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Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case Cases THOR V2 Black


Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case Cases THOR V2 Black


Named after a powerful and proud warrior, the Rosewill Thor V2 gaming ATX full tower computer case has a stately aesthetic and functional design for enthusiasts and hard-core gamers. Spacious interior with E-ATX / XL-ATX motherboard support, tremendous air flow, and rock solid construction are the strenghs of this superhero. Also included are other advanced features, such as advanced cable management, screw-less design for 3.5″/5.25″ drives, bottom-placed PSU design with dust filter, and water cooling support, making the Rosewill Thor V2 a second-to-none choice for your next PC. Two USB 3.0 connectors and one eSATA port at top of the chassis enable blazing fast data exchange with the latest digital devices.

  • Type: ATX Full Tower
  • Motherboard Compatibility: Micro ATX, ATX, E-ATX, XL-ATX
  • Internal 3.5″ Drive Bays: 6
  • Expansion Slots: 10
  • 2 x USB 3.0 (internal 20-pin connector to MB), 1 x e-SATA, 2 x USB 2.0, Audio In/Out (AC97, HD), 2 x Fan speed control knob
  • 1 x Rear 140mm Fan
  • Gaming type – Allow to swing top fins to increase air flow
  • Easy to remove / install front 5.25″ bay covers

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  1. 17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    THIS CASE IS BUILT LIKE AN AIRCRAFT CARRIER…..But Read On!, June 18, 2016
    By 
    SCV91355 (California) –

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    Without a doubt, this is one of the most “elegant” cases I’ve ever owned. For what may be my last desktop build, I purchased another case, a mid-tower, which did not accommodate my Cooler Master 212 Evo. (Chalk that out to not doing enough research). This case is built like an aircraft carrier. It not only easily handles the 212 EVO, but provides remarkable room for anything you throw at it. (I may rent it out for an extra bedroom). I bought the white version, which is a pleasant esthetic change to all the cases I’ve bought. Power supply mounting with a shock gasket, top fins that can open/close to further eliminate noise, and a whole raft of other features.

    The only real con, which is definitely a con, is the way the manual DOESN’T assist you with the front panel connectors. Specifically, the FAN CONNECTORS. If you do your homework on the net or contact Rosewill, you’ll find almost enough information to help guide you. In this THOR 2 case, there is an on-board fan controller that can be used to control the speed of the fans. Power leads that come directly from the (3) included fans can either be connected directly to the motherboard (depending on the number of your mobo’s fan headers). Or, they can be connected to the front panel connectors (A1,A2,A3 / B1,B2B3), which will also require power to the fan controller from the included front panel Molex plugs. Again, some homework and questions, will get you through this. The reason I took away one star is that I believe Rosewill can put these instructions generically in print to help guide you.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good enough, April 4, 2017
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    Maine Knight (Mt. Vernon, Maine) –

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    This review is from: Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case Cases THOR V2 Black (Personal Computers)
    I have been using this case for three years now and it has served me well. Mostly good build quality, although the vents on top feel cheap and have a tendency to pop out on me. They are the reason I have deducted one star. This was my first build and the Rosewill was easy to work with, As a newbie having the extra space of a full tower was helpful. The size and massive fan it comes with also make it easier to keep your hardware cool, and also means you are literally getting a lot of case for the money. The biggest downside of the case for me is one that I am not factoring into my score but I do want to mention it: After 3 years of this beast sitting next to me in my living room I’m getting tired of looking at the thing. It’s not too radical in design, but I wish I had gone with something more subdued such as the Corsair Obsidian series. The design does make it stand out somewhat, so I would advice considering where your computer is going to be located when choosing a case. In a bedroom or home office the design matters less than it would in a family room. When I bought the case I thought it was decent enough looking, but good quality for a good price was my primary reason for choosing it. If I was to buy another computer case, cost would be less of a factor and I would just get one I liked the most.
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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Love this monster of a case!, May 13, 2017
    By 
    Michael

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    This review is from: Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case Cases THOR V2 Black (Personal Computers)
    I got this case about a week ago and waited to do a review until I made sure everything was working well. Turns out, I love this case! My last case was from a prebuilt computer I bought 4 years ago and was on it’s last legs, so it was time for an upgrade. First off, this case is huge. It has tons of space for water cooling (I’m using air), as big of a GPU as you want, and lots of drive bays. Everything is very well built, except for the top section which contains the fins. I got mine with this part broken or defective, but the top panel has almost nothing holding it on. I don’t plan to move this much and I was eager to setup my new rig, so it wasn’t an issue for me. Other than that, the side panels are nice and heavy and the case as a whole is very solid. As for cable management, the backside of this case it kind of small as others have mentioned, you will need to make sure everything is flat and not bunched too much, but that’s a minor issue really. This case comes with 3 x 230mm fans; one front intake, one side intake, and one top exhaust; and 1 x 140mm fan for rear exhaust. At the same time I purchased this, I got a Phanktek Dual tower heat-sink – PH-TC12DX. When I put both of these on, I got dramatic temperature drops. [FX 8350 on Gigabyte 990 fx ud3 w/ 4.2gz OC] This is a very slight OC, but with my previous build, after making even minor adjustments in voltage, I was reaching dangerous temps at higher clock rates. I now have a stable 4.4GHz OC with temps maxing at 60 C on prime 95 small FTT test; and am working to push it further, though this is my first time overclocking. The look of this case is great, but I opted to put a window in the side where one of the intake fans was and will probably do the same to the top side vents. If having a window is important to you, it’s quite easy to do yourself. To offset my loss in cool air intake, I put a 120mm on the bottom(room for a 140mm fan but I already had a 120 laying around), and rigged another 120mm fan to fit in the front using the grates over the empty 5.25″ drive bays using rubber mounts. It’s not super pretty but when you put the front grate back on, you can’t see it anyway. It’s great having USB 3.0 ports on the front for when I want to hook up an external hard drive and it has a little section with rubbery lining on the top to prevent it from sliding off. I didn’t notice much difference when I use the fan speed knobs, they all seem to just run at 100%, but the case is still very quiet; the 230mm fans move a lot of air very quietly! Overall, it a great case and I would definitely recommend it to everyone.

    UPDATE: I docked one star because I was working any my temps went up a bit to find out my top exhaust fan stopped working. I just figured it was the fan since it was working before. I ended up taking out that fan, and put in the fan I used from the side panel, just to find this one didn’t work either. I tried all of extra power connections for fans from the FanA, FanB connectors (this is supposed to go to the knobs at the top). None of them worked either! At this point I had to rework all of my cable management in the back. I ended up having to route the fan power cable directly to the mobo; and it worked. The fact that I had to hook up to the mobo is no big deal, but I had 3 cable-connections that came with the case that didn’t work. Also, if you guessed, the fan speed knobs don’t do anything either.

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