InWin Unveil its New A3 and A5 PC Cases

/ 2 years ago
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InWin has announced the launch of its new A3 and A5 PC chassis for compact and powerful micro-ATX and E-ATX PC builds. Following the minimalistic, modern design traits of the popular InWin A1 Series, the new A3 and A5 provide new opportunities for PC builders to maximize support for larger hardware while retaining the smallest footprints.

In Win A3 & A5 PC Cases

The A3 and A5 support high-end graphics cards up to 340 mm long, a high-efficiency ATX power supply up to 200 mm long, plus space for multiple 2.5″/3.5″ storage devices. Up to five fans can be installed in a bottom-to-top airflow, providing ample cooling opportunities; 240 mm AIO/liquid cooling radiators can be optimally placed at the top of the case, exhausting the heat directly from the chassis. The compact size, vertical airflow layout, superb upgrade options and modern design aesthetic set the bar for a superior PC system.

The tinted, tempered glass side panel offers a convenient, screwless quick-release button for fast and easy access to the hardware inside. The discrete gold accents and logo provide an attractive design contrast. The top and side panels, plus the bottom air filter all feature screwless removal designs for easy internal access and cleaning.

Speedy front panel I/O connectivity includes the latest USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C connector offering 20 Gbps of wired performance to external peripherals and accessories such as external drives. Other connectivity includes two USB 3.1 Gen-1 Type-A (5 Gbps), plus 3.5 mm HD headphone and microphone jacks. The front I/O is placed on the top of the chassis for optimal accessibility.

InWin equips the A3 and A5 with a slim Mercury AM120S PWM fan with ARGB lighting, giving users great cooling performance and attractive illumination right out the box. The AM120S features a unique engraved blade design to reduce noise and improve the balance of air pressure across the blades. Several AM120S fans can connect together using InWin’s “Lock-N-Go” extension cable for practical, user-friendly cable management.

Where Can I Learn More?

At the time of writing InWin has not confirmed any specific regional release dates nor how much we can expect these new chassis designs to cost. – If you would, however, like to learn more about them, then you can check out the official product website links below:

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