BitFenix Ronin Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

 BitFenix Ronin Review  

 

Introduction

The term Ronin is most commonly used to describe the Samurai Warrior who, whether through the death of his master or his own dishonour finds himself a free agent.  In modern japan however it can also be used to describe a professional who is between jobs or a High school graduate who has yet to start University.  And what better way to spend that glorious free time than gaming away until the wee small hours. 

On the face of it there's little to differentiate the Ronin from the plethora of other smallish ATX cases on the market.  The Ronin though does have a few features that cause it to stand out just that little bit from the crowd, Although not entirely unique, the Ronin does provide native water cooling support in the roof, along with an innovative stealth panel that fits just inside the windowed side panel, but more of this later, for now lets have a look at the spec sheet and see if the Ronin's vital statistics are pleasing to the eye.

 

Technical Specification

Materials

SofTouch™, Plastic, Steel

Colors (Int/Ext)

Black/Black

Dimensions (WxHxD)

205 x 483 x 505mm

Motherboard Sizes

ATX, mATX, mini-ITX

5.25” Drive Bays

x 3

3.5” Drive Bays

x 6 (3 + 3)

2.5” Drive Bays

x 6 (using 3.5" trays)

Cooling Front

120mm x 2 (1 included)

Cooling Rear

120mm x 1 (included)

Cooling Top

120mm x 2 (optional) or 140mm x 2 (optional)

Cooling Bottom

120mm x 1 (optional)

PCI Slots

x 7

I/O

2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, HD Audio

Power Supply

PS2 ATX (bottom, multi direction)

Extras

Stealth Cover, SofTouch™ surface treatment,   filtered intakes, tool-free drive locking

Model Number

BFC-RON-300-KKWSK-RP

Note

LED lighting not included. Sold separately

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Most Recent Comments

15-08-2013, 05:48:00

SPS
Look at that lovely big clear side window.Quote

15-08-2013, 06:32:23

Feronix
Quote:
Originally Posted by SPS View Post
Look at that lovely big clear side window.
That gets covered up for a big part by that stealth cover

Thanks Gary! I'll read this later today.Quote

15-08-2013, 07:37:13

xbournex
the stealth cover and its support bar can be completely removed.Quote

15-08-2013, 07:52:13

Feronix
Quote:
Originally Posted by xbournex View Post
the stealth cover and its support bar can be completely removed.
But then you're looking at grommet-less cable management, which doesn't tend to look very good, usually Quote

15-08-2013, 11:53:29

UkGouki
wondering if the ronin window panel will fit on the shinobi mid tower they look the same size.. and if so ill buy one!!

tbh i really like the look of this case for the window panel alone but like you said in the review i would likly go for a nanoxia or even a ghost if i was to buy a new chassis any time soon :-/Quote
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