Rosewill B2 Spirit Full Tower Case Review

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Rosewill B2 Spirit Full Tower Case


Rosewill is not generally considered a top tier case manufacturer, for some people they just want a well built case with the features they want without paying a lot.  With the limited experience I have had with cases by Rosewill, overall I have been impressed by their build quality and features that they provide while keeping a reasonable price.  They are doing a good job at working towards making products that meet the needs of every type of computer enthusiast wants.

Today, we will be taking a look at the Rosewill B2 Spirit, a full tower case that can be purchased at their main etailer, Newegg for $139.99 after a $30 rebate and free shipping.  This new full tower case boasts many features that those wanting a full tower demand.  For storage it will support up to 13 3.5″ or 2.5″ drives, and 4 5.25″ devices.  It will support the largest standard size HPTX motherboards, which means the case itself is pretty large and there is plenty of space inside for components.  Cooling is provided by five included 140mm fans, two of which are blue LED fans; additional cooling options include liquid cooling radiator support in various locations and sizing options up to 360mm.

The Rosewill B2 Spirit will most likely be commonly purchased online, so fancy packaging isn’t necessary.  However, Rosewill provides a nice overview of the B2 Spirit on the front and back of the box.  Inside the heavy cardboard box, the case itself is packed in a plastic bag which is nestled between two foam blocks which are reinforced by cardboard.


Rosewill includes a basic accessory pack with the B2 Spirit that includes a well detailed user installation manual, various screws, motherboard stand-offs and six cable ties.  This is the basic accessory pack that is included with every case.  Being a full tower case, I expected there to be a few more cable ties, and maybe an extension cable for the 8-pin motherboard power connector.

Rosewill B2 Spirit Case Features

  • Supports up to 400mm Graphics Card
  • Supports up to 200mm CPU cooler height
  • Supports up to 280mm Liquid-Cooling Radiator
  • Pop-out Front Fans
  • Soft-Touch Paint
Rosewill B2 Spirit Case Specifications
Type ATX Full Tower
Color Black
Case Material Steel
With Power Supply No
Motherboard Compatibility Micro ATX / ATX / E-ATX / XL-ATX / HPTX
Side Panel Window No
External 5.25″ Drive Bays 4
Internal 3.5″ Drive Bays 13
Internal 2.5″ Drive Bays 0
Expansion Slots 10
Front Ports 4x USB 3.0 / 2x USB 2.0 / Audio
Cooling Features Front:  2x 140mm (provided)

Back:  1x 120mm or 1x 140mm (provided)

Top:  3x 120mm or 3x 140mm (2 Blue LED provided) or 2x 200mm

Bottom:  2x 120mm, or 1x 140mm

Dimensions 22.83″ x 9.84″ x 24.02″ (H x W x D)
Weight 39.24lbs

Let’s begin by taking a look at the exterior of the Rosewill B2 Spirit!

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  • Jason McAllister

    It’s a great case. I’ve owned several enthusist cases and this is my favorite so far. Became necessary when I started building on a large RAID arrays. 10 Hdds, and a boot SSD and still have room to grow.

  • CERO

    How does this compare to other supertowers like HAF-X, Cosmos and the Corsair Obsidian 900D in terms of size and space?

    Would this thing fit those monstrous threadripper air fans by noctua?

    • Jason McAllister

      Would this thing fit those monstrous threadripper air fans by noctua? Easily…

      • CERO

        I settled for the Thermaltake Core X9.. this thing is stupidly big.

  • Coach

    I really like the filter removal and cleaning ability on this case. I wonder how sturdy the slide switch for the top opening is. Very cool unless the slide is cheap. I have to consider this in my next purchase. I’m shopping for a full tower case. Thanks.

    • Steven Kean

      If you’re looking for a full tower case, this is a great choice. I really liked working with it. Most of the “issues” I encountered, not everybody will. The slide at the top feels pretty sturdy, I messed with it for a while flipping it back and forth and never had an issue.