Rosewill MicroATX迷你电脑主机壳 双风扇
- 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
- 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0, Audio Out, MIC in
- 80mm Fan at Rear (pre-installed)
• 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
I used a Micro ATX ASRock J3455M Intel Quad-Core Processor J3455 (up to 2.3GHz) Micro ATX Motherboard/CPU Combo. As others advised I installed the Cd/Dvd Writer Component first and then the hard drive prior to installing the mother and lastly the power supply. It was simply easier to get everything in there due to the space restrictions. (There is no room for cable management.) Need a bigger case for that.
I also liked the addition of the front external 3.5 Drive Space as I used a E-SDS USB 3.0 2-Port 3.5 Inch Metal Front Panel USB Hub which fit perfectly and the 3.0 headers worked with the motherboard 20 Pin Connector.
I was sightly confused in attempting to remove the cases front panel. It would have been great, but how ever the front case panel is attached seemed way to complicated for me to remove it without breaking something. Instead I just popped the 3.5 Drive Space and the 5.25" Drive Space from the inside first and then ever so carefully removed the outside coverings.
This build was meant to be basic. I used the built in graphics on the motherboard. If I was going to have a graphics card I surely would spend more on a larger case. But for my needs this worked fine. I knocked a star off due to the lack of airflow on the front fan and for not being to remove the front of the case. Overall it'll be fine.
But keep in mind that this case is really only useful for very basic builds. Not enough room for good airflow if you put a GTX or larger graphics card in there.