InWin D-Frame Mini

 

The D-Frame Mini includes a power button, reset switch, two (2) USB 3.0 ports, Microphone and Headphone jacks, and a HDD activity light.

Each tempered glass side panel is held on with four (4) knurled nuts.

The screw posts for mounting the glass have rubber grommets around them, so the glass is cushioned.

With the side panel removed you get… well, the same view as with it on, quite frankly, it’s just not tinted like the glass.

There are three (3) drive plates for mounting either 3.5” or 2.5” drives, with appropriate cut outs for cables.

The bottom of the case has a mounting bracket for two (2) 120mm fans.

The drive trays and fan frame are both removable. They have spring loaded captured thumb screws, so you won’t have to worry about losing them.

The rubber bumpers also act as case feet. They’re a thick rubber, and feel relatively soft, to help dampen any vibrations. I’m not sure I’d rely on them to protect my computer parts if it were to fall off a desk though… Also notice how nice the welds look; great quality there.

The bumpers are stuck down with double sided tape, and a little rubber plug goes into a hole in the frame.

You can remove them, but will have visible holes in the tubing if you do.

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7 thoughts on “InWin D-Frame Mini

  1. Great job on the review and build. I watched and read the comments on fb & YT, and your build made fans out of a lot of people who didn’t like the D-frame at first.

  2. Great job on the review and build. I watched and read the comments on fb & YT, and your build made fans out of a lot of people who didn’t like the D-frame at first.

    Thanks Bill! I was kind of on the fence about it when I first started, but after going through the system install and everything, once I got the build done I’ve grown to like it…

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