InWin launches spacious F5 case with swappable panels and reversed board socket support

InWin, a leading memory solutions manufacturer, has unveiled their latest creation: the F5 computer case. This Full Tower fabricated case was first revealed and showcased at Computex 2023 exhibition last summer. The stand-out feature of this product is its easily replaceable front panels, allowing users to effortlessly switch out, say, a glossy panel for a wooden one; thereby altering the appeal and style of the system unit.

Available in sleek black and clean white finishes, the case features a 3mm-thick tempered-glass side cover. To optimize airflow, a portion of the front panel, as well as the top, bottom, and one of the side panels, sport a perforated metallic mesh.

InWin F5 Case

The InWin F5 has dimensions of 510 x 235 x 543 mm and weighs around 11kg. It supports the installation of video cards up to 435mm long, CPU coolers with a height up to 180mm, and power supply units up to 230mm long. Interestingly, the power unit is installed at the top of the case.

InWin F5 Case Interior
Interior view of InWin F5 Case

With the F5, InWin includes a stand for the secure installation of heavy and bulky video cards. The case also features eight expansion slots, including three vertical ones. It has capacity for six 2.5-inch drives and two 3.5-inch ones.

Overall, the InWin F5 supports up to nine 120mm or 140mm cooling fans. As part of the package, the manufacturer has preinstalled three Neptune AN140/AN140P fans with ARGB lighting.

The front panel of the F5 features one USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type-C, two USB 3.2 Gen1, and a combined 3.5mm audio output.

Front panel of InWin F5 Case

A unique feature of the InWin F5 computer case involves its support for motherboards like the ASUS BTF and MSI Project Zero, which boast reverse power connector placement. Builders can, therefore, hide most of the cables behind the right side wall of the system unit.

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