Computex: Bitfenix Show Off Their New Ronin ATX Chassis

/ 6 years ago


Not only have Bitfenix already blown us away with their new mATX Prodigy design, as well as three brand new mATX / Mini-ITX chassis designs, but they’ve also invested a lot of time in creating some awesome new ATX chassis too, the first one we had a look at is the Ronin.

Much like we saw with their Ghost chassis, the Ronin will feature room for an optional 12cm Alchemy LED lighting strip beneath its stealthcover, giving it a subtle lighting effect throughout.


The chassis supports Mini-ITX, mATX and ATX motherboards, making it very versatile for a range of high end motherboards.


There’s plenty of room for cooling too and it will hold a 240mm radiator, but also plenty of 120mm fans or a pair of 240mm fans in the top.


There is room for 8 HDDs and 7 expansion cards, making this more than enough for a mid to high end gaming rig, certainly enough room for a multi GPU setup.


A huge side panel window gives a really clear view of the chassis interior, but the stealth cover also hides the PSU, storage bays and is backlit with the Alchemy lights, giving a very clean and unique visual look to the system.

Release date is expected to be within Q3 and prices have yet to be confirmed but we will bring you more information as soon as we have it.

Stay tuned to eTeknix for more Computex coverage in our Computex section.

Image(s) courtesy of BitFenix

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2 Responses to “Computex: Bitfenix Show Off Their New Ronin ATX Chassis”
  1. Wayne says:

    I wonder if it’ll be available without the ‘rock concert’ finish. Otherwise it looks pretty decent.

  2. d6bmg says:

    Very good chassis design by Bitfenix.
    Let see what’s the rice of it.

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