The BitFenix Aegis delivers on design, with internals that are unique yet functional and externals that are eye-catching but not excessive. Despite being a 43L mATX case, the Aegis holds huge hardware, especially when it comes to cooling.

lthough we weren’t impressed with BitFenix’s Shinobi and Colossus cases back in 2011, the company earned our respect last summer when we used its Phenom mATX as part of ourPentium Anniversary Edition Overclocking Build Guide.

With a build quality that was noticeably better than what we had seen from BitFenix in the past, the Phenom was a seriously slick mATX case that looked great while accommodating high-end hardware and still managing to be a lot of fun to work with.


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