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Get high on glass with the BitFenix Aurora [Malaysian pricing update!]

Get high on glass with the BitFenix Aurora [Malaysian pricing update!]

by Vyncent ChanAugust 18, 2016
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The latest chassis by BitFenix, the BitFenix Aurora is a simple yet elegant chassis. It features tempered black glass windows on both sides of the case, allowing you to showcase your hardware without the obscene fear of scratches that acrylic side panels will instill in you.

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The BitFenix Aurora will be available in two colors, midnight black and artic white. The left glass window is tinted, offering a premium look while you are showing off the the expensive hardware you have installed inside the case. The right side is opaque black, allowing you to do some cable management by hiding the wires behind the motherboard tray. Given the full glass side panel, good cable management is vital for a presentable build.Aurora Photo-JPG-Low (24)

The BitFenix Aurora supports up to EATX motherboards while also having plenty of room for water-cooling builds. The modular drive cages allow you to configure the internal space to suit your needs. The case has room for up to two 280mm radiators mounted on the front and top, and a 120mm radiator at the rear vent, all while having enough space to mount the other water-cooling components.

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As usual for all recent hardware, the BitFenix Aurora also offers RGB illumination. The RGB Chroma Control and SSD Chroma allow you to change the SSD illumination color via the hardware button to cycle through the included presets. If you own an ASUS motherboard with ASUS AURA technology, you can connect the controller to the motherboard for more customization with ASUS AURA, as the RGB Chroma Control are co-developed with ASUS ROG.

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[UPDATE] The BitFenix Aurora will have a SRP of RM439 in Malaysia.

Pokdepinion: The EATX support is interesting for gamers with high end motherboards, and the glass panels are even more suitable for them to show off their heavy investments. 

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Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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