BitFenix Fujin Case, Spectre Pro Fans and Vision Titanium PSU Spotted at Computex 2018

Author Photo
Jun 4, 2018
13Shares
Submit

BitFenix, a long time PC Case and Enthusiasts product manufacturer has shown off the Fujin on the show floor, as well as the BitFenix Vision Titanium PSU and their Spectre Pro Fans with Addressable RGB lights.

BitFenix Shows Off New Products At Computex 2018

The Fujin has a bottom compartment, like many modern cases from NZXT, Phanteks and others with the bottom being almost completely enclosed except for a cutout for a radiator on the front panel. Like many cases today it also packs a tempered glass side panel. The case can accommodate up to two 360 mm x 120mm or a 280mm x 140mm radiator. The front features a mesh and an RGB LED diffuser on the top near the front panel ports. The RGB Strips pictured are not included in the case but a 120mm RGB LED rear fan will be included. Storage options include two each of 2.5-inch mounts, and 3.5-inch trays (which can hold 2.5-inch drives). There is a generous 20-25 mm crawlspace behind the motherboard tray, so let you wrestle with your cables. When it hits the shelves, this case will be priced around 69€ or $79.

asus-tuf-gaming-case-2Related ASUS Reveals TUF Gaming GT501

Also shown off was the BitFenix Vision Titanium their new flagship PSU, coming in wattages from 650W to 1500W these are 80 Plus Certified Titanium, making them some of the most efficient power supplies on the market, (Seriously though very few are Titanium rated) it packs a 135mm fan and are fully modular, these cables are also fully compatible with their Alchemy 2.0 modular cables.

Finally we have the Bitfenix Spectre Pro Addressable RGB fans, the newest hottest thing that seemingly everyone is trying to jump on. Addressable RGBs for those who aren’t in the know allow the user to control color, brightness and the lighting patterns of each individual diode, in this case several diodes in each fans to allow multiple colors at the same time. It works with the latest motherboard software, Asus is mentioned specifically though most support all of them. Aside from that it is the specifications and build quality of the older Spectre fans

Source:Techpowerup

Submit