BitFenix Pandora ATX Review

Published by Luca Rocchi on 02.02.16
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Product overview


The BitFenix Pandora ATX is a mid-tower case, which offers space for ATX motherboard and custom water cooling gear. Looking at the surfaces, we see that there are different materials being used. The entire upper part features a black mesh with a quick pressure release system that allows for easy access to the top of the case. The side panels are made of solid steel that goes well with the rounded shape. The left side panel also features a large plexiglass window, if you decide for the windowed version, of course, which shows almost all the internals of the Pandora ATX. The front panel doesn’t feature any I/O connectors or 5.25" slots. Instead BitFenix decided to equip this case with a 240x320 pixel display, which is powered by an internal USB header. As you can see from the following images, the front panel includes three elements, the external glossy black front panel, the dust filter with a magnetic retention system and the three slots for the 120 millimeter fans. The upper part is characterized by the presence of the I/O connectors, including two USB 3.0 ports, audio jacks and power on/reset buttons. The top part of the back panel features the usual opening for the motherboard I/O shield as well as seven PCI-Slots. At the bottom of the back panel, you get a standard opening for an ATX power supply. The BitFenix Pandora ATX case rests on four solid rubber feet with an aluminum finish.

Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Installation
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Ventilation options
Page 3 - Features Page 7 - Temperatures
Page 4 - Product overview Page 8 - Conclusion

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