While the B2 is a step up from Allure case, it’s still a rather compact tower case ; designed to fit ATX systems, or mATX with room to spare.
When comparing its size to that of the cases we tested in the past we’ll see that the B2 is indeed one of the smaller ones. On par with the Arctic Cooling T2 when we look at the case from the front.
To be able to fit larger high-end video cards, the case depth is important, so how does the B2 compare:Look Outside
Outside of the box the B2 looks like this:
The left side panel is where the action
is at, the other side is less interesting. In-Win has made an air in-take in the side panel in the form of the B2 bomber plane, the attention to detail is high, nice finishing:
Looking at the case from the front you could think that it’s a the cockpit of a plane;
At the back of the case you can spot the colorful out-take fan, 2 pre-made holes for water cooling.
Opening the hatch can be done either automatically by touching the button next to the power button. Or when your system doesn’t have power you can do it manually by first disengaging the little motor of the door mechanism.
The I/O panel situated behind a small door at the left side of the case is very complete, you get 2xUSB, Audio In/Out, Firewire and two eSATA connections!
At the bottom of the case are four feet with soft cushion to help reduce vibration noise.
Ok let’s pop the hatch ->