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BitFenix introducing a bigger Pandora ATX PC case

BitFenix introducing a bigger Pandora ATX PC case

by Muhammad FirdausNovember 20, 2015
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It looks like BitFenix saw the potential of the BitFenix Pandora, and has just launched the BitFenix Pandora ATX, expanding Bitfenix PC case family. As the name suggests the Pandora ATX combines high-class aesthetics with utmost functionality in a compact form factor.

The Pandora ATX offers most of the features found in the already launched Pandora and shares the same unique styling too but adds the support for ATX motherboards and also a 360mm radiator, improving the Pandora ATX’s potential for PC case modding.

Pandora ATX will initially launch in black with two versions available, the Pandora ATX and Pandora ATX Core. Internally the Pandora ATX inherits BitFenix’s DNA, evident in the one-piece power supply cover design, effectively creating a separate bottom chamber for the PSU and HDD’s at the bottom. This design not only gives a cleaner view to show off your hardware but also improves case rigidity and dampens HDD and PSU noise.

The Pandora ATX offers a lot of flexibility for cooling options with support for one 140mm fan on the front and one 120mm on the rear and the most exciting part is you can mount a 360mm radiator up top or in front, with dedicated brackets for pump and reservoirs too. These features make the Pandora ATX a good choice for water-cooling builds.

It will support most graphics cards with a maximum length of up to 440mm, four 2.5” SSDs and four 3.5” HDDs. Maximum PSU length is 220mm with a maximum height of 160mm for air cooler. More specification details are in the table below.


Price are still unknown and we will update after we get the official SRP.


Pokdepinion: BitFenix has shown that their uniquely designed PC case can do more than just look pretty but be functional too. Clean design is very important for me because it makes cleaning it a lot easier.

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