I would like to thank BitFenix for supplying the review sample.
Today, we have the pleasure of reviewing the BitFenix Pandora ATX chassis. Instead of simply quoting what the manufacturer thinks you should know diving into the purchase, there is a video:
|BitFenix Pandora ATX|
|MATERIAL:||Steel & Plastic|
|WEIGHT:||9.92kg (net), 11.4kg (gross)|
|DRIVE BAYS:||0x External 5.25"|
4x Internal 2.5/3.5"
4x Internal 2..5"
|ATX, Micro ATX, Mini-ITX|
|DIMENSIONS:||203 x 510 x 558mm|
|FRONT FANS:||1x 140mm (Included, Pandora ATX only), Max 3x 120mm OR 2x 140mm (Not Included)|
|REAR FANS:||1x 120mm FDB Fan (Included)|
|TOP FANS:||Max 3x 120mm OR 2x 140mm (Not Included)|
|I/O:||2x USB 3.0|
2x USB 2.0
|Other Highlights:||2.8" TFT, 240 x 320 BitFenix ICON Display (Pandora ATX only)|
|Compatibility:||CPU Cooler:N/A |
The Bitfenix Pandora ATX ships in a plain brown box with a simple image of the chassis on front and some details about the chassis on the back. Both sides of the box include some additional bits of information, including specifications.
Our sample was held in place by two sturdy Styrofoam spacers. A plastic bag had been put over the chassis to keep fingerprints and scratches away.
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