BitFenix Nova TG review

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Once we pop the chassis on its back we can see the bottom side, the case is resting on four rubber feet preventing resonating noises. The PSU will be located at the backside of the chassis, there's a nice large mesh there for ventilation and as you can see it is protected with a removable dust filter.


Front panel IO then, arguably that feels little bland and simple alright. But you'll find two USB 3.1 ports alongside the audio I/O, Power button with LED, and a reset button. 

  • 2x USB 3.1
  • Audio in/out
  • Power button with LED (blue)
  • Reset button


Internals then. First impression, there is a decent enough amount of space to work in for a nice little compact PC. Your biggest worry could be liquid cooling, there is ample space though a 240mm rad could fit in the front. For op-to ATX motherboard  there is spacing enough. You can see the some grommet holes, however cable routing on the backside pretty much is a complicated thing. We'll look at that on the next pages though.


The chassis has 7 card slots with a 120mm fan at the rear/top. Albeit there are only two fans, that airflow does work well, the fans can be PWM controlled and arene't that noisy when controlled at a lower RPM level either.

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