BitFenix Shogun: case with backlit ASUS Aura

BitFenix Shogun: case with backlit ASUS Aura

Taiwan company BitFenix ​​has become available another offer in the segment of high-quality computer cases. Demanding functionality users expect chassis model called BitFenix ​​Shogun, which is made in the Middle-Tower format and can be placed inside the motherboard E-ATX.

The case is made in black color and has a matte finish surfaces, side panels in this case are made of tempered glass, and if the right side is used is completely transparent, the left – absolutely tight light. The basis for except glass steel chassis, aluminum panel, metal frame of SECC steel grades, as well as plastic ABS.

BitFenix Shogun: case with backlit ASUS Aura

BitFenix ​​Shogun: Features

Stylish body sizes compatible with motherboards E-ATX, ATX, microATX and Mini-ITX, optical drives do not have seats for 3.5-inch drives, there are six compartments (2.5-inch drives can be busy) but this only under SSD allocated five compartments.

Model BitFenix ​​Shogun is spacious enough inside to install the CPU cooler height maximum 175 mm, enough space for the installation of video cards up to 410 mm and a power supply of up to 250 mm in length.

BitFenix Shogun: case with backlit ASUS Aura

Excellent opportunities present case offers cooling components installed. Thus, the housing is equipped with two 120 mm in front of the fans, one fan is located in a rear part. Note the possibility of placement in the chassis and radiator water cooling systems. Designated by the CBO are present in the front, back and top.

It is said that to install SSD manufacturer has provided specific modules Quick Custom SSD Chroma with Aura backlit certified ASUS.

BitFenix Shogun: case with backlit ASUS Aura

BitFenix ​​Shogun: Price

BitFenix ​​Shogun housing has dimensions of 250 × 525 × 565 mm and is characterized by an impressive weight of 14.15 kg. As for its price, it has not yet been announced.

Source: bitfenix

BitFenix Shogun: case with backlit ASUS Aura was last modified: December 9th, 2016 by Casey Rembrandt