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


Most of the accessories included with the In Win B2 Stealth Bomber mid tower ATX case are already pre-installed, but the image below shows a few more items. You get a quick install guide, a more in depth and descriptive manual, and a sheet of stickers. The manuals are very useful with many pictures on each part of the case. The stickers are a little strange to see included with a computer case, and are something like what you might get with a model plane. But just like the theme of the case, the stickers are also geared towards the B2 Stealth Bomber theme.

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The In Win B2 Stealth Bomber mid tower ATX case had the following components installed in it for this review:

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 dual core processor
Thermalright Ultima-90 heatpipe CPU cooler
ASUS P5KC P35 ATX motherboard
OCZ Technology PC3-10666 ReaperX HPC 2GB DDR3 Kit
Seagate Baracuda 80GB SATA II hard drive
Maxtor DiamondMax 100GB SATA hard drive
OZX StealthStream 600W power supply
eVGA GeForce 8800GTS G92 512MB video card
SAMSUNG 20x DVD Burner with LightScribe

In the images below you can see the components listed above installed into the B2 case. Everything fit into the case, but it was a bit cramped with a large CPU cooler. It was a little difficult getting the motherboard installed with the power supply installed. With the "VGA Turbo Cooling System" lowered down you can see the video card and hard drives installed. With the tool-less features of the case, installing expansion cards, hard drives, and 3.5" and 5.25" external devices is very easy.

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The plastic rockers for the tool-less expansion card mechanism holds the 8800GTS video card very well, as shown in the below left image. Installing hard drives is also a snap, attach a 3.5" drive rail to each side of a hard drive and slide it into an open slot in the hard drive cage.

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