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Posted 05 December 2012 - 12:14 AM



In Win GRone Full Tower Chassis Review

Today I will be taking a close look at the GRone Full Tower PC Chassis
from well the well known manufacturer In Win. The GRone is aimed right
at the heart of the PC gaming market, which as many of you will be
well aware of is full of fierce competition from rival brands, leaving
you with no shortage of choice in terms of style and performance when
it comes to computer components, the PC chassis market is no
different. So what does In Win have to offer to tempt you to spend
your hard earned cash? well that's hopefully what we will be finding
out today.

The GRone is priced at anywhere from £90-130 depending on when and
where you look for one, which isn't cheap but it's about on par with
other premium gaming chassis on the market, although of course you
could spend more if you wanted, In Win them selves have chassis three
times the price on the GRone. With a three digit price tag there are a
few things you're going to want from your chassis, for your financial
investment you want to see good build quality, a sturdy feature list
and great performance, you may also want a good level of style, but
that's a subjective quality for every individual.

Let's start by taking a look at the (lengthy) feature list below. As
you can see the GRone comes with plenty of support for lots of
storage, large E-ATX motherboards, long PSU's, 36.5cm graphics cards
and a whole host of cooling fan and water cooling radiators
throughout. This is just the sort of feature list I was hoping to see
within this price range and I'm already expecting great things from
this chassis.


Check it out here!


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