BitFenix Aurora Review 2

BitFenix Aurora Review

A Closer Look - Outside »


BitFenix packs the Aurora into a brown cardboard box with an image of the chassis on front. On the rear, you will find additional images to highlight some of the more noteworthy features within the chassis. Both sides come with the usual carrying holes, detailed specifications, and a sticker to let you know which color you are about to grab.

Two really sturdy foam spacers with cardboard-reinforced corners hold the Aurora in place. BitFenix obviously sought to make sure the glass-panel-equipped chassis arrives in one piece. The chassis has also been placed in a plastic bag for further protection.


You will receive a basic manual alongside HDD drive rails, a bag of black screws, and a few zip ties. BitFenix also includes a lighting bracket for a 2.5" drive, which the company calls "BitFenix SSD Chroma". It is officially only ASUS Aura compatible, but should also work with the RGB implementations of other motherboard brands.
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