In the simplest terms, an Aegis is a shield of protection to the heart of the warrior that wears this protective armor. This is a very fitting picture of the theme of this case from BitFenix. The BitFenix brand made mini computing a cool and universal way of life for many builder’s taking advantage of the newer smaller and magnificent new M-ITX and Micro ATX computers that have the same relative power of its bigger ATX counterparts with the BitFenix Prodigy Line of machines. In a way they invented the way to put together full custom looped water cooled Monster and stuffed it nicely into a small chassis that not only worked great but looked even better. So many flavors and mods have been commercially developed for that little chassis that could and now the people at BitFenix are at it again with the BitFenix Aegis Micro-ATX computer case.
BitFenix is introducing a brand new Micro-ATX case in AEGIS. This case was first shown at Computex and now it is here! The case will actually be available in 5 different colors, black, white, blue, yellow and red. While not only looking great this case packs in a ton of different features.
Standard-height DDR3 memory modules with higher performance rates have been announced by G.Skill. The AEGIS line of memory modules has been introduced for gaming PC builds and is already guaranteeing the high performance which everyone desires. These will launch and fall under the sub $100 price-points and will come with lifetime warranties.
Computer Cases are becoming more and more creative as time elapses. Today we have a chance to look at one of those computer cases which has used some creativity. Provided by Geeks.com the Chieftec Aegis Mid Tower case has a couple of unique features you wouldn’t typically see on other mid tower cases. This mid tower case is slightly larger than your typical mid tower case. This case offers plenty of room to work around with and a couple of features you may find important for your installation. Read on further to find out more.
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