BitFenix Ronin Pro Reviews
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BitFenix Ronin Reviews5
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|Cowcotland||---||Oct 07 '13|
|DarkVision Hardware||8.75/10||Jan 13 '14|
|eTeknix.com||---||Sep 20 '13|
|MadShrimps||---||Dec 30 '13|
|techPowerUp!||8.9/10||Nov 08 '13|
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"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. The biggest problem perhaps is that it's priced a little too high, with a retail price of 70EUR ($99) it doesn't really stand out in the crowded computer enthusiast case market."
"I was a little lost on what award I should give this case, but Bang For Buck does seem the best fit and even though it’s around £70, I think you get a great return for your investment. It’s SofTouch finish and Stealth Cover give a pre-modded look and feel, it stands out among the crowd and I think it’s a great price for something that is as unique as the Ronin."
"The BitFenix Ronin is a mixed bag, sporting great looks; however the inside leaves room for improvement. A requirement to become a true contender versus cases of the likes of Cooler Master or Corsair. If the price tag was lower than 75 Euros then the conclusion would have been milder. However Madshrimps tells the tale as it is and not as the manufacturer would like to see it published. The BitFenix Ronin case is just too expensive for what it has to offer out of the box. Paying a premium price just for the looks and the stealth cover, while the inside of the case is not up to scratch can hardly be recommended."
"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. Yes, the Midgard II has its HDD hot-swap bay, but the Ronin offers better overall quality and the unique visual cover within the chassis. BitFenix has done a good job differentiating the Ronin from the Shinobi, with actual hard-drive cages, one of which is removable, and the updated design for better water-cooling support."