Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case Review
The performance expected out of a computer depends on the person using it, which is why assembled computers are preferred because they give you the liberty to decide what components you want and what isn’t required. The first thing that you need to have is a chassis that lets you install whatever components you like and whichever systems you want to have. Rosewill brings to you the Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case with everything you would need to assemble a PC as per your needs. If you are a gamer, then this is the computer case you can go for. This model comes with the Window Nighthawk 117. It is considered one of the best gaming PC cases. The case is compatible with all kinds of high-end components and helps you build an ultra-performance system which brings a tremendous gaming experience for you. Being an ideal full tower gaming case, it has enormous space in it which helps you expand your realm of features as much as you want.
The Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower shell looks dashing, and you can feel the gaming vibe when you look at it. The design of the case is breathtaking. With a form factor of 9.13 x 22.24 x 23.23 inches and weighing 27.4lbs, it has an aesthetic style to suit your standards. This state of the art design provides you with the limitless expanding capability and also brings you flexible modularity so that you have slots for everything you feel like adding. The NIGHTHAWK 117 has a stylish front panel with a unique top fin toggle. The transparent and hinged side panel is another plus point because you can easily access by releasing the latches. It has a dual blue LED fans at the front which makes it one of the cool shells available online.
The Rosewill computer case is compatible with all the components and has fantastic management layouts for them. There is room for everything like the liquid radiator on the top and an E-ATX motherboard. There are 10 PCIe slots which means you can add long graphic cards up to 420mm and High CPU cooler up to 180mm. The case can support up to eight hard drives and six 140mm fans. There are two USB 3.0 ports, a total of 4 USB 2.0 ports, audio in/out, fan speed control and a hard drive dock on the front panel of the gaming case. There’s even a PSU dust filter at the back.
The case supports all kinds of cooling systems so that you get the liberty to decide what you want. It comes with 5 pre-installed fans, and another fan can be added if you want to leave no space for overheating. The 5 have been arranged to maximise the air flow. Two of them are at the top, 2 at the rear, 2 at front with blue LEDs and 1 optional at the bottom. The wider fan area of this open air computer case allows better airflow to avoid overheating. It even has a slot for a liquid radiating mechanism on the top, and the liquid radiator can go up to 280mm. So, it has an advanced cooling mechanism.