Cheapest Dual Chamber Mid Tower Gaming Chassis | Coolman Robin II | Try it Yourself

Cheapest Dual Chamber Mid Tower Gaming Chassis | Coolman Robin II | Try it Yourself


Hey what’s up guys Fidgety Minds here and welcome back to our Channel. In today’s video I’m going to share with you an overview of Coolman Robin II. A mid tower gaming chassis that has dual chamber features which popularized by Lian Li PC 011 Dynamics. So without further ado, Let’s start! Oh! By the way, this is the Lazy Susan that i made specifically for this build, so hope you like it for those of you which are not familiar with dual chamber chassis, it is basically a two case in one. Primary chamber contains the motherboard and its components, while the secondary chamber contains the power supply and storage devices. Thus one of the disadvantage of
this case is the size, it’s bulky compared to the standard. These kind of Case are also expensive though, specifically this is the cheapest you could find ranging from 2800 to 3000 Pesos. depending on your location. Out of the box the chassis is protected with a soft styro foam and soft black Cloth. It measures around 16.33 inch long 11 inch wide and 16.7 inch tall, weighs around 7.5 kilograms. Front & side panel are 4mm clear tempered glass for seamless see-through design to showcase your build. there is also an RGB light ascent up front and below that is a small Coolman logo that pretty much doesn’t brag. Panels are fastened by thumb screws, so you can easily remove them using bare hands. By default both front and side panels are protected by a blue film. This unit can fit in a maximum of 158mm air cooler height and 360mm graphic card length. This unit directly competes with tecware VXR, in terms of price and features. Personally, I think these cases are both rebranded models. For those of you which are familiar with VXR, here are the major difference between the two of them, Coolman has an RGB light up here and VXR supposed to have a
supporting bracket over here. Inside we have a bag of screws, I/O wires, and pre-installed motherboards stand off screws. Moving on to the back panel, there are no dust filters installed, the drive bay could fit in two standard hard drives and SSD. There are pre-installed antivibration rubbers for HDD. The drive bay can be removed by unscrewing, for easy wire tucking. Standard ATX power supply this installed vertically size up to 200mm. There are seven PCIE slot covers that are reusable, and that’s a plus. The unit supports ATX micro ATX and mini ATX motherboards. Robin II is a steel metal chassis. On top there is one USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports. Mic and Headset port, HDD and Power LED indicator. RGB switch, Power switch and magnetic dust filter. There are rubber grommets that pre-installed for better cable management. Spacious cut out for the heatsink backplate. The unit can fit in 120mm case fans, three on the top, bottom, and side, and one at the back. As I have mentioned before, the expansion slot cover are reusable. Power supply area, void slot, and spacious cable management area. By the way there is no reset switch. Few things that I notice about Coolman Robin II are : Other than the top. there are no dust filters. the LED at front are getting in the way of push and pull configuration. It seems that the side
fan mount design has restricted air flow. Those are nothing major but from the price point, I cannot really complain. And I definitely encourage you to try out this case. building with this case is definitely an easy one. Because you can really move. Especially if you remove the front and side panels. For this build I’m going to use the cheapest that I could find, that can perform decently on multitasking as well as gaming. The Processor is AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Motherboard is Asus EX-A320m-Gaming RAM is Kingston HyperX 16Gb dual channel Graphic Card is Gibabyte Radeon RX570 4Gb SSD is Kingston A400 240Gb Power Supply is Seasonic M12ii 520w and a bunch of generic ARGB 120mm LED fans. Fast-forward to the complete build. Since I assume all of you are already familiar with building rigs. After finishing, I can say that this build is the fastest that I have ever made. One of the reasons I chose this case, is that I could fit in 360mm Radiator easily. No problem placing it on the bottom, as well as at the side. You can even device a way to do a push and pull config. There is also no problem placing the radiator on top. Here comes the RGB light show. Few of the of the reasons why I chose this case : First is the availability, since there is on in nearby town. Shipping is out of the question, it’s very expensive. Secondly, features can fit in minimum of 10 pieces 120mm case fans. Summer is around the corner. Lastly, the price definitely the cheapest mid-tower dual chamber chassis that you could find. Build quality of the case is fair for its price. It doesn’t feel cheap at all. Hopefully you find this video helpful. and if it is, please do like and share. also consider to subscribed, planning to do some of PC related stuffs for now. By the way, if I ever forgot something or you have some question, please do write in the comment section below. Thanks for watching and see you on the next video…

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