I recently acquired a new case for my gaming rig, to replace my aging CoolerMaster Storm Scout. I’d been looking for a while and really on the fence about quite a few cases, before finally settling on the Rosewill Cullinan MX ATX RGB case. The case is a nice looking mid-tower with 3 tempered glass panels, space for a pretty substantial graphics card, and a good assortment of cooling setup options. So far, I am pretty happy with the build quality and options, but I’ve also found some things that could be problematic or annoying. Overall though, for the price of the case ($99.00), I’m generally satisfied. It strikes a good balance between an attractive, modern glass case to show of the hardware with the excessive expense that many of the tempered glass cases feature.
Check out the unboxing below, and be on the lookout for my full review when I’ll share with you all the quirks I found when I was building out my system, coming this weekend, along with pics and video of the new system build.