In Win Launches New 509 Full Tower Chassis




/ 3 years ago

In Win Launches New 509

In Win have just announced their latest creation, the In Win 509 Full Tower PC chassis. As with any other high-end In Win chassis, the 509 comes equipped with impressive hardware capabilities, as well as a flawless visual design. The front and side panels offer up a huge amount of tempered glass, RGB lighting and stylish metal finishes that are sure to compliment any system build.

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“The 509 is designed for high airflow and versatile build options, including multiple customizable liquid cooling possibilities. The 509 is crafted using similar materials from previously praised In Win models such as SECC steel and tempered glass. The aesthetics meets functionality with the honeycombed ventilated side panel. The 509 even comes with a RGB logo that’s powered by a 4-pin connector (compatible with motherboards with RGB headers).” – In Win

With room for E-ATX motherboards, 370mm graphics cards on all 8 expansion slots, 188mm tall CPU coolers and more. There’s also room for four areas to mount up to 360mm radiator, as well as all the other custom-loop hardware you’ll need. If liquid cooling isn’t desired, multifunctional brackets can be used to support 120mm fans or 2.5” SSDs. The 509 also comes with an EZ-Swap HDD caddy for three 3.5” HDDs. All intake fans include dust filters. The front IO houses four USB 3.0 ports, 3.5mm headphone and microphone jacks and a single external 5.25” ODD bay.

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An ASUS ROG certified option is available with a red LED In Win logo on the front panel, (it is also RGB capable if you have an RGB controller) and a Republic of Gamers logo printed on the tempered glass side panel.



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