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In Win B2 Stealth Bomber Mid Tower ATX Case
Author: Michael Fiss
Manufacturer: In Win
Source: In Win USA
Purchase: Newegg.com
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In Win B2 Stealth Bomber Mid Tower ATX Case
July 03, 2008

Internal Inspection:

Removing the side panel of the In Win B2 Stealth Bomber mid tower ATX case is made easy with the two clips mentioned previously. In the below left image we see the inside of the side panel. There are two areas that provide airflow through the side panel; one over the CPU area, and one over the VGA area. The inside of the case looks a bit cramped because it is a mid tower case and the "VGA Turbo Cooling System" on the lower section of the case seems to take up alot of room.

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In the below left image we see that there are two 80mm ceramic fans that will provide cooling to the expansion slot area (especially the video card). In the below right image we see the mechanism that holds the cooling system to the chassis. You need to slide it right to open, and left to close.

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The power supply area is a little wider than normal to accommodate the two pre-drilled holes for watercooling tubes. There is also a 120mm fan held in place by a bracket, so there is no need for screws. The B2 case includes four external 5.25" device bays and two external 3.5" device bays. Included in the lower 5.25" bay is a plastic tray that holds all of the device rails needed for a tool-less installation.

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With the "VGA Turbo Cooling System" lowered, you see the internal 3.5" device cage. Using the included device rails makes installing hard drives very easy. If the tool-less drive cage fills up with drives, there is a spot underneath for one additional hard drive, although you will need screws to secure it. Each tool-less expansion slot has a plastic rocker that holds the card in place. In the bottom right image you can see many wires laying in the case. They include the power cables for the fans, two SATA cables for eSATA, two USB cables, one Firewire cable, one 4-pin power connector for the front door's touch sensitive button, and the LEDs for the front panel.

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The front panel of the In Win B2 Stealth Bomber mid tower ATX case can be removed after both side panels are removed (it pops off very easily). The interior side of the front panel has a small circuit board and wiring for the auto-sensing door mechanism and a blue LED at the top.

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