InWin Presents The Z-Tower, 928 Super Tower, and 905 Cases at CES 2019

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅11.01.2019 23:59:56

InWin at CES 2019 presented its latest cases including the Signature Series Z-Tower chassis, InWin 905, and InWin 928 Super Tower chassis. Other product lines demonstrated are InWin’s efficient power supplies and modular air-cooling fans.

Z-Tower Limited Edition Signature Chassis

Previously introduces last year, the InWin Z-Tower uses a hand-crafted construction method with the highest-quality materials. The Z-Tower chassis is constructed with 5cm thick polished aluminium alloy in a flowing, asymmetrical skeletal structure. Wooden casting moulds were used to ensure each individually designed part go together like Legos. Its hollow central structure is designed to house high-performance PC hardware and allows excellent thermal performance as the airflow is channelled through the structure. Learn more about the InWin Z-Tower Signature Chassis here.

InWin 928 Super Tower

The InWin 928 Super Tower chassis features luxurious aluminium and tempered glass. The InWin 928’s layout is specially designed in partnership with ASUS Republic of Gamers to house the upcoming ROG Dominus Extreme motherboard (14x14”). Supporting the new ultra-extreme platform, the InWin 928 supports up to four vertically mounted graphics cards, two high-performance power supplies, up to 12 fan placements and advanced water-cooling setups. The chassis offers addressable RGB LEDs that can be controlled via motherboard software to sync to the installed components inside. Learn more about the InWin 928 Super Tower here.

InWin 905 Mid Tower

The InWin 905 sports an attractive, single-piece curved design, thick tempered glass, and brushed aluminium shell. The InWin 905 also features expansive water-cooling support and support for longer power supplies. The InWin 905’s versatile layout supports high-performance PC hardware that requires more power and cooling potential. An innovative side-panel now allows one-button access to easily swap components, while the RGB lighting can be controlled via motherboard software to sync to the system components inside. Learn more about the InWin 905 here.

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