InWin GRone Pro Reviews
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InWin GRone Reviews6
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|HardwareLook||10/10||Dec 10 '12|
|PureOverclock.com||5/5||Oct 26 '12|
|techPowerUp!||9.2/10||Oct 31 '13|
|ThinkComputers||8/10||Jan 23 '13|
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"It may not be cheapest gaming chassis on the market but you do get a lot of performance, style and build quality for your money. With most chassis you could aim for at least two out of those three things to be happy with your purchase, the GRone delivers on all fronts which is why I am happy to award it with out eTeknix Editors Choice Award."
"The In-Win GRone takes over a lot of the other ultra cases on the market, it would be on an equal level, apart from the low £100 price tag and the five fans added by default, with not one but two large water cooling radiators. The In-Win GRone is so say the least a brilliant enclosure to built your high-end gaming PC into."
"If you're searching for a sharp looking case that supports that supports a ton of features, including the potential for watercooling, then the In-Win GRone provides just the right options."
"The In Win GRone looks menacing right out of the box, with its wide footprint and detailed, edgy design. As we have come to expect from In Win cases, both build quality and paint job are immaculate. With five fans included right out of the box and the ability to hold five more if you want to go all out, the GRone also comes extremely well-equipped. But the chassis also manages to impress with its excellent flexibility for water-cooling, good tool-less design, and functional feature set. The latter includes a basic fan controller and hot-swap bay, for example. With a great eye for design details, the In Win GRone looks spiffy, regardless of whether you pick the gray or white variant. There is little to be criticized when it comes time to assemble the system as the GRone offers both USB 2.0 and 3.0, loads of space, and excellent cable routing. The two most annoying aspects in this nearly perfect chassis are the lack of little hooks for clean cable management and its wasted 5.25" drive bay at the top of the front, but that is all. The In Win GRone manages to impress in all important areas, which nets it both well-deserves praise and our Editor's Choice award."
"As I said this is a feature-packed case and In Win really has packed so much into this case. From things beginners will appreciate to features that enthusiasts demand. Starting off with the design of the case In Win has kept the GRone minimal, while still being able to keep its own identity. I really like this actually, it’s not over the top, but still has elements that draw attention to the case. The large blue side panel window is one of my favorite features, it really shows all of your hardware."