InWin D-Frame Mini Revealed at Computex 2014



/ 3 years ago

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InWin look set to take the chassis market by storm once again with the release of their latest chassis, the D-Frame mini. The D Frame is already a pretty incredible chassis, but it was a limited edition product, unlike its new, smaller brother which will be available as a mass produced product.

Aimed at the enthusiast LAN gaming market, the chassis features a handle on the top, meaning you can pick it up and easily transport it. It’s smaller and lighter than the original D-Frame, but still has plenty of room for a great gaming system.

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With support for mini-ITX motherboards, 3.5″ or 2.5″ x 3, 2.5″ x 2 hard drives, USB 3.0 and HD audio connections, room for ATX PSU’s of up to 220mm, a dual slot PCI card, and best of all it’s open air design will support two 120mm fans in the base or a 240mm water cooling unit.

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The whole thing has been constructed using a combination of aluminium pipes, metal plate and gorgeous tempered glass that will be ideal for those who love to show off their build.

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Price will be $349.99 and will be available at retail at the end of Computex 2014. The price is high, but we’ve had a quick play around with the chassis and the build quality and materials used are second to none, so you can expect to get what you pay for.

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We hope to have a sample in the office very soon and we look forward to telling you even more about the very cool new chassis.

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One Response to “InWin D-Frame Mini Revealed at Computex 2014”
  1. Wayne says:

    To me it just looks like a bunch of pipes (which it effectively is) or a portable generator just like it’s bigger brother but I’m sure it does have a bit of ‘je nes sais quois’ to many others. The price tag will probably be sanity testing though.

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