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BitFenix Ronin

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Overall 8

BitFenix Ronin case

DarkVision Hardware
12 January 2014
  • Conclusion: The BitFenix Ronin delivers excellent build quality and a very classy, functional design. The interior is roomy enough for extra-long multi-GPU configurations, has ample storage room and great support for watercooling. One minor issue is that there are only two fans included, which may result in insufficient airflow in a high-end gaming system. Other than that there's little to complain about this case, it will do everything you can reasonably expect from it.
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BitFenix Ronin Case Review

Hardware Secrets
7 January 2014
  • Summary: If you are looking for a case with great look, sturdy construction, support for up to six 2.5” drives, and good ventilation, the BitFenixRonin is an excellent choice.
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BitFenix Ronin Midi-Tower Computer Case Review

mad shrimps
30 December 2013
  • Summary: A warrior with no master. A case with no equal. Ronin combines a dark, stealthy design with enhanced hardware compatibility for a chassis built for vengeance, a small extract of what BitFenix has to say about today's reviewed Ronin mid tower case. Very aggressive PR material, but that's the way we got used too. Strong and bold claims, however the case has to live up to the hype created around it. Let us pop the box and discover what the Ronin is really made of...
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Overall 9

BitFenix Ronin

8 November 2013
  • Summary: The BitFenix Ronin shares a few elements with the Shinobi when it comes to the interior of the case, so some may call the Ronin its spiritual successor. The Ronin is currently available for pre-order at 79.99 euros, which seems adequate. While it is more expensive than the Shinobi or the Midgard II, it does offer more features and solid build quality.
  • Pros: Cool internal cover for a beautiful system, Updated hard-drive cages for even easier to install 3.5" drives, Tool-less 5.25" bays, Very good cable-hiding possibilities., Two retail Spectre fans included, Black cables everywhere—even the fan leads are black, 5.25" to 3.5" adapter included, Great water-cooling support for a chassis of this size, SofTouch surface, Dust filter on all intake areas, Well-rounded I/O, Two hard-drive cages
  • Cons: Tool-less 5.25" bays do not hold well, Front and top air vents are restrictive, Front dust filters not easily removable, Bottom dust filter could come off during transport, No color choices yet
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BitFenix Ronin Mid-Tower Case Review

Legit Reviews
4 November 2013
  • Summary: If the looks of the Ronin appeal to you, there are no major showstoppers to the Ronin.  The Stealth Cover provides a cool and unique look to a completed build.
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BitFenix Ronin Case Review

22 July 2013
  • Conclusion: Writing a negative product review for AnandTech is very different from, say, writing a negative movie review or a negative video game review. It's not a task I particularly enjoy, especially not when the product comes from a company like BitFenix that we've developed a good working relationship with. Historically I've been very fond of BitFenix's products, and they've been gracious enough to provide hardware for testing whenever we've needed it.
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Overall 8

Bitfenix Ronin Case Video Review

9 June 2013
  • Summary: The Bitfenix Ronin Case is a sweet mid-tower case with lots of features. It has a smooth black finish, lots of ventilation, fans, dust filters, plenty of drive bays, large window, sleek design & water cooling ready. It also fits long video cards, has cable management, tool-less design and much more.
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Review: Bitfenix Ronin

PC Authority
17 November 2013
Overall 9

BitFenix Ronin Case Review

14 October 2013
  • Summary: The stealth cover offers something I've never seen in a case that wasn't custom fabricated, and i think this will appeal to select group. If you're in the market for a sleek and unique case, then this will be right up your alley.
  • Pros: Stealth Cover, SofTouch surface treatment, FlexCage, Support for a 240mm rad, Sleek look
  • Cons: Cable routing holes had no grommets. Front dust filters are a pain to remove.
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BitFenix Ronin Review

15 August 2013
  • Excerpt: The term Ronin is most commonly used to describe the Samurai Warrior who, whether through the death of his master or his own dishonour finds himself a free agent.  In modern japan however it can also be used to describe a professional who is between jobs or a High school graduate who has yet to start University.  And what better way to spend that glorious free time than gaming away until the wee small hours.
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