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Rosewill Black Gaming ATX Mid Tower Computer Case CHALLENGER
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- Type: ATX Mid Tower
- Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX / ATX
- Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 5
- Expansion Slots: 7
- 2 x USB Ports
- 1 x Front 120mm Blue LED Fan, 1 x Rear 120mm Fan, 1 x Top 140mm Fan
- Screw-less design for 5.25" Devices & 3.5" HDDs
- 2.5" SSD/HDD adapter allows to install 2x 2.5" SSD/HDD into a 3.5" HDD slot
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|Dimensions||17.08 inches x 18.5 inches x 7.48 inches||8 inches x 18 inches x 17 inches||16.06 inches x 17.52 inches x 8.26 inches||16.26 inches x 15.55 inches x 7.28 inches|
|Item Weight||12.76 pounds||16 pounds||11.24 pounds||12.15 pounds|
|Material||SECC Steel||Steel/Plastic||SECC Steel||Information not provided|
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Great Case for Gamers
The Rosewill Challenger mid-tower steel case is ideal for computer builders who’d rather spend their money on the contents than on the case! The mid-tower Challenger offers bays for three 5.25” external, two 3.5” external, and five 3.5” internal drives, and keeps all the system cool with two 120 mm and one 140mm fans as well as side air vents. You’ll get seven full-size expansion slots, and a tray that supports Micro ATX and ATX motherboards. The front panel features two USB 2.0 ports, one e-SATA port and audio jacks. Whether you’re building from scratch or looking to relocate your existing system, the Rosewill Challenger is a great value!
Exceptional Cooling Performance
The Rosewill Challenger features one 140mm top exhaust fan, one 120mm rear exhaust fan and one 120mm front blue LED fan for exceptional cooling performance.
Excellent Expandability with 11 Drive Bays
Featuring three 5.25" external drive bays, and seven 3.5" drive bays (two external and five internal), the Rosewill Challenger provides excellent expandability.
- Case Type: ATX Mid Tower
- Case Material: SECC Steel
- Power Supply Mounted: Bottom
- Motherboard Compatiblity: Micro ATX/ATX
- External 5.25" Drive Bays: 3
- External 3.5" Drive Bays: 2
- Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 5
- Expansion Slots: 7
Top Customer Reviews
so you know what we are dealing with here as far as dimensions go.
- Not too heavy a case (~11 lbs), looks good and is sturdy (yes, I tested that)
- Spacious case - the GTX480 doesn't touch the HDD bays (plenty of room to work inside)
- Comes bundled with big fans 120/140mm (bigger fans = less noise)
- Spacious room for harddrives including dedicated space for your 2.5" SSDs
- Decent cable management system
- Dust trays are a plus for those with pets (including the filter for the power supply)
- Screwless mounts for HDDs
- Almost cut my finger removing the annoying 5.25" bay covers (very bad design Rosewill)
- Plastic screws for the side-panels feel a bit fragile but this is a nitpick
- Side-panels don't slide off easily. Strangely though, it's not hard to put them back on.
In conclusion, with the price I paid ($50), this case is a no-brainer. I noticed a day after
I purchased this case that a newer version came out with frontal USB 3.0 ports. Alas that case
wasn't available for Prime shipping at the time of the purchase. I've almost always used
Antec cases because I'd rather spend money on the components inside but after the last Antec (300),
I am pleased with this case.
On another note, if you buy this case, be aware that the PSU is mounted at the bottom of the case and as such you need to make sure that the PSU you buy has long enough cables to reach the required plugs on your motherboard. Also, this case is a bit higher than your traditional ATX case due to the rubber stands at the bottom of the case which ensure that the PSU dust filter has enough room for ventilation; so it might not necessarily fit where a traditional ATX tower would.
I was overwhelmed with the number of mid-tower cases on the market. I did mid-tower research online for a full 12 hours before running across this one. After rejecting so many others I was very pleased to find this one that had all of the features I had on my wish/need list.
As I keep my desktop computer case inside of a nice oak cabinet piece of furniture with doors I have size restrictions for the tower. I have a maximum depth of about 19". Many cases with the features I wanted were over 19.5". When I saw this one listed as Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 7.5 x 17.1 inches I was so pleased. Not only did I find a case I wanted but my hours and hours of searching finally came to an end. But the size listed here and on other web sites is unfortunately wrong.
Indeed the case is 17.1" tall, and 7.5" wide. But instead of 18.5" deep it is more like 19.125" deep. For most people that isn't an issue but it is for me. I can't close the doors of my cabinet without the danger of breaking an SD card which I have plugged in almost all of the time. I purchased a 90 degree AC power cord so I can push the case 1/2" more into my cabinet which will solve the problem. Had the depth dimension been off a full inch or more I would have had to enlarge the cable routing cutout in the back of my cabinet. But in the end the problem is solved.
What's good about this cabinet for me?
- A power switch that is front mounted. My old mini-tower had a top mounted power switch and on numerous occasions I would shut the computer down just reaching up to rest my arm or to reach for something on top of the case.
- Three 5.25" front slots.Read more ›
PS: I ordered it on 9/19/11, and it was delivered by noon on 9/20/11! That's AWESOME!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As described. Works with no problems, just as I like it. Excellent Amazon product. Note that most components inside this case are not metal but rather plastic. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kubulai
This case is a cheaply fabricated piece of junk. The audio jack shorted my speakers, the front panel audio jacks stopped working, and the front panel USB connections short out,... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Cat O'Ninetails
This is a great case. It's nice and light. Fans are super quiet. To top it off its Addy a really good price.Published 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
This case is a nice size for a gaming computer. Recently swapping out an EVGA GTX 750ti for a GTX 970 SSClk, it's a little tight, but everything fits great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by NR
This is a relatively inexpensive case that works very nicely for me. The front top location of the ports and power switch is a bonus for those who prefer to have their computer... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vection
My only complaint is that the front side USB connector mountings are not designed well. My USB connectors came off the mounted printed circuit board. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Perry Rothenbaum
I had to download software (SpeedFan 4.51) to control the fans, or else one fan runs at 100% all the time, sounding as loud as a jet engine, and another won't turn on at all. Read morePublished 2 months ago by HardlyFatal
Great case! Took me a few to figure out how to get the front fan plugged in but after that the case worked flawlessly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph Shultz