BitFenix Aegis

86

TechSpot Metascore

Based on 20 expert reviews
  • Excellent:
    11
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    0
7.6

User Score

Based on 143 reviews
as scored by Amazon users

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.

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By TechSpot on 85

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.

By TechSpot on 85

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. Although the...

By technologyx.com on 84

The BitFenix AEGIS Core is available in red, blue, yellow, white, and black. It's overall design is appealing and very versatile to host all the hardware needed for both air and watercooling...

By themodzoo.com on 80

In the past Bitfenix got a lot of attention, thanks to the Prodigy. A very successful design, that saw countless builds and mods by all level of builders (and modders). With the Aegis, Betfenix tried to create a mATX case that has a small footprint on...

By ThinkComputers on 90

In conclusion there are not many cases that get my attention the way that this case did. The look and the fit and finish were all top notch and befitting the 100 us Dollar price tag. I think that for what you get in this case its worth more than the...

By pcGameware UK on 100

BitFenix products have always had a sense of style of design that are unique and very much their own. The BitFenix Aegis with its high gloss look certainly doesn't buck this trend and initially I wasn't keen on the idea, but… When the Aegis is pulled...

By play3r.net on 80

Jumping right into the performance of the Aegis and I'm disappointed to say out of the box the cooling is quite poor. With the one included fan, it gets warm quick, so I would hope it would be a lot better when more are installed. The Hard drives...

By Bit-tech.net on 83

We like the BitFenix Aegis mainly due to the fact it's the perfect case to grow into. While its out-of-the-box cooling isn't great, there's so much scope for expansion, both in terms of storage and cooling. There's ample room for an extensive...

By Neoseeker on

Testing will be conducted with an Intel Core-i3 3240 on an ECS H67H2-1 motherboard operating at 1.6 Ghz @ Idle and 3.4 Ghz @ Load. The case will be tested by turning on the system, waiting one hour for the temperatures to stabilize. Once stabilized, the...

By Modders-Inc on

Computer cases have become an extension of the user's personality and are now beyond purely utilitarian. This is why unique case designs get a lot of attention but ultimately, it should not be so conceptually out there that it loses any functional...

By Hardware Canucks on

BitFenix AEGIS is an exciting watercooling-optimized mATX chassis that could become the next signature release from the company. It’s vibrant color options may not suit everyone’s pallet but we appreciate the different approach BitFenix has taken with...

By eTeknix on

PricingThe BitFenix Aegis is a premium product, but the price is quite reasonable given the quality and specifications on offer. It's price is £79.99 from Overclockers UK with the ICON display or £69.99 for the CORE edition; It is available in blue,...

By Ocaholic on

this case is a good solution for those who want a product suitable for watercooling solutions with support fo custom loops thanks to the two pump and reservoir supports available in the package The build quality is good but we would like to see a...

International Review By Techzilla on 84

A chi consigliamo quindi questo BitFenix Aegis? A tutti quelli che non hanno necessità di avere un case troppo compatto ma che allo stesso tempo si vogliono godere un ottimo design e vogliono avere tutte le opzioni di raffreddamento possibili per una...

International Review By deathcaverna.liquidquake.net on 90

BitFenix con questo Aegis ha voluto sorprendere con soluzioni veramente al TOP, con la possibilità di personalizzare il proprio interno facilmente e con cura dei dettagli da riferimento, il tutto per un case microATX. Unico dettaglio negativo...

International Review By insidehardware.it on 90

La progettazione di cabinet compatti è senz'altro una delle attività nelle quale BitFenix ha profuso maggior impegno sin dalla sua nascita, iniziando a sdoganare i suoi concept innovativi con prodotti come il Prodigy, Phenom e Colossus M, e più...

International Review By qwertymag.it on 86

Bitfenix a questo giro ha creato ancora un ottimo prodotto. Dopo l'esperienza maturata con altri case non poteva fare altro che presentare un prodotto di qualità ottima, senza difetti di fabbricazione e di progettazione. Nonostante le dimensioni totali...

International Review By xtremehardware.com on 80

BitFenix AEGIS è l'ultima proposta del brand taiwanese per quanto riguarda gli chassis in formato mATX. Il nuovo AEGIS è un case frutto di forti feedback dalla community e desideroso di poter dare ampio spazio anche a coloro che utilizzano un impianto a...

International Review By Tweakers on 80

Productpagina @ BitFenix.com Begin dit jaar maakte in een review van de BitFenix Pandora, een behuizing die in eerste instantie op viel door zijn gebogen aluminium panelen, maar ook met zijn kleine TFT paneeltje aan de voorzijde waar je je eigen...

International Review By Nexthardware on 100

Tirando le somme, lo stile del BitFenix AEGIS è più simile ai microATX Prodigy che ai Pandora e ciò è dovuto, oltre che per il design, anche ai materiali utilizzati che, in linea di massima, essendo per la maggior parte in plastica, sono meno eleganti...