Bitfenix AEGIS


Bitfenix AEGIS

Bitfenix AEGIS


AEGIS features a beautiful rounded shield-inspired front with the same ICON logo display featured on Pandora, and a sporty fresh design all around. It comes in black, white and 3 vibrant colors (red, blue, yellow) and supports an impressive amount of fans and radiators: up to 8 120mm fans or 5 140mm fans, dual 280 radiators and even a dual 360 build is possible with slim rads.

The 3 tool free storage cages are modular and can be moved around or taken out all together, in which case there is still a hidden 2.5" slot behind the PSU and a "show off" 2.5" slot next to the mainboard tray. Besides some nice dust filters on the top, front and bottom, it comes with a built in fan controller, a stylish PSU cover, a rubber padded pump bracket and last but not least a neat Reservoir bracket, that let users attach a reservoir or pump/res combo to a 240 or 360 radiator.


Bitfenix AEGIS


Bitfenix ICON™ Logo Display

AEGIS features an even larger 2.8" ICON color Display than Pandora
Simple Plug n Play USB cable and Drag and Drop app to customize the Case Logo
Open Source - ready for custom apps and scripts


Bitfenix AEGIS 

Bitfenix AEGIS


MATX Performance

Up to 8 120mm Fans or 5 140mm fans - there is no air standing still in this case!
And thanks to Magnetic and clip-on dust filters all around, dust bunnies are banned for life


Bitfenix AEGIS 


Watercooling Ready

AEGIS supports a 360+240 loop or a dual 280 radiator combo!
Pumps and reservoirs can be installed on the case bottom, or our bundled brackets which enable them to hang from the case top or front, or be secured directly to a 240 or 360 radiator! 


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Specifications and radiator support


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Most Recent Comments

26-02-2015, 14:21:12

Have you asked Bitfenix to send one in for review?Quote

26-02-2015, 14:29:19

That is a very nicely designed case :O
I'd love it with top covered though and all sound dampening material all over.Quote

26-02-2015, 16:43:08

Definite on my short list of cases for next build. Watched the video on the Bitfenix site and am very happy with the flexibility of this case. Also all the mounts for pump and res are very nice inclusions. I don't know if I would have the Res hanging in front of the window though. Its just new and different to me, and I would have to try it out in person to see if I liked it.


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