BitFenix Ghost 11

BitFenix Ghost Review

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I would like to thank & Overclockers UK for supplying the review sample.

Today, we get to take a look at the newest chassis from BitFenix that goes by the name Ghost. It is an understated chassis that tries to offer noise-dampening attributes along with plenty of cooling and radiator support. This is what BitFenix has to say about their own chassis:
Ghost begins with a modern minimalistic look that blends into virtually any decor. Its clean lines are supported by a single silver arch, the shape of which is mirrored perfectly by the front door vents. Coating the outside is a new surface treatment from BitFenix dubbed NanoChrome™. This specially developed coating combines an enamel with mother-of-pearl powder, which is then applied to the surface of the case and heated to high temperatures. The result is a uniform finish that perfectly blends together both plastic and metal parts.
BitFenix Ghost
ColorBlack/Black with NanoChrome
Drive Bays External: 3x 5.25 inch baysInternal: 4x 3.5 inch & 3x 2.5 inch bays
Form Factor Mini-ITX, mATX, ATX
Expansion Slots 7
CoolingFront: 140mm x 1 or 120mm x 2 (120mm x 1 included)Top: 230mm x 1 or 200mm x 1 or 140mm x 2 or 120mm x 2 (optional)Rear: 120mm x 1 (included)Bottom: 140mm x 1 or 120mm x 1 (optional)
Dimensions210 x 522 x 510 mm (W x H x D)
Weight 8.3 kgs
SwitchesPower / Reset
I/OUSB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, HD audio, SATA III hot swap bay
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