** BITFENIX RONIN - PRE ORDER YOUR NEW CASE TODAY **

rjk

rjk

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Hi Guys

New from Bitfenix, the Ronin takes on a thriving case market and brings a list of new features. This is Bitfenix doing what they do best. Innovation

A huge side window with the ugly stuff blanked off. No nasty HDD cages on show, but instead, focus on your core hardware.

Plenty of ventilation as well as sleek classic design ethos makes the Ronin a real.

240mm radiator support for the ever increasing large capacity LCS units and bespoke Watercooling solutions.

USB3.0 performance ports in convenient locations.

The Ronin has been designed with the user in mind. Simple to build in, elegant gaming chassis with a great price point.


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BitFenix Ronin Tower Case - Black @ £69.95 inc VAT

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A warrior without a master, a chassis without limits. Ronin combines a dark, stealthy design with enhanced hardware compatibility for a case built for vengeance. Removable micro mesh strips provide additional ventilation and customization options, while the large window side panel with innovative Stealth Cover enables you to simultaneously show off the hardware you want and hide away the parts you don't. To keep things frosty, Ronin can be outfitted with up to five fans, or a top-mounted 240mm water cooling radiator for superb cooling potential. Install up to six HDDs or SSDs inside the included FlexCage™, or slide out the middle section for direct airflow to even the longest graphics cards. Equipped with a bevy of DIY friendly features and signature BitFenix SofTouch™ Surface Treatment, Ronin vanquishes your opponents in style.

Features:-
- Sleek Modern Design: Smooth curves with removable micro mesh strips
- Huge Window Side Panel: Clearly see the hardware inside
- Innovative Stealth Cover: Hide away ODDs, HDDs, PSU, and unsightly cables
- Superior Cooling:Install up to five system fans or a 240mm water cooling radiator
- Removable FlexCage™: Install six HDDs/SSDs or remove middle section for extra long graphics cards
- SuperSpeed USB 3.0: Two ports included for ultra-fast file transfers
- BitFenix SofTouch™ Surface Treatment: Luxurious matte finish and soft feel
- Trouble-free Installation: Tool-free drive locking mechanisms, magnetic bottom dust filter

Specification:-
- Materials: Steel, Plastic
- Colours (Int/Ext): Black/Black
- Motherboard Sizes: ATX, mATX, mini-ITX
- 5.25” Drive Bays: x 3
- 3.5” Drive Bays: x 6 (3 + 3)
- 2.5” Drive Bays: x 6 (3 + 3)
- Cooling Front: 2 x 120mm (1 included)
- Cooling Rear: 1 x 120mm (included)
- Cooling Top: 2 x 120mm (optional) or 2 x 140mm (optional)
- PCI Slots: 7
- I/O: 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, HD Audio
- Power Supply: PS2 ATX (bottom, multi direction)
- Extras: SofTouch™ Surface Treatment, magnetic bottom filter, tool-free drive locking
- Dimensions: 205(W) x 483(H) x 505(D) mm

Only £69.95 inc VAT.

ORDER NOW
 

rjk

rjk

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i think features wise, this is a big step up from the shinobi.

the case has a lot of space inside it and it is used well. there is a lot of room for a very comples build with this case.

just look at the cable management space at the rear of the motherboard tray!

I think it is far too early to think about an XL version. i am sure BF will be monitoring sales of the Ronin to see if there is a demand.
 
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I thought it was probably too early but wanted to register my interest :p
Definitely looks like an awesome case, something I would consider if I was in the market for a mid tower (along with Fractal of course).
 
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The off center rad/fan holes in the roof is a nice touch
No more issues with thick 240 rads fouling mobo heatsinks.
And a lot of quality features for the price -

Spay paint that 'stealth cover' for an instant unique look.
In fact lots of potential for the modeling community
 
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Looks similar to the fractal arc midi r2 with a blanking plate. Looks a bit nicer and a bit cheaper it makes me regret getting my fractal :(
 
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Looks nice for the price for sure, I'd be tempted to make the jump to a 350D myself for the extra cash as I prefer the looks. But not in the market for cases anyway :)
 
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Beautiful case! Shame as it's a bit small for all the crap I have in my Haf X otherwise I would have got it. Do they plan on making a full size tower one?
 
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