InWin 915 Case Review

A Closer Look: Interior

Upon removing the side panel you can see that the attention to detail and quality of the exterior made its way to the inside of the case. The interior is matte black throughout and is made from 1.5mm steel which makes it extremely rigid. The 915 comes with a full-length PSU shroud and the motherboard tray has various cutouts to run your cables.

On top of the PSU shroud, there are ventilation cutouts which will help airflow if you wish to install fans on the 2 included brackets. If you don’t wish to install fans on these brackets they can only be used to attach up to 4 x SSD’s or 2.5” drives.

At the front of the interior you can mount up to a 280mm radiator, 2 x 120mm fans or 2 x 140mm fans. Keep this in mind if you install a 360mm radiator at the front; you can only put 2 fans in the interior.

Looking towards the back of the case it has room for a single 120mm exhaust fan and includes 8 PCI slots and a vertical GPU mount.

Flipping the case to the back you have room to install 4 x 2.5” drives to the back of the tray and also an additional 4 x 3.5/2.5” drive with the drawers at the lower left.

Each of the 2.5” drive brackets are attached using a thumb screw and has the InWin logo embossed on it.

The lower drive bay includes 4 drawers that can be used for a 3.5” or 2.5” drive. If you don’t require them all and wish to have a larger PSU area, 2 can be removed and the divider can be moved over.

Each drawer is tool-less and sports the InWin logo.

The PSU feels quite roomy even in the default configuration with 250mm clearance. If you did want some extra room to tuck in those cables by removing 2 drive cages, you can increase these to 320mm.

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