InWin launches the InWin 327 compact micro-ATX chassis, a new member of the legendary InWin 3-series lineup. The InWin 327 chassis offers refreshed styling and upgraded cooling performance from its new front mesh panel, honeycomb vents, and the included three high-performance InWin Luna ARGB case fans to provide superior ventilation for the latest PC gaming hardware.
The InWin 327 is ideal for compact work/gaming systems. It supports mini-ITX and micro-ATX (9.6” x 9.6”) motherboards plus the latest 4-slot high-performance graphics cards up to 310mm long – including the latest NVIDIA RTX 4000 series, and AMD Radeon 7000 series. A detachable GPU bracket is included and ready to provide these heavier graphics cards extra support.
Frame and Tempered Glass Side Panel
The edge-to-edge tinted tempered glass side panel offers an unrestricted view of the system’s hardware. It features a quick-release button that allows users to easily pop off the panel without fiddling with thumbscrews. The strong 1.2 mm SECC steel ensures quality, and the sturdy structure can handle the rigors of transportation even when filled with hardware.
Storage and Expansion
The InWin 327 includes space for two 2.5-inch SSDs, one 2.5/3.5-inch drive bay, and four PCI expansion slots. A PSU up to 160 mm, including the new ATX 3.0 standard, is housed within its own chambered area and cooling zone above the motherboard, which also aids in cable management.
The InWin 327’s premium liquid cooling options include supporting up to 240 mm radiator at the front and 120 mm at the rear. Heatsinks up to 160 mm tall can be installed for CPU cooling. The 327 can also accommodate two extra 120mm fans directly under the graphics card.
The front I/O includes a USB 3.1 Gen. 2 Type-C port that supports transfer speeds up to 20 Gbps. Additionally, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports along with 3.5 mm stereo headphone and microphone jacks can be found in the I/O, too.
InWin 327 Installation Guide
InWin 327 Chassis Dimensions
InWin did not reveal pricing as of this writing. Learn more about the InWin 327 compact micro-ATX chassis at the InWin website.