Thursday, December 20th 2012

Rosewill Unveils the Armor Evolution Mid-Tower Case

Rosewill, the leading brand of PC Components and Peripherals and award-winning power supplies, computer cases, and gaming peripherals, is introducing the Armor Evolution, a Mid-tower with support for E-ATX motherboards. The Armor Evolution is the next generation of Rosewill's Top Selling mid-tower case, Armor. Designed to maximize internal capacity for the ever evolving dimensions of today's and tomorrow's PC components and support for 2 Front USB 3.0 ports.

The Armor Evolution is an Extreme Mid-tower case, perfect for gamers and casual builders because of its sleek appeal, large internal capacity, and competitive pricing.


Performance Cooling

Armor Evolution provides performance cooling out of the box. Pre-installed are Dual Front 120 mm Fans with Red LEDs, 1 Top 120 mm Fan, 1 Rear 120 mm Fan, and a large but quiet 230 mm Side Panel Fan to ensure your components stay cool at all times. The perforated Front Panel compliments the cooling by allowing the fans to draw in cool air efficiently. If the pre-installed fans aren't enough, there are optional slots to install 2 additional Front 120 mm Fans behind the HDD Rack , 1 Bottom 120 mm Fan, and an additional 1 Top 120 mm fan. The large 230 mm side panel fan can be removed to support 4 120 mm in its place.

Expansion and Compatibility

Armor Evolution provides support for Micro ATX, ATX and E-ATX motherboards in a Mid-Tower chassis. Expansion is provided for up to 7 3.5" devices, up to 3 5.2" devices, and expansion slots for up to 7 add-on cards. Tool-less design allows for the quick and easy installation of 3.5" and 5.25" devices. VGAs are supported up to 14 inches and CPU Coolers have a clearance of 6.5 inches allowing many options to choose from when building your own PC computer.

Design

Armor Evolution provides a CPU cutout to support large CPU Coolers, 3 cutouts to support liquid cooling cable routing, and 8 strategically placed cutouts for all cables to allow for a clean and organized build. An externally accessible removable slide-out dust filter provides easy cleaning and additional protection of your components from dust build-up. Included is a button to turn on/off the lights of the Dual Front Fans with Red LEDs for a stealthy appeal.

The Armor Evolution is re-defining a Mid-Tower case with support for E-ATX motherboards, competitive pricing, large internal capacity, and a sleek design.

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14 Comments on Rosewill Unveils the Armor Evolution Mid-Tower Case

#1
XL-R8R
I don't see a price for this case?


If it is priced right, and not highly like some recent releases, it will be a good buy as it doesn't look bad and has a lot of potential.... IF the price is right, that is.



It appears to follow the same design as a few current cases on the market... I don't know the OEM but they are pretty common.... Sneaky, shed some light!? :toast:
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#2
DoomDoomDoom
Wow, the first Rosewill case I'd pay money for. I like it. All it needs are tubing holes and an X-dock.
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#3
hellrazor
I need to figure out how to make case lights like those flicker and sway like a forge or something.

Maybe brighten up the more your CPU is in use...
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#5
natr0n
can fit a submarine in there and a 2 foot gfx card.
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#6
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
For those that don't get it, Rosewill is all about the re-brand! When I was introduced to them, their mission statement was along the lines of taking the hottest designs, putting their name on it, and selling it at a better price than the original. Seems to be working out for them.

http://www.rosewill.com/about/AboutRosewill.aspx
Notice in the description there is nothing about designing or any sort of productivity, it is about price and customer service;)
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#7
james888
by: sneekypeet
For those that don't get it, Rosewill is all about the re-brand! When I was introduced to them, their mission statement was along the lines of taking the hottest designs, putting their name on it, and selling it at a better price than the original. Seems to be working out for them.

http://www.rosewill.com/about/AboutRosewill.aspx
Notice in the description there is nothing about designing or any sort of productivity, it is about price and customer service;)
As long as the case is good I will take a good price and good customer service.
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#8
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
Didn't mean it was a bad thing, just that is the reason all of their products look exactly like something else already on the market;)
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#9
XL-R8R
But who's the OEM, Sneaky?

The fact every case uses the same fan layout/drive bay design/is the same as this these days is driving me mad. :laugh:


Who actually makes this case?
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#10
micropage7
if their front panel got some accent, like logo or hexagonal mesh it would be better
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#11
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
10/10, would bang :D
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#12
jmcslob
Looks like a slightly modified Xigmatek case.
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#13
Konceptz
by: DoomDoomDoom
Wow, the first Rosewill case I'd pay money for. I like it. All it needs are tubing holes and an X-dock.
I concur
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