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Rosewill Cullinan MX Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Nov 13, 2017 4:46 pm
TweakTown Rating: 98%Manufacturer: Rosewill

Inside the Cullinan MX Continued




The rear of the chassis is currently supporting a fourth 120mm RGB fan, and it is pre-wired to the fan hub. Below the fan, we see the ten slots, but to access the vertical slots, you will have to remove the fan to get the screwdriver in line with the screws. As for the horizontal slots, they are accessed outside of the case.





Behind the motherboard tray, we see a lot going on. The front I/O wiring is run through Velcro straps before it leads to the bottom of the case, where we see the box of hardware. The left side of the chassis offers 30mm of room, while the larger section to the right is cut to only 20mm of space.




The large box seen at the left side of the motherboard tray is the fan hub. On the left, we see that the fans are connected with 5-pin connections, not typical to any other fan, but you can install up to eight of these fans to this hub. If for some reason you do not want to use the remote, you do have pad switches which will change the color or mode that the fans RGB LEDs display.




Hanging from under the PSU cover, at the front of the Cullinan MX, we have the HDD cage. Inside of the cage, there is a pair of plastic trays, and both are made to allow for 2.5" or 3.5" drives. This will need to be removed if opting for a 360mm AIO. The Molex power lead is from the fan hub, while another cable runs to the fan speed controller.




At the back of the Cullinan MX, we find plenty of room for the PSU, but we do suggest with modular PSUs, the wires are attached to the unit before installation, especially if you are keeping the HDD cage where it is.




All of the cables are black for the most part, except for the ends of the first couple of cables. The HD Audio and USB 2.0 cables are what we see at the bottom. In the middle is the native USB 3.0 lead, with the button and LED leads coming out as one ribbon cable.

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