Bitfenix Ronin Mid-Tower ATX Build

June 30, 2014 in Cases, Enclosures, Gaming, Guides, Motherboards & Chipsets, PC

 

The Bitfenix Ronin

Let’s take a look at the chassis itself for those of you who aren’t familiar with it, or to refresh the memories of those who may have forgotten.

As we mentioned above the Ronin is a mid-tower chassis that sports three 5 1/4 in drive bays, two USB2.0, USB 3.0 ports, and audio jacks. The SoftTouch surface is found on the top, and front of the case. It really does live up to its name as it is a great feel in our opinion.

PS Ron Case 1

The left of the case features a large windowed side panel that gives you a very clear view of what’s going on inside.

Ron Case 7

One special feature of the Ronin is its removable stealth cover which hides the HDD cage found in the case, and also helps hide less them desirable cable management attempts.

Ron Case 6

With the front panel removed, we see that the case comes stocked with a 120mm fan protected by a fan filter. An additional 120mm fan can be mounted to increase air flow. Bitfenix has added an optional fan filter to utilize to place on an extra fan you wish to install in the front.

PS Ron Case 18

PS Case 20

The top of the Ronin allows for the placement of two 120mm, or two 140mm fans. Individual fan filters for the fans are not provided. However the top panel does add protection from those nasty particles trying to muck up your system.

Ron Case 15

The rear of the case features one included 120mm fan along with standard I/O shield cut out, and nine expansion slots, and water cooling tubing pass throughs.

Rear Case

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