BitFenix Shogun chassis review

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Product Showcase - The Build

The Build 

It is time to gather some gear and build us a PC. I am not going extraordinary with extensive and custom liquid cooling etc. We'll be building a system that you guys would build at home.


We used a basic AMD APU motherboard with a cheapo cooler. This build is for a bit of a showcase and trial only. Mind you that we added an LED lighting strip up top, this is not included.


At that top side you could so nicely mount a radiator, that would look great. The good thing about this design is that the radiator can be nice and thick (up-to 60 mm) as well bringing you that little extra performance which you will need as the radiator size is limited to 360 mm at maximum. Everything fits easily, any ATX sized motherboard has plenty of clearance.


At the backside you can see there is plenty of clearance for cable routing. In-between the back-plate tray and the glass panel you have 2 cm the play with.


As you can see, you should keep your PSU size to a max of 20 cm please, you do not need to factor the outgoing plugs as there is room left for any kind of cabling, this will help our greatly with cable routing / management as well.


Quick check, yep we got lights! Here I quickly inserted an SSD in the frontside as well to get you an idea of how that looks like. 

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