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BitFenix Shinobi Chassis Review



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When i hear the name Shinobi it automatically takes me back to a much simpler time when i used to sit in front of the TV playing the loved arcade game on my Sega Megadrive (Genesis). I was the master at throwing death stars i’ll have you know. Shinobi is also a term referred to a ninja, hence the game and many films named after it. This time however it refers to a case from Bitfenix which is said to offer up smooth styling and stealthy looks, giving the user room for mass amounts of components whilst keeping effective cooling and connectivity at the top of its list.

BitFenix also pride themselves on making their cases as friendly as possible to the consumer by raising the quality that is missed out on some other case manufacturers on the market.

The Shinobi captures some unique features with it’s rubber coating and stealth looks, but is it as deadly as the name makes it out to be?

A brief description on the Shinobi:

Named after some of the most feared assassins of the modern age, Shinobi empowers the digital warrior to silently and efficiently dispatch his opponents. Maximum expansion and compatibility with long graphics cards enables you to equip Shinobi with the tools you need to get the job done. Superior cooling options allow the system to stay cool and collected during the heat of battle, while a sophisticated yet understated styling shows the opposition you mean business.

Specifications
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Materials Steel, Plastic
Color (Int/Ext) Black/Black
Side Panel Solid Steel
Dimensions (WxHxD) 205 x 460 x 490 mm (ATX Mid Tower)
Motherboard Sizes Mini-ITX, mATX, ATX
5.25″ Drive Bays x 3
3.5″ Drive Bays x 8 (1 x external, using 5.25” adapter)
2.5″ Drive Bays x 1 (using 5.25” adapter)
Cooling Front 2 x 120mm (optional)
Cooling Rear 1 x 120mm (included) or 1 x 92mm (optional)
Cooling Side Panel N/A
Cooling Top 2 x 140mm or 2 x 120mm (optional)
Cooling Bottom 1 x 120mm (optional)
PCI Slots x 7
I/O 4 x USB2.0, Audio
Power Supply PS2 ATX (bottom, multi direction)
Extras N/A


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  • Jsedge

    I like the rubberised plastic, I bet it has a much better feel than basic plastic but you can do a lot more with it than metal!

  • aruffell

    It does feel a lot tougher and it gives an all around better look to the styling as it's unique in a way.

  • Tommo

    Aruffell;16658 wrote: It does feel a lot tougher and it gives an all around better look to the styling as it's unique in a way.

    This looks to be a really nice case, think I might keep my eye open for one of these

  • Si KeVin

    Wow how Ironic. I like playing total war:shogun 2 and i also like shinobi case. 😀

  • aruffell

    Tommo;16668 wrote: This looks to be a really nice case, think I might keep my eye open for one of these

    Good choice as it's really a lovely case.

    Si KeVin;16673 wrote: Wow how Ironic. I like playing total war:shogun 2 and i also like shinobi case. 😀

    Ahha, i keep seeing steam trying to get me to buy that 😀

  • Si KeVin

    Ahha, i keep seeing steam trying to get me to buy that 😀

    It came with the graphics card that i bought last week. 😀

  • aruffell

    Si KeVin;16677 wrote: It came with the graphics card that i bought last week. 😀

    Ahhh any good?

  • rrplay

    The Shinobi is a winner for me even without the USB 3 .it's just a well thought out chassis with an attention to details that make a big difference in a build. Appreciate all the efforts that went into a review as well the video in presenting the Shinobi from unbox to system build. way to go Andy !:)Seems like spending the extra cash on a modular PSU would be the way to go with this chassis.Thanks

  • omegadoom13

    Thank you Andy for a great review and unboxing video! The Shinobi is a very classy, professional looking case. I really like that rubberized plastic coating.