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Bitfenix Shogun is the world’s heaviest PC case but with some real cool mods to make it a looker as well as a case to be trusted upon

Bitfenix Shogun

If you are looking for an utterly beautiful and durable PC case to house your beloved gaming hardware resources, Bitfenix Shogun Case is definitely a cool option to look at. The manufacturers have produced the case with such a perfection that you can fit an EATX build with 360mm or 280mm radiators at the top panel, 280mm or 240mm at the front and 140mm or 120mm at the rear. This means that the £144.95 case is a much attractive choice for you if you want to buy the 2017 version of “The best looking PC case.”

Bitfenix Shogun Specifications

The aluminum build is a heavy case to show you your hardware running inside through the tempered glass panels on both sides. Moreover, the following specifications are a part of the case:

  • BitFenix Chroma Control and SSD BitFenix Chroma
  • Advanced design GPU Safe Bracket
  • Quick Custom SSD Chroma
  • Quick Custom EATX Shield
  • Quick Custom storage design
  • Support Graphic Card Length up to 400mm
  • Up to 25mm Cable Management Space
  • Supports top mounted 360mm Radiator

The best-looking PC case has a chassis type known as “Super Midi-Tower” while the motherboards it supports can be E-ATX/ATX/M-ATX/Mini-ITX. The dimensions for different hardware placements, the storage capacity, and the cooling capacity are mentioned below:

  • CPU Cooler: Up to 175mm height
  • Max Graphic Card Length: 410mm
  • Max PSU Length: 250mm
  • Storage Capacity: 5.25″ ODD – 0, 3.5″ HDD – 6, 2.5″ HDD – 6+2
  • Cooling Capacity: Front – Up to 140mm x 2 or 120mm x 3 (2 x 120mm included), Rear – 120mm x 1 (included), 1 x 140mm, Top – Up to 140mm x 2 or 120mm x 3
  • Radiator Capacity: Front – Up to 280mm, Top – Up to 360mm, Rear – Up to 140mm
  • Dimensions: 250 x 565 x 525
  • Net Weight: 14.15 kg
  • Gross Weight: 16.34 kg

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