"Taking a complete departure from the type of cases that TweakTown typically brings its readers, I had a server chassis delivered to my door. With my more basic needs around the house, I typically just use my main rig for any "server" type applications I need, but there are those around who have the need and desire to house a full out server system at their own home. Whether trying to initiate and host your own website, or even for those in the business world that custom build servers for work, you may be very interested to see what we are about to show. So grab yourself a beverage and settle in.
When I think IN WIN, I think back to what I have seen myself, and typically there are bright flashes of color and very unique looking concepts fronting their chassis lineup. With this chassis, that simply isn't what you are going to find. This is a very subdued and simplistic exterior. The main reason is the designing of the interior is where all the effort goes. Don't think they left out the much needed air flow in a server chassis; this chassis comes with a trio of San Ace fans to keep things cool."
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