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This review is from: Rosewill RK-9000BL - Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Black Switches
Pros: See other thoughts.
Cons: See other thoughts.
Other Thoughts: To everyone that is having a problem with switches and the back port not working:
In my professional opinion these problems sound like a solder issue. If you feel comfortable opening the device and re-soldering the things yourself, do it. I am going to be buying one of these keyboards very soon and this is what I'll be doing.
I'm going to be removing the solder from one pin at a time then reapplying a nice solder and move on to the next one. I'll post my findings once I've received my keyboard and re-soldered all the pins. If any of the keys or the back USB port become loose even after that I'll let you guys know.
These things can and do happen in cases like this where they use sub-par solder or their manufacture process is cheap. But I'm willing to
Pros: The case is great one feature I REALLY needed was that it has removable and cleanable wire mesh on most of the air vents that trap small particles of dust.
Enough room in the back to route all of your cables which helps the case look clean.
2xUSB 3.0 and 4x USB 2.0 ports on the top/front.
The SATA hub on the top is the greatest. The way it slopes instead of a top feed like a toaster is a big plus. Also don't forget to make that port hot-swap-able in your bios.
Buttons on the TOP on the case is great, buttons on the front would not have worked for the look of it.
PLENTY of screws and other goodies.
Bottom PSU mount was a great change from my old case. And they also allow to you mount it two ways for either fresh air from the bottom in and then back out the back, or take in air form inside the case then out. This is great for keeping your PSU cooler and keeping the pressure inside the case to make sure you are getting enough output of a shroud style GPU cooler.
The fan configuration possibilities are extensive. I prefer the bottom/front/sides going in and the top and back moving out.
The hard-drive bay configuration is customize-able as well. I didn't like having the bays there blocking the air from the fans so I took off the top and the bottom bays.
Roomy on the inside as well. For some reason it feels bigger on the inside.
Front face is removable without worrying about wires or anything. The top is removable as well but has the wires.
This case has smooth yet "clicky" buttons that I love. One thing I hate about other cases is a lack of quality buttons.
Matte black finish, even the expansion slot guards.
One last thing are the grommets, it's great to have them on the inside and out.
Cons: The sides are a tiny bit wobbly not thin or anything, but nothing to worry about at all.
Other Thoughts: I can't find any case fans for the right side fan place. For keeping the back of your mobo cool.
fans are 120x120x anything less than I think it's 18mm but it could be 16mm, you'd think that Rosewill would have them, maybe they do but I can't find any on newegg :/
Pros: It worked fine to hold me over until I could buy some faster and bigger ram. Was perfect for what I needed it to be.
Cons: I couldn't find out the actual timings on the newegg details page, since it says the cas is 9 I'm just assuming that the timings are the standard 9/9/9/24.
Nothing to do with the product.