the case.  Take a look at this unique case and its cooling performance in their full article.

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"The first BlowHole system we ever built back in 1997 was hacked out of what was a very sturdy In Win steel case and I could still stand on top of it when it was done. Today's In Win Case, the "D Frame" is incredibly sturdy as well, but certainly brings with it a "less is more" theme considering it is lacking a traditional enclosure."

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Source: [H]ard|OCP

July 31, 2013 | 07:11 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

the case is $400 AND you have to assemble it youself?


July 31, 2013 | 09:11 PM - Posted by raxx (not verified)

I don't think assembling a case is a big deal, especially when you probably assembled the computer hardware inside it.

July 31, 2013 | 11:29 PM - Posted by brisa117

WOAH! My life flashed before my eyes.... this brings back memories of the LANboy air case! haha. But anything would be better than that.

Also, I think I remember seeing ASUS using one of these a few weeks back to show off new systems.

August 1, 2013 | 12:51 AM - Posted by beagley (not verified)

i've been eyeballing this for a while to stuff my fx8350 closed loop cooling micro atx into. may pull the trigger this week, but lian li's small form factor is also calling my name.

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