Rosewill ATX Slim Full Tower Gaming Computer Case with Blue LED Front Fans Case Rise Glow Black
- Type: ATX Full Tower
- Power Supply Mounted: Top or Bottom
- Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX, ATX, E-ATX
- Front Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, 4 x USB 2.0, Audio In/Out
- External 5.25" Drive Bays: 2 (1)
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Install either two HDD or SSD drives on the cage, one more on top and one in the top drive slot.
Install another two SSD drives with the included drive slots.
PSU Dust Filter
Removable dust filter below PSU mount makes it easy to clean out excess dust from underneath the computer case.
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The tower is not as big as my main build (cooler master HAF) but it has plenty of room. the cable management options are just awesome, I was able to get a nice clean wire set up with about 45 minutes of work. They give you a bunch of extra screws and straps, there are plenty of case screws, the SSD mounting is awesome, HDD mounting is nice and easy (theres only 2 bays if you have allot of HDD) I like how there is not a billion bays for drives (this inst 1999 anymore, who needs any other periphial?)
Total transfer from a mid tower cooler master to this was about 45 minutes and that included cleaning everything out with a spray can. The case has great airflow and is super quiet. Looks great and pulls air from front to back.
Would recommend this to anyone looking to get great airflow and who wants a full size tower case for a great price point.
1) It's HUGE. The space gives plenty of room for air-flow and a big motherboard.
2) Plenty of wiring management (holes in the chassis for directing cables to the right places) and a strap that can be used at the top OR the bottom to wrangle the PSU cabling (there are strap holes in both places, just make sure to put the strap in before mounting the PSU!)
3) Many MANY places to mount fans. And not just in the places you'd think you'd need, either. You could setup a cross in/out flow with fans inside the case that are not connected to a vent (which I have done).
4) And this one is really HUGE for me... The power and rested buttons are on the TOP of the case, not the front, where an errant knee might switch off the system. This has been a problem for me with many other cases. I put my PC under my desk, and have had to make cages to go around the power and reset buttons, or, in some cases, replace them with flip switches just so my knee wouldn't accidentally shut down the system or reset it.
Now for the bad stuff...
1) The fans that come standard with this case are EXTREMELY loud. Oiling them doesn't help at all, so I've had to replace every single one of them with something better and quieter.
2) More about the fans, there is a fan power hub, but no controller. Another purchase I've had to make to make this the build I wanted.
3) One more thing about the fans, the rear fan's mounting position is such that the power cable won't reach through the back of the case to where the power hub is mounted. After purchasing some new fans with longer cables, a lot of trial and error, I stumbled upon a fan I really liked, but with a shorter power cable, I simply decided to plug that one into the motherboard.
4) And this is kind of not a biggie... if you give the consumer the option to mount the PSU either on the top or the bottom of the case, why not mirror the top and the bottom as far as the cable management "holes" are concerned. There are two holes in the case at the bottom for cable management, but the ones at the top are barely sufficient for PSU cable management and are more designed to handle the top bays. It's doable, but it's a tight fit.
5) This is the big one, and isn't so much my fault for not really reading the customer reviews, as much as it is the manufacturers fault for being a bit vague in the product description: For as HUGE as this case is, there are only 4 total HD mounts. Yes, you can mount two SSDs on the back of the motherboard plate, but SO WHAT? Only 2 of each 5.25" and 3.5" bays are included. This case is really oddly empty with that little squat 2 bay hard drive cage sitting at the bottom of it. It also seems very odd to have only two 5.25" bays at the top. I'm still trying to find a replacement that will allow me to mount the 6 3.5" hard drives I have, but so far I've had no luck. I'd also like to be able to mount the two BDRs I have as well as my fan controller, but I'm short one bay at the top. If you want more 5.25" bays at the top, you're going to have to get out your Dremel (tm) and cut out a slot.
Normally I’d have walked away, given past experiences with the Rosewill brand, but I said we’d give it a shot.
I’m very glad we did.
The 4 included fans are nice double ring RGB fans, and were neatly wired to the included hub, as were the RGB strips on the side of the case. The included dust filter on the bottom is a nice touch, as it actually is retained well.
The side mount for the radiator was a real treat and gave a neat profile to the rig.
Oh, and the side panels are amazing... the peg-to-hinge design should be more common in cases, as it’s idiot proof and allows for super easy access.
Even the little touches, like the extra zip ties and Velcro ties and even a cloth to clean the glass off... nothing you really don’t already have , but was all used during the install.
They didn’t put their name on the case, but included a case badge that we will be putting on tonight :)
I won’t hesitate to give them a chance in the future. I’m really happy with how it came out for her.