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Rosewill Thor V2 Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case

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Newegg has Rosewill Thor V2 Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case (Black) on for $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive & db1014

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Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case - Supports up to E-ATX / XL-ATX, Comes With Four Fans - 1 x Front Red LED 230mm Fan, 1 x Top 230mm Fan, 1 x Side 230mm Fan, 1 x Rear 140mm Fan - THOR V2

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https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E1681...11-147-053
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Anyone have both this and an Antec Twelve Hundred V3?
Would like to know someone's options on this over the V3.
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I have had both this and the white version for a few years. Both had the rear fan die in them a little over a year of use. The other fans are fine. I didn't notice the case being any louder than most cases. I use the drive bays as well. Lots of options for running cables. It is heavy with no good hand holds as mentioned. But pro tip. Don't move it when its done. The front is all grated so easy to blow out with compressed air and lots of air flow.
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FYI, this case was released before water cooling became a regular thing. Radiator support is quite limited, and you may need to find creative ways to install them.
True. I had to remove a fan and drill a few holes for my 240 mm Thermaltake water cooler. It wasn't too much trouble.
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I've had this case since 2011. It's a decent case if you need lots of room, lots of Hard Drives, and lots of air cooling.

The one downside is it heavy and doesn't have any modern features. AKA no Glass, no internal water cooling mounts, no USB-C.
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I bought this back in 2015 for around $120. Most of this thing is built like a tank. One big issue is the entire top vent assembly is made of plastic, so it's a decent chance if you purchase this, the top will be broken. Luckily rosewill customer service was decent and sent one out to me, got it 3-4 weeks later.

Someone above mentioned water cooling. I have a Corsair h100 cpu cooler with the 2 fans and I was able to mount to top of case with the screws. This case is absolutely massive, so you won't have any issues fitting in boards or cable management. I have a GTX 1080 ti and the water cooler and no issues with space.

Overall I've had a good experience with this case, but the connectors on the front prob need updating...might be best to go with something newer in 2019.
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The Thor V2 is a great case but lacking some important features like a HDD docking port. My all time favorite case from Rosewill was and still is the STEALTH [newegg.com]
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Pretty old and outdated case. In this price range, look at the Phanteks Enthoo Pro for a full tower.
I was actually looking @ Phanteks Enthoo Pro for build I'm working on. What advantages does it have over Rosewill?
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this is an excellent case, been using it for several years now. With the huge fans its very quiet
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this case is about 10 years old and its shitty... pass on it. I own it.
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Been running one for 5 years. It's a good case but I'd probably look for something newer if I were buying now. Paid $90 in Nov 2015.
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any thoughts on https://www.newegg.com/white-raij...66Z28E3002 [newegg.com] ?
That looks pretty tempting (if you like white) and a more manageable size, if you don't need to build a mini server or have a lot of HDs. Having the USB and controls on the front edge, instead of the front or top, doesn't appeal to me. And the weight difference (13lbs or the Raijntek vs 30 for the THOR) makes it seem like it might be a little more flimsy in comparison.

Someone else mentioned the Phanteck Enthoos series, which seems to be a good middle ground; not as big/heavy/roomy as the THOR, but still well built and plenty of expand-ability and modern features, like the Raijntek.

Edit: Here's teh Phanteck Enthoos RGB version (some non-RGB are cheaper). More expensive than the THOR deal, but probably worth watching for those on the fence that think the THOR dosn't quite fit what they need and can wait.
https://www.newegg.com/black-whit...6811854070
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I bought this in 2012 ($129) and still run it for backup/storage.
​Good case if you are serious about making use of it's expandability

It's big, tough and heavy. Moving it makes me nervous as their isn't really a place to grip it but it'd probably survive a drop or two.

It's always been a little noisy but the 4 stock fans do a good job cooling. With the vents open and the fans on high, you'll hear it in the next room.

It's age shows. The ports are a little limited and outdated. The front-forward ports are a little flimsy but only one has really given me any issues with connectivity. I wish it had removable filters.
I got mine in January 2013. It has two removable filters. The front and the bottom.
The front ports are flimsy, I put in a red led stick for additional light. Named the computer demon fire.

The other side is a panel for extra cable storage. Keeps the clutter out. The front top back and bottom are all essentially vents while the top vent fins can be shut. The fans have a speed knob. It's a great case and bigger then you need most likely. Over the years I've noticed it does take up space.
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micro atx!

Am i the only individual who mostly prefers smaller form towers?
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I was actually looking @ Phanteks Enthoo Pro for build I'm working on. What advantages does it have over Rosewill?
We did a build last year with a Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Special Edition Tempered Glass. It also had DVD/BR external drive support. Seemed like a nice quality piece. I did have to order longer SATA cables but that's a pretty minor complaint.

I wouldn't put Phanteks and Rosewill in the same category, though. Some people call Rosewill the 'house brand' of Newegg, whereas Phanteks seems a step above and more similar to Fractal Design cases.
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Probably wanna use this to vacuum the dust from the entire house 😂 man I miss my old V2 😭 we had a good run ❤️
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