InWin Buc Pro Reviews

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InWin Buc Reviews

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Benchmark Reviews 9/10 May 17 '11
Bjorn3D 8/10 Jun 02 '11
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Modders-Inc 9/10 Apr 28 '11
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OCModShop 4/5 Oct 22 '12
Overclockers Club  --- Apr 19 '11  --- Apr 25 '11  --- Apr 18 '11
Real World Benchmarks  --- Sep 15 '11
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ThinkComputers 8/10 Apr 13 '11  --- Mar 18 '11
Neoseeker  --- Mar 28 '11
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"Overall, for an ATX mid-tower computer enclosure that includes 4 hot-swap bays, tool-less expansion ports, tool-less external drive bays, 3 included fans with a bottom mounted PSU design with pass thru ventilation, at a cost of $99.99 at Newegg, this case is a pretty good deal."
"Overall, the In-Win Buc is a rather surprising case that bundles plenty of good features and emphasizes functionality over extravagant looks. With a more conservative look than some cases, it will please those who want a case that is not overly crazy. Best of all, the case has a relatively cheap price tag of $100."
"We always love In Win products as they always surprise us with their innovative and creative ideas. In Win BUC is another good example where it is not only come with hot-swappable module with pre-integrated SATA and power cable but also the easy access HDD panel on the left panel; HDD docking station is no longer required anymore. Furthermore In Win BUC is also equipped with advanced features like USB 3.0, tool-less installation kits, dust filters, gadget tray on top panel and so on. For a 110USD chassis, In Win BUC is not really expensive but it could be more competitive since there is a huge market competition especially for mid-tower chassis. Anyway if the hot-plug module and easy access HDD panel are much preferable to have then getting In Win BUC is the only choice; at least at this moment with affordable price."
"It is not perfect though. If you have a massive heatsink, or even a premium one, it may very well not fit *if* you populate the upper fan location on the side panel. Something I have not discussed yet is the back steel of the case is extremely flexible. It makes sense to me, since it s perforated as much as it id. The flex of the steel is a bit worrisome as I was pushing in the clamps down for the video card installation. It did not crease, but it did bow more than I was comfortable with."
"The In Win Buc is a decent mid tower case for someone who just wants a basic case that still looks good."