TEAMGROUP and InWin Partner to Announce T-FORCE x InWin 216 Co-branded PC Case

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TEAMGROUP and InWin have collaborated to create their first co-branded PC case called the T-FORCE x InWin 216. TEAMGROUP and InWin have announced the new case in a press release but also launched a product page under TEAMGROUP’s T-FORCE sub-brand. The T-FORCE x InWin 216 is a mid-tower-sized case that can fit up to a 12″ x 13″ EATX form factor motherboard. Cooling options include up to (depending on sales region) 6x 120mm fans but it can also be configured with 360mm front and 120mm rear radiators. An optional VGA bracket allows for either vertically or horizontally mounted cards. The maximum size for the GPU is 380mm (L) x 170mm (W) x 58mm (thickness). The T-FORCE x InWin 216 comes with a 2-year limited warranty.

T-FORCE x InWin 216 Specifications

Case typeMid Tower
MaterialsSECC, tempered glass
Motherboard compatibility12”x 13”E-ATX / ATX / Micro-ATX / Mini-ITX
Expansion slotsPCI-E x 7, Vertical PCI-E slots x 2
(Riser card optional; not included in the package )
Maximum compatibilityVGA card length:380mm maximum
VGA card width:170mm maximum
Vertical display VGA card thickness:58mm maximum
CPU heatsink height:166mm
I/O ports2 x USB 3.0, HD Audio
Internal drive bays2 x 3.5” / 2 x 2.5” ( 2 x 2.5”pre-installed, max. up to 3 )
Thermal solution compatibility1 x 120mm rear fan/120mm radiator
3 x 120mm front fans / 360mm radiator
2 x 120mm top fans
*Number of fans pre-installed may vary based on different regions of sales.
Power supply compatibilityPSII: ATX12V (Installation area length is 220mm. )
Product dimensions465 x 220 x 460mm
Package dimensions558 x 282 x 522mm
Net weight7.3 kg
Gross weight8.6 kg
Warranty2-year limited warranty
Table: T-FORCE

From Press Release

Image: T-FORCE

“The gaming sub-brand of TEAMGROUP, T-FORCE, and InWin have joined hands to launch their first 216 computer case, featuring a large tempered glass surface that provides an excellent side view of the internal system and dazzling RGB setups. Combined with T-FORCE’s signature design elements, its sleek lines perfectly display the style and elegance of the two brands’ minimalist designs. The optimized interior space supports the installation of a wide range of high-end hardware and facilitates top-notch cooling performance, making it the PC case of choice for gamers.

The T-FORCE x InWin 216 Case was designed with every detail in mind, featuring slick lines that capture the latest gaming style trends and a front panel incorporating T-FORCE’s unique design elements. By fusing the two brands’ spirit with innovative thinking, the 216 case demonstrates T-FORCE and InWin’s dedication to meeting the needs of gamers. It supports E-ATX motherboards (12″ x 13″) and high-end system installations and will provide users with plenty of room for expansion as it’s equipped with multiple slots for 3.5″/2.5″ storage devices. In addition, the InWin 216 supports both vertical and horizontal GPU placement. Users can choose their preferred placement and display their eye-catching GPU in the most elegant fashion.

T-FORCE x InWin 216 Case can be equipped with up to six fans, attaching them on the front, rear, or top of the chassis. Its sleek, unobstructed airflow design helps remove excess heat from the interior of the case, providing superb cooling performance, and its carefully optimized interior space supports the installation of various high-end hardware. With its first-rate cooling performance and excellent compatibility, the T-FORCE x InWin 216 Case is a top-notch choice for any gamer.”

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Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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