Appearance and Cable Configuration

The white finish is pretty uncommon these days, and the red In Win logo adds a nice touch. The fan grille and ventilation holes at the back correspond to what we are used to see. There is a small power switch beside the AC inlet. At 140mm in length, this is a very small case and will work well in smaller enclosures.

Cables and Connectors

Connector type (length)

Main 1x 24-pin (45cm) fixed
ATX12V/EPS12V 1x 4+4-pin (50cm) fixed
PCIe 1x 6/8-pin (50cm) fixed, 1x 6/8-pin (50cm) fixed
Peripheral 3x SATA (ca. 50, 65, 80cm) fixed
3x SATA (ca. 50, 65, 80cm) fixed
3x Molex, 1x FDD (ca. 50, 65, 80, 95cm) fixed

All cables are fixed and there is even more bad news: Some cables are quite short and the number of HDD plugs is pretty unsatisfying as well. In addition six SATA connectors on two cables is just so-so for a 650W PSU. We'd like to see eight plugs here. Anyway, the cable sleeving is upscale and all peripheral harnesses reach 80cm length or more. Moreover even a low number of peripheral connectors should be enough to support most common PCs. Only for SLI and CrossFire setups with high-end graphics cards customers will need more PCIe connectors.


Delivery Contents, Power Rating and Fan Internals and Electronics


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  • araczynski - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - link

    another 'non profit' cause of the hour. wouldn't be surprised if this WWF and InWin have some family connection.

    i'd be more impressed if each $1 got split by the employees inhaling all those production fumes created during manufacturing of these things.
  • effingee - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - link

    "However, the WWF is discredited as they are industry-related in some way. They got donations from the energy industry and tolerated genetically changed soy."

    Did you forget your journalistic integrity in your other pants or something?
  • Martin Kaffei - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - link

    (Not exactly.)
    I sold my integrity for an ecofriendly Porsche Cayenne Turbo !

    Oh, I said the loud part soft and the soft part loud.
  • Rorrr - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - link

    Is this an attempt at a joke? Reply
  • ggathagan - Thursday, June 7, 2012 - link

    No, it IS a joke!

    Thank you, Martin.
  • Rorrr - Thursday, June 7, 2012 - link

    More like a bad attempt at snark. Anandtech should stick to tech, which is what it does best; leave the political and scientific commentary to other sites like Ars. Reply
  • effingee - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - link

    Oh, wow! Tell me all about your Porche, but don't forget to throw in a random line about your opinion on collective bargaining for public service unions, too, so I'll know which Porsche to buy and who to vote for in my state primary election.

    If you're going to write a tech review, cool, write a tech review. If you're going to write a review of the World Wildlife Foundation, do it on your blog or something. Those two sentences about what you think about the WWF, factual or not, have no business in a review of a power supply. Let your readers think for themselves.
  • LordOfTheBoired - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - link

    Actually, I think they do when the supply's big "feature" is that a portion of all sales go to the WWF.

    I've got no idea on how credible the WWF is(though they apparently funded the hiring of mercenaries to hunt poachers, which is awesome), but I really hate this sort of feel-good marketing.
    At best it's a band-aid for the end user's conscience that lets them pretend they care without actually doing anything. More aggressive forms can come off as emotional blackmail(buy our stuff or children will starve in Africa!).

    If they were really worried about the environment, they'd just say "In Win donates 10% of their net profit each year to the WWF" or some such.
    And, you know, ship power supplies that are 80 Plus Platinum instead of 80 Plus Bronze.
  • jontech - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - link

    Wrong WWF? Reply
  • jontech - Wednesday, June 6, 2012 - link

    Or could have gone with

    MEAN.... WOOOO.... GREEN

    O i digress

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