In Win presents the new XFrame Limited Edition open-frame chassis



/ 7 years ago

In Win Development has today unveiled a new chassis that is set to be the next best friend for all enthusiasts and overclockers with the XFrame Limited Edition.

While this open-frame chassis is not entirely an innovation, it does feature a few technical details proper to this model. For starters, the innovative X design shape ensures to provide the chassis with both strength and rigidity, as well as allowing the frame to be placed either vertically or horizontally, offering users an additional degree of freedom.

Made out of aluminium, the frame is both light and strong, and with measurements of 329 x 518 x 408 mm, it proves to be more portable than most 8-PCI slot, ATX PC chassis.

Thanks to a dual layer design, the XFrame offers dedicated space for up to six 3.5″ drives and two 5.25″ drives while supporting up to E-ATX motherboard, graphics card reaching 12″ and ATX power supplies. For more convenience, a front I/O panel has also been included, featuring two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and HD audio ports.

To provide even further customization, In Win has provided the handles and front ports to be removable in order to best suit the users style and offer maximum upgradeability and accessibility for those who can’t keep their hands off their system.

You may catch a glance of the limited edition XFrame at CES 2012 where it will unveiled for the first time.  In-Win Development Inc’s booth will be located at Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall 1, Booth # 20421.

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