In Win has announced the availability of its new mid-tower ATX 503 chassis, first seen at CES earlier this year.
The case is available in two color variants, black and red with a red LED fan, or white and black with a white LED fan. Both models come with a black matte interior covered by an "extra-large" side tinted window on the left side panel. The 503 is built from from 0.6mm SECC sheet steel and features a tempered glass front-panel. The section can be slid downwards, revealing them single 5.25-inch optical drive bay, and front I/O panel (USB 3.0, USB 2.0, and 3.5mm audio jacks).
The chassis supports ATX, micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, and can fit 408mm long GPUs. It also features four internal 3.5in / 2.5in drive-bays that also come with SATA EZ swap-modules, as well as two added 2.5in mounts. ATX, micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards can be fitted inside and the GPU can measure up to 408mm in length. The case should also accomodate AMD Crossfire and NVidia SLI set-ups. It can also sustain a 170mm CPU heatsink, and 220mm for PSUs (170mm if you want to use the bottom fan mount). Finally, there's a 27mm of space behind the motherboard tray for cable management.
When it comes to cooling, 503 has plenty of venting space available, including 2x120mm spaces at the rear and bottom of the chassis. In Win did not mention if and how many fans are included in the package. As expected, the case is also watercooling ready, with designated spaces, dedicated cut-outs and rubber gromets.
In Win 503 has a MSRP of $49, which is agressively priced considering the design, construction and materials used. Its availability is slated at the end of April or early May.