The top 915 button is crucial since it controls the ventilation cover and LED lighting effects. Come and explore the versatile functions the 915 has to offer!
Ventilation on Demand
The 915’s top cover will automatically rise when powering on the system, and close when turning it off. A button is provided along the front I/O to manually control the top ventilation cover to suit user’s preferences.
Beat the Heat!
When it’s time to power off your rig, the top panel automatically closes, but will delay approximately 15 seconds (depends on the power supply capacitors). This is to exhaust any residual heat.
Illuminated LED Control
Designed with two lighting modes, the 915 allows users to switch between InWin LED lights and addressable RGB modes to personalize your rig! The 915 hosts 13+ distinctive lighting effects with a variety of luminous styles.
Addressable RGB MODE
To use the addressable features, connect the addressable cable (3-pin, 5V) to a motherboard with addressable headers. If your motherboard doesn’t feature addressable headers, the lighting will be placed on a default setting (InWin LED mode).
The LEDs along the of the front panel serve another purpose other than it’s stunning good looks. It also functions as a system failure indicator. Flashing colors determine the potential problem in order to troubleshoot the issue much easier.