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BitFenix Ghost Chassis Review

Rating: 9.0.

The BitFenix Ghost is a mid-range chassis, designed with gamers in mind. Bitfenix claim that not all gamers are willing to deal with excessive fan noise so they have attempted to design a chassis with minimal noise characteristics.

To create a silent chassis BitFenix have armed the Ghost with an array of features. These include BitFenix Serenitek Silencing Material in the front and side panels, support for a 240mm watercooling radiator on top and 2 x BitFenix ‘Whisper-Quiet' Spectre fans.

Specifications

Materials Steel, Plastic
Color (Int/Ext) Black/Black
Dimensions (WxHxD) 210 x 522 x 510mm
Motherboard Sizes Mini-ITX, mATX, ATX
5.25” Drive Bays x 3
3.5” Drive Bays x 4
2.5” Drive Bays x 3
Hot Swap Bay x 1 (SATA III 6Gbit/s)
Cooling Front 140mm x 1 or 120mm x 2 (120mm x 1 included)
Cooling Rear 120mm x 1 (included)
Cooling Top 230mm x 1 or 200mm x 1 or 140mm x 2 or 120mm x 2 (optional)
Cooling Bottom 140mm x 1 or 120mm x 1 (optional)
PCI Slots x 7
I/O USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, HD audio, SATA III hot swap bay
Power Supply PS2 ATX (bottom, multi direction)
Extras Serenitek™ silencing material, NanoChrome™ surface treatment, S4™ hot swap and storage, Spectre™ cooling, dedicated locations for Alchemy™ LED Strips, anti-vibration HDD trays, 240mm radiator ready, removable dust filters (front, top, bottom), tool-free drive locking

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4 comments

  1. I think its actually one of their nicer looking cases. some of them are very gaudy

  2. They are getting better, not quite in the same league as say cooler master yet, but moving up the ranks.

  3. This seems a lot like a copy of the Fractal Design Define series – simplicity/minimalist design with a goal of reducing noise. Unlike the Fractal Design cases this does not feature brushed aluminium, but rather the bland, flat, square style typical of bitFenix cases.

  4. How on earth You’ve been able to measure 27,8 decibels while testing Antec’s 302 case, and been unable to do the same thing while testing Ghost chassis? 🙂