Rosewill Ranger-M MicroATX Mini Tower Case Review


The Ranger-M is an attractive, affordable microATX mid-tower case that features a 120mm, blue LED intake fan in the front chassis for a colorful exterior glow. The miniature case is ideal for power users putting together a basic build for a friend or family member, or those who want a lightweight case for a portable LAN system.

The all-black Ranger-M offers a reflective plastic front panel, while the rest of the case features a black powder coat. For front I/O ports, you’ll find two USB 2.0 ports, a microphone port, and an audio port. Rosewill helps to improve airflow inside the case by building sturdy mesh metal openings into the front panel, and the 120mm intake fan can pull cool air into the case and
over your graphics card. There’s also a mesh vent in the side panel where you can install a 120mm fan. The 80mm rear fan is configured to exhaust hot air from inside the case. The rectangular power supply opening is located at the top of the case.

Internally, you’ll find an optical drive cage with two 5.25-inch openings, as well as a hard drive cage with three 3.5-inch slots. One of the hard drive cage slots features an external opening, which would be ideal for a memory card reader. The Ranger-M provides four expansion slots, and it can handle graphics cards up to 12 inches long. The Ranger-M includes mounting holes for microATX-sized motherboards.

Rosewill smartly designed the Ranger-M so that it can handle a highend graphics card (or two with the right motherboard) and deliver the necessary cooling to deal with the extra heat. If you’re looking for a home for your next SFF build, you should certainly consider the Ranger-M.

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