In Win 805 Mid Tower Chassis Review


To remove the left and right side panels, you must first remove the four screws located at the top and bottom of the tempered glass panels as shown in the photo below.

Next we see the left side interior of In Win 805, which includes a good size cut out for installing CPU cooler back plates. If In Win had made this cut out at least an inch wider it would have been the perfect size. There are also a total of 8 cable routing holes; I know it looks like there’s more but 3 of the holes are where the SSD mounting brackets are located.

In our next photo we take a look at the inside front of the 805 and particularly the front radiator bracket which can hole a 240mm or 280mm radiator or two 120mm or 140mm fans. We also have the HDD cage located at the bottom front which also includes mounting for a single SSD on the top of the cage.

To remove the radiator support bracket, you must first remove 2 thumb screws. One is located at the bottom front of the radiator support and the other one at the top front. Both thumb screws can be easily removed with your fingers.

Here’s a photo of the radiator support once it’s been removed. Mounting holes are clearly marked by being stamped into the support bracket, so it’s very easy to mount a 240mm or 280mm radiator, or perhaps two 120mm or 140mm fans.

Moving on to the inside rear of the 805, we can see the PSU bay located at the bottom with a white sticker that shows you the correct way to mount your power supply. 8 expansion slots as well as a 120mm exhaust fan and the rear I/O can also be seen.

In the next two photos I’ll be showing you two other mounting possibilities for the HDD cage. These positions can be used as long as you’re not planning on running a 240mm or 280mm radiator up front. Here we see the HDD cage moved to the top position.

In the next photo the HDD cage has been mounted towards the bottom front of the 805 chassis:

In our next photo we take a look at the HDD trays as well as the SSD mounting bracket from the top of the HDD cage.

Here’s a close up of the SSD mounting, there are 3 more of these brackets located on the right side of the chassis giving you the option to mount a total of 4 SSDs, which we did for this review.

With the right side panel removed, you can see that In Win has given you the option of installing 3 more SSDs on the rear of motherboard tray. Up top and towards the middle we find mounting for a 2nd SSD and if you look down at the lower right you will find the option to mount a 3rd and 4th SSD. The SSD mounting brackets can be removed by unscrewing a single thumb screw.

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