BitFenix Pandora

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BitFenix Pandora Review
Clean styling, innovative features, and exceptional build quality - Pandora represents the next level of BitFenix chassis design. The soft curved design is surrounded by luxuriously brushed aluminum side panels that give the entire case a timelessly elegant look that melds perfectly with any modern décor. On the front of the case is another innovation dubbed BitFenix ICON™ – a programmable display that can be customized with a simple drag-and-drop interface, making it simple to personalize the look of your case whenever inspiration strikes. Despite its slim 160mm width, Pandora can accommodate high-octane hardware, such as 240mm water cooling radiators, and expansion cards up to 350mm in length. Users are able to house up to two 3.5" HDDs or three 2.5" SSDs, and to keep all of this hardware running cool, a direct airflow design along with smart cable management features help ensure everything runs frosty. Friendly features like pre-installed standoffs and pop-off screwless side panels help get your system up and running quickly, while magnetic dust filters allow for easy clean up.

BitFenix Pandora Technical Specifications

Case Features
Form Factor Micro-ATX
Case colour Black
Build material Aluminium
5.25" drive bays 0 drive bays
3.5" drive bays 2 drive bays
2.5" drive bays 3 drive bays
IO Panel Yes
USB 3.0 Slots 2
USB 2.0 Slots 0
eSata No
In Out Audio Yes
Depth 465 mm
Width 160 mm
Height 420 mm
Measurements + Fans
Expansion slots 5
Front Fans 2 [120mm]
Top Fans 1 [120mm]
Rear Fans
Side Panel Fans
Hard Drive Fans
Bottom Fans
Max GPU Length 350mm
Max CPU Cooler size 134mm
Screwless Rails -
Case Fan dBA -
Mobo Form Factors Micro-ATX
Mini-ITX
Avg. User Score
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