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The Slick Rosewill Cullinan MX Mid-Tower Case Is Currently $40 Off (High-Quality Hardware Deal Alert)

Specs Cheatsheet, Expert Review Roundup, & Main Pros and Cons

Date Published: November 8, 2019

Whenever a good PC component goes on sale - one that we can comfortably recommend including in a new PC build, we'll try to let you guys know. Right now at the time of writing this, the blue LED and red LED versions of the very good Rosewill Cullinan MX Mid Tower case are currently discounted at $30 to $35 off: (the RGB is currently discounted too, but not as dramatically)

We actually recently featured the Cullinan MX Mid-Tower as one of our top case recommendations within our gaming PC builds tier list, and that was at its normal retail price of around $100 to $120. So at its current $60 to $65 price, it's an absolute bargain in our eyes as it's one of the best Rosewill cases on the market right now in terms of overall value, features, and aestheics, and well worth considering for a new mid to high-end gaming PC build.

For those wondering, we recommended the case as our top pick for our last $1200 gaming PC build, and it now sits as a secondary pick for that particular build; still high praise as we are very careful about which components we recommend in any of our sample builds. But at this fairly heavily discounted price, we can't see this case lasting too long though, and by the time you read this it's perhaps too late.

Learn More: Best Gaming PC Cases for the Money (& Features 101)

Rosewill Cullinan MX Mid Tower Specs

Standout features of the Cullinan MX cases include 4 included LED fans for great airflow (RGB for the RGB version), which are of fairly good quality, too (not always the case with stock case fans), as well as a very slick, fairly universally attractive design that features 3 glass panels on the front and both sides of the case to show off a finished system in style. Here's the full rundown:

Rosewill Cullinan MX Specs Cheatsheet

Form Factor / Size ATX / Mid Tower
Dimensions (H x W x D) 18.98" x 8.85" x 17.13"
Weight 20.28 lbs / 9.2 kg
Color Black
Materials Steel, Plastic, Tempered Glass
Side Panel Window? Yes (both sides)
Supported Motherboards Micro ATX / ATX / Mini-ITX
Front Panel Ports 2 x USB 3.0. 2 x USB 2.0, Audio, Mic, Fan Speed (3 Settings)
Optical Drive Support? No
Hard Drive Support Up to 6 SSDs, Up to 4 HDDs
PSU Installation Location Bottom Mounted
PSU Shroud? Yes
Dust Filters? 3 (Front, Top Removeable, Bottom Removeable)
Case Fan Options Front: 3 x 120 / 140mm Fan (3 x 120mm LED included)

Top: 3 x 120mm Fan / 2 x 140mm Fan

Rear: 1 x 120 / 140mm Fan (1 x 120mm LED included)
Max GPU Length 360mm
Max CPU Cooler Height 170mm
Water Cooling Radiator Support 1 x 360mm (Front), 1 x 280mm (Top)
Full Specs Rosewill Official

Best Rosewill Cullinan MX Reviews (Expert Sources)

Written Reviews:

Rosewill Cullinan MX Mid-Tower Chassis Review (TweakTown)

Specific Model Reviewed: Cullinan MX Mid-Tower RGB

Paraphrased Synopsis:

"The Cullinan MX mid-tower computer case is one of the best we've seen from Rosewill in some time. It competes well with many other mid-tower case's included features, modularity, compatibility, and doesn't break the bank to give you all you need and some!"

Rosewill Cullinan MX Review (Tech PowerUp)

Specific Model Reviewed: Cullinan MX Mid-Tower RGB

Paraphrased Synopsis:

"The Cullinan MX builds on what the original Cullinan offered and expands on that feature set. It essentially does everything right, which in turn more than justifies the price tag. There is very little to critique on the Rosewill Cullinan MX. It is a sleek, high-quality chassis with some awesome features."

Video Reviews:

TL;DR (Pros and Cons Summary)

Main Pros

  • Good value at normal retail price
  • Stylish design with 3 glass panels on the front and both sides
  • 4 decent-quality LED or RGB case fans included (depending on the version you get)
  • Built-in fan speed controller on front panel (3 settings)
  • 3 dust filters in the front, top and bottom
  • Included velcro strips for easier cable management
  • Fairly roomy Mid Tower to easily accommodate various configurations
  • Vertical GPU mount option

Main Cons

  • Low fan speed setting may cause noise and/or no LED lighthing
  • Fan controller needs an older Molex connection on your PSU
  • Rubber grommets for side panels fall off easily
  • Included fans  aren't too bad, but could be higher quality
  • RGB Fans of the RGB model don't remember the last RGB settings you had upon restart

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