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I have purchased it a few days ago for $25, price adjusted. Will receive tomorrow.
It does look like a nice design, better than what Rosewill does at this price range. 120mm fan in the back, not 80/92mm as usual. Front vents with filters, top and bottom filters, PSu on the bottom, rear clearance is good, top clearance for fans is good. It might be a little gem for $20.
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I have purchased it a few days ago for $25, price adjusted. Will receive tomorrow.
It does look like a nice design, better than what Rosewill does at this price range. 120mm fan in the back, not 80/92mm as usual. Front vents with filters, top and bottom filters, PSu on the bottom, rear clearance is good, top clearance for fans is good. It might be a little gem for $20.
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I am waiting for mid tower case..
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I have purchased it a few days ago for $25, price adjusted. Will receive tomorrow.
It does look like a nice design, better than what Rosewill does at this price range. 120mm fan in the back, not 80/92mm as usual. Front vents with filters, top and bottom filters, PSu on the bottom, rear clearance is good, top clearance for fans is good. It might be a little gem for $20.
Assuming that it is a bottom mounted power supply since more of the pictures show it that way. There is one shot from the back that has a different configuration with the opening for a power supply top mounted.
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Assuming that it is a bottom mounted power supply since more of the pictures show it that way. There is one shot from the back that has a different configuration with the opening for a power supply top mounted.
PSU is at the bottom - they used the wrong image.

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Assuming that it is a bottom mounted power supply since more of the pictures show it that way. There is one shot from the back that has a different configuration with the opening for a power supply top mounted.
Yes, I saw that one, they messed up. That picture is from a different case:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
Check the rear shot - it is the same.
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I settled for a $25 DIY PC Ranger Mid-Tower case for my most recent build when it was on sale. This Rosewill at $20 is decent. I am not into all the RGB and flashing lights trend that some people like. I like the simplicity of this case. I also like the Rosewill brand as it normally is a good value brand I would have liked this to have been on sale 3 months ago.
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This looks like a copy of the Fractal Design Define Mini
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Can this accommodate an ATX power supply?
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Can this support a full sized GPU?
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OK, who else looked at this and at first glance thought it was a mini fridge???
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Can this accommodate an ATX power supply?
Specs page says: "Supports Standard ATX (PS2 Form Factor) Power Supply"
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Can this accommodate an ATX power supply?
"Supports Standard ATX (PS2 Form Factor) Power Supply"
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