Model: GT1 Mid Tower
RRP: ~£55 (At time of review)
Founded in 1985, InWin was founded to provide PC builders with high quality chassis, power supplies, and digital storage solutions along with the goal of providing unsurpassed customer service. InWin have designed a multitude of case solutions since their inception. From their smaller cases that come in at attractive price ranges right up to their ultra high end cases such as the H Frame and Tou chassis which combine build quality and finish to make a premium enclosure, InWin have catered to a large and diverse group of PC enthusiasts. With all that being said, we have one of InWin’s more affordable cases today. Aimed towards gamers the GT1 mid tower we are testing today is an enclosure seemingly inspired from automotive design. Catering for already overcrowded ATX mid tower market, will this race ahead of the pack or crash out on the first corner? Well lets get testing and find out. But before all that, a little bit about InWin.
What InWin have to say about themselves:
IN WIN Development Inc, manufacturer of professional computer chassis, power supplies and digital storage devices, is the leading provider of enclosure solutions to system integrators worldwide. Founded in 1985, IN WIN provides high quality chassis that conform to all safety regulations, as well as unsurpassed customer service. In Win has become a leading, top-notch manufacturer of core technology in order to meet market and consumer needs and demands. Our company’s management team has laid a strong foundation in terms of eight major elements: Innovation, Service, Speed, Value, Safety, Warmth, Faithfulness, and Diligence. These elements help In Win to remain a leader in the business realm and also help differentiate us from our competition.