We don’t see many (if any) Rosewill chassis here in the UK, they’re general import only and that can have a big effect on the price. If you live in the US however then you are likely more than familiar with the brand and one of the more unique chassis they had on offer was the Neutron ITX chassis, with a horizontal motherboard mount, twin fans in the front and the storage under the motherboard, it’s all completely backwards but it reminds me of the Bitfenix Prodigy layout a little, only much much bigger.
Of course some people want more space and if you have a requirement for 10 HDD bays then you really only have one option, The Throne, it’s big, it’s brutal and it looks well and truly dominating.
The Throne also holds a good coat of paint and Rosewill have a heavily modified one on display, which looks simply stunning, I’d deffinately buy one if I could.
I little more understated is the aptly named Stealth, with eight HDD bays, plenty of air filters, robust cable management and room for plenty of extra cooling.
If your feeling a little rich you could always invest in their ergonomic Rise chassis, which as you can see has neatly packed a dual socket motherboard, three Titans, a huge PSU and twin radiators in a pretty compact chassis, impressive.
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