Product on Review: Nova
Manufacturer & Sponsor: BitFenix
Street Price: £26.99 GBP / $50 USD
Planning a system build demands careful preparation and often the element which overrules the purchase of components is the cost. The humble computer case is responsible for housing a new a new build and is often the area to which enthusiasts want to save money. The problem with this however is that the entry level computer chassis market lacks reputable cases; with many offering questionable quality, features and sometimes styling.
Earlier this month BitFenix announced Nova – a budget orientated computer case which seeks to bring style and finesse for those needing a cost-effective enclosure. Inside there is a selection of useful features and the space to accommodate various hardware. In this review we’ll be exploring this new case to determine whether this is the best, inexpensive case that money can buy!
BitFenix on their Nova
BitFenix Nova delivers style, performance and silence at an incredibly competitive price. Whether you plan to build a basic office, home or gaming system, Novas simplistic design, aluminum badge, color options and optional window side panel mean it will blend in perfectly. Long air vents running along the sides of its front, hidden behind sleek mesh strips, provide plenty of airflow to cool the system. And as a result allowed us to keep Novas Top and Front panel completely closed to block fan-noise from escaping the enclosure, and dust from building up inside.