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Rosewill Cullinan MX Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: 1 week, 4 days ago
TweakTown Rating: 98%Manufacturer: Rosewill

Inside the Cullinan MX

 

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Pulling the bezel off and exposing the front of the chassis, we have much to discuss. No wires are connected to the bezel, which is great. The front of the chassis uses a magnetically attached dust filter, which makes cleaning a breeze. We also see the fans supplied in the chassis along with the slots on either side of it to allow 140mm fans and at various locations for both fan sizes.

 

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Initial impressions of the vast open cavity are nice, and this may spark a moment of déjà vu too. However, many times we have seen that motherboard tray is inconsequential at this point, as we would like to direct your attention to how unique that PSU cover is.

 

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Hanging inside of the front of the chassis is this trio of 120mm fans. Specifically, they are the Rosewill DF1202512SELN fans which are made of black frames and clear blades, and are also RGB LED illuminated around the edge of the frames.

 

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The honeycomb mesh is wide open for good airflow out the top of the chassis, and without pets or children, it may be best to remove the dust filter to get the best potential. The top will also house 120mm or 140mm fans, and they can be placed towards the left of the chassis, or set back a bit further to the right side of the case too.

 

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No matter how many times we have shown you a similar image to this, we will admit that the design is fair for the market. The CPU cooler access hole is large and can be used for wire managing Mini-ITX motherboards. There are six holes to pass wires through, although none of them have grommets, and many places to tie up wires too.

 

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The PSU cover is something we have not seen so far. The front of the cover has a removable panel for AIO installations, and we can see the screws which allow the HDD cage to be removed. The pair of plates on top of the cover can be used for 80mm fans, or 3.5" HDDs, or 2.5" drives, and can even be used to support pumps and reservoirs. The vertical bit of the cover has three panels, which can be used for 80mm fans or you can attach 2.5" drives to it, but all wires need to go to the right to get behind the cover.

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