BitFenix Ghost Pro Reviews
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BitFenix Ghost Reviews6
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|NikKTech||---||Mar 04 '13|
|PureOverclock.com||4.5/5||Dec 17 '12|
|techPowerUp!||8.9/10||Sep 26 '12|
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"Overall I really like what BitFenix has done in terms of design on the Ghost, while at first glance the chassis appeared fairly featureless and if I’m honest, a little boring, that really isn’t the case. The front panel is well designed and the dual hinge design is interesting, if a little pointless. The air filter design allows for some of the easiest access I’ve seen on a chassis, plus the mesh finish fits nicely with the overall style of the rest of the chassis."
"Another impressive case from BitFenix, this time a quiet one!"
"Although initially the Ghost didn't really impress us (perhaps because we thought it would be a high-end PC case) in the end it does come with quite a few interesting features that make it a very good overall choice for people on a rather tight budget. It has a satisfactory build quality level (it could however be better), there's plenty of room for an 240mm radiator at the top, it has room for a total of up to 6 fans (comes with two pre-installed ones), the Serenitek noise-dampening material keeps audio levels to a minimum, the front door can be made to open either from the left or the right (via the removable hinges), the top SATA docking station is quite a convenient addition and finally there's plenty of room inside for most configurations possible."
"We feel that BitFenix did a great job with the Ghost Chassis by creating a silent computing case that allows for vast cooling options yet still has an elegant design."
"BitFenix Ghost is advertised as being the choice for silent computing. Unfortunately, and that is one of the main reasons it will not get an Editor's Choice award, it is simply not such a case. While the use of sound-dampening material is a definitive plus, leaving a large opening in the top of the chassis voids all those efforts. This is not the case for you if your primary concern is getting a silent system by encapsulating the noise generated from your components. That said, the BitFenix Ghost is not bad at all. It offers a good feature-set for a case of this price category, including two retail Spectre fans, hot-swap, a cool paint-job, and the possibility to install Alchemy LED strips on its underside. The door, which swings open both ways, is pretty spiffy and well engineered. On top of that, you get a dedicated 3.5" bay - a seldom sight nowadays - and the ability to install a 240 mm radiator in the top, all right out of the box. Overall, the BitFenix Ghost brings a lot of cool aspects together for an appropriate price."