Bitfenix shows three prototypes enclosures




The Taiwanese manufacturer BitFenix ​​has its upcoming lineup of enclosures shown at Computex. The company spent three prototypes along. BitFenix ​​made a MITX housing, greater matx casing and a large ATX cabinet.

The largest of the trio is the Atlas. In this case motherboards to EATX format, with eight expansion slots, can be built. There is room for up to ten 3.5 “drives and six 2.5” drives. Those drives are embedded in the right-hand compartment of the 383mm wide cabinet. That leaves plenty of room for cooling, there is seating for six and four 120mm 140mm fans in both the front, top and side. Back another two 120mm fans can be installed. The casing is light, dust and uitschuiftray’s features.

BitFenix ​​Atlas BitFenix ​​Atlas BitFenix ​​Atlas

A slightly more conventional housing, the Aegis: This matx and MITX casing is 200mm wide and 465mm high and deep. It holds four 3.5 “drives, along with three 2.5” drives. There is still plenty of room for cooling: front three 120mm fans, adjust the top two 120mm or 140mm fans, and both the bottom and back of a 120mm specimen. Of course, the fans can be swapped for radiators for water cooling.

BitFenix ​​Aegis BitFenix ​​Aegis

The smallest housing is the most subtle: Pandora has two panels which are also the curves of the front panel. They do not close at all to what it is filled. Through a screen with BitFenix ​​logo That logo is not standard: the small LCD module’s own content can be displayed. Also on the upper side there is a removable grid, along with the front panel connector. The casing is 160mm wide, 418mm high and 459mm deep. That leaves room for a MITX board, two 3.5 “- and 2.5” drives and two 120mm fans in the front and top. The designs are yet to be finalized, prices and release dates are still unknown.


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