After launching the InWin F5 chassis last month, InWin launches the InWin D5 - an airflow-optimized E-ATX chassis. The InWin D5 supports up to three 120mm fans at the front but the case only comes with a single 120mm fan pre-installed at the rear for exhaust out of the box.
InWin has launched its D5 E-ATX mid-tower PC chassis for PC builders looking for optimized airflow, sensible layout, and versatile hardware instalment. With tool-less quick-release panels, a rotatable PCI-E mounting bracket, and optimized cable management, the D5 offers a PC building experience that unlocks build convenience and unparalleled performance.
The Tools to Cool
The full mesh front and top panels ensure optimal cooling for the internal components. Inside is a removable cable shield on the motherboard tray, which not only discretely and effectively manages cable clutter, but also is designed to channel and concentrate airflow towards the main hardware.
Offering mounting areas for a total of three front fans, three top fans, and one rear fan. There are excellent air-cooling opportunities, and liquid cooling support for both 360 mm and 280/360 mm radiators. Matching the all-black chassis aesthetic, InWin bundles a Neptune AN120 ARGB fan as a starting point for PC builders that often prefer to choose their own fans. The InWin AN120 fan offers an exceptional performance-to-noise ratio at just 20.5 dBA nominal and up to 60 CFM airflow.
Easy Access and Hardware Installation Options
Accessing the PC is incredibly simple thanks to InWin’s tool-less quick-release side panels, which pop off and give easy access for a comprehensive upgrade, or just to make quick adjustments to the internals. Get creative and make use of the modular, rotatable PCI-E mounting bracket that complements dual-GPU systems, multi-PCI-E card configurations, or future-proof potentially larger cards. A magnetic GPU holder is provided to support heavier graphics cards.
Say Goodbye to Desk Clutter
The cleverly concealed headphone hanger keeps the workspace tidy, organized, and ready for action. The front I/O is mounted on the top for convenience for PC users that keep their PCs beneath desks, and to keep the front airflow unhindered. It includes a high-performance USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 Type-C connector, two USB 3.2 Gen 1, and a 3.5 mm HD audio combo jack.
Ready for Powerful Hardware & Backside Cabling
Despite only being a mid-tower, the InWin D5 supports premium E-ATX motherboards up to 12x10”, large ATX PSUs up to 180 mm, GPUs up to 365mm in length, and air cooling heatsinks up to 165 mm high. The motherboard tray supports the latest ASUS BTF and MSI Project Zero motherboards with backside connectivity.
InWin did not reveal pricing and release date as of this writing. To learn more about the InWin D5 chassis, please visit the InWin website.