Bitfenix Shinobi XL

"Bitfenix are supplementing their lineup with a XL-ATx Chassis..."

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Bitfenix today announced their new Chassis, the Shinobi XL.


This monstrously sized chassis should provide ample room for even the biggest motherboards, plenty of airflow for air cooled rigs, and you should be able to squeeze a good rad or two in there, ...here's what Bitfenix have to say:

The BitFenix Design Lab is proud to announce the release of the follow-up to our award winning Shinobi gaming chassis - Shinobi XL. A full tower design with full XL-ATX compatibility, superior water cooling support, and our exclusive BitFenix SuperCharge port.

 

         Bitfenix Shinobi XL

 

Check out some of these great features:

 

- Classic Shinobi Styling – Same sleek modern design of BitFenix Shinobi mid tower

- Superior Watercooling Support – Fits 360mm radiator on top, and 360mm in front or 240mm on bottom

- XL-ATX Compatibility – Fits the latest XL-ATX motherboards with 9 PCI slots

- BitFenix SuperCharge™ Port – Supplies up to 2.5A for charging mobile devices

- Four SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports – Two 20-pin internal connectors with included 9-pin header for USB 2.0

- BitFenix FlexCage™ Hard Disk Rack – rotate or remove for ultimate flexibility

- BitFenix Spectre™ Cooling – Two 230mm and one 120mm Spectre™ fan included

- BitFenix SofTouch™ Surface Treatment – luxurious matte finish and soft feel
- Hassle-free Installation – Tool-free drive locking mechanisms, rubber grommets and filtered intakes

 

Bitfenix Shinobi XL   Bitfenix Shinobi XL

 

 

Bitfenix Shinobi XL  Bitfenix Shinobi XL 

 

    

 

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08-01-2012, 03:24:18

Jackster
So like a lot of people I have my speakers on my desk.

But they are very loud and vibrate the desk and everything on it :P


So I was thinking of some gel to dampen it out.

Rubber is,,, meh
It is not as good as gel in my mind.

Anyone know of a place to get it premade or off the shelf made for speakers?


It is mainly the sub woofer... Yes I have it on the desk.

08-01-2012, 03:26:24

KING_OF_SAND


So like a lot of people I have my speakers on my desk.

But they are very loud and vibrate the desk and everything on it :P


So I was thinking of some gel to dampen it out.

Rubber is,,, meh
It is not as good as gel in my mind.

Anyone know of a place to get it premade or off the shelf made for speakers?


It is mainly the sub woofer... Yes I have it on the desk.




Your sub should not be on your desk at all. Subs were designed from the ground up to be placed on the floor.

08-01-2012, 03:31:56

Jackster


Your sub should not be on your desk at all. Subs were designed from the ground up to be placed on the floor.





I know but I am different.

08-01-2012, 13:32:14

Ya93sin
lol, I wouldn't want to do that personally, you could very easily damage things with heavy vibrations. Especially if your sub is powerful.
If you insist, then get like one of those gelled cushions you are meant to sit down on? Or four small gel pads to go under each foot of the sub.

08-01-2012, 13:42:26

Alicarve
Buy a rubber mat or always try heavy duty foam not sure if it would help that much ? lol
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