BitFenix has announced its Phenom chassis.
Featuring mesh accents along the sides of the case complementing the smooth surfaces of the SofTouch-coated top and front panels, the Phenom comes in both mini-ITX and micro-ATX variants.
With its top intake easily housing thick radiators up to 240mm in length, its easy-to-use FlexCage can store up to five 3.5-inch hard disks or SSDs, or removed entirely to accommodate long graphics cards up to 330mm in length, or additional water cooling on the front panel. Along with the included 5.25-inch drive adapter and additional mounts on the side panel and PSU cage, Phenom can support up to six 3.5-inch hard disks, or a staggering 11 SSDs. Five fan locations and room for tower CPU coolers up to 175mm in height make Phenom Mini-ITX ideal for air coolers.
With five PCI slots for enhanced expansion capabilities, users can install dual graphics cards if they want an intense gaming rig. The removable hard drive rack accommodates up to two 3.5-inch hard drives or three 3.5-inch SSDs. The bottom panel can either be equipped with exhaust fans, or up to two additional 3.5-inch hard disks. If you want to install hard disks on the bottom of the case, the included magnetic heat shield prevents warm exhaust from the PSU from re-entering the case. With a single graphics card installed, the top panel can even fit slim radiators, such as all-in-one water coolers up to 240mm in length. For air coolers, there are five fan locations and support for CPU coolers up to 160mm in height.
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