Interesting New BitFenix Chassis Revealed at Computex

/ 4 years ago


BitFenix has a colossal booth this year at Computex, and they’ve rolled out their latest and greatest products for us all to see. First up, the Trident, an E-ATX capable full-tower that makes no excuses when it comes to high-end hardware, water cooling and more.



Next up, we have Cape, another E-ATX capable behemoth that  seems a little off-beat in terms of design, but with a huge tempered glass window to show off your build, it’s not exactly ugly either. it has room for a mighty amount of hardware, but I do think the open section at the top looks a little strange, but it does a nice job of allowing top mounted cooling, blocking noise and keeping things looking clean.







Another quirky design here with the Aurora, which features dual glass windows like the chassis above, a curvy front panel for extra airflow and sound dampening, and room for a lot of high-end hardware.





Which one of these new chassis is your favourite? How do you feel about those interesting front and top panel designs?

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