To some extent, choosing a tower or computer box is like buying a house: the first thing that catches us is the way it looks, but the most important thing is that it has room for everything we want to put inside and , well, that is within our budget. The InWin brand has taken this idea seriously and presented a new tower that costs what a rental. Named, 928 Super Tower, and price, 999 dollars. It is not yet for sale, but the company has already placed it on its official website with a “Notify Me” button so we do not miss the opportunity to get hold of it. But you will want to know why it costs so much, of course:
Ironies aside, one of the key points of this box is that it is compatible with EEB motherboards, which are larger than ATX, in turn compatible with processors more worthy of a workstation like the Intel Xeon W-3175X with 56 cores. However, the Super Tower supports all kinds of boards up to the mini ITX. On the other hand, it has a double cover for the power supplies, but what really seems to inflate the price is the choice of materials: “The armored housing of the 928 is made of 4 mm anodized brushed aluminum and features tempered glass panels” .
This is what InWin has explained, and although many other boxes also have these materials, it is apparently manufactured “by hand” with diamond-tipped cutters. Of course, it also benefits from RGB lighting to not be left behind. You can see more about the box on the official InWin website.