• Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
  • Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
  • Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
  • Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
  • Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
  • Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
  • Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
  • Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
  • Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black
Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black

Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case with USB 2.0 Cases Ranger-M Black

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  • Type: MicroATX Mini Tower
  • Front I/O Ports: 2x USB, Audio Out, MIC in
  • Ideal for Intel & AMD Systems
  • 6.89" x 13.86" x 15.26" (W x H x D) (bezel included)
  • 1 x Rear 80mm Fan
  • 1 x Front 120mm Fan

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Simplistic functionality, at a great price! Let's start with the negative, and get that right out of the way. The case does have a bit of lower quality feel, as the metal is lightweight, and the USB ports stick right out to the edge of the case, making it look like they want to pop out. I'm also not a fan of the power supply going in the top, but I can live with it. Other than that, there isn't much else to report. On with the good. I was a little worried about drive space, as I have 3 hard drives, and I needed the 3.5" external bay for a card reader, but it still works because of the mounting points on the bottom for a 3.5" HDD, or a 2.5" SSD. I bought this mainly because I was making some mods on my older work-horse system, and I wanted to add USB 3.0 to the front, and have better air circulation. All-in-all, I can't believe the price of this case is so low, making it a steal of a deal. And on a personal note, I really wish other case manufacturers would take note of this design, and start incorporating it into larger cases. I know a lot of custom builders like the flash and dazzle of weird/bulky looking cases, but there are also a lot of us that just like simplistic functionality. There is nothing special, it is just a black box, inside and out. The USB, audio ports, and power button are on the front, so you have the option of sliding it into a tight desk shelf, without losing the USB ports. It's got an open front vent and fan, for great air flow. If you want you can take the bay locking tabs out, and just use screws. In other words, it's simply functional, but still looks great. 5Great CHEAP Case! I grabbed this on Amazon on sale for $20. I think it normally runs about $30, which is still a good deal in my opinion. I'll summarize the things I really liked:-small size, quite compact for a mATX tower-comes with two case fans that do the job.-good airlfow-low price-really not a bad looking case. Most cheap ones are UGLYNow, people often say "It has no cable management" when reviewing a cheap case. They may or may not be correct, but I can 100% confirm that this case has ZERO cable management in the conventional sense, meaning there is NO space to route ANY cables behind the motherboard tray. HOWEVER, this does not matter for this case and I'll explain why.The power supply mounts up top on this case, which is why the fans and vents are lower set. This also means you can stuff all the PSU cables into the CD drive bay, and wala! No cables messing up your airflow. I actually installed a CD drive into the very top bay and the bay underneath still had plenty of space to store all the extra cables, so there's not need to spend extra money for a modular PSU if you're looking to do a cheap build with this case. I'm super happy with how it turned out, very clean interior with great airflow.The one minor flaw I found in the case was one of the metal grates on the front was not installed properly and was bulging out slightly. I was able to fix it after a couple minutes of fiddling and there is now no visible evidence of any cosmetic flaws.Other random thoughts.... there are no dust filters but it's an easy case to pop open and clean. The little feet on the bottom are pleasantly padded. 10/10 would use for a cheap build again. 5Great Deal on a mid tower case. 80mm and 120mm fans included are a bonus. typical minor fitment woes As is typical for every case made since the 90s, everythings just a tiny bit off, mobo mounts off by a hair, etc.Ive bought hundreds of cases, Inwin, Antec, Cooler-Master, and even some over $500 NZXT ones. One thing they all have in common is run of the mill chinese construction. the fit and finish is tolerable but expect to bend and manipulate things to fit correctly. thin steel allows you to make it work, DO NOT crank down MOBO standoffs or they will strip out, USE THE BRASS standoffs as they are your ground. -ive seen people use the nylon lok standoffs and they are not a good idea as some of these cases can propagate electrical interference, and being basically a faraday cage if you are having problems with random BSOD's try making sure the MOBO is well grounded to the case.Finish looks to be paint, not powder coat, id expect (demand) powder coated exterior on $100 + asesThis case is in the top 10% of better ones, and with the price of 20 bucks, well its a 5 star buy, and with 2 BIG (but very cheap) fans, an 80mm and 120mm, this just saved you 30 bucks on fans, one is LED. one is not, typical chinese fans that may last a couple years or may not.Both of the fans in my last case ordered (this one) had tachs.For 19 bucks it is a steal. And for those that are complaining about no power supply, did you really expect a power supply at this price? NONE of the cheap cases come with power supplies, and if you expected one you should consider a different occupation if youre a systems builder. some of the $50 cases have power supplies, and theyre 230-300 watt, and you suck if you're pawning that garbage off on your customers, as a low end 600 watt modular is the very minimum i use, and that should be sufficient for a basic system. with 800 watts bare minimum for a system with a mid level GPU and multi-core processor. 5Great case, minor issues I purchased this case to utilize in a build for my wife's parents, who didn't need a case with many features. Building in this case was a bit of a challenge, the main issue being the front IO port connectors were too short for the board I was using, and the fact that there wasn't any space behind the tray to route wires. As you can probably tell from the listing, the price is right. Basically, it was like building in a Polaris case from the 90's, but not too bad I got around the IO issue by utilizing some male to female extensions I had already, but be aware that it might be an issue depending on the board you. Also, the fan was bright and looked great, but since it's for my in-laws and they wouldn't have liked that I replaced the fan with some left over Fractal Silent Series fans I had, and they're working great. This case is fragile, especially if you utilize the front floor 2.5" mount, but if it's going to be mostly stationary it will be fine. Another great thing is no vibrations, despite how thin the case is. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a small case that won't get moved around a lot, just be aware that the front IO connectors (USB 2.0, USB 3.0, possibly power / HDD / reset headers) might be too short for the board you're using. 4Can take a brick to the side! I initially bought this case because I was on a budget but I'm really glad I went with it! I've fit two separate motherboards into it and both worked and fit great!Some time later my roommate's meth-head brother broke into our place and decided to chuck a concrete brick at my computer. The case took it like a champ and everything inside still works fine! Definitely worth the purchase to save my equipment from rogue idiots. 5Excellent case! Sturdy, good looking, and quiet fans I like this case. Mainly because it's simple, and perfect for light builds. I'm not sure why people complain about the cable managment so much, because it actualy easy to run the wiring behind the upper hdd holder and hides the main power cables almost entirely. The rest can simply be bundled up and tied to the few hooks on the sides of the case. Looks very neat in the end. The stock fans are quiet and move plenty of air, and the hard drive mount at the bottom is great, it absorbs all vibration from the hdd makig it very quiet. It comes with cable ties and more screws than you even need. It's pretty sturdy and feels well made. For a budget case, this one is great! 5Very cool for mild PC users, beginning gamers, or budget builds! I used this case in a budget build for a friend. Cable management isn't as bad as you would think. If you're only using one optical drive or none at all then there's plenty of space to stuff psu cables. Only hassle was installing the risers but even that was quick. I would recommend installing the optical drives first and then the psu, based on space it seemed to be the best option. For $20 I can't complain. For $300 he got a cool case with led fans, Pentium G4600, 4GB DDR4 2400mhz, 1TB HDD, and I donated my old R7 250 for slightly better graphics. Very happy. 5Decent case with some annoying flaws I got this case on the recommendation of some good chaps at a local, trusted computer repair and custom build store.It was well set up for my mobo and I didn't need to install anything extra for the mobo to fit.The thumb screws were welcome. I had a past PC with them. Useful if you're like me, always tinkering with the machine.My 3 gripes:1. The audio cable from the front of the case is way too short. On my motherboard, it has to connect near the back of the case and every time I have to remove the front panel for whatever reason, the cable gets yanked off its pins.2. Very limited cable management. I had hoped to be able to route much of the cabling on the side below the mobo (far side of the case) but alas! No holes where the power supply cables typically come out of the PSU.3. Crappy positioning of drive bays. My biggest problem is that the drive bays are poorly thought out. Some users (like myself) need multiple HDDs, don't yet use SSDs and still require an optical drive. After a lot of headache, I finally installed all 3 drives. The bottom mount is useless for a SATA HDD because once installed, it is so low that getting a power cord connected is a nightmare, let alone a SATA cable. The power cable in my case, was also pushing against the USB 3.0 connector so I removed it. I ended up having to purchase a 5.25 to 3.5in adapter to mount in one of the top bays.To install, I removed the front PC panel and slid the drives backwards into the case. My hard disks would certainly not get in over my (stock) cooler from inside the case once the mobo was installed.I eventually installed my 2x3.5in HDDs and a DVD writer this way.Note to Rosewill: Very rarely are 5.25in drives used any more (but are necessary for optical drives) so 1x5.25in bay is generally enough. 3.5in drives however, are still prevalent, so why not have more of those in the case? Also, that bottom (floor of case) drive mount feels like a major afterthought. Very poorly implemented.Overall, decent case and the multiple USB3.0 ports are a plus. Since I found a workaround, it is working as intended, but shouldn't have been so difficult to make it work. 3Strong Case ... Not much room I bought the case for a Micro-Atx board and first one I have bought in a long time, it was easy enough to install the motherboard and power supply into it, but then my GPU which measures 11" there about barely fit in and then was pinching wires on the bottom and nothing to tie them too. Drilled two holes in the bottom to run a cable tie to hold them down. I run one DVD player and 1 Blu-Ray player which where fine until I wanted to update my cooling unit for the CPU... I had a problem with the case mostly because of heat.. there is a little fan in the rear but a big fan in the front maybe 120MM but the back one is really small and didn't even fill the pattern of the case, Noticed when the panels were off that my CPU and GPU ran 20 degrees cooler than when they were on. I solved that problem by drilling more holes in the panels on both sides to get more airflow ... case is pretty compact and not enough room to run fans or really cable management ... Ways I would change case to make it better are put some holes in the top above the power supply for it to vent somewhere besides the back and inside the case, more holes in the top even if you couldn't install a fan, put a fan in the back of the case that would at least cover the bolt spread, and put holes on both side panels to allow more air even without fans, feet keep coming off the case and could scratch floor would be better if they were bolted on, I lowered the temp on my GPU and CPU by 16 degrees by the extra ventilation ... put something in or on the bottom to tie cables to, and allow them to be taken away from the blades on the GPU fan... That was the problems I found with the case but to be fair I need to write what I liked about the case, it held both of my DVD players, motherboard easy enough to install, case was small enough to handle and transport but would have been a little better with a top handle. Really like the fan in the front with the LED's ... I am a older gentleman and so I don't game but with the heat from this case probably not a good idea for someone that was. Strong case even after I drilled the holes for ventilation ... case didn't get all dirty with fingerprints as it is a flat black with only the Bezel around the front plastic and shiny. I bought a taller and wider case for the air flow and the fans, but the case has lasted me for a spell, I am not sorry I bought it as it made me think of different ways to do things to make it work .... I prefer to look at the positives and figure out the negatives to make them work, the reason I bought a bigger case besides what I mentioned above is to change to a ATX motherboard and install my NH-C14S cooler, just being honest ... Hoped I helped if you are having air flow problems without fans ... I have a 4 degree difference with the case doors off or on which I can live with... 3Great little case for the money I bought this case on sale for $31.99. I am very happy with what you get for what you pay. This is a quality build case. It might be slightly flimsier than some of the more expensive offerings on the market, but I feel as though it's a solid enough product overall, and is still an excellent offering if you're looking for a budget PC case that won't burn a hole in your wallet.I will say that I'm not particularly a fan of the optical drive bays and HDD bays being a solid part of the case. I wish that they were in some way modifiable, or removable. I ended up having to dremel a small section of the HDD bays to get clearance for my video card.The other gripe I have is that cable management is really pretty awful. There's not much space behind the mother board panel to run cables and when you do run your cables from your PSU to your Mobo the way that they're supposed to be routed there is barely enough space to get the side panel back on. It took a little bit of muscle and tweaking to get the side panel back on correctly. That's a minor annoyance though. You won't likely get an interior build that's perfectly clean of wires with this case, but if perfection is what you're looking for then you should probably be looking at a higher priced case to begin with.Ultimately for the price it's an excellent little case, and great for beginners such as myself to get into PC building. 4
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Simplistic functionality, at a great price! Let's start with the negative, and get that right out of the way. The case does have a bit of lower quality feel, as the metal is lightweight, and the USB ports stick right out to the edge of the case, making it look like they want to pop out. I'm also not a fan of the power supply going in the top, but I can live with it. Other than that, there isn't much else to report. On with the good. I was a little worried about drive space, as I have 3 hard drives, and I needed the 3.5" external bay for a card reader, but it still works because of the mounting points on the bottom for a 3.5" HDD, or a 2.5" SSD. I bought this mainly because I was making some mods on my older work-horse system, and I wanted to add USB 3.0 to the front, and have better air circulation. All-in-all, I can't believe the price of this case is so low, making it a steal of a deal. And on a personal note, I really wish other case manufacturers would take note of this design, and start incorporating it into larger cases. I know a lot of custom builders like the flash and dazzle of weird/bulky looking cases, but there are also a lot of us that just like simplistic functionality. There is nothing special, it is just a black box, inside and out. The USB, audio ports, and power button are on the front, so you have the option of sliding it into a tight desk shelf, without losing the USB ports. It's got an open front vent and fan, for great air flow. If you want you can take the bay locking tabs out, and just use screws. In other words, it's simply functional, but still looks great. 5Great CHEAP Case! I grabbed this on Amazon on sale for $20. I think it normally runs about $30, which is still a good deal in my opinion. I'll summarize the things I really liked:-small size, quite compact for a mATX tower-comes with two case fans that do the job.-good airlfow-low price-really not a bad looking case. Most cheap ones are UGLYNow, people often say "It has no cable management" when reviewing a cheap case. They may or may not be correct, but I can 100% confirm that this case has ZERO cable management in the conventional sense, meaning there is NO space to route ANY cables behind the motherboard tray. HOWEVER, this does not matter for this case and I'll explain why.The power supply mounts up top on this case, which is why the fans and vents are lower set. This also means you can stuff all the PSU cables into the CD drive bay, and wala! No cables messing up your airflow. I actually installed a CD drive into the very top bay and the bay underneath still had plenty of space to store all the extra cables, so there's not need to spend extra money for a modular PSU if you're looking to do a cheap build with this case. I'm super happy with how it turned out, very clean interior with great airflow.The one minor flaw I found in the case was one of the metal grates on the front was not installed properly and was bulging out slightly. I was able to fix it after a couple minutes of fiddling and there is now no visible evidence of any cosmetic flaws.Other random thoughts.... there are no dust filters but it's an easy case to pop open and clean. The little feet on the bottom are pleasantly padded. 10/10 would use for a cheap build again. 5Great Deal on a mid tower case. 80mm and 120mm fans included are a bonus. typical minor fitment woes As is typical for every case made since the 90s, everythings just a tiny bit off, mobo mounts off by a hair, etc.Ive bought hundreds of cases, Inwin, Antec, Cooler-Master, and even some over $500 NZXT ones. One thing they all have in common is run of the mill chinese construction. the fit and finish is tolerable but expect to bend and manipulate things to fit correctly. thin steel allows you to make it work, DO NOT crank down MOBO standoffs or they will strip out, USE THE BRASS standoffs as they are your ground. -ive seen people use the nylon lok standoffs and they are not a good idea as some of these cases can propagate electrical interference, and being basically a faraday cage if you are having problems with random BSOD's try making sure the MOBO is well grounded to the case.Finish looks to be paint, not powder coat, id expect (demand) powder coated exterior on $100 + asesThis case is in the top 10% of better ones, and with the price of 20 bucks, well its a 5 star buy, and with 2 BIG (but very cheap) fans, an 80mm and 120mm, this just saved you 30 bucks on fans, one is LED. one is not, typical chinese fans that may last a couple years or may not.Both of the fans in my last case ordered (this one) had tachs.For 19 bucks it is a steal. And for those that are complaining about no power supply, did you really expect a power supply at this price? NONE of the cheap cases come with power supplies, and if you expected one you should consider a different occupation if youre a systems builder. some of the $50 cases have power supplies, and theyre 230-300 watt, and you suck if you're pawning that garbage off on your customers, as a low end 600 watt modular is the very minimum i use, and that should be sufficient for a basic system. with 800 watts bare minimum for a system with a mid level GPU and multi-core processor. 5Great case, minor issues I purchased this case to utilize in a build for my wife's parents, who didn't need a case with many features. Building in this case was a bit of a challenge, the main issue being the front IO port connectors were too short for the board I was using, and the fact that there wasn't any space behind the tray to route wires. As you can probably tell from the listing, the price is right. Basically, it was like building in a Polaris case from the 90's, but not too bad I got around the IO issue by utilizing some male to female extensions I had already, but be aware that it might be an issue depending on the board you. Also, the fan was bright and looked great, but since it's for my in-laws and they wouldn't have liked that I replaced the fan with some left over Fractal Silent Series fans I had, and they're working great. This case is fragile, especially if you utilize the front floor 2.5" mount, but if it's going to be mostly stationary it will be fine. Another great thing is no vibrations, despite how thin the case is. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a small case that won't get moved around a lot, just be aware that the front IO connectors (USB 2.0, USB 3.0, possibly power / HDD / reset headers) might be too short for the board you're using. 4Can take a brick to the side! I initially bought this case because I was on a budget but I'm really glad I went with it! I've fit two separate motherboards into it and both worked and fit great!Some time later my roommate's meth-head brother broke into our place and decided to chuck a concrete brick at my computer. The case took it like a champ and everything inside still works fine! Definitely worth the purchase to save my equipment from rogue idiots. 5Excellent case! Sturdy, good looking, and quiet fans I like this case. Mainly because it's simple, and perfect for light builds. I'm not sure why people complain about the cable managment so much, because it actualy easy to run the wiring behind the upper hdd holder and hides the main power cables almost entirely. The rest can simply be bundled up and tied to the few hooks on the sides of the case. Looks very neat in the end. The stock fans are quiet and move plenty of air, and the hard drive mount at the bottom is great, it absorbs all vibration from the hdd makig it very quiet. It comes with cable ties and more screws than you even need. It's pretty sturdy and feels well made. For a budget case, this one is great! 5Very cool for mild PC users, beginning gamers, or budget builds! I used this case in a budget build for a friend. Cable management isn't as bad as you would think. If you're only using one optical drive or none at all then there's plenty of space to stuff psu cables. Only hassle was installing the risers but even that was quick. I would recommend installing the optical drives first and then the psu, based on space it seemed to be the best option. For $20 I can't complain. For $300 he got a cool case with led fans, Pentium G4600, 4GB DDR4 2400mhz, 1TB HDD, and I donated my old R7 250 for slightly better graphics. Very happy. 5Decent case with some annoying flaws I got this case on the recommendation of some good chaps at a local, trusted computer repair and custom build store.It was well set up for my mobo and I didn't need to install anything extra for the mobo to fit.The thumb screws were welcome. I had a past PC with them. Useful if you're like me, always tinkering with the machine.My 3 gripes:1. The audio cable from the front of the case is way too short. On my motherboard, it has to connect near the back of the case and every time I have to remove the front panel for whatever reason, the cable gets yanked off its pins.2. Very limited cable management. I had hoped to be able to route much of the cabling on the side below the mobo (far side of the case) but alas! No holes where the power supply cables typically come out of the PSU.3. Crappy positioning of drive bays. My biggest problem is that the drive bays are poorly thought out. Some users (like myself) need multiple HDDs, don't yet use SSDs and still require an optical drive. After a lot of headache, I finally installed all 3 drives. The bottom mount is useless for a SATA HDD because once installed, it is so low that getting a power cord connected is a nightmare, let alone a SATA cable. The power cable in my case, was also pushing against the USB 3.0 connector so I removed it. I ended up having to purchase a 5.25 to 3.5in adapter to mount in one of the top bays.To install, I removed the front PC panel and slid the drives backwards into the case. My hard disks would certainly not get in over my (stock) cooler from inside the case once the mobo was installed.I eventually installed my 2x3.5in HDDs and a DVD writer this way.Note to Rosewill: Very rarely are 5.25in drives used any more (but are necessary for optical drives) so 1x5.25in bay is generally enough. 3.5in drives however, are still prevalent, so why not have more of those in the case? Also, that bottom (floor of case) drive mount feels like a major afterthought. Very poorly implemented.Overall, decent case and the multiple USB3.0 ports are a plus. Since I found a workaround, it is working as intended, but shouldn't have been so difficult to make it work. 3Strong Case ... Not much room I bought the case for a Micro-Atx board and first one I have bought in a long time, it was easy enough to install the motherboard and power supply into it, but then my GPU which measures 11" there about barely fit in and then was pinching wires on the bottom and nothing to tie them too. Drilled two holes in the bottom to run a cable tie to hold them down. I run one DVD player and 1 Blu-Ray player which where fine until I wanted to update my cooling unit for the CPU... I had a problem with the case mostly because of heat.. there is a little fan in the rear but a big fan in the front maybe 120MM but the back one is really small and didn't even fill the pattern of the case, Noticed when the panels were off that my CPU and GPU ran 20 degrees cooler than when they were on. I solved that problem by drilling more holes in the panels on both sides to get more airflow ... case is pretty compact and not enough room to run fans or really cable management ... Ways I would change case to make it better are put some holes in the top above the power supply for it to vent somewhere besides the back and inside the case, more holes in the top even if you couldn't install a fan, put a fan in the back of the case that would at least cover the bolt spread, and put holes on both side panels to allow more air even without fans, feet keep coming off the case and could scratch floor would be better if they were bolted on, I lowered the temp on my GPU and CPU by 16 degrees by the extra ventilation ... put something in or on the bottom to tie cables to, and allow them to be taken away from the blades on the GPU fan... That was the problems I found with the case but to be fair I need to write what I liked about the case, it held both of my DVD players, motherboard easy enough to install, case was small enough to handle and transport but would have been a little better with a top handle. Really like the fan in the front with the LED's ... I am a older gentleman and so I don't game but with the heat from this case probably not a good idea for someone that was. Strong case even after I drilled the holes for ventilation ... case didn't get all dirty with fingerprints as it is a flat black with only the Bezel around the front plastic and shiny. I bought a taller and wider case for the air flow and the fans, but the case has lasted me for a spell, I am not sorry I bought it as it made me think of different ways to do things to make it work .... I prefer to look at the positives and figure out the negatives to make them work, the reason I bought a bigger case besides what I mentioned above is to change to a ATX motherboard and install my NH-C14S cooler, just being honest ... Hoped I helped if you are having air flow problems without fans ... I have a 4 degree difference with the case doors off or on which I can live with... 3Great little case for the money I bought this case on sale for $31.99. I am very happy with what you get for what you pay. This is a quality build case. It might be slightly flimsier than some of the more expensive offerings on the market, but I feel as though it's a solid enough product overall, and is still an excellent offering if you're looking for a budget PC case that won't burn a hole in your wallet.I will say that I'm not particularly a fan of the optical drive bays and HDD bays being a solid part of the case. I wish that they were in some way modifiable, or removable. I ended up having to dremel a small section of the HDD bays to get clearance for my video card.The other gripe I have is that cable management is really pretty awful. There's not much space behind the mother board panel to run cables and when you do run your cables from your PSU to your Mobo the way that they're supposed to be routed there is barely enough space to get the side panel back on. It took a little bit of muscle and tweaking to get the side panel back on correctly. That's a minor annoyance though. You won't likely get an interior build that's perfectly clean of wires with this case, but if perfection is what you're looking for then you should probably be looking at a higher priced case to begin with.Ultimately for the price it's an excellent little case, and great for beginners such as myself to get into PC building. 4
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