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Rosewill products

Post by Tim Burton » Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:43 am

I found a good deal on a Rosewill product. Does anyone have any experience with them? Do they make decent products?

Should I buy their stuff? They are all over newegg and they seem to respond to bad customer reviews offering to exchange the item.

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Re: Rosewill products

Post by pwcmed » Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:50 am

I've had quite a few rosewill products and they all have worked pretty good. I just bought a 430w power supply ten minutes ago for folding machine I'm putting together for $34.99 free shipping. I also saw a sweet deal for a 9800tx+ , a Rosewill 630w PS and COD 4 W&W for 150 bucks.

I think that company is owned by newegg, I think

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Post by GI-JOE » Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:29 am

pwcmed wrote:I've had quite a few rosewill products and they all have worked pretty good. I just bought a 430w power supply ten minutes ago for folding machine I'm putting together for $34.99 free shipping. I also saw a sweet deal for a 9800tx+ , a Rosewill 630w PS and COD 4 W&W for 150 bucks.

I think that company is owned by newegg, I think
Yes, Rosewill is owned by newegg. I have had nothing but GOOD experience with their products! :mrgreen:

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Re: Rosewill products

Post by Sparky » Fri Jun 26, 2009 5:47 am

I've got an external HD enclosure and it works great.

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Re: Rosewill products

Post by /dev/null » Tue Jul 07, 2009 5:25 pm

I too have bought several Rosewill products from Newegg but never until now knew they were owned by Newegg. That rocks I think Newegg is the best place to order stuff from if they have what you're looking for.. My current PSU is from Rosewill and is probably the most heavily taxed of all the peripherals I've bought from them and has been running like a champ for 3 1/2 years. People always advise to not skimp on the PSU as well because cheaper ones commonly fail, and I'm sure Rosewill took into consideration the manufacturing process that the higher end companies use since newegg deals with them and gets feedback on all of them at the same time. truly a win/win situation all around for bargain shoppers :)

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Re: Rosewill products

Post by HACKhalo2 » Wed Jul 08, 2009 11:28 am

I think I'm going to pick up the Rosewill RH-40C Headset. It'll be nice to plug these suckers into the Xtremegamer and use it's 7.1 VSS (Virtual Surround Sound) to the max!

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Re: Rosewill products

Post by Digerati » Sat Jul 11, 2009 1:21 am

I have been using a Rosewill PSU for about 7 months now with no issues. But their products do feel cheap.

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Post by mr_noname111 » Sat Jul 11, 2009 5:23 pm

I've used a Rosewill fan (was absolute crap), and a fan controller which was decent. Packaging was excellent though.
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Post by stev » Sat Jul 11, 2009 6:36 pm

Got a Roswell internal 4-USB card for an old computer that had no USB functionality. The card works well. No complaints either. Windows XP loaded on this old Windows 95 machine and the USB made it functional once again.
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Re: Rosewill products

Post by HONkUS » Fri Sep 04, 2009 9:26 pm

Ive used Rosewill PSU's, cases and fans and while they do feel cheap their pretty well built, especially for their price.

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Re: Rosewill products

Post by smack323 » Thu Sep 10, 2009 8:23 pm

I would say if your going to buy cheap Rosewell is the way to go. They will replace pretty much anything no questions asked. They do feel cheap. I have a PSU in my Mame machine i pulled out of a case from them and i think it weighs half as much as my OSZ PSU with the same watts rating.
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Re: Rosewill products

Post by The Flying Pig » Mon Sep 21, 2009 11:28 am

I got a rosewill external hdd enclosure.
Like the others, felt cheap, but lasts a long time. :)
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Post by DL13 » Mon Sep 21, 2009 9:18 pm

I have a Rosewill 550w PUS in my son PC, it dos the job and it's over a year old and I had no problems with it.
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Re: Rosewill products

Post by ckthecerealkiller » Wed Sep 30, 2009 5:22 pm

I have purchased 2 rosewill products. I got a 400w PSU that looked fairly good. 22A on +12v rail (entry level system) I went through 3 RMA's before I got a working one. I also found it to be somewhat inefficient. I found it hard to believe I had to go through so many when it was rated well on newegg.com. I also got a mid-tower case from them and that did work, not exceptionally well, but it was cheap. I'd give em 2 eggs overall (1 on PSU and 3 on case).

I might be one of few that just got bad luck, but it was only 2 products. If other report multiple good products then I'd say go for em. I'm just spoiled with my corsair PSUs, and antec/nzxt cases.

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