BitFenix Shadow Mid-Tower Case Revealed

by - 7 years ago


BitFenix have revealed their newest computer chassis for the enthusiast market as they unveil the Shadow mid-tower chassis. The Shadow from BitFenix is a mid tower designed for ATX, Micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards with 7 PCI lanes supported. These Shadow cases come with a customisable bottom strip that allows you to choose between blue, red and black lighting.bitfenix_shadow_2

Behind the front panel is support for three 5.25 inch drives and support for up to seven 3.5 inch drives and one 2.5 inch drive. Maximum graphics card lengths supported are up to 320mm and CPU cooler up to 165mm. bitfenix_shadow_3

Technical details:

  • Product name: BitFenix Shadow Midi Tower – black
  • Manufacturer part number: BFC-SDO-150-KKXBR-RP
  • EAN code: 4716779444742
  • Front backlight colour: red / blue / off
  • Material: Steel, SofTouch
  • Dimensions: 190 x 440 x 506 mm (width x height x length)
  • Supported mainboards: ATX, microATX, Mini-ITX
  • Supported power supply: Standard ATX (bottom)
  • Fan bays: 2x 120mm (front), 1x 120mm or 92mm or 80mm (rear), 1x 120mm (bottom)
  • Preinstalled fans:1x Spectre 120mm (front, 1000 U/min, 20 dBA, 73.5 m3 / h), 1x Spectre 120mm (rear, 1000 U/min, 20 dBA, 73.5 m3 / h)
  • Anti dust filters: front, bottom
  • Drive Bays: 3x 5.25″ (external, tool-free installation), 7x 3.5″ (internal, tool-free installation), 1x 2.5″ (internal, tool-free installation)
  • I/O Panel: 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, 1x Audio Out, 1x Audio In


  • Brushed aluminum logo
  • The front door opens to the left, magnetic lock
  • Patented high-quality material Softouch
  • Seven ventilated PCI slots
  • Maximum CPU cooler height: 165mm
  • Maximum graphic cards length: 320mm
  • Cable management system
  • Back light options: red / blue / off – switch on the top

Suggested retail price: 64,90 Euro.

Images courtesy of BitFenix

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1 Comment on BitFenix Shadow Mid-Tower Case Revealed

  • Avatar Wayne says:

    It’s a nice looking chassis and although I couldn’t be bothered with the customisable lighting it will appeal to a lot of people.

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