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BitFenix brings a new line up of chassis that’s set to impress at Computex

By Marcus Wong - on 31 May 2016, 10:02am

BitFenix brings a new line up of chassis that’s set to impress at Computex

Made of quality glass and aluminium, there’s sure to be something from BitFenix’s new line-up of four PC chassis is sure to meet your fancy. Here's what they're showing off at Computex 2016.

Aurora 

This chassis is said to have been inspired by the northern lights, and features smoked glass on either side, so you can really show off all your hardware mods. Included is a RGB SSD shield that lights up your SSD in any color of your choice, and a tool-free HDD and SSD mechanism that lets you easily organize your hardware. 

Prodigy Cape

New to the Prodigy lineup, this case brings support for eATX water-cooling capabilities to the lineup, and has an aggressive design thanks to the Glass and Aluminum panels used. That said, the case has nice clean lines overall and a modern finish, so you should have no problems incorporating it into a gaming den or a classy living room.

Prodigy Pillow  

Speaking of clean lines and a modern finish, the Prodigy Pillow has a curved Aluminum body and a unique see-through top panel showcasing your graphics card. It supports an ITX motherboard, a full-length GPU, and an AIO water-cooling system. You have the option of a non-windowed top panel of course, but we don’t see why anyone would rather go that route. 

Trident

Designed to match the airflow needs of even the most extreme systems, the Trident boasts an aggressive chassis design with glass panels on both sides so you can show off the water-cooling systems and the hardware within.

Pricing and availability information has yet to be released, but we’ll be sure to update this when we get word.

 

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