BitFenix Conjures Ghost Case Wrapped in Noise Dampening Materials

Paul Lilly

Halloween is still more than a month away, but that didn't stop BitFenix from creating and naming another case that sounds like it could double as a costume. The company's newest chassis is called Ghost , an unassuming case that was designed with a minimalistic approach to blend into virtually any home decor, along with utilizing silencing material to avoid drawing unnecessary attention to itself.

From an aesthetic standpoint, BitFenix says it used a new surface treatment called NanoChrome, which combines an enamel with mother-of-pearl powder that's then applied to the surface of the case and heated to high temperatures. Functionally, BitFenix covered the inside of both the front door and the two side panels with lightweight noise dampening material. Quiet Spectre fans and anti-vibration hard drive bays further keep noise to a minimum, BitFenix says.

Other features of the Ghost include three 5.25-inch drive bays, four 3.5-inch drive bays, three 2.5-inch drive bays, a hot swappable bay up top that doubles as a storage compartment, ample room for water cooling, a dual-hinge door design (the front panel swings open to the left or right), all-black interior, cable cutouts, USB 3.0 support, and various other odds and ends.

BitFenix says you'll be able to purchase a Ghost by the end of the month for $99. Until then, check out the company's guided tour in the video below.

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