InWin has won many awards for their incredible chassis designs in recent years, and we should know, we’ve awarded many of them, as have many other publications around the world. However, their love for aluminium and flawless design doesn’t stop at the chassis market, as we’ll see today with their Classic Series 750W power supply.
“Classic Series power supplies feature a stunning aluminium enclosure with a refined brushed hairline finish, which adds a simple, yet classy touch to the exterior while enhancing quality of the product. Premium Japanese capacitors with 105 °C rating improves power stability at higher temperatures and provides an ultra-long lifespan. We are so confident in the quality of the Classic Series power supplies that we offer a 7-year manufacturer’s warranty to ensure In Win’s commitment to superior quality, overall long-term reliability and performance.” – InWin
Equipped with a one-piece aluminum enclosure, the 750W model comes equipped with 80 Plus Platinum efficiency, a high-quality 120mm fan, all the safety certifications and protective systems you could hope for and fully modular cables.
Packaging & Accessories
The box is very nicely designed, with some stunning images of the product on the front, as well as details of major features, such as multi-GPU support, efficiency and power output.
Around the back, a full breakdown of the included cables, as well as the maximum power ratings for each rail; there’s even a carry handle to help transport it from the store to your house.
Opening the box, it’s immediately apparent that this is a premium product, and everything comes lovingly packaged in protective covers and a velcro storage bag.
Included in the box, you’ll also find the mains power cable, as well as some velcro ties and mounting screws.
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