BitFenix, the leading PC hardware engineer, renowned for its contemporary models, has uncovered the latest creation to public – ATX chassis, Ronin. Leaving no room for the competitors it has matchless features such as enhanced coiling attributes, exclusive styling, DIY – friendly features and sensational BitFenix quality.
The clean black finishing of the exterior gives Ronin an elite class of BitFenix design. To make it stain resistant and give eminent feel the top and front panels are coated in BitFenix SofTouch Surface Treatment; micro-mesh strips provide excellent ventilation.
The acrylic window permits the enthusiasts to observe their hardware payload. An easy to install Stealth Cover protects optical drives, hard disks, power supply and gives a tidy look to cabling; moreover Stealth Cover ornamented in micro-texture finish is amazing on its own, and facilitates most of the novice builders.
Not only this, Ronin encloses two 140mm fans or water cooling radiators up to 240mm in length. Ronin has two 120mm fan locations, one on the bottom and the other on back panel. The incorporated FlexCage is modular and detachable, allowing direct airflow to the hottest hardware though allocating sufficient space for graphics cards up to 420mm in length. Additionally, the chassis has two 120mm Spectre Fans and space for up to six 3.5” hard disks or 2.5” SSDs.
Ronin has catered to its competitor moves with surplus DIY-friendly features like the drives have been secured through tool-free drive locking mechanisms, whereas ample of cable management locations enhance clean and tidy build. Without taking of the motherboard CPU coolers can be swapped because of large CPU model. The filtered front intakes and a magnetic bottom filter make the system good from inside.
Ronin has tried to meet the expectations of BitFenix admirers by providing rigorous quality checks and the availability is ensured by mid July.