Cons: [-] Lid/cover's oddly convex shape (bumpy) hits against CD ROM tray button and the hotswap drive trays release buttons protrude enough (though mostly due to the case's convex shaped filter holder) where the lid doesnt close without applying too much pressure against the hot swap tray release tabs...
Summary: *check the height on your CPU cooler before ordering this case is incredible, its huge, its sturdy and its got great airflow. the fans that are included are actually pretty quiet as well, which is a plus. I have an i7 4790K, and it ran hot, so I ordered a Cooler Master 212 EVO for it.
Pros: Massive! Fits almost anything you could want* Very sturdy
Cons: the screws that hold the top of the case on are tiny. the two in the front of the case fell out of mine, and are lost. Its been covered already, but the hard disk caddies are awful. Requires modification to work with the rosewill sliders.
Summary: This case can tip the scale loaded up with components about 40lbs. I would definitely get the rack rails, as I've stripped a couple of holes to mount this monster on my rack. I also wish that Rosewill stop discontinuing their rack rails.
Pros: This case is FRIGGIN' HUGE!!!! It is very durable. It can hold a reasonable amount of components Very good, strong chassis. It doesn't feel like it will break on you anytime soon! It also seems to help keep the overall decibels down with not having any flimsy panels.
Cons: I wish that the interior was painted black. The screws to take off the top off is pretty small and can get lost easily. I can't figure out how to take off the dust filter in the front to clean it off, and don't see it in the manual. The front door could of came with a magnet to keep the door clos...
Summary: Two SSD drives for VM operating systems and two spinning disks for storage. Case fits a 92 mm Zalman cooler with about an inch to spare. Everything seems to stay pretty cool.
Pros: This is my second 4U Rosewill case, my other has 12 x hot swap bays. These really clean up a network rack. I consolidated 3 physical servers into a virtual server and used this case for better airflow.
Cons: Heavy, but not really a con. It's a solid case.
Summary: I had bought a Rosewill desktop case and it was horrid, so I was a bit leery of this product. However, it has restored my confidence that someone, somewhere deep in the Rosewill HQ, went to school once. Got this case during a sale, but I'll probably pick it up full price for my next server box.
Pros: Cheap, sturdy, and doesn't look like rubbish. Good airflow, and it wasn't a pain to put stuff in for the most part (see cons). Lockable front panel seems sturdy, and the power/reset/USB panel is wonderful. The built-in fans aren't too loud (especially for a server box) and it has not erupted in f...
Cons: The engineer who designed the HDD trays needs to be pulled out onto the street and shot. Additionally, the screws holding the side/top panel on are non-standard and tiny. Neither of these issues are too much of a hassle, though.