In Win 303 C Review – Mid Tower Powerhouse?

Test Bench

We are using a very similar set up which has been featured in previous builds. This is quite a few components for a mid tower and we cant wait to see if the 303C can handle the heat.

Motherboard Gigabyte GA-Z270X-Gaming 9
Processor Intel Core i7-7700k
Graphics Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080 ti
CPU Cooler NZXT Kracken X52
RAM 2×8 GB HyperX Fury DDR4 RAM
Fans 3 Polaris silent 120mm, 1 Corsair 120mm ML fan
SSD Crucial m550 2.5″ SSD 512 GB
HDD Seagate 1TB HDD

This was by far one of the more enjoyable builds we have rendered. It took us awhile to decide the direction of the airflow.Our final decision was to use a bottom to top cooling system using the CPU radiators in a pull system. This provided more than enough airflow for the exhaust and three Polaris 120mm fans. In the military there is a saying called “daisy-chaining”. What this entails is connecting explosive to explosive for everything to go off in one bang. Very similar but without the bang is the fans ability to connect to one another without the need of individual power cords or RGB cables. This is heaven when cable management is already the most intricate part. We are moving now to the installation of MOBO and key components. Since this chassis supports ATX and smaller we decided to go with the ATX board to see if we got claustrophobic. To our surprise, our board and GPU felt very at home with tons of room to keep cables clean & tidy. Our two drives felt very much at home with limited cables showing providing a very professional look. Our opinion of the inverted PSU design was extremely positive and paired directly with the ease of cable management . All in all we are very happy with how the build went and feel like if the only negative is the lack of rubber grommets, it was a good day.

When you think of mid tower chassis what usually comes to mind? Affordability, good use of space, and functionality are the first few things we can think of. In Win's new 303C is going to be put to the test as well as three of their new silent Polaris RGB fans. We haven't been let down to date with In Win products and we doubt this will be an exception. Lets get into it! Packaging, Contents, and Pricing Our large box of In Win presents came partially damaged due to postal service. Luckily, In Win thinks ahead of the curve…

Review Overview

Packaging & Contents
Specifications & Features
Chassis Price
Polaris 120mm Fans
Fan Price

In "Winning"

There is so much to like in this chassis all i can do is say this may be one of the best mid tower chassis available. In Win really gave us something to smile about.

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