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  • Rosewill WolfAlloy Review Case Review
  • Rosewill WolfAlloy Review Case Review


    Case Layout and Features

    The big orange claw shaped vents may be the first thing you notice but the WolfAlloy is a true ATX mid-tower design.  The frame is constructed from sturdy SPCC steel with only the front panel in plastic.  Our WolfAlloy tips the scales at just over 19 lbs.

    On the left side we have a window measuring about 8.5” by 11.5”.  The window is just big enough to show off your build without exposing cabling or your less glamorous components.  The plastic window is held in place by a series of metal tabs that could be gently straightened to get it out for a window mod.  There is no side venting or fan mount but there could be! 

    External I/O ports are placed across the front of the case near the top.  Available are 2x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0 and your audio ports.  To the right are a reset button and a hard drive activity light.  A large power button is centered between the ports and the two external 5.25” external drive bays.

    The bottom is dominated by the vent.  If you look close you can see there are additional claw mark accents on the sides of the panel just begging for your Dremel.

    That orange mesh is actually a single fan cover for the two front 120mm fans.  With the front cover popped off it’s pretty easy to get the mesh off. If another color suits your vison more it is just a paint job away.

    From this angle you can see the smooth left panel and a fairly traditional rear layout.  It’s a proven design and helps keep the cost down.

    A total of four 1” water cooling ports show the WolfAlloy has the enthusiast cooling build in mind.