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InWin Introduces yet Another Gorgeous Chassis, the 503 Mid-Tower



/ 2 years ago

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InWin has created a lot of amazing PC cases and won almost countless awards for them, and now they’re back with another great looking mainstream case with the name 503. The InWin 503 mid-tower PC chassis comes in two colour choices and it has plenty of room for all your components, even the extra big ones.

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The black and red version of the chassis comes with a red LED fan and the white edition comes with a white LED fan to match the ambience. The extra-large window will give a great view of all your components and the beautiful setup you can create inside this chassis. It is built from strong high-quality SECC steel and the unique tempered glass front will slide down to reveal the 5.25-inch drive bay.

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As previously mentioned, there is plenty of room for all your components in this chassis. You can mount motherboards from mITX up to ATX with 7 expansion slots. Long graphics cards aren’t a problem either with 408mm space for this. CPU heatsinks can be up to 170mm high and there is 27mm of space behind the motherboard to hide away all those ugly and extra cables; we wouldn’t want to display those.

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The front panel is kept simple, but has a backlit power button. There’s also two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 port besides the obligatory two 3.5mm jacks for your headset. The sliding front panel won’t cover the ports when closed, so you don’t need to worry about unplugging everything to hide away your optical drive, fan controller or whatever you might want to put into that 5.25-inch bay.

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To keep everything under proper airflow, the case features two front 120mm intake fans and one rear exhaust 120mm fan.

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Internally you have another two 5.25-inch drive bays for hardware that doesn’t need front access just as there’s room for four 3.5-inch drives and two 2.5-inch drives. The 3.5-inch bays can also be used for 2.5-inch drives and the whole thing is both tool and screw-less.

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You might expect this case to cost an arm and a leg, but the good news is that it won’t. It comes with a highly affordable expected retail price of just $49 USD.


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  • Derrick Cole

    49 usd? i guessed it would cost at least 100 usd…

  • Conservative411

    So? How much did InWin pay for this article? The case looks fine but I have seen even better looking cases 10 years ago. Nothing special about this one.

  • Eoin Mc Namara

    That is a fine and dandy case