BitFenix Shogun Review

Up Close: Interior Rear

BitFenix Shogun Review

Up Close:  Interior Rear

As is the norm these days, the rear of a PC case interior is becoming quite a buy area.  As you can see there are plenty of large cable tie points, with BitFenix also fitting three hook and loop fastenings in the main cable run area.

BitFenix Shogun Review

 

 

The Shogun has a very impressive 25mm of cable management room, which will enable you to do the bang up cable management job the windowed side panel demands. 

BitFenix Shogun Review

 

If you do end up taking out all the main HDD racks, then you'll be pleased to know that there's a set of two stealth 2.5 SSD mounts back here.  

BitFenix Shogun Review  

 

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Most Recent Comments

29-03-2017, 07:36:54

Excalabur50
Not too sure about this case it's okQuote

29-03-2017, 07:52:28

Wraith
Not bad, screams "mod me" though. Needs a PSU shroud, the GPU support brackets confuse me but I could see one modded to hold a res as well as the GPU.

The aestetics are hit and miss for me too as I like the flush glass but those 4 screws still irritate me they're like buttons on a swim suit.Quote

29-03-2017, 08:13:52

AlienALX
It's better but it's worryingly close to Corsair prices for it being a Bitfenix.

I also noticed that some of the panels have the famous "cheap case" browning. IE - the paint has a brown hue to it.

I do like the front though, but having said that I usually like at least one thing about all Bitfenix cases.Quote

29-03-2017, 10:52:23

RickPlaysWarr
Hi

It looks interesting. The asymmetry of the window panels and the lack of false floor are kind of off putting. I also don't like the pseudo 5.25 bay line in the front. This case does get the "what could I do with it" line of thinking going on, so that is a good thing.

Truth be said though, I would probably not buy it at this price.

--Rick--Quote

29-03-2017, 21:18:56

King of Old Old School
To me it looks cheap & nasty but better options around than this.Quote
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