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Rosewill Also Shows Off Neutron Mini-ITX Gaming Case

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  1. btarunr

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    Rosewill's Neutron case is designed for those with an itch for mini-ITX gaming PC builds. The case gives you adequate room for footlong graphics cards, tall CPU coolers, and a number of internal drives. Pictured below, Rosewill Neutron orients the motherboard horizontally, with two expansion slot bays for dual-slot graphics cards. A detachable drive cage with four 3.5-inch/2.5-inch bays is right under the motherboard tray, the PSU bay is positioned towards the bottom-front, with an AC cable and receptacle running back. A 5.25-inch bay takes position where it's supposed to. The idea here is to use the PSU's cooling fan as an intake. Other fan vents include a 120 mm rear exhaust above the motherboard tray, a 92 mm exhaust behind the bottom drive cage, a 120 mm top exhaust, and various vents on the side panels. Utility connectivity include two USB 3.0 ports (standard header), two USB 2.0/1.1, and HDA front-panel jacks. The case is made of 0.8 mm steel and ABS.

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  2. AndreiD

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    lol! Nothing mini about that thing, looks massive for a Mini-ITX case.
     
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    Love to see a full tower one.
     
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    have you seen the m-ITX cases coming to market these days. it is smaller than some of the others... and it is "gaming" so it has to have room for power ;)

    it is Rosewill... no thanks, looks cheap:ohwell:
     
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    Hell, I'd buy it if I had a motherboard that small.
     
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    Flip the board and give us a MATX in the same size.
     
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    you mean room for better airflow, that gaming setups needs.
     

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