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Rosewill Aluminum Alloy MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case Cases Legacy V4-B Black
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- Type: MicroATX Mini Tower
- Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX/ITX
- 1 x USB 3.0 Port
- 1 x USB 2.0 Port
- Ideal for Intel & AMD Systems
- Support Standard ATX PSII PSU
- Ventilations for Display Card
- Support up to 3 x 80mm Fans (Optional)
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With its simple surface, subtle curves and attention-grabbing design you'll fall in love with the Rosewill Legacy V4-B Mini-ITX Cube case at first sight. But don't get fooled by its Mini-ITX Cube form factor; it's designed to support high-performance hardware effortlessly. Inside the chassis you'll find room to fit a Micro ATX / ITX motherboard, standard PSII power supply, performance graphics card, and will support up to three 80mm fans. Along with the latest USB 3.0 connectivity on the front panel, the Legacy V4-B is a great choice for your next PC build.
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Only three 80mm fans will fit, but that's not a big deal. I ended up getting three Rosewill 80mm case fans and they are dead silent, so don't let the sizes deter you. A Micro ATX motherboard will fit perfectly fine into the case. Rosewill doesn't make this explicitly known on their website or other stores (it's labeled as Mini ITX). Installation of all parts were extremely easy, and the instruction manual is as simple as can be.
There are no cable management hooks, so you would have to be stuck with using cable ties, which shouldn't be a big deal. There are vents at the bottom of the case where you can use zipties and you should be fine.
The case came with three plastic standoffs for the motherboard and five slots for screws. Which means there was only one slot for the standoff. Guess they just shipped with two extras.
So unless you put this case away from all walls and just have it.. i dunno hanging out in the middle of a table, Id avoid this case.
Such a shame. This would have made a great case if they had just given it space for a front fan. Anything would have helped.
If the manufacturer had instead located the I/O header up a little, problem eliminated.
Beyond that, it appears to be very well made with a precision fit of all components and sufficiently thick aluminum, non unlike a Lian-Li case.
Components I used:
Asus P8H77-M Pro Motherboard
Intel i5-3570k Processor w/ stock heatsink
16 GB Kingston Ram (4 x 4)
Intel 530 Series SSD x 240GB
Seagate 1TB hard drive
Antec Earthwatts 380 PSU
2 – 80 mm fans - old PC Power & Cooling “Silencer” fans
Fits a full size PSU, a ~10" gfx card and plenty of space for HDDs.
Compared to the smaller version of this case (which my GTX 760 didn't fit into) this thing was a pleasure to work with.
Airflow seems great even with the HDD cage installed, zero overheating issues so far.
I opted not to install the ultra bright blue power LED, since the pc sits on my desk and the shine was an eye sore.
Even still, people come over and are extremely curious and impressed by this little unassuming pc.
Couldn't be happier.
For the curious:
Asus GTX 760
1x 3.5" HDD
3x 2.5" HDD
If you're into stark black metal cubes, this case is hard to beat.
One of the best small gaming cases you will find.