|Brand Name||IN WIN|
|Item model number||A1 White|
|Item Weight||13.2 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||16.5 x 13.5 x 11.75 inches|
InWin A1 White Mini-ITX Tower with Integrated RGB Lighting 600W Power Supply Qi Wireless Phone Charger Computer Chassis Cases
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- Compact Mini-ITX chassis capable of housing powerful hardware
- Tempered glass top wireless charging Station
- Clear, RGB base creates a Floating illusion
- Accommodated with a pre-installed 80 plus Bronze, 600W PSU with cables managed
- Detachable tempered glass side panel; remove by pulling tabs
- dBA info (the PSU dBA will be between 29 to 41)
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Contemporary & Innovative
'Contemporary & Innovative' defines the InWin brand. It reflects in the appearance and features of our products. With an artistic approach in mind, InWin products integrate technology, functionality, user-friendly, safety, practicality and overall quality, providing an entirely new experience with each product.
In Win A1
Detailed Craftsmanship from Top to Base
The A1 offers versatility with its compact, Mini-ITX design. It's capable of housing a modest HTPC system or becoming a beastly LAN rig/desktop PC. It can wield GPUs up to 300mm in length, and is accommodated with a 600W, 80 plus Bronze ATX PSU with the cables already managed. The A1 features a wireless charging station on the top for all mobile, QI related devices. The stunning steel body, tempered glass top and side panels and the clear RGB base makes it a display-worthy rig.
- Case Material: SECC, Tempered Glass
- Expansion Slots: PCI-E x 2
- Front Ports: 2 x USB 3.0 HD Audio
- Internal Drive Bays: 2 x 2.5"
- Thermal Solution Compatibility: 1 x 120mm Side Fan, 1 x 120mm Rear Fan / 120mm Radiator, 2 x 120mm Bottom Fan
User Friendly Design
The 3mm tempered glass side panel can be easily removed with its tool-less design by pulling the tabs and lifting up. A specialized GPU holder provides extra support to graphics cards to prevent them from sagging. A dust filter on the bottom reduces unwanted dust.
Floating in A1r
The bottom RGB effect reflects through the tinted transparent stand, creating the illusion of floating! Floating powered by RGB.
Note: If your motherboard doesn't have an RGB header, please use the provided LED-SATA connector and LED 4-Pin header to set default LEDs.
Exquisite Detailing from Top to Base
The modern Scandinavian style design is complemented with tempered glass and brushed aluminium. The A1 white presents a stunning and sleek appearance; the black version demonstrates a simple and modern vibe.
Wireless Charging Station
Take charge of your mobile devices with the wireless charging feature! Simply place your Qi enabled devices in the designated charging area on top. In Win’s included PSU offers continuous power even when your PC is off. Charge anytime without being wired!
InWin 600W PSU 80 Plus Bronze
. The PSU is pre-install within the A1 with the cables already managed and is accommodated with two GPU connectors (PCI-E 6+2-pin) for high-end graphics cards. Top PSU chamber makes the system cleaner, and creates an ideal climate for the motherboard and graphics cards.
The PSU dBA level will be between 29 to 41
**If any defective PSU on arrival, we will handle replacement upon request. Please feel free to contact with our customer service team by email
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The A1 offers versatility with its compact, Mini-ITX design. It's capable of housing a modest HTPC system or becoming a beastly LAN rig/desktop PC. It can wield GPUs up to 300mm in length, and is accommodated with a 600W, 80 PLUS Bronze ATX PSU with the cables already managed. The A1 features a wireless charging Station on the top for all mobile, Qi related devices. The stunning steel body, tempered glass top and side panels and the clear RGB base makes it a display-worthy rig.
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I'm removing a star after attempting to contact InWin. I upgraded to a 1080ti and went to install and noticed there was only one 6+2 pin. There's supposed to be two so I had to buy a splitter. It wouldn't have been an issue but receiving absolutely no response is not acceptable when dealing with a premium brand.
Not a huge deal but I'd like to mention there is no USB3.1 Gen2 IO in this case. Kind of a bummer but honestly is an issue with the motherboard manufacturer as well. Why have a header but not build in at least one port?
i7 8700k delided and overclocked to 4.8Ghz w/Dark Rock 4 Cooler 72c at full load
MSI Aero GTX 1070TI
1TB 960 Pro NVME SSD
Asus ROG Strix Motherboard
In Win Polaris fans
i7 8700k delided and overclocked to 5.0Ghz w/Dark Rock 4 Cooler 72c at full load (Changed wattage limitation)
Gigabyte 1080ti OC
1TB Silicon power A80(Faster and less expensive than the 1TB 970 Evo Plus I returned (1TB 960 Pro NVME SSD DIED!!! Samsung refused warranty over missing sticker)
Asus ROG Strix Motherboard
In Win Polaris fans
-Looks great out of the box (I have the white version). Material quality looks high-end and not plastic-y cheap. The only parts that are plastic are the transparent base and the 2 black push tabs for the side panel.
-The thick glass top with imprinted wireless charging graphic is the best looking part. The powder-coated white metal is well done.
-The brushed metal on the top for the power button and USB ports looks great.
-The hexagon vents on the side are metal art.
-The LED light at the base is uniform and bright. If you keep this in your bedroom, it can function as a nightlight. If you want your room dark, you will need to unplug the LED.
BUILDING THE COMPUTER
-Opening the large side panels is incredibly easy and tool-less after the first time. On the transparent side, you simply use your fingers to pull out the 2 round tabs. On the hexagon vent side, the first time you will need to loosen the screws with a screwdriver after which you can use your fingers to tighten/loosen.
-It's a snug fit for the mini-itx board and the screws can be hard to access especially the one screw next to the power supply. Not a big deal since you shouldn't be doing it often. Plus, the more snug it is, the smaller the overall form factor of the case which is good.
-Plenty of cutouts on the motherboard panel allow you to snake cords to the backside to hide cables. The backside holds 2 SSD's capably and has a cutout for an M2.
-GPU installation works well. A metal support piece helps hold your GPU level to decrease pressure on the PCI connection. I am using the Asus STRIX-GTX960.
-More than adequate fan options and ventilation for such a small case. You can put 2x 120mm fans inside and 2x 120mm fans on the bottom.
-If you want to use an AIO, I can confirm that the Corsair Hydro Series H75 AIO 120mm works on the rear location with one fan. Unfortunately the bottom can't accommodate a 240mm AIO cooler because of lack of height and lack of large cutout to run the tubes and heatsink. If you were willing to mod the case by cutting out some metal, it might work.
-There is a permanent mesh filter on the bottom of the case which is easy to vacuum out as necessary.
-You will need a motherboard with an RGB header if you want to control the LED colors. Unfortunately, my Asus Z170i does not have it which leaves me with the default blue color. The blue looks good though.
-Charging works well although it can be a bit finicky to get your phone positioned just right.
I'm very happy with this case. The form factor is just big enough to handle a GPU with minimal wasted space. The aesthetics are gorgeous with the glass, metal, and LED synergizing to form a simple, modern appearance. Building the computer and routine access to the interior are tool-free and super easy. If you are not happy with a default blue LED color, you will want to use a motherboard with an RGB header.
Top international reviews
-Can fit my Asus 1080 Strix with ease
-Has space for two 120mm fans underneath which blow air directly into the fans on the GPU
-Has an internal 120mm fan mount that will intake air from the right-front side panel directly onto the rear of the gpu across the motherboard
-Qi charger works well
-Great airflow right out the back exhaust with proper fan setup
-Looks amazing and feels right within the Apple landscape. Pairs well with iPhone colours and design.
-Great for minimalists who want a great looking case that has multiple functions
In summary, this case can be used as a:
House lamp (Very bright LED on bottom)
Phone charger/phone ledge/phone placer
If you want a really elegant case with good heat management, this is the case for you.
Except for one thing, but that can be fixed….
I would consider buying another power supply right away.
Although it says that it's a 600W 80plus Bronze power supply i was never able to play a game for more than 2 minutes before the computer crashed ,while playing the output would pull 250W at max(according to my battery backup) the power supply is a Power Man Power max?? Anyways I never heard of them.
I looked in my old computer and saw that I had a Thermaltake 750W 80+Gold.
I then installed it on top of my case(yeah the power supply was too big to get in the box so at the moment it is on top of the case with all the cables going inside the computer , but, it is working, I am able to play games without an issue,I am getting a new sfx Enermax 650W today to replace the problematic PSU.