OcUK Oxygen Overclocked System Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅17-02-18
Closer Look
The InWin 101 chassis is a heavy steel construction with a large tempered glass panel. The panel is easily removed by pulling the two plugs at the top, hinging it towards you slightly then lifting it out. Easy access to the internals is always a bonus for upgrading!

The reverse side, behind the motherboard, features a funky hexagonal design as an exhaust for the 240mm AIO cooler (This could easily be converted to an intake by reversing the fans). Again, removal of the side is incredibly simple, with only two thumb screws standing in your way.

The top of the case is home to all “front” IO. There’s a pair of USB 3.0 ports as well as 3.5mm HD audio. The front of the case features a small, clear plastic section which glows red while the PC is switched on. The lowest part of the clear plastic also acts as the power switch (as embarrassing as it is, we must admit, this took us a couple of minutes to find!)

The rear of the machine is plastered with input/output options. We’ve got 6x USB 3.0 ports, a single USB 3.1 Gen 2 and a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C. Display options, if using the integrated GPU at any point, is provided through a DVI and HDMI. We also find a single RJ45 network connection, SPDIF Out and 7.1 audio options.

The Radeon RX VEGA is equipped with 3x DisplayPorts and a single HDMI output.

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