Rosewill Galaxy-01 Mid-Tower Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
The budget PC chassis market isn’t exactly lacking in options. It never has been and it likely never will. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for more competition a consumer perspective, having more options on the market means better deals, more choice on designs and so on. The Rosewill Galaxy-01 isn’t out to win best chassis of the year, but it promises a robust feature set for those on a tight budget, ideal for a more affordable system build or someone looking for an easy first build.
“A blend of quality and features, the Rosewill Galaxy-01 offers a great mid-tower case for your mainstream PC build — without a hit on your wallet. It comes with full black coating inside and out along with a meshed front panel that improves both dissipation and style. An arrow-shaped embossment on the top and front conveys a sense of speed. Inside the chassis, you’ll get an advanced bottom-mounted PSU design, three pre-installed fans, and retention holes for a water cooling upgrade. The latest USB 3.0 connectivity is integrated on the front panel for lightning fast data transfer under your fingertips.” – Rosewill
Value is a big focus here, with just one USB 3.0 port on the front panel, room for up to four fans, although with three pre-installed, that’s a huge potential saving for your build, and there’s a modest amount of storage bays to suit a small to medium-sized system.
- USB 3.0 x 1, USB 2.0 x 2
- Supports Up to 4 Fans
- 3 Fans Pre-installed: 1 x Front Blue LED 120 mm, 1 x Rear 120 mm, 1 x Top 120mm
- Front Audio In / Out (AC97, HD) Ports
- 3 External 5.25″ Drive Bays