I decided I was sick of my old case, the Nzxt s340 and decided to get the InWin 805, I just loved all that glass. It's basically the same build as this https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/gazereths/builds/#view=zLZ8TW just rehoused with some new cablemod cables and 4 new red led fans.
I tell you It's the last time I buy a case with a glass back/side panel as the vast majority of time was spent cable managing, but I think the end result is worth it.
It's really hard getting decent shots of this with all the glass so there's loads of reflections, sorry about that. Also getting low light shots is something I'm not clued up on, had to mess with ISO settings etc and that's really not my area of expertise. The InWin logo looks a bit orange in these shots but in person looks vibrant red, not sure what went on there.
Just need to think of a new name for the rig, any suggestions?
The case came really well packed inside it's own cloth bag with fitted dense foam in a very sturdy box. Came with loads of extra screws and bolts and a decent cleaning cloth. A free stick on headphone hanger was included but they sent me a white one so I'm not going to use it.
I love the tempered glass look and the lattice aluminium construction of the front. Cable management options are decent with plenty of room behind the mobo but has no fixed tie down points, it came with stick on tie down points that came off after about 5 mins so I purchased some others from my local PC shop that worked out much better.
It only comes with one fan and at this price I would have liked to see 2 or 3 fans included. A built in fan controller would also have been nice.
The USB 3 type C connector is a nice addition but is of little use to me at the moment. Hopefully more peripherals will adopt this standard in the future.
No front intake at all, the only intake is on the bottom of the case and you have to remove the hard drive caddy to fit up to two 120mm fans, so keep that in mind.
No problems fitting my 280mm radiator in the front. It was a breeze thanks to the removable bracket.
The rear I/O is set into the case (it's not flush with the back) so if you have large connectors there may be an issue but was fine for me.