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Rosewill RANGER-M - Dual-Fan Micro ATX Mini Tower Computer Case

  • Micro ATX Mini Tower
  • Front I / O Ports
  • Dual Fans

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The ROSEWILL RANGER-M is a durable, rich- featured Mini Tower with great affordability. It comes packed with all essential features, like expandability, effective cooling performance etc., letting you easily build your own rig.

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Superb Scalability

Though small in size, the Rosewill RANGER-M Mini Tower Case has sufficient space to accommodate your PC components such as a MicroATX motherboard, a VGA card, a standard ATX PS2 power supply* etc. It also offers two external 5.25” drive bays, two internal 3.5” drive bays and one 3.5” external drive bays as well as four expansion slots for great expandability.

Note: * not included, sold separately.

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Efficient Cooling Solution

The Rosewill RANGER-M is engineered with optimal cooling in mind. One 80mm rear fan and one 120mm front LED fan are preinstalled in the chassis to keep your whole system running cool. Also, a unique ventilation design for VGA card and other add-on cards provides extra breathability.

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Handy I/O Panel

The front panel features dual USB 2.0 connectors and audio-out & mic-in jacks for easy peripheral connectivity.

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Rugged, Stylish Design

This compact, durable case is constructed of high-quality SECC steel, and is accented with slick black finish. It takes up very little space and seamlessly blends into any décor. The built-in LED fan illuminates blue light in the chassis to create a stunning atmosphere.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Anonymous
  • 4/16/2016 3:48:15 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsCheap Product

Pros: -Works as intended
-Both side panels are removable

Cons: -Very cheap, light-weight material; lots of plastic.
-The large 120mm front fan is LOUD!! I finally unplugged mine and it made a world of difference as far as noise goes. My system already runs cool enough without it.

Other Thoughts: -The screws to take the side panels off are detachable and can easily be lost

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  • Gift R.
  • 3/27/2016 12:07:03 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsWorst case I've every built. If I could have gave it zero eggs, I would have.

Pros: Cheap when on sale, end of story.

Cons: Wow, not sure where to start. This is by far the worst case I've built or worked with and I've built between 80-90 desktops.
SUPER sharp parts on the inside of the case. It put 2" slice on my thumb when I was trying to remove the front bezel, speaking of the front bezel, it is ridiculously difficult to remove. Pretty flimsy chassis, especially the side panels they pop and bend with the slightest touch. ZERO cable management. Hard drive cage is just dumb. Depending on what you have for a motherboard and cpu cooler, good luck getting more than one drive in. I was only able to get one sdd in the top mount, then fight getting the sata data and power hooked up. If you start with hard drives already in, you cannot get the motherboard in .The front panel wiring is very weak and one of the usb wires was just hanging there. I ended up having to solder it back on/in. You will end up putting in parts, then taking them out or half way out just to get them in or connected. There isn’t enough room to get the sata cables on the cd/dvd drive on if you already have the power supply in. You will end up having to pull the cd/dvd drive back out, feed the cable out to the front and then connect the cables, then good luck jamming all the wires back in. It comes with a 80mm back case fan, but has holes for 92mm. The 80mm on mine was super loud, I ended up swapping it out for a generic 92mm one I had, that got rid of the noise almost instantly. A couple of the motherboard mount holes had very poor machining, I had pretty much make new threads on those two.

Other Thoughts: I wouldn't buy this again if it was on sale, or even if it was FREE. I wouldn't wish this case on my worst enemy. Do yourself a favor and buy ANYTHING else. There are plenty of way better cases out there for the sale price ( when on sale ) or only $5-10 more. Right now the Cooler Master N200 is only $5 and is a very nice case and easy to work with. Or the COUGAR Spike case which is $5 CHEAPER.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/20/2016 11:51:58 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsCheap and light weight!!

Pros: - Cheap
- Light weight
- Blue LED fan is cool
- Fans supplied aren't loud
- Lots of air flow
- Bay drives have air filters

Cons: - Front bezel is difficult to remove, awkward setup for attachment
- Kinda looks cheap

Other Thoughts: I used this to contain the components of an old core 2 duo pc I picked up cheap. Worked great!! Now i have a second PC for a great price.

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  • Matthew B.
  • 2/18/2016 10:13:41 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice small case

Pros: Small compact form factor
Supports up to 2 hard drives and card reader, or 3 hard drives
2 CD-ROM bays

Cons: I picked a Rosewill 450W PSU for my build, very little room for the cords between it and the DVD-ROM drive. Had to take it out and put the DVD-ROM drive in first.

Other Thoughts: Would recommend
Would buy again

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  • Rudy M.
  • 1/30/2016 1:45:01 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsCompact Good Basic Case

Pros: Small enough to fit in credenza, lots of ventilation, colorful fan in front, front mesh lets air in. I have a large video card, two hard drives, four DIMMS and two cards installed...PERFECT for what I wanted! I added a side fan to the side window, and an additional blue light behind the remaining mesh it looks even cooler!

Cons: Good for small builds....loading it up with stuff creates problems BECAUSE it is designed to be a small case. Front USBs are 2.0...wish they would upgrade them to 3.0.

Other Thoughts: This is a $30 case, 'nuff said.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/23/2016 8:56:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsworth the money I'd say.

Pros: best pros is i built this pc for my gf to keep her off my $1500 gaming build. Insulting it with her face book and you tube music videos

first I'd like to mention some measurements for the interested buyers.
cpu fan cooler has a clearance of about 6" or 150 mm. a fan size of 92mm or similar cooler should be OK a big 120mm such as the evo 212 is not going to fit.
the power supply clearance is going to be a tight 6-61/2 inch with a optical drive installed and about 8" without one.
the vga (graphics card) has a decent clearance of about 11" with the front 120mm fan in place.
the rear 80mm fan location has holes drilled to replace with a 92mm . unfortunately though 92mm is usually higher priced and fewer to choose from compared to the very common 80mm when looking into a replacement.
the case is good looking and the side panel with the drilled vent holes is quite see-through to get a look at your fancy vga card and cpu cooler.
the included 120mm rosewill fan is nice looking, quiet and moves a decent amount of air. I can not speak of the included 80mm since I had a spare 92mm laying around that I swapped during the initial build.
there is a ssd mount on the bottom panel. location is odd and since the psu is top mounted you will have a power cable going from top to bottom but the case is so short it probably can be done with average psu cable lenghts. I could recommend this case for the price.

Cons: first of all you got to know this is a tight build. be prepared to have a flashlight and nimble fingers ready. with a bit of patience as well.

the side panels do not line up or fit very good.
the rear expansion slots are punch out non re-usable covers.
only two fan locations with no place to cut a hole or what not to add another fan other than the side panel.
your vga card (fans),are going to be close to the bottom with little clearance to the case ,especially if you have an ssd installed on the bottom panel mount.

no cable management . the back panel removes so you can get to the screws on the backside for your opt. drive and hdd, not to put cables there. no room. unless you have a modular psu your going to have a lot of cables out front with very limited places to go. but with a bit of work, some zip ties and stuffing the unused cables in a open drive Bay I was able to make it look good enough.

the hdd cage is a tight fit to the memory and cpu cooler. the motherboard actually mounts right up to the cage with the memory slots very close. i had bare sticks of ram so I had no issues but ram with tall heat spreaders could be a problem. also once you have your cpu cooler installed fitting a hdd into the cage is very difficult . youd might even have a problem getting a large a/m fan cooler to fit with a hdd installed.

the installation order I found best to get the build done was,
first the power supply, then the motherboard with the ram already installed. next the hdd and optical drive. lastly the cpu cooler and graphics card.
hope this review helps.

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  • Justin C.
  • 1/17/2016 5:28:28 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice budget mATX case

Pros: Looks pretty nice
Included stock fans are good quality
Great price when it's on sale

Cons: Pretty flimsy chassis (especially the side panels)
Drive bay slots can break off easily
No USB 3.0 headers

Other Thoughts: Not bad for the ~$30 including shipping I paid for this. A viable option if you're on a budget.

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  • John M.
  • 1/6/2016 10:05:44 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSimple looking

Pros: I like cases that are simple looking. Everything lines up and fits good. Rosewill support is fantastic.

Cons: Wow is the metal thin, but I knew that from the reviews. Front 120mm fan squeaked, yes squeaked on lower speeds . Like an old door opening and closing real fast, funniest thing I've ever heard come out of computer case. Some people say no usb 3 but I would rather have two usb 2 than one usb 2 and one usb 3. I wouldn't have bought it if it had that. I bought an after market usb 3 for 3.5 front.

Other Thoughts: I contacted Rosewill about the fan through their (contact us) on a Friday afternoon and they got back to me on Monday morning. They in turn contacted Newegg and Newegg sent me a new? fan in a ziplock bag. The new fan did the exact same thing. The Fan that came with the case had a 3 pin motherboard and 4 pin molex connector the replacement just had a 4 pin molex. I bought a 4 pack of cooler master fans form Newegg a couple years ago when they had a rebate on them and through one of those in there. Good to go.

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/25/2015 8:21:33 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsnope

Pros: Came fast looks nice

Cons: Flimsy material, stripping screws, you get the point... Just please don't buy this case and want to kill yourself a week later

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/21/2015 1:53:23 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent mATX case

Pros: This case is great for a mATX budget build. The two stock fans are quiet and the front fan comes with a stock blue LED. Rosewill includes a hardware pack with the necessary screws to mount a motherboard and hard drives. It's the perfect size if you're looking for something on the smaller side. Also, there is some space to hide wires behind the motherboard panel but it is limited.

Cons: A few of the screws for the motherboard would not screw into the holes. After mixing and matching them I found ones that worked. Also, some of the edges inside are sharp so be cautions when digging around inside and keep wires away from them.

Other Thoughts: Overall, I'm satisfied with this case. It's important to keep in mind that this case is small and is better suited for budget builds. It really won't allow for multiple graphics cards or more than 2 hard drives. But if you're like me and only plan to plop a single GPU and a couple of hard drives then this will work great.

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