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 and ensures the safety of their products, regardless of postal negligence.All the corners were covered in styrofoam, in addition to a large black bag that covered the entirety of the chassis. Having a bag that covers the entirety of the chassis is preferable compared to some where you only see a protective peel on the tempered glass (TG). On first glance this chassis looks a bit boxy. However, on closer inspection, the In Win 303C has a space age swagger about it. The front IO is placed in a very professional vertical design and consists of a type C port. The type C is a nice addition to a chassis looking to separate itself from the competition. As seen on the rear of our chassis is another interesting addition of an inverted PSU design which will be fun to build with, switching things up and keeping it interesting. Both sides provide a very standard appearance; one of tempered glass and the other a vented cable management panel. Instead of having thumbscrews on the rear, near the motherboard expansion slot, the screws are located near the top to provide easy access to component areas. One other addition is a push button release for the front TG panel. In a creative-building environment, ease of access is a welcomed accommodation. The top panel has a matte black finish and underneath has four rubber feet in addition to a vented bottom. As we mentioned we were also provided with three 120mm silent Polaris fans. We are very thrilled to put their cooling and RGB to the test in our test bench. With all this good on the outside were almost afraid of how interesting the inside will be!
The 303C can be found on Amazon for $89.99 at the time of this review. CLICK HERE!