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    Default Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Bitfenix is releasing a new case.. looks pretty cool... Site says it will arrive on store shelves around end of Sept.
    You think you can get one for review Stan?
    BitFenix.com News BitFenix Unveils Ghost

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Front door, probably designed for lower noise. Looks good but I'm not normally a fan of those stepped hard drive cages, sometimes not much space for long graphics cards.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Once their ready will should have one in for review.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Look like a Interesting Case. Looks to be competing in the market share of the Corsair 550D.
    Same Concept design.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    It's designed as a quiet case. The front and side panels have sound absorbing materials on them.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Front door, probably designed for lower noise. Looks good but I'm not normally a fan of those stepped hard drive cages, sometimes not much space for long graphics cards.
    Just remove them *BitFenix Ghost Lights it Up BitFenix Blog I am waiting for this case, just wish they made a version in aluminium!

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    I have reviewed some similarly designed like this before, If at all possible I would like this one Stan so I can compare to ones previously reviewed.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Well, I can tell you for a fact, that the Corsair 550D does run quiet, but it also runs warm, using water cooling would be your best option with any sound proofed case.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    I have reviewed some similarly designed like this before, If at all possible I would like this one Stan so I can compare to ones previously reviewed.
    Hi Vinny, Kenny already asked me if he could do the review yesterday morning, so he beat you to it lol See if you can find another newly released sound proofed case,
    and I'll try to get a sample for you.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    Just remove them *BitFenix Ghost Lights it Up BitFenix Blog I am waiting for this case, just wish they made a version in aluminium!
    Quoting myself to make a correction. After contacting bitfenix, guys says bays could be removed, but not the actual cage, as they are rivetted in. Booo. They need to hire me as head of product design and we can fix that real quick. So not sure who is correct, probably the rep I emailed. Please review soon!

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Available for purchase in Canada: Bitfenix Ghost ATX NanoChrome Coating Mid Tower Case Black 3X5.25EXT 4X3.5INT No PS Top USB3.0 Audio Ordered one tonight. Code 73006-1360 gives you ten bucks off. Since Ive been waiting on this case, I figured Id just buy it and if I dont like it, Ill get a dremel.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    I figured Id just buy it and if I dont like it, Ill get a dremel.
    YESS!!! thats the posts i like ahhaah


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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Great looking case that isn't too much and yet simplistic in style.
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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Once their ready will should have one in for review.
    You should check Anidees and Silentium. They are making good cases.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    Looks very good. May be the case for my new rigg.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Ghost Chassis

    This could might be my next case

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