is a Taiwanese manufacturer of computer components that has made a good impression at Bigbruin.com. While they manufacture such things as computer cases, power supplies, and digital storage devices, it is their cases (particularly of the mATX variety), that have been the focus of most reviews.
Continuing our series of reviews featuring interesting mATX cases provided by In Win USA
, we now come to the BK623 Mt. Jade mATX Case with 300W Power Supply. The promotional image above provides a quick look at the BK623, but it will take a much in depth look to appreciate the interesting features, performance, and extremely small foot print of what In Win describes as a "Tiny Tower Chassis".
Before taking a look at the In Win BK623 mATX Case provided for review, let's take a look at some of the key features and specifications from the In Win USA
» Adjustable Partition Plate Cooling Tech accommodates different motherboards and provides the optimal thermal performance.
» Detachable 5.25” optical drive bracket for easy installation.
» Standard SFX 12V 250W & 300W power supply platform offers high performance / low power solution.
» USB 2.0 x 4, HD Audio x 1, IEEE 1394 (Option)
» Designed to fit standard Micro ATX motherboards for easy system integration.
» Designed for Digital Home and Digital Office. Supports 4*full height slots for GFX / TV tuner cards.
» Optional removable air filter.
» Safety:Meets RoHS, CE and FCC Class B requirements
» Case size: S.F.F Tiny Tower Chassis
» Processor: CoreTM 2 Duo / CoreTM 2 Quad
» Material: 0.6mm SECC Japanese ECO Steel
» M/B Form Factor: Micro ATX
» Drive Bays:
» External: 5.25" x 1, 3.5" x1
» Internal: 3.5" x 1
» Front Ports: USB 2.0 x 4, HD Audio x 1,IEEE 1394 (Option)
» Power Supply: SFX 12V form factor, 250W / 300W
» I/O Expansion Slots: Full Height Slots x 4
» Dimension(HxWxD) w/o Front Panel: 323 x 140 x 276 mm12.7" x 5.5" x 10.8" (12.5L)
The In Win BK623 ships in a rather generic box, much like another In Win case we recently looked at, the BT611
. In Win described the packaging for the BT611 as being for the OEM integrator market, and I would assume the same is true for the BK623. Despite being packed for non-retail sales, both cases can be purchased by end users and we will look into that towards the end of the review.