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"LEGO" Case Review: Strange In Win Airforce DIY PC Case
The In Win Airforce case has to be built before being used, adopting a full-on LEGO color scheme (or Gundam) and a unique gimmick for a high price.
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The In Win Airforce case is one part Gundam and one part Lego, appealing to the build-it-yourself crowd even more than normal PC DIY. This case ships assembly required, but at $200, it has to impress to be worth the gimmick. The high airflow fans might be what really got this case its name, as in thermal tests, the Airforce is a show of force.
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NZXT H7 Flow & Elite Case Review: Thermals, Cable Management, & Noise
Views 134K7 hours ago
NZXT just launched its new H7 Flow and H7 Elite cases, ranging from $130 to $200. The H7 Flow is one of the best cases we've looked at in a while, although the Elite misses a step. Sponsor: Montech Century 850 on Amazon: geni.us/s2aV In this review, we're benchmarking the new NZXT H7 Flow and H7 Elite versus some of the other top cases for gaming PCs, including the Phanteks P400A, Fractal Meshi...
AMD's 5+GHz 16-Core Zen 4 CPUs, X670 & B650, Ryzen 7000 & 6000, & AM5
Views 261K12 hours ago
AMD has finally officially announced its Zen 4 CPUs, including a 16-core CPU buried in the footnotes. These are in the Ryzen 7000 desktop line and launch with X670, X670E, and B650. Sponsor: Linode Hosting - get $100 credit with GN (geni.us/UaKrUmF) AMD's Zen 4 CPUs are officially on the way. The release date for Ryzen 7000 CPUs is vaguely "Fall," and thus far, no hard names or prices have been...
"Fixing" the Alienware R13 Dumpster Fire
Views 371K15 hours ago
We're trying to fix the $5000 Alienware R13 for as cheap as possible. The R13 is one of the worst pre-builts we've ever reviewed, so we're trying to see if it's salvageable. Sponsor: be quiet!'s Silent Base 802 geni.us/DaGYu The Alienware pre-built is one of the worst we’ve ever reviewed: using alien technology, they turned an i9 into an i7. Alienware, owned by Dell, seems dead-set on continuin...
HW News - Huge RTX 4090 Coolers, GPUs Are Back in Stock, Intel "Ships" GPUs
Views 309K22 hours ago
Lots of GPU news this week: Intel Arc GPUs are delayed again, AMD revives game bundles and previews RSR improvements, and we have gargantuan RTX 4090 heatsinks. Sponsor: Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 (Amazon) geni.us/RJBy and Arctic MX-5 Thermal Paste (Amazon) - geni.us/EXf0I Get a GN 'Volt' Anti-Static Modmat, our best-selling item for 4 years now and featuring a high-quality work surface with ...
Tear-Down: Sapphire's Excellent Cooler Design on AMD's Hottest GPU (6950 XT Nitro+ Pure)
Views 231K14 days ago
We're tearing apart the Sapphire RX 6950 XT Nitro Pure OC, a high-end card for the new AMD GPU refreshes. The Nitro is built well and has some consumer-focused features. Let's open it up! Sponsor: Lian Li O11D Evo on Amazon geni.us/Nl9W Our full review of the Sapphire RX 6950 XT Nitro Pure is here: clip-share.net/video/WSTmeZXHWyk/video.html We reviewed the RTX 3090 Ti here: clip-share.net/vide...
$1250 AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT GPU Review & Benchmarks (Sapphire Nitro+ Pure)
Views 352K14 days ago
The AMD RX 6950 XT video card launched today. Sapphire sent an RX 6950 XT Nitro Pure for us to review. We're benchmarking it for power, thermals, gaming performance, and more. Sponsor: Linode Hosting - get $100 credit with GN (geni.us/UaKrUmF) We have a tear-down of the Sapphire Nitro Pure coming up! The RX 6950 XT draws a lot of power, but it does depend (to some extent) on which partner model...
Ultra Cheap $23 CPU Cooler Review: Thermalright Assassin Spirit 120 Benchmarks
Views 167K14 days ago
At time of posting, the Thermalright Assassin Spirit 120 is a $21 (it keeps changing!) CPU tower cooler. This review benchmarks it for thermals and more vs. the best CPU coolers. Sponsor: Get 10% off Squarespace purchases (geni.us/BqEpf) Note that there's no included LGA1700 bracket right now. There will be in the future, but for now, they are selling them separately. The Thermalright Assassin ...
HW News - Ryzen 7000 Official News, Slime-Filled Coolers, DDR5 Records, & GN is Hiring
Views 237K14 days ago
In the news this week: GN is hiring, AMD has official Ryzen 7000 news for Dragon Range & Phoenix CPUs, DDR5 speed records broken, and Enermax is facing AIO gunk problems again. Sponsor: Lexar Hades 32GB DDR4 RGB RAM geni.us/iDtEzA4 on Amazon Learn more about the GN job openings here: store.gamersnexus.net/hiring Additional coverage of Limited Run & other bonus videos can be found on our GN Extr...
Good vs. Bad Power Supply Differences Explained by PSU Expert Jonny Guru
Views 166K21 day ago
In this video, we're tearing into the differences between good and bad power supplies, talking PSU design, topologies, and what determines quality in a PSU. Learn about computer PSUs! Sponsor: Get 10% off Squarespace purchases (geni.us/BqEpf) Watch our first video with Jon over here: clip-share.net/video/keMS-4SYGNU/video.html Watch our power supplies playlist here: clip-share.net/video/keMS-4S...
The Worst Pre-Built We've Ever Reviewed: Alienware R13 $5000 Gaming PC Benchmarks
Views 686K21 day ago
The Alienware R13 is easily the worst pre-built gaming PC we've ever reviewed. Dell manages to downclock an i9 to equal an i7 performance instead, yet charges $5000 for the PC. Sponsor: Buy Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut paste on Amazon (geni.us/JMVNtOE) or Hydronaut paste for water cooling (Amazon - geni.us/Fsray) Unfortunately, even spending $5K does not get a good pre-built gaming PC. You'd think ...
HW News - AMD Silently Launches RX 6400, Zen 4 Pre-Production, GPUs Back In Stock
Views 242KMonth ago
In the news this week, Dell plans a proprietary DDR5 solution, rumors for upcoming Intel, AMD, & Nvidia products abound, and we launch a charity shirt in support of kitchens for the hungry. Sponsor: be quiet!'s Silent Base 802 geni.us/DaGYu Our new Hardware Heart charity shirt is available for pre-order now! THESE ARE LIMITED AND WILL ONLY BE MADE ONCE! - store.gamersnexus.net/products/limited-...
Crazy Bad $5000 Alienware Gaming PC: R13 Aurora Tear-Down
Views 953KMonth ago
This tear-down is part 1 of 2 looking at the Alienware Aurora R13, which has a 12900KF and an RTX 3090 for $5000, alongside some very slow DDR5 memory. Use code FAILIENWARE on the GN Store to support us: store.gamersnexus.net/ (10% OFF!) you also get something high-quality in return, like our 3D coaster packs, our tear-down Modmats for PC building, toolkits for GPU disassembly, and more. These ...
Microsoft Banned Us: 40GB RAM Xbox Series X Developer Kit Tear-Down (XDK)
Views 813KMonth ago
We got a Microsoft Xbox XDK (Devkit) for the Series X console, but because it was banned, our only content option was to do a tear-down. We discovered a huge amount of RAM! Sponsor: Montech Century 850 on Amazon: geni.us/s2aV Grab a GN Anti-Static Modmat for tear-down projects like this one! They protect your table and the parts you work on: store.gamersnexus.net/products/modmat-volt-large We j...
Impressive Quality: Hyte Y60 Case Review & Benchmarks vs. O11 Dynamic
Views 269KMonth ago
This is one of the most unique cases we've reviewed in a while. The Hyte Y60 is of high build quality, but also missteps in several key ways. Still, the Y60 does new things in the case market. Sponsor: EVGA X570 Dark: geni.us/C8Tq Hyte is owned by iBUYPOWER, but the difference is that the Hyte team is actually making things that thus far don't fall apart if they're looked at wrong. Hyte has to ...
Power Supply Mistakes, Tier Lists, & Myths, ft. Jonny Guru
Views 233KMonth ago
Power Supply Mistakes, Tier Lists, & Myths, ft. Jonny Guru
HW News - Intel Arc Takes Shots at NVIDIA, Future AMD Technology, Porsche Monitor
Views 348KMonth ago
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AMD Hits Hard: Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU Review & Benchmarks vs. i9-12900KS
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AMD Hits Hard: Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU Review & Benchmarks vs. i9-12900KS
Low-End GPU + Low-End CPU Benchmarks: i3-12100 & R5 5500 + 6500 XT
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Maingear Did It Right: Secret Prebuilt Gaming PC Review ($1700 Vybe)
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AMD Speedruns Destruction of Goodwill (R5 4500 CPU Review)
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What the 5800X Should Have Been: AMD Ryzen 7 5700X CPU Review & Benchmarks
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AMD's Greed: R5 5500 CPU vs. Intel i3-12100F | CPU Review & Benchmarks
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AMD Ryzen 5 5600 vs. i5-12400 & 5600X CPU Review & Benchmarks
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$86 Cheap Intel Gaming CPU Review (Pentium G7400 Benchmarks)
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HW News - More RTX 40 Leaks, Intel 12900KS Fights 5800X3D, New GPU Power Spec
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The 3090 Ti Heat Problem: Supersized Cooler Tear-Down of EVGA FTW3
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EVGA RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 Review & Benchmarks: Power, Thermals, & Overclocking
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Amazon's 5 Most Popular Power Supplies: Budget PSU Round-Up
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Cooler Master Has Lost Its Mind: Overpriced HAF 500 Case Review
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Walmart Gaming PC: How to Do Everything Wrong | Overpowered DTW3
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Stop Doing It Wrong: How to Kill Your CPU Cooler (AIO Mounting Orientation)
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Don't Buy a "Gaming Chair" - Office Chair vs. Gaming Chair Round-Up & Review
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“Too Much Thermal Paste” - Benchmark of Thermal Paste Quantity
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Hilariously Bad Alienware R10 Ryzen PC: $1800 Pre-Built Review
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12 Fans, 0 Airflow: One of the Worst Cases We've Reviewed | Abkoncore Ramesses 780
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How an AMD Ryzen Cooler is Made | Factory Tour (Cooler Master)
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Get It Together, NZXT: BLD PC Undercover Review as a Real Customer
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Best Motherboards for Ryzen 3000 CPUs: X570 vs. X470 & B450
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Newegg's Shocking Incompetence
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Worse Than Walmart: Dell G5 5000 PC’s Garbage Parts & Hidden Charges
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Wasting Money on Power Supplies: How Many Watts You Need for a PC PSU (2020)
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AMD Ryzen 3000 Memory Benchmark & Common RAM Mistakes (fClock, uClock, & mClock)
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Comments

  • The Spicy Swede
    The Spicy Swede 3 hours ago

    Man, that H7 Flow looks really nice. Not worth the upgrade from my LANCOOL II Mesh though! Maybe for my next build I'll consider going with NZXT, I love their radiators and I think getting the NZXT ecosystem going would look amazing in the H7. Great video GN!

  • Justin Vickers
    Justin Vickers 3 hours ago

    Damn, NZXT really just out here addressing the main concerns. Well played

  • Larry Ganz
    Larry Ganz 3 hours ago

    Selling this for $5000 should be a crime.

  • asmi06
    asmi06 3 hours ago

    Looks like InWin tired listening to your complaints about a front panel, which is why they got rid of it altogether :D

  • webeforjesus
    webeforjesus 3 hours ago

    I have the original Arctic Liquid Freezer 120mm rad; it's really thick with fans on each side. It would probably help a lot even if you could only fit one the the fans on it.

  • David Murphy
    David Murphy 3 hours ago

    10:25 Clean that radiator guys! Gross :P

  • Big Boy
    Big Boy 3 hours ago

    dude, it's alienware it's supposed to sound like spacecraft 😅😂🤣

  • Derek
    Derek 3 hours ago

    shutupandtakemymoney.png etc

  • Mike P.
    Mike P. 3 hours ago

    Wonder how well my Thermaltake View 71 compares to others.

  • Mr. Lince
    Mr. Lince 3 hours ago

    better than boring black.... but the last what the word need is more plastic ... but will the voices stop ?

  • Humboldt Oregonian
    Humboldt Oregonian 4 hours ago

    You call that loud? I wish my pc was that quiet. 150mm 2 amp 4000rpms is loud but cool. 50 something db would be a dream.

  • Herne0011
    Herne0011 4 hours ago

    I have had 2 Thermaltake psus CATCH IN FIRE out of the box. Never again. First one caught on fire while new ( I was playing battlefield 2) - took it back to them - they gave me another one - it caught on fire too out of the box. I gave up after that.

  • Cha Ley
    Cha Ley 4 hours ago

    This makes me glad that I built my own system rather than buy a premade one,

  • Terabit
    Terabit 4 hours ago

    Undercover Butcher!

  • Damon Czanik
    Damon Czanik 4 hours ago

    There's a company called CherryTree that builds unique computers. They have a Star Trek Borg ship computer.

  • Satana In the world
    Satana In the world 4 hours ago

    Юдюдщюю Дзюююж

  • Dr. Suds
    Dr. Suds 4 hours ago

    basically my rig right now. only I have a 1080 and a 960 ... cool case. I just have the sides off my case. totally getting a 3080 next week though. this was probably really bad ass in 2018

  • Kindless Thing
    Kindless Thing 4 hours ago

    $2k-.01 for the 4090....

  • GTRGTX999
    GTRGTX999 4 hours ago

    Love the content you guys keep pumping out! Can you guys do an Asus Vento PC Case retro review? Should be interesting haha

  • Taylor Lucy
    Taylor Lucy 5 hours ago

    gave the video a like before even watching for the thumbnail alone XD

  • BlueFoxTV
    BlueFoxTV 5 hours ago

    Lower the price and it may be good. But at 200 most people aren't going to want plastic.

  • Lucian Andries
    Lucian Andries 5 hours ago

    You need to see voices, to make crap like this out of nowhere... 🤦‍♂️

  • War Games
    War Games 5 hours ago

    This PC case kind of reminds me of the Oakley Blades sunglasses made in the 80's where you can buy kits to swipe out the ear and nose pieces to a different color so you would have a unique color style sunglasses.

  • reviewforthetube
    reviewforthetube 5 hours ago

    So worth it lol

  • Kevin hamlett
    Kevin hamlett 5 hours ago

    I don't think it is great because no price break for assembling it yourself. Not to mention no parts for modification. Glue a Lego pad to the case and build off of it.

  • FreeOfLag
    FreeOfLag 5 hours ago

    might be a bad case & stuff and some things they done but the level of detail of everything is crazy.

  • Eric Wood
    Eric Wood 5 hours ago

    $200 for $2 worth of plastic and a pain-in-the-ass assembly process? Eh, I'll pass, thanks.

  • acefighterpilot
    acefighterpilot 5 hours ago

    $200 is the money I would expect, and consider somewhat reasonable, to pay for a case like this if it had licensed some theme related IP.

  • Keith Harrison
    Keith Harrison 5 hours ago

    ALIENWARE has been assimilated. We are the Borg. Lower your shields and surrender your ships. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile.

  • Ghola Tleilaxu
    Ghola Tleilaxu 5 hours ago

    The RTX 4090 is going to be $1699 MSRP.

  • Power Play
    Power Play 5 hours ago

    To me it's just a pile of cheap plastic.

  • Michael McCawley
    Michael McCawley 5 hours ago

    H7 Flow & the H7 that sounds like it's gotta go. ....I'll see my way out now.

  • Menkalinan
    Menkalinan 5 hours ago

    this case is really cool; but it feels like its so close just... not quite there. 140mm fan mounts, vertical gpu options, and more colors.. and i'd be all over it.

  • Miles Carter
    Miles Carter 5 hours ago

    If. It was cheaper, modular, and a normal color. Maaaaybe. Modular as in: can be different sizes or configurations.

  • E-ric
    E-ric 5 hours ago

    Looks like a Fisher Price design.

  • Kevin
    Kevin 6 hours ago

    As gimmick as it is. If that case had 3x140mm fans mounted with 1x120mm I feel it would have topped the chart and that would have offset it’s horrible value and cheap plastic. At 150 dollars this case would be competitive.

  • SR R
    SR R 6 hours ago

    My 4770 non K still run newest AAA with no problems though. At least 60fps im fine. Planning to upgrade to 12700K this summer

  • Blahorga Slisk
    Blahorga Slisk 6 hours ago

    In my experience InWin has two kind of cases. The uninspired but well built ones that has a decent price. And then there's the batshit crazy stuff, some of which just is expensive and crazy and some that's insane both in price, design and functionality. As in not necessarily all that functional but eye catching and obscenely expensive. Still I like them. Usually the manufacturing quality is good, and their crazy is kind of endearing.

  • President JB
    President JB 6 hours ago

    You said pretty 5 times! That's one pretty every 4:40 minutes.

  • melted
    melted 6 hours ago

    great vid. always had it mounted at the top

  • Belizo Alves
    Belizo Alves 6 hours ago

    I Love 'buliding' PCs. Very relaxing.

  • MinyKatana
    MinyKatana 6 hours ago

    My actual case was a flat packed case as well when bought back 10 years or so. The HEX-GEAR R80 with about 26 pounds of steel and aluminium. You could order different top and botom plates for different fan/radiatorsizes. I realy love that case. Sadly Hex-gear is no more. Would love to see it in comparison by you.

  • Digi ViChi
    Digi ViChi 6 hours ago

    so depressing, i got almost suicidal. rip dell (aready gave up with dell since they started to hotglob and even solder components.)

  • Red Racer
    Red Racer 6 hours ago

    That looks gross.

  • Chris Ready
    Chris Ready 7 hours ago

    Thank You for building an honest business, crew and you tube channel. Thanks for working into or through the night instead of signing a bunch of BS reviewer checks and going home. Thanks for putting most all excess into the business and charity. Your viewers can always count on you to give 100% honest feedback and laboratory grade test results. I have yet to find another channel quite like yours. Now get back to work LOL

  • Wom Bat
    Wom Bat 7 hours ago

    Basically it's more expensive than it should be, however if you do buy it, the case does work well. If you paid the expensive price, you don't have to feel guilty about it!

  • XnFM
    XnFM 7 hours ago

    Clickbait title. I was expecting a case with "similar to, but legally distinct from," Lego studs I could build on....

  • Digi ViChi
    Digi ViChi 7 hours ago

    modular case u need to build yourself = win or InWin, the in being for Instand.

  • kgkustomz97ser
    kgkustomz97ser 7 hours ago

    remember when alienware made good stuff??? then dell came along and turned it into dogwater