Monday, June 4th 2018

BitFenix Fujin Case Spied

We broke into the Computex show-floor to grab some of the first pics of BitFenix Fujin, the company's upcoming mid-tower case. The case features a horizontally-partitioned layout, with the bottom compartment being almost entirely enclosed when accessed from the left side-panel, except for a small cutout toward the front (so you can have a thick and tall radiator lining the front-panel). The left side is covered by tempered glass panel. The case features mounts for up to two 360 mm x 120 mm or 280 mm x 140 mm radiators (one each along the front and top panels).

The front is characterized by a fine mesh, and an RGB LED diffuser along the top (near the front-panel connectivity). The RGB stips you see inside are just part of the demo build. BitFenix will include an RGB LED-lit 120 mm rear fan. Storage options include two each of 2.5-inch mounts, and 3.5-inch trays (which can hold 2.5-inch drives). There is a generous 20-25 mm crawlspace behind the motherboard tray, so let you wrestle with your cables. When it hits the shelves, this case will be priced around 69€ or $79.
Add your own comment

5 Comments on BitFenix Fujin Case Spied

#1
Supercrit
Finally a case with functional frontal fans behind mesh panel, calling it God of Wind nonetheless.
Posted on Reply
#2
Xzibit
Whats behind the front mesh ? Looks like there is something between the fans and the front mesh.



or is the front mesh just solid in the center and only the sides are breathable.

Posted on Reply
#3
Valantar
Xzibit
Whats behind the front mesh ? Looks like there is something between the fans and the front mesh.



or is the front mesh just solid in the center and only the sides are breathable.


I'm guessing the lights simply weren't switched on for that picture, considering there are several others with no lights. There's probably a filter in there too, which would make it look "solid" (as in: no ambient light coming through) with the fan LEDs off.


Then again: a new Bitfenix case with actual airflow? Did they actually learn something from people ridiculing the Enso?
Posted on Reply
#4
Caring1
Looks cheap and not very sturdy.
Posted on Reply
#5
Vayra86
I don't see how this is an appealing product in any way shape or form.

Even with good airflow... this is about as standard as it gets. In 2010.
Posted on Reply