InWin released the first modular computer case. ModFree was already showcased during Computex, but it’s available now. The base cabinet can be expanded with other modules to provide more space for power supplies or GPUs, for example.
InWin ModFree is now live on their site. ModFree is Complete towerThe model of which two versions have been issued; A basic model and a deluxe version are slightly larger and higher, have more connections and can accommodate an additional unit.
The ModFree consists of a base unit that contains a single fan and space for the motherboard, peripherals, and drives. Several smaller units can be added to that basic unit. In these units, users can, for example, add additional fans, or simply create a larger area for better airflow or a space to hide other components. These units can be installed and detached with screws.
The basic version of the model consists of the base unit and one smaller unit in which the power supply must be placed. This model costs 199.99 euros. The Deluxe model costs €289.99 and includes two mini units. Both models are suitable for ATX motherboards and smaller models such as micro-ATX and mini-ITX.
InWin introduced the models earlier this year during the Computex exhibition in Taiwan. The Tweakers had already discovered the safe there at that time.
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