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Rosewill Dual Fans MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case, Black FBM-02

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  • Type: MicroATX Mini Tower
  • Motherboard Compatibility: MicroATX
  • Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 2
  • Expansion Slots: 4
  • 2 x USB 2.0, Audio In/Out
  • 1 x Rear 80mm Fan
  • 1 x Front 120mm Fan
  • Support standard ATX (PS2 form factor) power supply
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Dimensions 6.89 inches x 13.86 inches x 13.78 inches 13.97 inches x 15.74 inches x 6.61 inches 13.86 inches x 15.26 inches x 6.89 inches 17.5 inches x 18.5 inches x 10.25 inches
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Product Description

The Rosewill FBM-02 is a MicroATX mini tower computer case that blends function with style at an ultra-friendly price point, targeting at HTPC or office use where space efficiency should be given high priority. The dual color schemes on front bezel - brushed silver surface on both ends with dark black in between which resemble the iPhone 5's rear panel, presents understated but stately appeal you should never miss. Inside you'll find sufficient space for MicroATX motherboard and standard ATX (PS2 form factor) power supply. Complete with sturdy construction, efficient cooling and user-friendly front I/O panel, the Rosewill FBM-02 makes a great choice for your next PC build.

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  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 13.8 x 6.9 inches ; 7.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B009NJAE4Q
  • Item model number: FBM-02
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 8, 2012
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Fun Times Mom on September 15, 2013
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I've used both the FBM-01 and FBM-02 case. The only difference is where the USB ports are located. Keep in mind that with the FBM-02, it steals your top to mount a DVD burner, which of course, you mount in the next bay below. In most situations for a floor mount computer, I like the FBM-02 since there is easy access to USB ports. I do slightly like the FBM-01 case better.

The simulated brushed aluminum at top and bottom is actually plastic but looks very nice in person. I suspect over time with a bunch of toe and shoe bumps, it will have a different appearance than worn brushed aluminum.

These are thin metal cases that do the job. They are better than the iMicro Mini ATX case, which I will not use again. The downside is that you really need to spend some time deciding where to place the hard drive since the mother boards that I have been using will block getting out the hard drive with the CPU and Fan easily. IOW, you install the hard drive and DVD burner "first" to be on the safe side.

I mounted an SSD drive to the case by drilling holes. I mounted it close to the fan and avoided the $10 charge for the SSD carrier. (Note... this case, like most, don't include the SSD carrier.. 2.5 to 3.5 inch adapter) Here is how I mounted the SSD (do this before mounting any parts as you will need to vacuum out the metal filings from the drilling):

1) Get 4 standoffs. They are called M3 and have small fine threads. Screw these into the bottom of the SSD. Keep in mind that they may be too long so you may need a small washer to prevent the threads going in to far. They may be hard to find, but I used nylon instead of metal standoffs. Only hand tighten these standoffs.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Pro on June 20, 2013
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Arrived in a well packed box. The case is a basic mini tower, space is a little tight but expected. I was moving form a full tower case wanted to downsize since I had replaced my aging Pentium 4 full atx board for a micro ATX board over a year ago. Installing in the case takes a little planning but is doable, I have two hard drives, and a DVD player. One of the 5.25 inch bays is taken up by the wires for the front USB, power and hard drive LEDs. Do not install the cpu's heatsink until after the hard drives are in. Overall a nice basic case, I like how the chassis fans are securely mounted now my system runs cooler and I can place the system on my desk, instead of having the full tower on the floor, and having the intake fan vacuuming up dust from the carpet. For under $30.00 its a great deal, was able to swap everything into the case quickly with no issues. I was surprised at the quickness of Rosewill shipping the case I ordered in the afternoon and had the case at my house the next day using standard shipping, I live in N. CA and they shipped from the Los Angles area.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Barber on September 19, 2013
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I'm working on my second build and I wanted a mid-size case at a low price. I spotted this one at Amazon and liked its looks. I forget what Amazon charged but it was around $29. It's tough to beat that. The case is just fine for a budget build. The USB cables and front-panel audio cable are fairly long and look long enough to go around the periphery of an uATX board. I like the feel of the big power-button. It has a nice, decisive, "click" to it rather that the mushy feeling a lot of power-buttons have. Another nice thing about the button is that it's round. Square or rectangular buttons often catch or jam in their depressed position. Round buttons are better in this respect. Inside is the usual poly-bag of small hardware and a pamphlet style manual. The inside is 'silver-grey' cold-rolled steel and OK for a budget build. I noticed that their is only one cut-out for a 5 1/4 drive and one for a 3 1/2 drive. Again, fine for a budget build. This case is designed for a top-mounted power-supply and has two fans. One in front, about a 5 inches or 140mm and the rear fan, about 3 inches or 80mm. Their are four rear slots for the board. The bottom has four small rubber feet, which I prefer to the usual hard plastic feet. It's also worth mentioning that the upper 5 1/4 drive space (of two), is actually occupied by the front panel cable and connections. If you want to modify the front panel wiring you can easily gain access to the panel at it's rear which is not always the case with other models. The audio cable supports both HD audio and AC'97. All in all, a nice and good looking case for a budget build. I think this one is a nice value.

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It's February 7th, 2015 and I just ordered a second copy of this case for my latest build. A couple of things worth mentioning.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kyle S. on January 4, 2015
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Great budget case. Despite the overall cost of this being just under $30 to my door step, I'm quite pleased with the quality - you have to keep the price point in mind when making that comment. I've seen a couple reviews here that complained about having to pull the PCI covers off manually, the fact that metal bends, etc, etc. You're buying a $30 case, get real - metal bends on expensive cases as well when you apply non-designed force. I purchased this case to transfer some older gaming components into a portable package for LAN parties, a case that I could rely on yet not shed tears with a scratch or small dent. Running a 500W Raidmax PSU, ASUS 775 motherboard, Intel Q8200 2.3Ghz, 8GB DDR3, MSI R7 265x OC and dual Kingston SSD's - again, dated yet capable components here that fit great.

Fans included in this case are quiet, effective and of impressive quality. The rear fan provided an actual 3-pin connector allowing motherboard control, while the front 120mm fan provided both a 3-pin and 4-pin molex connector - I really didn't anticipate that in this case. No complaints on cooling, quite the opposite. I found the front and rear fans to move a more than adequate amount of air while having needing to strain to hear them. Tactile feel of the large power button (while nit picky) was impressive, some cheaper cases you have to push just right - this feels substantial.

If I had to make one harp on this case, it would have to be the power LED. It's a cool blue color yet is quite bright, lighting up my 15x18' office similar to a night-light. If that isn't a concern, you have nothing else to worry about. Great case, great choice.
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