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1st Player Rainbow R3 Gaming Case - Black

CCL Code: CAS3551
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Manufacturer Code: RAINBOW-R3
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Manufacturer: 1st Player
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1st Player Rainbow R3 Gaming Case - Black

Key Features:

  • PSU not included
  • 0 x 5.25" External Bay(s)
  • 2 x 2.5", 2 x 3.5" HDD Bay(s)
  • Max MB Size: ATX
  • Tempered Glass

Delivery Options (from £5.99)

Saturday 4th April via DPD Saturday

Tuesday 7th April via Standard DPD

Collection Options

Collection is currently unavailable

Our Leeds/Bradford showroom is currently closed until further notice in order to keep our staff and customers safe.

£25.39

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100+ Available Online

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The Rainbow R3 is a stunning mid-tower gaming case with an elegant backslash LED across the panel, with 19 lighting modes. Comes with a tempered glass side panel to showcase your system.

Clearances

  • Max CPU Cooler Height: 160mm
  • Max GPU Length: 300mm

Storage

Internal Expansion Bays 2 x 2.5"
2 x 3.5"

Expansion

Expansion Slots 7 x Full Height

Interfaces/Ports

USB Ports 1 x USB 3.0
1 x USB 2.0
Headphone Ports 1 x 3.5mm Jack
Microphone In Port 1 x 3.5mm Jack

Electrical

Cooling System Front: Supports 2 x 120mm fans
Top: Supports 1 x 120mm fan
Rear: Supports 1 x 120mm fan
Power Supply ATX Power Supply supported

Physical

Form Factor Mid Tower Case
Case Colour Black
Motherboard Compatibility ATX
MicroATX
Width 180 mm
Depth 380 mm
Height 435 mm

Key Features

Firewire No
Main Colour Black
Case Type Tower
USB 3.0 Support Yes
Case Form Factor Mid Tower
Power Supply Included No
Optimised for Gaming
80Plus Rated No
PSU Form Factor ATX
Display Model in Showroom No
e-SATA No
L.E.D Fan No LED
Internal 3.5" Bay 2
Internal 2.5" Bay 2
ATX Yes
Micro-ATX No
ITX No
E-ATX No
XL-ATX No
Cooler Height 160 mm
Built-in Card Reader No
USB Type-C Support No
Front HDMI No
Side Panel Type Tempered Glass
GPU Length 300 mm
PSU Depth 180 mm
Front Audio Type Separate
Maximum Motherboard Size Supported ATX

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer 1st Player
Manufacturer Code RAINBOW-R3
EAN 6931630200451
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer 1st Player
Manufacturer Code RAINBOW-R3

Do you have you a question about the 1st Player Rainbow R3 Mid Tower ATX Case with RGB Front Panel?

Q: How do i remove the front panel of this case?
Answer by Website User on 7th February 2020
From the inside of the case you will see some plastic plugs (they are attached to the front panel and just friction fit in the chassis) just push those plugs and the front case will pop off.
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Q: How and where do I attach a 2.5" drive? I can't seem to find any mounting screw holes or anyplace that I can bolt in the drive.
Answer by Website User on 7th February 2020
it goes on the back of the motherboard tray at the bottom
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Q: does it suport micro atx boards?
Answer by Website User on 1st January 2020
Yes
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Q: Well it says the case supports 1 120mm front fan, well I've got the case but where am I supposed to mount it?
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Q: Does it support AIO water cooling?
Answer by Website User on 17th January 2020
This does not officially support watercooling. - Kristian N
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Q: Is the power cable included?
Answer by Website User on 19th November 2019
No, the power cable comes with the PSU, not the case.
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Q: Will I be able to fit a DVD Drive into this case?
Answer by Website User on 13th May 2019
This case does not support a DVD drive. - Kristian N
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Q: Does it include fans?
Answer by Website User on 29th April 2019
No, it does not.
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Q: Does this Case support 2 SSD's and a HDD?
Answer by Website User on 25th April 2019
This can support 2 x 2.5" and 2 x 3.5" drives. - Kristian N
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Q: How to change the color of the led, in my case, it only has blue color.
Answer by Website User on 22nd March 2019
Unfortunately, we do not have information on the wiring on this system so we are unable to advise as we do not have a technical support team here.
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Answer by Website User on 13th May 2019
To Change the colour from the Default Blue colour you need to use the Wire that comes from the little circlular RESET switch on the case. Instead of plugging the RESET wire onto the reset pins on the Motherboard, you need to pull the front of the case off and you will see the LED Strip, on the back of the Strip is a White Plug, this White plug is already plugged in (which is why its already Blue) next to that white plug is a 2 pin black plug, you need to plug your RESET cable into that 2 Pin Black plug. this will now allow you to change the color of the LED strip using the reset button.
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Answer by Website User on 7th February 2020
theirs an easier way to do this that has the same effect as described: so coming out of the LED strip there should be two sets of wires, we'll call the A and B. A is the longer one with a molex adaptor on the end and is used to power the led strip, B is the other wire and is shorter and (if it arrived like mine) should have a little 'adapter' on the end that exposes two metal pins that can be plugged into a socket, you dont actually need to plug it in anywhere however. Just make sure the LED strip is powered on and connect those two pins for a brief moment and the settings will be cycled through (you can connect them with anything, a spare wire or another piece of conductive metal).
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Q: Are the air intakes filtered?
Answer by Website User on 18th March 2019
The air intakes will not be filtered and you will need to add this manually. - Kristian N
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Q: does the front panel come off
Answer by Website User on 11th January 2019
Yes the front panel will come off this case. - Matthewt
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4 / 5 12 reviews

Darren

last week

Be warned the case pictured does not come as shown and I was not impressed at all with the fact the side panel is flat and has no where to hide cables and ends up being a nightmare to close unless your using every psu cable or have a modular psu. Also there's a flaw it has no escape for the CPU Power so you have to route it up the side and all the way over the motherboard , not so bad if you have a long enough cable but if not factor in a 4/8 pin extension for the cable or you will have to drag it over the main board which looks bad on any build.The front panel connectors have no label but they are keyed so you can figure out whats what easy enough. It has some rough edges especially around cable threw holes and are sharp so watch out with tearing up braid, for the price I'd have given it another star as a perfect first gaming pc case if not for the misleading pictures making me think it had place for unused cables in the form of a side panel as pictured.

Wayland Sothcott

3 months ago

I bought this case and the CiT Beam Mid Tower at the same time both for the same price. This is the higher quality case due to it's glass side rather than plastic and it has a USB3 front port. It takes up to 7 slot motherboards rather than the smaller 4 slot ones. However this does not make it the more suitable case. See my CiT Beam review for why. This case is suitable for a more modern motherboard with USB 3 because otherwise you need to spend money on a USB2 to USB3 adaptor. You also need to spend money on a rear 120mm RGB fan. The hard drive mounting places are not very cleaver. If you're just mounting an SSD then no problem. I wanted a HDD as well and this then interfered with my HD5970 graphics card so I had to get creative and mount it on the outside under the front panel. A lot of hassle as it does not want to go there. The cables from the PSU are also exposed so you might want to use a modular PSU but then if you have that sort of money you should spend more on the case. Conclusion, hard to build in but looks and feels good when done. So mixed feelings about this case.

Ameli

4 months ago

It us a very good case , abit delicate , you will need to be careful with the screws as they are a bit fragile.The rgb light in front is very good . I will recommend it .

Diggus-Bickus

10 months ago

Nice looking case on the website hence purchased. But, don't be fooled. It DOES NOT have a raised side panel for the cables as shown on the website. It does not come with any instructions on how to correctly wire the front LED strip to be able to change the colours. The metal is extremely flimsy The drive mounting arrangement is a joke. This case looks nice, that is all. Spend 20/30 more and get a named brand Oh, and my front LED strip failed after 4 days.

Gergely Demeter

11 months ago

I'm happy with everything.

Abbott

March 2019

Great compnay to buy things from. Great vaule and shipping

Kaloyan

February 2019

SUPER SMALL CASE...

PAUL CROWLEY

February 2019

Very nice case indeed, tempered glass side panel, rgb strip on the front, usb 3, good space for cable management although rear panel is flat. No space for a front fan if using a hdd.

Mr Ochian

February 2019

Recommended !

Paul Elliott

January 2019

It does what it has too do I'm impressed with the design features and so easy to set up with the board I purchased from CCL

Thomas Hynes

January 2019

The case is fantastic, I was super impressed with the price and the looks of the case. CCL like always was great and sent out the item in record time. I couldn't recommened any more than CCL for computer parts.

Niranjan

January 2019

Excellent product with excellent service

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