In-Win B2 Stealth Bomber ATX Case Review

Cases & PSU/Cases by jmke @ 2008-06-26

The In-Win B2 is without a doubt a gamer orientated ATX chassis. Designed with aspects and features to resemble a B2 stealth bomber plane this military looking case is apt to turn some heads. It has a fully functional automatic hatch at the front and comes with four case fans to keep your hardware inside running cool.

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Look inside & Cooling

Look inside & Cooling

In-Win has taken time to reduce the need for tool when you want to install hardware inside the B2.

It starts with the side panels, which are snapped into place at the backside with 2 clips, they come of easily and snap back into place when needed to secure the side panels.

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First thing you’ll notice is that the left side panel has an air-duct for CPU cooling attached. If you are using a larger tower cooler on your CPU however this plastic tube will be of no use; removal is easy as you just slide it out. You can see the dust filters In-Win installed here;

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Inside the B2 you won’t find a lot of screws; you get a nice illustrated installation manual and a small set of mounting screws. The case internals reveal a second air duct which houses two 80mm fans.

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Flipping this black plastic fan holder is a tool-less affair; you can now clearly see the two black/yellow fans:

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The right fan holder can be swiveled 90° to be able to have the fan blow air towards the rear of the case.

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It will be orientated like this:

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At the back of the case you’ll find a 120mm fan; you can also see the tool-less clips to install PCI devices:

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The front in-take fan sits right in front of the HDD cage; it can be easily removed:

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The front fan has a fan filter to keep out dust.

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Time to put some hardware inside ->
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Comment from jmke @ 2008/06/30
if you squeeze a bit and don't mind your VGA card barely touching the HDD bay, you can get a 8800/9800GTX inside

this side did it: http://www.cpu3d.com/index.php?optio...mid=52&limit=1



with the plastic tool-less clips I could not get the 8800 GTX installed comfortably though

 

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