InWin releases white A3/A5 chassis

Recently, InWin has released two white A3 and A5 chassis, corresponding to micro-ATX and E-ATX specifications respectively. The A series adopts simple and modern popular design elements to maximize support for larger hardware.

The A3 and A5 chassis released by InWin last year both used a black appearance with landscape stripes and logos, but this time they use white. Its tinted tempered glass side panel features a screw-free quick-release design, allowing users to easily replace internal hardware. There are also ventilation holes at the top, rear, and bottom, including a removable filter at the bottom for easy cleaning.

The overall dimensions of the A3 and A5 chassis are 401 x 215 x 347 mm and 399 x 215 x 407 mm respectively. It supports graphics cards up to 340mm long, ATX power supplies up to 200mm long and provides two 3.5-inch and one (A3) or two 2.5-inch (A5) storage spaces. It can install up to five fans from top to bottom, which brings sufficient heat dissipation, and a 240mm integrated water cooling can be installed on the top of the chassis. On the new chassis, InWin not only provides a USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A interface and 3.5mm jack, but is also equipped with USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C interface, and the transmission speed can reach 20 Gbps.

InWin’s white A3 and A5 chassis are equipped with ultra-thin Mercury AM120S PWM fans as standard, the overall size is 120mm x 120mm x 20mm, with ARGB lighting effects. The one-piece fan blade design makes the airflow more concentrated, and the unique turbine blade can effectively improve the heat dissipation performance. In addition to being compatible with motherboard control software, Inwin’s ARGB One-Click controller can also provide 14 lighting modes.

The speed of the Mercury AM120S PWM fan is between 400~2000±10% RPM, the air volume is up to 60.71 CFM, the wind pressure is up to 2.72 mmH2O, the service life is more than 60,000 hours, and the noise is between 17~29 dB(A). Additionally, multiple Mercury AM120S fans can be linked together using Inwin’s “Lock-N-Go” extension cables for more practical and friendly cable management.