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Good cable management.
Airflow / Up to Seven 120mm Fans.
No usb 3.0 ports.
Rubber feet not installed.
Front and top panels are pain to remove.
Not much room above and below motherboard.
Lack of 2.5″ (SSD) support.
Lackluster cooling performance.
Only two fans included.
No front panel USB 3.0 or eSATA.
Only come with single 120mm cooling fan.
By Expert Reviews on February 29, 2012
A stunning case that makes PC building easy, and although its cooling isn’t the best, it provides incredible value for money...
By HardwareHeaven on September 19, 2011
Starting with the build quality of the Shinobi we have a case which immediately looks and feels different to the average low cost models available. The soft touch coating is responsible for this and it does make the Shinobi look more expensive than...
By Kitguru.net on September 14, 2011
BitFenix have made a big move into the chassis market over the past year, starting with the release of the full tower chassis. Today we are going to look at a mid tower, the BitFenix Shinobi Window version. The Shinobi aims to provide all the...
By Hardware Canucks on August 23, 2011
The budget mid tower case market used to be filled with cheaply made, under designed junk but if recent trends are any indication, those days are well behind us. BitFenix may not be a household brand just yet but their new Shinobi case could be their...
By OverclockersQH on August 17, 2011
The Shinobi from BitFenix comes out of the gates looking strong. Packing with it 2 pre-installed 120mm fans, a tool-less design and complete solid steel construction making it a solid build. Add with that the spacious room behind the motherboard tray,...
By The Best Case Scenario on August 16, 2011
In a relatively short time I was able to get a full system installed and working and there really were no problems worth mentioning. In fact, there were no problems NOT worth mentioning either - the case is very nice to build in. It feels sturdy and...
By Guru of 3D on August 15, 2011
price tag this chassis is locked and loaded as mid-tower case with its crosshair aimed at gamers. While the regular Shinobi has a solid steel side panel and one 120mm fan, the Shinobi Window is a little more advanced and offers a tinted side window...
By APH Networks on August 14, 2011
What comes to mind when I mention the word "Phoenix"? Is it the Phoenix Coyotes from Phoenix, Arizona? Would it be the legendary firebird found in certain mythologies? I don't know about you, but the first thing that comes to my mind are items such...
By Real World Labs on August 07, 2011
After reviewing the BitFenix Survivor Core and the Colossus i did not think for an instance that the guys over at BitFenix would actually build a PC case like the Shinobi Window, not when both their solutions to date were aimed towards mid/high...
By Bit-tech.net on August 05, 2011
The BitFenix Shinobi is a good looking, if slightly plain case. Granted it’s a little short on features but that’s always going to be the case at the more affordable end of the market. Its internal layout is good too, as building a PC inside...
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