Noise and heat are two of the biggest issues facing PCs, especially when their owners are trying to enjoy an HD film or blowing up newbs in the battlefield. BitFenix
’s latest chassis, the Ghost, is designed to alleviate those issues with quiet construction and liquid cooling capabilities.
The Ghost is built with Serenitek silencing material that coats the inside of the front and side panels, and anti-vibration HDD trays, rubber grommets on the PSU, and quiet 120mm Spectre fans all contribute to the noise-reducing effort. By removing the top fan filter, users can access the compartment designed for a 240mm radiator to accommodate a liquid cooling setup.
The Ghost’s NanoChrome finish is designed to blend plastic and metal parts so you can’t tell the difference--which, if it’s as good as advertised, will be a sensation--and the pre-modded rails inside are made for LED strips for an easy and attractive lighting scheme.
Four USB ports (two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0) populate a front panel, along with the Bitfenix S4 hot-swap bay so users can swap out disks without opening the case.
In the U.S., the Ghost will be available at the end of the month for $99.