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Rosewill Cullinan MX Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: 1 week ago
TweakTown Rating: 98%Manufacturer: Rosewill

Rosewill Cullinan MX Mid-Tower Chassis

 

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The front of the Cullinan MX is sleek and simplistic in design. A super thin bezel of black plastic surrounds the edges of the tempered glass, which offers a bit of a view of the interior, and also has the Rosewill name and logo painted in white at the bottom.

 

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The front I/O panel is attached to the chassis, and the front bezel has been cut to go around it. On the left, we see the three-position fan controller and the pair of HD Audio jacks. In the center is the larger power button with a blue LED ring around it showing chassis power, while the smaller reset button is to the right with its red LED ring for HDD activity. At the right, we then locate a pair of USB 3.0 ports with a pair of USB 2.0 ports at the end.

 

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The top of the chassis has thick steel sections at the front and back, with thin sides, all surrounding the fine mesh dust cover. The dust cover is magnetically applied and makes adding fans or AIOs very simple to accomplish.

 

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The left side of the chassis is completely covered with tempered glass, is screwed onto the chassis at the four corners, but unlike the front panel, there is no black paint blocking the view of the chassis frame. We can also see that the bulk of the front bezel is opened up to allow as much air into the front of the chassis as possible.

 

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At the back of the Cullinan MX, we find that fan and the rear I/O set high in the chassis, which does not leave much room for extra cooling options at the top, but then we move down and see ten expansion slots in this mid-tower. The bottom of the chassis is where the PSU is to be placed, and we can see just a bit of the dust filter under it.

 

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The right side of the chassis mimics what we saw on the left, down to every detail. The only thing which changes besides the way the case is facing is that you can see the back of the motherboard tray. It allows users to show off the fan hub, 2.5" drives, and also their wire management skills.

 

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Supporting the chassis are chunky rectangular feet with long oval rubber pads on them to give some grip and stability. On either side of the dust filter, we see the bumps in the steel which support the PSU on the inside, but in front of it all, we also find grommets which allow a 3.5" drive to mount to the floor of the Cullinan MX.

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