BitFenix Ronin case review
Installing my test rig into Ronin went without a hitch. The case has sufficient space, everything fit without a problem and there's plenty of room for cable management. The Stealth Cover is a pretty neat feature, it provides the illusion of a super-clean build without all the hard work.
The BitFenix Ronin delivers excellent build quality and a very classy, functional design. The interior is roomy enough for extra-long multi-GPU configurations, has ample storage room and great support for watercooling. One minor issue is that there are only two fans included, which may result in insufficient airflow in a high-end gaming system. Other than that there's little to complain about this case, it will do everything you can reasonably expect from it. The biggest problem perhaps is that it's priced a little too high, with a retail price of 70EUR ($99) it doesn't really stand out in the crowded computer enthusiast case market.
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DV Hardware awards the BitFenix Ronin with a 8.75/10 and our Editor's Choice award.
Thanks go out to Caseking, Overclockers UK and BitFenix for making this review possible.
Added: January 12th 2014
Product reviewed: BitFenix Ronin case
Reviewer: Thomas De Maesschalck