• Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
  • Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
  • Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
  • Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
  • Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
  • Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
  • Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
  • Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
  • Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus
Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus

Rosewill ATX Case, Mid Tower Case with Blue LED Fan/Gaming Case for PC with Side Window Panel & 3 Fans Pre-Installed, Computer Case 2 x USB3.0 Port - Nautilus

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  • Stylish and Neat Design for a computer gaming case: ROSEWILL NAUTILUS comes with a magnificent design with Blue LED fans in the front. It offers not only the ultimate gaming experience but also the supreme glance for your desktop.
  • Multiple I/O Ports and Tool-less Design docking station: With Top-mounted I/O Ports - USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, Audio In/Out, the gaming mid-tower gives users the best convenience to their gaming system and the Tool-Less Design of 3.5"/5.25" HDD station offers the ease of use to access the PC
  • Dimension (H x W x D: inch/cm): 19.69 Inch x 7.64 Inch x 17.72 Inch ; Motherboard Compatibility: ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
  • Optimized Ventilation: 3 Pre-installed Fans, including two 120 mm Blue LED Fans in the Front and one 120mm Fan in the Rear offers excellent airflow makes it an outstanding ATX gaming case. Gamers can also install the CPU cooler up to 154 mm for your system
  • Tremendous Expansion: Supporting up to 154 mm CPU Cooler, up to 380 mm Graphics Card and multiple PCI-E Slot (7) provides gamers more flexibility to upgrade their system for speedy and exciting practice.

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Good case for the price. This case is better than I thought it would be. The stock fans have been quiet thus far, but I am controlling them from the motherboard and they have yet to see 100% speed. The metal is thin, but that did help with the PCI knockouts as they were very easy to remove. I am using a USB optical drive that I bought for my laptop, but for those that are saying the 5 1/4" bay is too small, you MUST remove the front bezel from the case to install the drive, not just the knockout for drive operation, but the entire front bezel. Once the drive is installed you can reinstall the front bezel with the knockout removed. Cable management could have been better, but it sufficed. It would be best if you got a modular power supply with this case. I had troubles getting all my excess cables tidied up. My biggest complaint is that the side panels do not have "handles" for easier removal. Granted, mine slide fairly easily, but i had rather not try and dig at the edges or put much pressure on the sides knowing how thin the metal is. Once assembled that case looks great, the fans light up, but are not so overbearing to keep you awake at night. The amber LED for the HDD activity is a little strange given all other LED's are blue, but nothing jarring as it and the power LED are on the top of the case.Additional information--Just added a Cooler Master MasterLiquid Light 120 water cooler. There is not enough room under the upper bezel for a standard 120mm fan to be on top in pull configuration. Also, due to the CPU power connector on the AMD A4 motherboard being in the top, rear corner, I could not mount the 120mm radiator and fan in the rear position, it had to be mounted in the front part of the top of the case due to clearance. 4Great Case for different configurations Let me tell you this is one of the best cases that I ever got it since it allows several configurations and you can fit pretty much everything in it. I went ahead and got an RGB set of Fans in order to make this case look cooler so my pictures do not show the included blue fans.Why I like this case.1. It has a DVD port,2. 2 Front, 1 back, and 2 top fans port all 120mm (read disclousure later for the top panels)3. No tool hard Drive mounting system. But you do need tools if you are going to mount 2.5 SSD drives.4. Plenty of space for Graphic cards and After market CPU coolers.5. Cable management system is good, but might be a little tight if you don't get a modular PSU. I made mine work by using the bottom 3.5 hard drive tray to store all the unused PSU cables, that you can't see via the side window.6. SIDE WINDOW IS AWESOME!Warnings.1. If you are going to use a DVD drive you will block one of the top Fan Panels so you will only be able to use one (not really an issue for me since I didn't want to install a any radiators). But if you do, you have to choose either DVD drive or Top Radiator. Note: You can still mount the radiator on the front but you have to make sure your water cooling system will reach.2. The finish is Piano black, aka a finger print magnet. If you are like me a use your computer to play old CD/DVD games you might end up putting some finger prints there (as you can see on one of my pictures).3. If you plan to install a DVD drive you need to remove the front panel first, then top panel, mount the drive, and reroute the Power, Reset, USB 2 and 3 cables. I noticed several comments about not being able to use the dvd drive. The way these cables are routed I believe is to allow a top radiator mount.4. If you are removing the top panel you need to remove the Front Panel first (and put them back in Top first and then front).Cons.1. I don't really have any cons, but if you ask me I would probably make the front panel design a little different to allow the top fan to work without any blockage. It has about 1 inch clearance between the panel and where the fan is mounted so I believe the airflow interference is minimum, but for RGB LED fans it does block some of the light. 5THE BEST CASE WITHIN THE $50 PRICE RANGE, HANDS DOWN! I went with the Bradley M from Rosewill because it was well within my price range @ around $40. I was doing a lot of research prior to buying this case, and looked at several other options from manufacturers like DIYPC, Corsair, Cougar and Raidmax. Between all of them, the Rosewill Bradley M stood out to me the most. Although the side window is acrylic, it's a very nice touch to look and showoff your build on the inside but it does scratch easily! I've used a few other Rosewill components before and the quality is top notch. The Bradley M is no different. For being a budget case, it's actually quite solid! The side panels are thin but have literally no flex at all! And the chassis without the side panels is actually quite rigid! Arrived undamaged, it also came with a useful manual and of course some hardware like zip ties for cable management and standoffs to install your motherboard. I swapped out the 2 front blue LED fans for some green LED fans easily. The front panel is very easy to take off and put back on. There's are also top and bottom dust filters but, THERE IS NO FRONT DUST FILTER! The dust does accumulate easy, but it shouldn't be an issue as long as you're dusting out your computer once in a while. If you're that worried about dust you can buy 120mm fan dust filters to install in front of the fans. But your airflow might be affected. Another plus for the Bradley M is that the pci slot covers are replaceable, they are not irreplaceable punch out pci slot covers! On the other side, the cable management is easy in this case even with a non-modular PSU, plenty of feed holes and no sharp edges. I'm glad I went with this case for my first build! I've had it for about 6 months now and it's been great! My side panel has scratched a bit but it's not too noticeable! 5Challenger S - Great Features, Awesome Value Form factor is spot on. Fits my micro-ATX MSI B85 LG1150 mobo great, as well as my PNY GTX 770 GPU. Lots of clearance to the back of the case.I love the HDD/SDD mounting system. I'm somewhat familiar with Corsair cases, most of those that I've seen use sliding disk trays that hold the 3.5" disks and move in/out of the case. However, this Rosewill system just takes the drive on built-in rails, nice and secure. Love that when I'm wiring everything up. If I remember right, the optical bay has the same mounting. In addition to the solid 3.5" mounts, there are two screw-and-latch mounts atop the HDD and hanging below the optical bay for 2.5" drives. I use an SSD in the bottom one, haven't tried laptop HDD yet.LEDs inside the front-mounted fans are nifty but not my cup of tea. Space for two fans on the top (can't tell you measurements, same size as included on the back), mounting holes for a larger fan on the side panel would be great. But with the right size fan, the air holes would do well enough. In general, included fans aren't noisy at all.Optical drive covers are stylish and not too hard to remove, just look in the instruction manual. Cable management was decent, I'm not religious about that. Sure wish it had a second USB 3.0 on the front, though. There's a bit of a shelf to separate full ATX mobos from the power supply. Came with a plethora of screws, mobo spacers, and some zip ties, and a short/sweet instruction manual. Even has a motherboard speaker, mostly helpful when building a new system.As far as cons go, the front fan cables were longer than I needed and it got crowded. In their defense, they have 4-pin Molex as well as mobo power connectivity. Nice plus. Again, really wish I could have an additional USB 3.0 front port, but the low cost of the tower outweighed that. There's no processor indicator, which doesn't matter too much to me, I use Rainmeter on both monitors anyway.9/10, have recommended already. 5No flow. The case is attractive because , hey, it comes with three fans with support for two more and rads, too!The reality is that even with every fan space used and fans maxed.... AIR FLOW SUCKS IN THIS CASE! The slanted plastic front cover you can see in the pictures blocks at least half of one of the front fans. THere is essentially the same problem on the top of the case, too. Cable management is a pain in the butt.. yeah there is space behind the MOBO for cables, but its thin.I will be replacing this case as soon as budget allows. 3Decent case if you get it cheap Decent Case. If youre in the market for a cheap case, this is a good one. I got it from Amazon Marketplace at $30. I wouldnt pay over $35.Pros: (Not all inclusive)3 fans included (all 3 have 3pin connectors, two also have molex)Decent air flowMesh air filtersMotherboard standoffs already mountedSide windowCons:It says you can mount two fans on the top, one has ZERO exaust space, it is completely covered up...The HDD cage has rivets to hold it in, removing it is not easy and requires a drillThe CPU cable must be run through the cutout BEFORE you install the motherboard or the connector won't pass throught the openingThe cable management area is tight, even with the protruding back pannel, I had to work it on. Make sure you get your cables as flat as possible back there.InformationalYou wont be able to install a radiator on the back and top in push/pull. You can have one in push, and one in Push/Pull.Having a 240mm on top would be un-advised as 120mm of space has to exit. I dont think a 240 on the front would fit, but I didnt try. 4Mounting holes may need a little more force when installing the board but otherwise it is a very nice case to build with. My brother bought this as apart of his custom PC project:Case: Rosewill ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case, Gaming Case with Blue LED for Desktop/PC and 3 Case Fans Pre-Installed, Front I/O Access Ports (CHALLENGER S)Motherboard: MSI ProSeries AMD Ryzen B350 DDR4 VR Ready HDMI USB 3 micro-ATX Motherboard (B350M PRO-VDH)CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor with Radeon Vega 8 GraphicsGPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SC GAMING, 4GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card 04G-P4-6253-KRRAM:Patriot Memory Signature Line DDR4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 2400MHz UDIMM Dual Module Kit with Heatshield - PSD416G2400KHPower Supply: EVGA 500 W1, 80+ WHITE 500W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0500-KR, BlackThe case fit all of this perfectly, he even had extra areas and nooks too place extra wires and cords. Very good case with 3 Fans and ways to cable manage. 4Does the job but could be better designed Came with all the hardware needed to complete a good looking PC. USB cabling had to be re-routed to get them out of the way of the single CD mount. The case top-mounted power and reset switches are asking to be pressed accidentally. The supplied fans are limited to 1200 RPM and should be replaced with 1600 RPM fans when overclocking. I rigged a flip cover out of a piece of packing plastic to protect the power switch. The front and top covers come off easily for cleaning and service. Although the fans come with LED lighting and the ASUS MB I used has the lighting control option, I don't really care about that feature. A positive is the light weight durable plastic which makes the whole PC very easy to carry. The top filtered ventilation for adding liquid cooling fan kits is asking for something to be spilled into the unprotected PC internals so if you have bad habits with cups and ash trays or food, you might want to stay away from cases designed for liquid cooling and get a solid case top instead and use the clever Corsair water cooler which mounts in place of a side or rear fan. The top USB connectors are convenient but vulnerable. The bottom front case fan blowing over the HD mounts is not very effective for cooling so is best to use SSD and realize the HD mounts pretty much keep the bottom fan flow from reaching any other part of the case placing 75% of the cooling burden on the rear and top front fans. 3My first build Just finished my first build and I must say it went rather smoothly. Having never done this before, I really don't have much to compare it with. And since it was my first build, I didn't want to spend a whole lot of money in case I got hopelessly stuck. So I really don't have anything to care my experience against. But my first impression is that the material and construction is pretty standard for a retail stock low end PC. Meaning that it gets the job done and is sturdy. The case comes with 2 front fans and a rear fan that are very quiet. I got the case for the drive bays. Has three 3.5" , two 2.5", and two external 5.25" bays. I am not using the 5.25" bays but access to the internal ones are straight forward. Cable management was perhaps the most challenging part since I've not done this before. But after I figure out where everything goes and made sure everything worked properly, I was able to zip-tie everything down into a tidy package with relative ease.Now, the problem. After I got everything zip-tied down, I started to do some more thorough testing. I discovered that when I plug headphones into the front panel and plug something into either one of the USB 2 ports, I hear a high pitch screeching through the headphones. Doesn't happen with USB 3 port on the front panel. As soon as I disconnect from the USB 2, it stops. No problem with any of the other USB 2/3 ports or audio outs on motherboard. I am assuming there is a defect with the front panel (w/o the cover). I really don't want to tear the whole thing apart and return the case. I would like them to just send me a new front panel w/ cables (in case that is the problem). Although the USB 2 ports SEEM to be working properly, I am a bit wary of using them now. I contacted support but was directed to contact their warehouse (but they didn't tell me how) and I was told that it is unlikely that I would be able to just get the front panel sent to me. So that wasn't very helpful..... I guess I will try to figure out how to contact their warehouse.... 3EXCELLENT VALUE FOR THE PRICE Pros:-Bare chassis is very light.-Reasonable layout for an ATX MOBO-Front panel USB 2 & 3 with reach enough to get to the bottom of MoBo (where most have the usb ports)-Filtered air inlets for 5.25 bays blanks-Bottom mount Power Supply gives stability to the light chassis-Clean looking chassis-side panel slides into place easily ('ve seen some chassis that aren't so easy to close up e.g. HP)-Mounting holes are well placed and everything lines up wellCons:-Not a lot of cable management options, If your a neat freak it'll tax your wits to keep it clean-No surplus hardware, Don't lose any thing. (A 5mm socket or nut driver will be very useful for standoffs)-That's about all I can think of. Been integrating system since the 8086 days and have seen a wide array or chassis. This one gave me no problems stuffing a basic system (MoBo/Processor, 1 hd, 1 dvd and a decent video ) in and took about 1/2 hour till spinup and another 15 to tie up cables and close it up. 5
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Good case for the price. This case is better than I thought it would be. The stock fans have been quiet thus far, but I am controlling them from the motherboard and they have yet to see 100% speed. The metal is thin, but that did help with the PCI knockouts as they were very easy to remove. I am using a USB optical drive that I bought for my laptop, but for those that are saying the 5 1/4" bay is too small, you MUST remove the front bezel from the case to install the drive, not just the knockout for drive operation, but the entire front bezel. Once the drive is installed you can reinstall the front bezel with the knockout removed. Cable management could have been better, but it sufficed. It would be best if you got a modular power supply with this case. I had troubles getting all my excess cables tidied up. My biggest complaint is that the side panels do not have "handles" for easier removal. Granted, mine slide fairly easily, but i had rather not try and dig at the edges or put much pressure on the sides knowing how thin the metal is. Once assembled that case looks great, the fans light up, but are not so overbearing to keep you awake at night. The amber LED for the HDD activity is a little strange given all other LED's are blue, but nothing jarring as it and the power LED are on the top of the case.Additional information--Just added a Cooler Master MasterLiquid Light 120 water cooler. There is not enough room under the upper bezel for a standard 120mm fan to be on top in pull configuration. Also, due to the CPU power connector on the AMD A4 motherboard being in the top, rear corner, I could not mount the 120mm radiator and fan in the rear position, it had to be mounted in the front part of the top of the case due to clearance. 4Great Case for different configurations Let me tell you this is one of the best cases that I ever got it since it allows several configurations and you can fit pretty much everything in it. I went ahead and got an RGB set of Fans in order to make this case look cooler so my pictures do not show the included blue fans.Why I like this case.1. It has a DVD port,2. 2 Front, 1 back, and 2 top fans port all 120mm (read disclousure later for the top panels)3. No tool hard Drive mounting system. But you do need tools if you are going to mount 2.5 SSD drives.4. Plenty of space for Graphic cards and After market CPU coolers.5. Cable management system is good, but might be a little tight if you don't get a modular PSU. I made mine work by using the bottom 3.5 hard drive tray to store all the unused PSU cables, that you can't see via the side window.6. SIDE WINDOW IS AWESOME!Warnings.1. If you are going to use a DVD drive you will block one of the top Fan Panels so you will only be able to use one (not really an issue for me since I didn't want to install a any radiators). But if you do, you have to choose either DVD drive or Top Radiator. Note: You can still mount the radiator on the front but you have to make sure your water cooling system will reach.2. The finish is Piano black, aka a finger print magnet. If you are like me a use your computer to play old CD/DVD games you might end up putting some finger prints there (as you can see on one of my pictures).3. If you plan to install a DVD drive you need to remove the front panel first, then top panel, mount the drive, and reroute the Power, Reset, USB 2 and 3 cables. I noticed several comments about not being able to use the dvd drive. The way these cables are routed I believe is to allow a top radiator mount.4. If you are removing the top panel you need to remove the Front Panel first (and put them back in Top first and then front).Cons.1. I don't really have any cons, but if you ask me I would probably make the front panel design a little different to allow the top fan to work without any blockage. It has about 1 inch clearance between the panel and where the fan is mounted so I believe the airflow interference is minimum, but for RGB LED fans it does block some of the light. 5THE BEST CASE WITHIN THE $50 PRICE RANGE, HANDS DOWN! I went with the Bradley M from Rosewill because it was well within my price range @ around $40. I was doing a lot of research prior to buying this case, and looked at several other options from manufacturers like DIYPC, Corsair, Cougar and Raidmax. Between all of them, the Rosewill Bradley M stood out to me the most. Although the side window is acrylic, it's a very nice touch to look and showoff your build on the inside but it does scratch easily! I've used a few other Rosewill components before and the quality is top notch. The Bradley M is no different. For being a budget case, it's actually quite solid! The side panels are thin but have literally no flex at all! And the chassis without the side panels is actually quite rigid! Arrived undamaged, it also came with a useful manual and of course some hardware like zip ties for cable management and standoffs to install your motherboard. I swapped out the 2 front blue LED fans for some green LED fans easily. The front panel is very easy to take off and put back on. There's are also top and bottom dust filters but, THERE IS NO FRONT DUST FILTER! The dust does accumulate easy, but it shouldn't be an issue as long as you're dusting out your computer once in a while. If you're that worried about dust you can buy 120mm fan dust filters to install in front of the fans. But your airflow might be affected. Another plus for the Bradley M is that the pci slot covers are replaceable, they are not irreplaceable punch out pci slot covers! On the other side, the cable management is easy in this case even with a non-modular PSU, plenty of feed holes and no sharp edges. I'm glad I went with this case for my first build! I've had it for about 6 months now and it's been great! My side panel has scratched a bit but it's not too noticeable! 5Challenger S - Great Features, Awesome Value Form factor is spot on. Fits my micro-ATX MSI B85 LG1150 mobo great, as well as my PNY GTX 770 GPU. Lots of clearance to the back of the case.I love the HDD/SDD mounting system. I'm somewhat familiar with Corsair cases, most of those that I've seen use sliding disk trays that hold the 3.5" disks and move in/out of the case. However, this Rosewill system just takes the drive on built-in rails, nice and secure. Love that when I'm wiring everything up. If I remember right, the optical bay has the same mounting. In addition to the solid 3.5" mounts, there are two screw-and-latch mounts atop the HDD and hanging below the optical bay for 2.5" drives. I use an SSD in the bottom one, haven't tried laptop HDD yet.LEDs inside the front-mounted fans are nifty but not my cup of tea. Space for two fans on the top (can't tell you measurements, same size as included on the back), mounting holes for a larger fan on the side panel would be great. But with the right size fan, the air holes would do well enough. In general, included fans aren't noisy at all.Optical drive covers are stylish and not too hard to remove, just look in the instruction manual. Cable management was decent, I'm not religious about that. Sure wish it had a second USB 3.0 on the front, though. There's a bit of a shelf to separate full ATX mobos from the power supply. Came with a plethora of screws, mobo spacers, and some zip ties, and a short/sweet instruction manual. Even has a motherboard speaker, mostly helpful when building a new system.As far as cons go, the front fan cables were longer than I needed and it got crowded. In their defense, they have 4-pin Molex as well as mobo power connectivity. Nice plus. Again, really wish I could have an additional USB 3.0 front port, but the low cost of the tower outweighed that. There's no processor indicator, which doesn't matter too much to me, I use Rainmeter on both monitors anyway.9/10, have recommended already. 5No flow. The case is attractive because , hey, it comes with three fans with support for two more and rads, too!The reality is that even with every fan space used and fans maxed.... AIR FLOW SUCKS IN THIS CASE! The slanted plastic front cover you can see in the pictures blocks at least half of one of the front fans. THere is essentially the same problem on the top of the case, too. Cable management is a pain in the butt.. yeah there is space behind the MOBO for cables, but its thin.I will be replacing this case as soon as budget allows. 3Decent case if you get it cheap Decent Case. If youre in the market for a cheap case, this is a good one. I got it from Amazon Marketplace at $30. I wouldnt pay over $35.Pros: (Not all inclusive)3 fans included (all 3 have 3pin connectors, two also have molex)Decent air flowMesh air filtersMotherboard standoffs already mountedSide windowCons:It says you can mount two fans on the top, one has ZERO exaust space, it is completely covered up...The HDD cage has rivets to hold it in, removing it is not easy and requires a drillThe CPU cable must be run through the cutout BEFORE you install the motherboard or the connector won't pass throught the openingThe cable management area is tight, even with the protruding back pannel, I had to work it on. Make sure you get your cables as flat as possible back there.InformationalYou wont be able to install a radiator on the back and top in push/pull. You can have one in push, and one in Push/Pull.Having a 240mm on top would be un-advised as 120mm of space has to exit. I dont think a 240 on the front would fit, but I didnt try. 4Mounting holes may need a little more force when installing the board but otherwise it is a very nice case to build with. My brother bought this as apart of his custom PC project:Case: Rosewill ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case, Gaming Case with Blue LED for Desktop/PC and 3 Case Fans Pre-Installed, Front I/O Access Ports (CHALLENGER S)Motherboard: MSI ProSeries AMD Ryzen B350 DDR4 VR Ready HDMI USB 3 micro-ATX Motherboard (B350M PRO-VDH)CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor with Radeon Vega 8 GraphicsGPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SC GAMING, 4GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card 04G-P4-6253-KRRAM:Patriot Memory Signature Line DDR4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 2400MHz UDIMM Dual Module Kit with Heatshield - PSD416G2400KHPower Supply: EVGA 500 W1, 80+ WHITE 500W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0500-KR, BlackThe case fit all of this perfectly, he even had extra areas and nooks too place extra wires and cords. Very good case with 3 Fans and ways to cable manage. 4Does the job but could be better designed Came with all the hardware needed to complete a good looking PC. USB cabling had to be re-routed to get them out of the way of the single CD mount. The case top-mounted power and reset switches are asking to be pressed accidentally. The supplied fans are limited to 1200 RPM and should be replaced with 1600 RPM fans when overclocking. I rigged a flip cover out of a piece of packing plastic to protect the power switch. The front and top covers come off easily for cleaning and service. Although the fans come with LED lighting and the ASUS MB I used has the lighting control option, I don't really care about that feature. A positive is the light weight durable plastic which makes the whole PC very easy to carry. The top filtered ventilation for adding liquid cooling fan kits is asking for something to be spilled into the unprotected PC internals so if you have bad habits with cups and ash trays or food, you might want to stay away from cases designed for liquid cooling and get a solid case top instead and use the clever Corsair water cooler which mounts in place of a side or rear fan. The top USB connectors are convenient but vulnerable. The bottom front case fan blowing over the HD mounts is not very effective for cooling so is best to use SSD and realize the HD mounts pretty much keep the bottom fan flow from reaching any other part of the case placing 75% of the cooling burden on the rear and top front fans. 3My first build Just finished my first build and I must say it went rather smoothly. Having never done this before, I really don't have much to compare it with. And since it was my first build, I didn't want to spend a whole lot of money in case I got hopelessly stuck. So I really don't have anything to care my experience against. But my first impression is that the material and construction is pretty standard for a retail stock low end PC. Meaning that it gets the job done and is sturdy. The case comes with 2 front fans and a rear fan that are very quiet. I got the case for the drive bays. Has three 3.5" , two 2.5", and two external 5.25" bays. I am not using the 5.25" bays but access to the internal ones are straight forward. Cable management was perhaps the most challenging part since I've not done this before. But after I figure out where everything goes and made sure everything worked properly, I was able to zip-tie everything down into a tidy package with relative ease.Now, the problem. After I got everything zip-tied down, I started to do some more thorough testing. I discovered that when I plug headphones into the front panel and plug something into either one of the USB 2 ports, I hear a high pitch screeching through the headphones. Doesn't happen with USB 3 port on the front panel. As soon as I disconnect from the USB 2, it stops. No problem with any of the other USB 2/3 ports or audio outs on motherboard. I am assuming there is a defect with the front panel (w/o the cover). I really don't want to tear the whole thing apart and return the case. I would like them to just send me a new front panel w/ cables (in case that is the problem). Although the USB 2 ports SEEM to be working properly, I am a bit wary of using them now. I contacted support but was directed to contact their warehouse (but they didn't tell me how) and I was told that it is unlikely that I would be able to just get the front panel sent to me. So that wasn't very helpful..... I guess I will try to figure out how to contact their warehouse.... 3EXCELLENT VALUE FOR THE PRICE Pros:-Bare chassis is very light.-Reasonable layout for an ATX MOBO-Front panel USB 2 & 3 with reach enough to get to the bottom of MoBo (where most have the usb ports)-Filtered air inlets for 5.25 bays blanks-Bottom mount Power Supply gives stability to the light chassis-Clean looking chassis-side panel slides into place easily ('ve seen some chassis that aren't so easy to close up e.g. HP)-Mounting holes are well placed and everything lines up wellCons:-Not a lot of cable management options, If your a neat freak it'll tax your wits to keep it clean-No surplus hardware, Don't lose any thing. (A 5mm socket or nut driver will be very useful for standoffs)-That's about all I can think of. Been integrating system since the 8086 days and have seen a wide array or chassis. This one gave me no problems stuffing a basic system (MoBo/Processor, 1 hd, 1 dvd and a decent video ) in and took about 1/2 hour till spinup and another 15 to tie up cables and close it up. 5
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