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Old 13th September 2009, 11:09   #1
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Default In-Win Matrix Gaming Case Review

IN-WIN, computer cases, power supplies, drive enclosures. They are a fairly well known company around here, and while I havenít reviewed one of their PC cases before, this isnít the first IN-WIN case Iíve used. When my family needed a new system, I chose a case that is very similar to the Matrix, the BK623 has a very unassuming name, and doesnít look quite as clean beside the Matrix, but internally they are identical. The Matrix is marketed as IN-WIN's 'Tiny Tower' gaming case. Meant for someone who wants a clean setup, the case hides almost everything behind it's white panels, including the cables that normally make up such a rats nest behind most systems.

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