InWin 928 Super Tower Case – Brilliant, but Also $999!

InWin 928

The range of PC cases from InWin has changed so much over the years. They’ve gone from making budget-friendly mid-towers, to making premium products that can often cost hundreds, even thousands of pounds/dollars. They still make plenty of “normal” cases too, of course. However, the 928 Super Tower is their latest flagship monster, clocking in at $999.

It features lashings of tempered glass, brushed aluminium and little else. We already saw this chassis back at CES 2019, and instantly fell in love with it. Sure, the price hurts, but it really is a sight to behold.


Constructed from 4mm black anodized aluminium, it offers a whopping 125 litres of space. For extreme custom loop PC builds, it’s as good as they come. It’ll support the current high-end 14-14 motherboards, EEB, E-ATX and everything below, obviously. It’s packed with RGB, massive hardware support and more.


  • Eight expansion slots
  • Maximum VGA Card Length: 480 mm
  • With GPU Holder VGA Card Length: 335 mm
  • VGA Card Width: 190 mm
  • Vertical Display VGA Card Thickness: 80 mm (Maximum)
  • CPU Heatsink Height: 185 mm (Maximum)
  • Front IO ports: USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C x 1, USB 3.0 x 2, HD Audio
  • Two 3.5 inch and six 2.5 inch drive bays
  • Air Cooling: Six 140 mm Top Fans, Three 140 mm Front Fans, and Three 140 mm Rear Fans
  • Maximum Radiator thickness of 45 mm
  • Supports up to Two Power Supplies, Length up to 250 mm (Including Cable Management Area)
  • Dimensions(H x W x D ): 571 x 335 x 656 mm

What do you think, is this the case of your dreams. Or perhaps your dreams don’t go up to, basically, a thousand dollars? Let us know in the comments below. It’ll be available to buy from the In Win US Store from the 16th of May.

Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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