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Rosewill FBM-X1 Black Steel Plastic ATX Mini Tower Case with Side Panel Window

MPN: FBM-X1 | SKU: RQ1346
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      Although with a space-saving dimension, this case offers the essentials you require to build a serious gaming rig, in a stylish design and at an ultra affordable price. It can accommodate micro ATX or mini ITX motherboard, 300mm long graphics card and 140mm high CPU cooler, and supports standard PS2 power supply. One 120mm front fan and one 80mm rear fan are pre-installed. A large side window lets you show off your build. What's more, unlike most cases which have only two front USB ports, the FBM-X1 includes four USB ports - two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0, offering you more convenience these days when everyone has more and more digital gadgets.

      • Steel / Plastic ATX Mini Tower PC Case
      • Side Panel Window
      • 1 External 5.25" Drive Bays
      • 1 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
      • 2 x USB 2.0 / 2 x USB 3.0 / Audio In/Out Front Ports
      • Supports Standard ATX (PS2 form factor) Power Supply
      • ATX Mini Tower Ideal for Intel & AMD Systems
      • Front I/O Ports: USB 3.0 x2 + Audio In/Out
      • Supports CPU Cooler up to 140mm Tall
      • Supports Graphics Card up to 300mm Long
      • Sturdy Construction from a Combination of Plastic and Steel
      • Sleek Design with Side Panel Window to Display Internal System
      • Cooling System Includes 1 x 120mm Front Fan & 1 x 80mm Rear Fan (both pre-installed)

      PACKAGE INCLUDES:

      • Rosewill FBM-X1 Mini Tower Case w/ Window
      • Accessory Kit


      Brand: Rosewill

      MPN: FBM-X1

      UPC: 840951125380

      Compatibility: ATX

      Packaging: Retail

      Condition: New



      Product Details

      Manufacturer
      Rosewill
      MPN
      FBM-X1
      Type
      Mini Tower
      Color
      Black
      Case Material
      Steel / Plastic
      With Power Supply
      No
      Power Supply Mounted
      Top
      Motherboard Compatibility
      Micro-ATX / Mini-ITX
      Side Panel Window
      Yes
      Expansion Slots
      4
      Front Ports
      2 x USB 2.0 / 2 x USB 3.0 / Audio In/Out
      Fan Options
      Front: 1 x 120mm fan (pre-installed)

      Rear: 1 x 80mm fan (pre-installed)
      Max GPU Length Allowance
      300mm
      Max CPU Cooler Height Allowance
      140 mm
      Dimensions (H x W x D)
      13.86" x 6.89" x 14.17"
      Weight
      5.95 lbs.
      Features
      ATX Mini Tower Ideal for Intel & AMD Systems

      Front I/O Ports: USB 3.0 x2 + Audio In/Out

      Supports CPU Cooler up to 140mm Tall

      Supports Graphics Card up to 300mm Long

      Supports Standard ATX (PS2 Form Factor) Power Supply

      Sturdy Construction from a Combination of Plastic and Steel

      Sleek Design with Side Panel Window to Display Internal System

      Cooling System Includes 1 x 120mm Front Fan & 1 x 80mm Rear Fan (both pre-installed)

      Package Includes

      Customer Reviews

      Review Summary
      4.5
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      By Norma Matthews
      LA
      No frills, good cheap case
      For the money, not bad at all. Wish you could add more fans, the only cooling options are the two pre-installed fans, no additional mounting options. It's a tight fit for a (full sized) micro atx mobo, slim options for cable management though extra cables do have space to fit under the side panel. Not many pass-thru options and the mobo sits flush against the bottom. All in all it works fine for a $20 dollar case just to house your components. No sharp edges, everything fits
      By Sofia Lampi
      HI
      Great htpc case upgrade
      Great htpc case upgrade
      By Fiona Brown
      CO
      Get it while you can
      I love it feasibly and very worth all the money. I’m happy with purchase!
      By Avery Denys
      FL
      Good budget case
      This is a small compact micro atx case. Very tight spaces to work with. I would not recommend this case to a beginner or someone who wants to build a pc for their first time. This case is tiny and it is tedious to build in, you can build in it for your first time just be prepared to work with tight spaces. Its a good case for the price with one big flaw. That flaw is in the back of the case. Its a buldge that sticks out from the i/o slot where you install your graphics card in the pci-e lane. It sticks out so far you can't connect a hdmi chord to your gpu. I had to switch monitors to connect the bottom dvi-d to my monitor. So beware make sure your gpu hdmi port is on the bottom portion of your gpus video i/o ports. Be ready to take a couple of hours to get things to fit perfectly. I used mine for a budget gaming computer. When i first started i installed my power supply first. My motherboard is the longer micro atx mobos with 4 dimm slots. I had to angle it to get it in by taking out the 80mm exhaust fan. After the mobo was installed i installed my ssd and 3.5 inch hdd. Hdd had to be installed on top bracket because it wouldn't fit on bottom with my gtx 960. I bought a 120mm fan filter from silverstone to have a dust filter for my front intake fan because it doesn't come with one. Ram was installed on mobo outside of case. After the 3.5 inch hdd install i put on my be quite! 92mm rock slim cpu cooler. Connected all my power cables and sata cables. My gtx 960 was tricky i had to angle it side ways to fit it. It was tedious but i got it. The end results were awesome though came out really good. Wouldn't pay more than 30 dollars for it though.

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