Rosewill MicroATX迷你电脑主机壳 双风扇
• Type: Mini-ITX Tower
• Color: Black
• Case Material: Steel / Plastic
• With Power Supply: No
• Power Supply Mounted: Top
• Motherboard Compatibility: Micro-ATX / Mini-ITX
• Side Panel Window: No
- External 5.25" Drive Bays: 1
- External 3.5" Drive Bays: No
- Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 2 (0)
- Internal 2.5" Drive Bays: 0 (2)
- Expansion Slots: 4
• Front Ports: 1 x USB 3.0 / 2 x USB 2.0 / Audio
• Cooling System
- 80mm Fans: 1 x Rear (pre-installed)
- 140mm Fans: 1 x Front (Optional)
- Side Air Duct: No
• Dimensions (H x W x D): 13.98" x 6.69" x 13.19"
• NOTICE: Please make sure your motherboard equipped with on-board USB 3.0 socket before purchasing.
• Ideal for Intel & AMD Systems.
• Sturdy Construction.
• Supports mainboard up to Micro ATX.
• Supports standard ATX PS2 Power Supply.
• Supports Graphics Card up to 11.81" (300 mm) long.
• I/O Ports:
• USB 2.0 x 2, USB 3.0 x 1, Audio Out, MIC in
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I was initially worried about it not fitting the massive Cooler Master Hyper T4 heat sink but it fit nicely. There's even a few mm of clearance left. I had no problem fitting everything in including an EVGA Nvidia GTX 750Ti FTW card. I was able to install a 2.5 SSD on the swinging door, however, I couldn't install a 3.5" drive there. The door would hit either the heat sink or the video card so I installed it right under the optical drive which was perfect!
At $30, this case is amazing, came with mounting screws for the motherboard and drives. Packaging was good, no damages upon arrival. Two thumbs up!
Cons: 1 Tight fit between some tall heat sink RAM, HDD, and DVD. I'd advise to install HDD and DVD drives first
2 PCI slots are sharp and they can't be replaced after removing them so be careful
3 No intake holes for the front fan to get good air flow
Other Thoughts: This is a great case for the PRICE. When building your PC make sure you purchase the right size case ( look at your motherboard form factor). Don't leave negative feedback on a Mini Tower case, when you should have purchased a full tower in the first place. Those that are complaining about the case being flimsy; Sure, it isn't rock solid, but go look at a Nzxt h440, Fractal Design Define R5 etc PRICES, and come back and tell me this is not a good deal I mean, what are you doing with your PC case? if you're not propping your feet up on it, it should last a long time. Take care of your parts, and you don't have to whine about little things like a flimsy side panel on a case that is 20 to 50 dollers. I just needed an up to date PC with the ability to upgrade soon if needed. This case allows me to have my basic build for a price that doesn't hurt my wallet should I need to purchase a larger case in the future. Please stop writing negative reviews on items on Amazon/Newegg. It makes it harder for people to purchase a 5 stars/egg item when people are giving it 1 stars/eggs because it didn't come with LED's or seven case fans
PS. Sorry for my poor picture quality and a dirty PC. I have been using the case for 2 to 3 months
The one I got, Rosewill SRM-01, came with a USB 3.0 cable, and the connector on the side of the case. Came with bronze mobo standoffs and a coupe black screws.
There is a flip out side panel, after you remove the main panel, and remove two additional screws. This one has a few holes in it, and you can attach an SSD drive to it if you lay flat. See pictures for panel.
May do that in my setup. The wholes are for looks or ventilation, because they did not line up with SSD. Really minor to drill the panel and should be all set. Going this route would provide more space cables, or a larger mechanical drive in the HD case.
I took the chrome IO panel the mobo came with, and immediately painted it black to match the case.
The only struggle is cable management. Had a full ATX power supply non-modular. The cable bundle has to be routed through the HD cage.
There is a slot in the cage, and I feed the unused cables through it, I just zip tied them after doing that.
Installed a Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 and an AMD FX-6300. The power, and led leads on this one are at the edge that is close to the bottom of the case. Had to the flashlight on my phone to see what's what, but overall nothing too tedious.
I love the look of this case, very professional and minimalist.
-Sick look and feel to the outside of case (although the front panel is plastic that looks like a brushed metal)
-Big power button, very small reset button (which prevents button mistakes)
-3 USB ports on the front
-VERY CRAMPED INSIDES. After installing my graphics card, I almost couldn't fit my SSD in the designated installation bay. I REALLY had to squeeze the crap out of my graphics card and the wires that were connected to it. It would have been IMPOSSIBLE to install an actual 3.5 inch hard drive in the same place.
-Speaking of hard drives, it is also impossible to install a CD reader, as all the wires are stuffed into that bay.
-Uneven power button (no big deal)
-Feet at the bottom of the case are uneven, the case stands still but can teeter left/right
I have only had the case for about 3 hours and will be updating as I see fit. Though there are some disadvantages, I am happy with my purchase and the price I paid.
POSITIVE UPDATE AFTER 2 DAYS:
I specifically wanted to update this review after paying special attention to the air flow in the case. Although all the components are stuffed into the case without much room between them, there is almost NO sound coming from any of the fans. After some decent amount of cable management through the cutouts in the case, there is PLENTY of air flow to keep my PC cool and quiet. This is a really good sign for the future of my gaming rig. Though putting the motherboard under the power supply is a crappy flaw, since the GPU is heated up at the bottom of the case. Still not much of a problem.
UPDATE 1/20/2016 (I added an extra star for this):
After removing the front panel, I found an empty spot for a 120mm FAN!!!! This case already had great air flow, keeping my 280x at/under 64 degrees with a single fan, I can't wait to buy another fan to see what this baby can really do!
I have turned this case on its side and placed a 120mm fan on the side vent as exhaust. All other holes are passive intake. This is the most efficient setup I've created with this case, really the best price to performance you can get.