BitFenix Ronin Mid-Tower Chassis Review

by - 7 years ago




BitFenix have quite a solid reputation for their chassis products, they’ve always offered some really nice quality designs that don’t cost the earth, just take a look at the BitFenix Prodigy for example. The Ronin looks set to continue that trend of high quality design at a reasonable price and it will be interesting to see what BitFenix have to offer.

The Ronin is priced at a mid-market friendly £70 (prices taken from Google Shopping) and that sets it along side some tough competition from the likes of NZXT, Corsair and Cooler Master, all of whom have award winning ATX chassis for around the same price, so the Ronin will have to offer something unique to stand out amongst the crowd. Fortunately, BitFenix are promising some unique features here such as their Stealth Cover and SofTouch surface treatment. For those who don’t know what they are, we will be taking a closer look shortly, but why not check out the rest of the specification first.

As we can see, there is some good component compatibility available, with room for a good amount of storage, cooling as well as ATX, mATX and mITX motherboards. With that out of the way, lets push on and take a look at what else the Ronin has to offer.

Ronin spec

As with most of the BitFenix range, the Ronin comes in a fairly standard box with some nice illustrations of the chassis on the side, this gives us a nice run down of  the major features such as the water cooling supper and large side panel window.


In the box I found the quick installation guide, all the nuts and bolts required for a full installation, a 5.25″ bay adaptor, some cable ties and a 120mm dust filter.


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  1. Introduction
  2. Exterior
  3. Interior
  4. Complete System
  5. Final Thoughts
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3 Comments on BitFenix Ronin Mid-Tower Chassis Review

  • Avatar meh says:

    you could use the stealth cover to your advantage and Dremel the name of your build in to it, mount a piece of plexi behind it, slap a cathode in and hey presto….

  • Avatar aruffell says:

    All pictures working fine here on multiple machines.

  • Avatar jannik266 says:

    i’m gonna replace my cm v8 air cooler with the h100i but i’m getting a different case too, i’m probably going to buy the bitfenix ronin. I know there is space under the top cover and the case itself but is it possible to place the radiator on top and the fans inside with the cage holes in between? I think that would be the best way for me.
    (made a quick example of it.)

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