In Win BP655 - Caja de ordenador (Small Form Factor (SFF), PC, Mini-ITX, 200 W, 1x 80 mm, 80 mm) Negro
Descripción del producto
Altura: 265 mm
Ancho: 100 mm
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Certificación: RoHS, CE, FCC
Color del producto: Negro
Diámetros de ventiladores superiores soportados: 80 mm
Entrada de audio: Si
Factor de forma: Small Form Factor (SFF)
Formas de factor de tarjeta madre soportadas: Mini-ITX
Fuente de alimentación: 200 W
Fuente de alimentación incluida: Si
Indicadores LED: Si
Interruptor de encendido/apagado integrado: Si
LED de energía: Si
Número de puertos 3.5": 2
Número de puertos 5.25": 1
Profundidad: 310 mm
Salida de audio: Si
Tamaños de disco duro soportados: 88.9 mm (3.5 ")
Ventana lateral: N
Ventiladores superiores instalados: 1x 80 mm
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The case is of unusually good build quality. The plastics and metal are thick and lightweight, and everything is precision cut. It's very sturdy (albeit slightly heavy) and just looks really nice.
It includes a 200W power supply with enough connectors to get the job done (3 sata and 1 molex). It also comes with an additional case fan, above the hard drive bays which is an added bonus. Both the case fan and power supply fan are very smooth and quiet.
The vertical stand is included and optional. It doesn't really attach, the case sort of just rests in it. The case also comes with 4 rubber feet, which you can place either on the side or bottom, depending on how you want to orient it.
Overall, a very nice case for the price.
It takes a larger power supply than mini itx usually uses. I take this to mean longevity. Time will tell.
I can have a complete pc built using this case in ~15 mins. This includes all the unboxing of the case, mobo, ram, cpu, dvd, and hdd.
The power button is solid and reliable. Pressing it too hard won't break it like some cases.
The wires are a little tight, but I found that it's all in how you assemble the components. The hdd itself is easily secured by a vertical screw from under the dvd.
I don't have an problem with the fan noise. Maybe it's my selection of boards... I am using asus p8h77-i and p8h61 currently. I used a few intel boards also, but can't remember any noise problems. I do stick to the <65w cpus.
If I had to complain about something it would be gloss black face. It makes matte black dvd drives stand out a little. Maybe I should try and find some new dvd drives that are shiny?
I don't have a problem w/ sharp edges. I've been building pcs for ~20 years and have seen a sharp edge or two in that time; this case does not have them.
Faceplate removes easily for cleaning/etc. It also goes back on easily and securely as well.
I have not had a side/case fan fail on these yet. Yeah it's not a standard fan you can buy anywhere, but I doubt I w/ have a problem ordering one. Honestly, since the pws has a good fan, you could skip the side fan.
CPU fans are weak. They use a bushing instead of a ball bearing. After building close to 150 systems with this case we have seen about 10 cpu fan failures. I've bought replacement ball bearing fans from amazon and can swap the fan in about 10 minutes. The fans start growling and kill the pws if you don't replace them.
I contacted inwin about this approx 6 months ago.
Recent versions of this case include the same power supply, but the fan is different. I'm assuming it's a BB fan. Time will tell.
Room for 2.5 drives. The bottom 3.5" slot is so slim you'd need to find a very small drive to fit in it. My solution? I used that spot for my boot SSD. I've managed to get a Blu-ray drive, 128GB SSD, and 1.5TB storage drive in a system about the same size as an original Xbox. The included power supply was sufficient to power all of this + 100W AMD A8 processor. It also included an 80mm fan which is relatively silent.
The build quality of the case is fantastic for the price, but it does have drawbacks typical of this price range. There were plenty of sharp edges so watch your hands.
It is considerably bigger than most mini-itx cases, but that is the price you pay for fitting a full size optical drive. My biggest compliant would be the lack of cable tie downs. While most cases in this price range would not have this feature, it would have been really useful to keep the cables out of the way. In such a small case, you have to be very careful your cables don't end up stuck in your fans. If you want a clean build, you're going to have to spend some time and improvise.
I would definitely buy this case again if building another system in this size range. If you're looking for an ultra small mini-itx, keep looking. If you're looking for a small HTPC or portable gaming build that provides plenty of room for storage and a Blu-ray drive, this is a very good option.
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