GamePC heeft een vergelijking rond 4 full towers in elkaar geknutseld. Getest werden de Addtronic 7890a, Élan Vital T15, INWIN Q500a en ProCase 768a. Hier een stuk over de InWin tower, die ook hier in Nederland redelijk goed verkrijgbaar is:
The Q500a can be considered like the A500 but on steroids. If you didn’t read the about the A500 from the first round up, it was basically a very short and sturdy case. But what the A500 lacked was convenience for future upgrades. Now with this Q500a it solves all those problems. The outer shell of the case is basically three-piece deal. Held in by a few screws on the backside of the case, it takes less then a minute to access the inside of the case. The motherboard rests on a removable tray so the first and future motherboard upgrades should be painless ordeal. This case now has the power supply in a different location from where it was in the A500 case. Reason for this was the A500 had the power supply right next to the CPU, which actually made it hard to swap the CPU in/out or just work with other components around it that general location. The case also has shaved edges like the T15 and T10. Internal drive expansion is probably one of the better things in this case, it supports up to five internal 3 ½ drives. Not only that, but it also has one exposed 3½ and five 5¼ slots for use. As for cooling, there are two fans, one on the front and one on the back of the case. Again, not the best in the word, with the correct fans and the neatness case wiring (no spaghetti wiring), airflow should be good enough for any type of setup. The standard Power, HD activity and Turbo led is on the front of the case along with the reset and power on switch. Also like the Élan Vital T15, this case too has security pad lock option that.