A dragon rider is a particular type of glamorous hero, who fundamentally is just a really sociable guy. He feels for the so-called monsters and defends them against the locals attacking. The Dragon Rider is another addition to the Dragon series cases. It's a larger version of the Dragon Slayer and has clear parallels in shape. Whilst the younger brother is purely designed for Micro-ATX motherboards, the Dragon Rider can house Standard-ATX and even E-ATX motherboards. It is a large tower with roomy space conditions. In terms of construction, it is similar to the well-known Maelstrom or Ironclad. But you'll soon realise that this is an entirely modern case. For example because of the I/O panel, which looks like it is just as extensive as usual, but has USB 3.0 connections too. The cooling system has also been upgraded compared to previous Big Tower models with an additional 120x ventilator behind the motherboard. Just like all In Win cases, the Dragon Rider is unique in form.
Expansion Bays:4 (total) / 4 (free) x front accessible - 5.25"¦ 6 (total) / 6 (free) x internal - 3.5"¦ 1 (total) / 1 (free) x internal - 2.5"¦ 1 (total) / 1 (free) x front accessible - 5.25"/ 3.5" shared, Expansion Slot(s):8 Expansion Slot, Interfaces:1 x storage - eSATA - 7 pin external Serial ATA ¦ 2 x SuperSpeed USB 3.0 - 9 pin USB Type A ¦ 2 x audio ¦ 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire) ¦ 2 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 PIN USB Type A, Power Device:No power supply