Rosewill B2 Spirit HPTX Full-Tower Chassis Review

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Complete System


Our system build took about twenty minutes to complete, which is hardly surprisingly given that it’s almost embarrassing how large this chassis is. The components virtually echo around that cavernous interior.

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There’s a huge amount of room in here for airflow and even more so thanks to the comprehensive cable routing options. Even with a 2/3/4 GPU configuration, you’ll have no problems with space.

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Huge tower coolers will prove no issue here and with robust radiator support, water cooling enthusiasts won’t be left wanting for space either.

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There’s good space for our PSU here, but should you want even more room in the base, either for a larger PSU, base mounted cooling or water cooling hardware installation, you can remove the secondary hard drive bays easily enough.

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Worried about cooling after installing a rack of ten hard drives? There’s a secondary dual-fan bracket to the left of the bays, which will help greatly improve airflow over the drives as well as bringing more air to any expansion cards.

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All panels back in place and we can have to admit, this thing looks pretty epic. So long as you’ve got the space for it, it’s certainly going to make an impressive home for an enthusiast gaming/workstation system.

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And the large and clear side panel window is just the right size and shape to show off all your fancy new hardware too.

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