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Rosewill Thor V2 Gaming ATX Full Tower Reviews

neofury

A big full tower that looks nice and is pretty good for air cooling.

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Pros: Comes with several fans, is an easy to use case, has great cable management, can switch side panel fan for 4x 120mm fans if need be.

Cons: Some of the fans could be more powerful especially the top exhaust, the back exhaust seems OK.

This case is big, nice looking and has a lot of room for cable management. It will also fit the biggest video cards and heat sinks on the market. If you're looking for a good bang for buck case this is the one for you. The plastic/rubber grommets do come loose easily, but if you're a bit careful and slide them back as you notice them coming off, you won't have any issues. Has a built in fan controller, I use it for my top and side panel fan. Has all the usual bells and whistles such as thumb screws, a back access for the heat sink, bottom mounted PSU. For the price, it's definitely hard to beat, not a perfect case but a great case for the price.
jlpurvis

High Quality Case for a Very Low Price

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Pros: One of the Best at keeping your Temperatures Down, Very quiet even at high speeds. Lots of amazing features for such a low price

Cons: The top and front plastic assemblies come off just a little too easy for my taste. Switch for front fan LED is in an odd place.

There is very comprehensive review of this over at Anandtech and I will say that this case goes above and beyond my expectations for the price. Everything about the case just seeps of quality and thoughtfulness at trying to find the best features for a low price. It has a very solid construction, though I am a little hesitant about the top and front plastic assemblies. Though they are very secure, all it takes is some prying to pop them off. I wouldn't recommend removing them too often to avoid wearing down the plastic tabs that hold it in place. I would have preferred a slightly different method such as screws or squeeze tabs, but as long as they aren't taken off frequently, there...
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