Free Shipping,$20., Rosewill Micro ATX Mini Tower Desktop Gaming PC Computer Case, USB 3.0 - FBM-X2

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  1. Ray06492

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    That's an amazing price considering shipping a case almost costs $20.
     
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    Hmmm.. shows $26.99 now. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Cases from value brands are getting so much better. Even at the price now of $37, this is not a bad case for the money. I remember years ago when anything store brand was absolute trash.
     
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    I remember when ordering a budget case meant you got a discount for the emergency room visit for when you sliced off the tip of your thumb! Those were the days...
     
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    I love this case, compact, easy to cable in, plenty of room behind Mobo for cable routing. Looks nice, good airflow, and cheap! I bought 5 when they were $20. Comes with 1 120mm fan in the back slot.
     
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    Deals dead now. :cry: Bummer. I was toying with the idea of getting one. I toyed too long. :confused:
     
  9. DejaWiz

    DejaWiz Oracle of Unfortunate Truths

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    Rosewill has a few gems in their chassis lineup, the FBM-X2 included.


    As an alternative to the FBM-X2 for anyone that is wanting a cheap uATX case that happens to have 5 rear expansion slots, check out their Line-M uATX (and wait for it to go on sale, as it gets reduced to between $30-40 with free shipping from time to time).
    It's not going to be the most sturdiest of cases since the sheet metal is a bit thin, but once all the foundational components are installed (MoBo, PSU, fans, etc), it does perfectly fine. I've built four systems now for family and friends using the Line-M chassis, and it's a nice unit for the money...and I've spent $40 free shipping on each of them.
     
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    Wow. FBM-X2 is a clean, minimalist looking case. Steal for $20, sad to have missed it :/
     
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