Inside the Cullinan Continued
Behind the motherboard tray, there is 15mm of room for wiring needs. We do find a sticker saying to connect the Molex connection, and once done, each channel on the hub delivers 2.5A maximum. We can also see the hardware in the bottom of the case, tucked into the HDD cage.
The fan hub is not the same as found in the Crystal AI. Even though the idea and amount of fans have not changed, this version offers a dedicated connection for the power input, leaving the 3-pin connections for fans only.
Still near the front of the chassis, just now at the bottom, we run into the HDD cage. In this cage, plastic trays which expand to install hard drives are used, rather than the metal trays we saw last time. If using a longer PSU, the wall closest can be removed, and with it and the trays out of the way, there is loads of room for the PSU and wiring.
Just below the CPU cooler access hole in the motherboard tray, we find three steel trays used to install 2.5" drives. To remove them, you must unscrew the thumbscrews, then lift the trays slightly, and they will then come free of the motherboard tray.
The PSU needs to be slid in from this side, and when using a modular PSU we recommend connecting the ends to the PSU first. At that point, you will slide in the PSU, rest it upon the four support posts, and screw it in from the back of the chassis.
Rosewill may have used all of the same cables and connections as Anidees did, but Rosewill made sure to lengthen all of them. The USB 3.0, cable is black, and so is the HD Audio and USB 2.0. The Molex which powers the fan hub is much longer, this time, even the black ribbon of switch and LED connections is made easier to attach due to the extra length.
PRICING: You can find products similar to this one for sale below.
United States: Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon's website.
United Kingdom: Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon UK's website.
Canada: Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon Canada's website.
- We at TweakTown openly invite the companies who provide us with review samples / who are mentioned or discussed to express their opinion of our content. If any company representative wishes to respond, we will publish the response here.
Latest News Posts
- Destiny 2 replaces major subclasses and abilities
- Far Cry 5 isn't a Western, set in modern day Montana
- Apple could launch the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7S this year
- Lenovo confirms smaller battery for the Moto Z2 Play
- First images of Nokia's upcoming flagship leak
- ASUS RT-AC1900p Wireless Router Review
- GA-Z97X-UD5H-BK with SSD M.2 Plextor M8PeG 256gb. low speed after shut down
- Prey Review: Dark Stars, Darker Thoughts
- Alien Covenant Movie Review
- Custom Storage Unit
- Western Digital sets new standard with latest generation in popular HGST-brand Ultrastar SAS SSD family
- AMD raises expectations for server performance, unveils EPYC processor brand for the datacenter
- HighPoint's SSD7101 PCIe board-sized drive series integrate Samsung 960 NVMe SSDs to deliver groundbreaking performance over 12GB/s
- Micron accelerates all-flash storage speed, performance and value with new flexible petabyte-scale enterprise data center solution
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 and 630 mobile platforms drive advanced photography, enhanced gaming, integrated connectivity and machine learning