Summary: The Rosewill Line-M is a very well-equipped mATX chassis that ships with two fans right out of the box, includes plenty of connectivity, and comes with many small extras, like all-black screws and replacement expansion-slot covers, which really adds to the positive experience of the Line-M's target...
Pros: Two fans included, Good construction quality, Plenty of I/O, Good set of extras, Plenty of space for large graphics cards, Anti-vibration measures for floor-mounted hard drive, Front fan with Molex- and 3-pin connector, All-black screws, Opening in motherboard tray to access cooler brackets
Cons: More expensive than similar mATX cases out there, Internal 3.5" bays may be blocked by large coolers, Plastic locks work but still allow for movement of drives
Rosewill Line-M Case Review: Wherefore Art Thou Micro-ATX?
27 April 2013
Conclusion: My instincts when I saw the Line-M hiding in Rosewill's suite during CES 2013 turned out to be pretty much on the money. Rosewill has produced a budget case that is exceedingly effective at cooling hardware, producing competitive if not superior thermal performance even with some heady overclocking...