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Extremely solid build quality.
Alienware-style top vents.
Fan controllers built directly into chassis.
Great large fans maximize airflow, keep noise down.
Huge internal space/easy to work on.
Great cable management.
Simple in design.
Three 230mm fans and one 140mm fan installed.
Two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 front ports.
ESATA front panel.
Ten expansion bays.
Wide motherboard support.
Heavy, even for a tower this size.
Front bezel not securely attached.
Plastic pieces feel a bit cheap.
Rubber inserts on the routing holes easily fall off.
No CPU power extension cable included.
Front bezel cover filters had fallen off upon delivery.
Paint in some motherbaord tray stand off threads.
Card reader mount may not match your hardware.
Front bay toolless clips don't work.
No way to pick up case, except from the bottom.
Clumsy front fan LED mount on bezel.
Wobbly fan speed knobs.
By Computer Shopper on May 14, 2013
The Thor is a snappy-looking, excellent-value chassis for enthusiast PC builders who need maximum room for parts and expansion—without burning down their budget....80
By PC Mag on April 04, 2013
The Rosewill Thor V2-W PC case has a unique color scheme and good features at a reasonable...60
By ThinkComputers on March 13, 2012
This case being from Rosewill I was not expecting to be amazed, but they did do many things right with this case, which I want to point out. First of all the case is huge, this means you can fit larger motherboards like E-ATX and XL-ATX in without...80
By Vortez on February 16, 2012
This is the first Rosewill product to be reviewed at Vortez and therefore knowing what to expect was a mystery. In the computer case department we have been used to the delights of some top brands within the industry so how does the THOR V2 hold out...-
By FutureLooks on February 01, 2012
The Rosewill Thor V2 is the basic full sized SUV of the computer chassis world. It will not be the most stylish or have all the cool features its luxury brother’s have, but makes up for it by being built like a tank. I have had the Rosewill Thor...-
By TechReaction.net on January 10, 2012
Overall, the Rosewill Thor V2 blew us away with everything it brought to our review table. First off, the ol’ switcharoo with the colors was very nice! The white on black looks great, and will help the Thor stand out from almost every case out...-
By Legit Reviews on September 28, 2011
Rosewill Thor's v2 present an excellent value and plenty of features designed for the target audience, but almost feels like it could use yet another revision to be at the cutting edge of modern case design. ...-
By AnandTech on August 24, 2011
Most enthusiasts are familiar with Rosewill as a brand of inexpensive parts of decent quality. They've had enclosures on the market for ages, but those cases are almost always for budget builds. But today we have something that you may not be...-
By Benchmark Reviews on August 08, 2011
This is Rosewill’s second version of the THOR series full tower gaming case. Improvements include a sturdier chassis and thumb screws for expansion cards. It also updates the front panel with four USB ports, instead of two, for a total of four:...91
By TweakNews on August 01, 2011
Having never reviewed any Rosewill products in the past, I really didn't know what to expect. To say that I was impressed with the Thor V2 full-tower chassis would be a bit of an understatement. With top-of-the-line cooling performance, a rich and...-