Product on Review: BitFenix Ghost
Manufacturer and Sponsor: BitFenix
Street Price: £74.99 (GBP) (At time of review)
BitFenix have had a great year with the release of some exciting new products and continue to be highly respected within hardware communities. At the beginning of the year we first saw some of these products as BitFenix unveiled Shinobi XL, Ghost and Prodigy. We’ve been very pleased with both Shinobi XL and Prodigy and it falls to us today to deliver our verdict on their latest product launch – Ghost.
Ghost is designed for silence. The silent case category has proven to be a very popular undertaking and BitFenix are not a brand that will sit back and have therefore brought to market their rendition of how a silent case should be. Ghost has been given silencing material and a stealthy look that promises to bode well for those demanding silence as the order of the day – water-cooling support, USB 3.0, hot swappable HDD and clearance for high-end hardware are just some of the features our case in question has to offer and we will be leaving no stone unturned today.
BitFenix take on Ghost
The most dangerous opponent is the one you can't hear. Designed for silence, Ghost features BitFenix Serenitek™ Silencing material on the front door and side panels to keep unwanted system noise from throwing you off your game. Ghost comes ready for 240mm water cooling radiators, while the top-mounted S4™ storage compartment houses a SATA hot swap port for convenient file transfers. The outside is coated with BitFenix NanoChrome™, a new surface treatment which gives both metal and plastic a uniform look. The dual-hinge door design gives you the flexibility to open the door from the left or the right on-the-fly. Whisper-quiet Spectre™ fans keep both noise and temperatures down, and anti-vibration HDD trays dampen noise even further. With support for long graphics cards, Alchemy LED strips, the latest solid-state drives and USB 3.0, Ghost gives you everything you need to strike fear in the hearts of your opposition.