In Win 805 Mid Tower Chassis Review


Let me start out by saying that the tempered glass panels make the 805 a very hard chassis to photograph due to reflections, but it’s a small price to pay for such a classy looking chassis. Here we see the left side tempered glass panel as well as the front panel which is also made from tempered glass.

The right front and side of the 805 is just as exquisites the left side, making the 805 a very sexy chassis that anyone would be proud to own and show off to their friends and family.

The rear of the 805 is kind of plain looking; you have the rear I/O on the left side and a 120mm fan grill on the right. Below the rear I/O we find 8 expansion slots and the power supply bay.

Here’s a close up of the PSU bay, the opening extends all the way through to the front HDD cage. Below the PSU bay, you can also see the rear support legs which has two rubber pads for feet. Between the front and the rear supports all 4 rubber pads hold the 805 firmly in place.

Moving on to the bottom of the 805, in the next two photos you can see the four rubber pads that I mentioned as well as a magnetic filter that’s easily removed for cleaning.

Let’s take a look at the 805 accessories package that comes with the free In Win iEar Headset holder, the805 manual and various mounting screws & washers. In Win also included 5 stick on cable clamps, 10 cable ties and a special cloth for cleaning the tempered glass panels, which has a bad habit of collecting finger prints every time you touch them, but once again it’s a small price to pay for owning such an exquisite chassis.

The In Win 805 comes with some special color options, you can choose from Red, Black or Gold for your front I/O panel.

The In Win Logo also comes with different LED lighting options, such as White LED lighting for the Black and Gold versions, and Red LED lighting for the805 Red version.

Last, Super Speed Transmission from USB 3.1 Type-C port for ultimate data speed transfers up to 10Gb/s which is twice as fast as USB 3.0. Actual data transfer speeds will depend on your motherboards specifications.

Let’s move on to the interior photo section of our review.

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