Rosewill B2 SPIRIT ATX Full Tower Gaming Computer Case Review
When picking the right case for you, there are so many options and varieties to choose from, but none function better and look sleeker than the Rosewill B2 SPIRIT ATX Full Tower Gaming Computer Case. Full tower gaming computer cases have always been spacious and luxurious, but Rosewill has not only improved upon this concept but also made it much more of an advantage, with space enough for a sophisticated cooling system with multiple fans, a multifaceted storage system or even components enough to turn the simple personal computer into a hardcore no-nonsense gaming machine.
It is compatible with several kinds of motherboards, namely the Micro ATX, the ATX, the Extended ATX, the Extra Large ATX and the HPTX, so you can pick from a variety of motherboards to perform according to your specific preferences. Weighing 39.2 pounds (17.78 kg), it is neither too bulky nor too small for the components to be inserted into it by gamers and PC builders looking to either upgrade or build a personal computer of their own. It has a easy-o-remove top panel, which allows one to access the inner components easily. This is also easier than having an swing door side panel, which would require one to stoop or lay the computer case on its side.
It contains large sized front fans, which keep the internal components cool and prevent the motherboard, GPU, etc. from overheating. These fans are removable as well, in order to facilitate customisation and allow the user freedom of using the computer case as required. It’s Hard Disk Drive bays support 2.5 inches (6.35 cm) to 3.5 inches (8.89 cm) Hard Disk Drives or Solid State Drives and allow for up to 13 Drives to be inserted. There are also 4 ODD bays alongside these. It has a tool-free design, which allows users to easily install and repair components within the computer case without the use of tools, as the screws and bolts securing the chassis are plastic and can easily be snapped open and shut. Its dust filters are easy to access and clean, and it allows for 4 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0, the latter of which is also an audio port.
It is 24 x 9.8 x 22.8 inches (60.96 x 24.89 x 57.9 cm) in dimensions of length, width and height respectively, allowing the user to store more than enough hardware for a hardcore gaming station. It is also not too heavy and is spacious enough for the GTX480 not to touch the Hard Disk Drive bays. This excess of interior space allows for customisation of all kinds and allows for the user to use this chassis for any purpose.
There is enough space within it for a system of liquid cooling tubes, though the large, quiet fans render this unnecessary. With decent cable management and a clean, airy interior, it is a good chassis for any gamer building their first personal computer. Its exterior is polished and classy, with a rubberised finish that adds to its polished look. There is a lot of room for video cards, GPUs and other installations, and proves to do its job well. It has a glass wall, which allows you to look at the components and gives it a classy and expensive look.