InWin Launches F5 Full Tower PC Chassis Designed for Hidden Cable Motherboards

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅18.01.2024 15:21:17
Press Release

InWin has launched its InWin F5 Full Tower EATX PC chassis for enthusiast PC builders looking for design customization, extensive cooling options, and support for vertical GPUs and hidden cable motherboards.

Customizable Front Panel

First showcased at COMPUTEX 2023, the InWin F5 features customizable front panel bezels that can easily be popped off and swapped between glossy or wooden aesthetics, depending on the users preferred style. The InWIn F5 is available in both black and white color options with a 3 mm tempered glass side panel that gives great views of the inside hardware, while both side panels offer convenient, tool-less removal. Mesh grills on the front, top, bottom, and opposing side panels provide ample opportunities for ventilation. Helpful design additions include the quick-remove dust filter for the bottom fans, and a bundled magnetic GPU holder to prevent sag of heavier graphics cards.

Extensive Cooling Options

The spacious interior and versatile cooling options are engineered to accommodate high-end hardware including flagship graphics cards up to 435 mm in length, larger CPU heatsinks up to 180 mm in height, and high-performance ATX power supplies up to 230 mm long. Both vertical and horizontal GPU orientations are supported, with a vertical adapter bracket bundled in the package.

Three Premium AN140 Fans Included

InWin bundles the InWin F5 with three premium Neptune AN140/AN140P ARGB fans, providing supreme cooling right out the box. Users can choose to extend the capacity even further with up to nine fan placements. Liquid cooling support is ready for large radiators at the top, bottom, and front. The front panel provides enough space for fans on both sides of the radiator.

Supports Back-Connector Motherboards

The InWin F5’s design provides expressed support for ASUS BTF series and MSI Project Zero ATX motherboards with back-mounted connectors that keep cables hidden, allowing users to build PC’s that are almost visually cable-free.

InWin did not reveal pricing and release date as of this writing. Learn more about the InWIn F5 Full Tower Chassis at the InWin website.

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