A couple of days ago at COMPUTEX, we saw BitFenix’s foray into the audio business, with the unveiling of their FLO headsets. Today, BitFenix yet again surprised everyone with a brand new line of Power Supplies, along with new cases.
Starting off with the Power Supply Unit, the BitFenix Fury is the company’s take to the highly saturated market of Desktop Power Supplies. It features a stylish enclosure, a 135mm intake fan, and a semi-modular cabling for your cable management needs. Underneath that stylish case, the Fury features over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit protection. It also features a 12V+ Single Rail design, and Gold Certification Efficiency. The BitFenix Fury is available in 550W, 650W, and 750W, respectively.
Moving over to the cases, BitFenix appears to showcase a mATX version of their successful mITX Prodigy case. It sports a vertical motherboard mounting panel, and stays true to the Prodigy’s distinctive looks. BitFenix also unveiled 3 more mATX/mITX cases, namely the Colossus M, the baby brother of the Colossus, the Phenom M, with its sleek looks, and an unknown case with shiny edges, and handles.
Apart from their small form factor cases, BitFenix also unveiled the Ronin: A sleek, mid-tower case that features a huge side panel window with stealthy PSU and drive bay covers. Availablity are ofcourse, scarse at this very moment, but nonetheless we’ll update you guys once more info passes by.