If you are not completely frustrated by RGB LED components by now, this might put you over the top. The Ego fan from InWin is designed to be the ultimate RGB LED fan by using a silicone diffuser around the edges of the fan to give a software and cleaner LED experience. This silicone diffuser also allows InWin to place more RGB LEDs inside without overpowering the emitted light, but also contributes to the cleaner look. I’m not one for RGB for the sake of RGB, however these fans have one of the best implementations of RGB I’ve seen on any PC component so far (the G.Skill Royal DRAM is pretty good too). Because of having more LEDs (12 outside, 4 inside) than a standard fan...
In recent weeks and months, a lot of noise has been made about Noctua’s new fan design that uses precise tooling to create fan blades that are much closer...36 by Ian Cutress on 6/19/2018
Having addressable RGB LEDs in a PC is one thing, and having OLED panels on various components is another. There is a fine line between the two, especially when...14 by Ian Cutress on 6/19/2018
LAS VEGAS, NV — Premium chassis manufacturer In Win have showcased a brand new E-ATX offering at their booth at CES 2018, the new 915 full tower. The new...3 by Gavin Bonshor on 1/10/2018
In Win, best known to most for their PC chassis, announced its new Polaris case fan series. The new Polaris fans differ from their Aurora fan lineup in a...4 by Joe Shields on 9/29/2017
Today we are having our first encounter with one of the oldest PC case designers, In Win. The company supplied us with the 303, one of their most anticipated...46 by E. Fylladitakis on 10/12/2016
It's been a very long time since we've had an In-Win case in house for review. In fact, the last one we checked out was the BUC, an affordable...31 by Dustin Sklavos on 9/18/2012