Bitfenix Shadow Review

Published by Francesco Daghini on 10.04.14
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The top panel is really straight forward, it does not have any cut-outs for additional fans or radiators. A little bit over the front panel, you can find the I/O panel, with two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, audio jacks for microphone and headset, as well as the Power and Reset button. There are two more buttons that control a feature we have not talked about yet, and that we will describe later on.



On the bottom side of the case we find the big cut-out which provides fresh and clean air to the PSU, thanks to a big removable dust filter. It also features four rubber feet that lift up the case for more than 1cm, so that the PSU has all the fresh air it needs. If you remember those two buttons on the I/O panel we did not talk about, now is the right time to tell you all about it. The bottom part of the front panel, basically at the corner of the bottom panel, you can find a LED stripe that can features either Blue or Red light, or can be turned off, all with those two buttons on the I/O panel.

Page 1 - Introduction Page 5 - Left side
Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Top / Bottom
Page 3 - Front / Back Page 7 - Conclusion
Page 4 - Right side  

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