Bij Atomic Geek is vandaag een review te vinden van InWin's S500 case review. Op een paar minpuntjes na zijn ze vrij aardig te spreken over deze kast:
The steel that the case is made from is thick (for a case) and solid. Edges are rolled so the chances of cutting yourself are much reduced compared to a cheapie generic case. In the average week of tech work, I cut myself on cheap cases at least once. If you envision yourself working inside of your case more than once a year, it's a very nice feeling not to worry about case bites. The more open design though, means that the case is not as sturdy as the A500 was due to it's more enclosed construction, but the S500 still feels quite strong..
The power supply itself is a quality Powerman 235W unit. While 235W is a little low if your case is stacked with many extra drives and fans, it will do the job more than well enough for most users. The powerman units run relatively quiet and known to be reliable, which really finishes up the case nicely.
Overall, the S500 is a very impressive case. It's sturdy, roomy, and has great cooling potential right out of the box. If Andrew sticks one of his famous blowholes in the tops of one of these along with the 80mm fans, I'd say it could be a serious overclocker's case. Even if you're not into overclocking though, the design is excellent and this case would be a great choice for anyone who ever needs to work inside of their machine.