BitFenix has just announced its newest creation from its design lab, the Phenom. The case features a clean , uncluttered styling and tremendous build flexibility, Phenom represents the perfect marriage of advanced functionality with next-level SFF design for a case that’s sure to be an instant classic.
The case features the same SofTouch coating on the top and front and BitFenix is known for. There are mesh accents along the side make for a pretty sleek look. The Phenom comes in both mini-ITX and micro-ATX variants to meet the needs of an even larger group of users.
The Mini-ITX version has room for 240mm radiators at the top of the case. The FlexCage supports up to five 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch hard drives. It can also be removed to make room for long video cards up to 330mm in length. There is an included 5.25-inch drive adapter and additional mounts on the side panel and PSU cage. Incredibly you can fit up to six 3.5-inch hard drives or 11 solid state drives in this case! There are 5 fan locations and you can fit CPU coolers up to 175mm in height.
The Micro-ATX version brings with it five PCI slots for enhanced expansion capabilities. The removable hard drive rack supports up to two 3.5-inch hard drives or three 3.5-inch solid state drives. The bottom panel can be equipped with two more more 3.5-inch hard drives or exhaust fans. With a single graphics card installed the top panel can fit slim radiators like ones found on most all-in-one 240mm units. For air coolers you can fit CPU coolers up to 160 mm in height.
Both versions of the Phenom will be available on store shelves in October.