The black Ghost ATX Mid-Tower Chassis from BitFenix is designed for silence, and is outfitted with BitFenix' Serenitek silencing material on the front door and side panels to minimize unwanted system noise. Ghost comes ready for 240mm water cooling radiators, while the top-mounted S4 storage compartment houses a SATA hot swap port for convenient file transfers. The outside of the chassis is coated with BitFenix NanoChrome, a surface treatment which gives both metal and plastic a uniform look. The dual-hinge door design gives the user flexibility to open the door from either the left or the right on-the-fly. The designed-to-be-quiet Spectre fans keep both noise and temperatures down, and anti-vibration HDD trays dampen noise even further. With support for long graphics cards, Alchemy LED strips, the latest solid-state drives, and USB 3.0 ports, Ghost gives you just-about everything needed to create a formidable gaming chassis.
The Serenitek silencing material was developed by BitFenix Labs. This acoustic foam layer absorbs unwanted system noise from fans and hard drives, while maintaining a light and thin profile. By lining the inside of the side panels and the dual hinge door, Serenitek keeps noise trapped inside Ghost so you can focus on the task at hand without any sonic distraction.
Ghost is water cooling ready and comes equipped with room for a 240mm radiator on top, and hides it away with a handy mesh cover to maintain a clean look while delivering considerable cooling airflow.
The BitFenix S4 gives the user a handy storage compartment to store mobile phones, hard disks and other accessories, and also is equipped with a SATA hot swap port for convenient file storage.
Another BitFenix Labs creation, Ghost is covered with a NanoChrome Surface Treatment. Combining a high-temperature glaze with metallic dust, NanoChrome seamlessly blends plastic and metal together for a smooth texture and unified look across the entire chassis surface.
Ghost also is outfitted with 2 - 120mm Spectre fans for efficient cooling and minimized sound disturbance. The anti-vibration HDD trays also were designed to drastically reduce the noise generated by HDD vibrations.
Unique to Ghost, the front door can be opened on the left or the right side on-the fly. No matter where you place your case or which hand you use to swing open the front door, Ghost conforms to you - not the other way around.
With native support for long graphics cards, solid state drives, and a hot swap bay, Ghost offers multiple expansion possibilities. Add to it two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, and Ghost is fully equipped to handle all of your USB peripherals as well.
Aesthetic treatments abound, and Ghost features rails on the underside of the chassis that are specifically designed to fit BitFenix Alchemy LED Strips which can be purchased separately and come in a number of color choices.
Finally, tool-free drive locking mechanisms simplify the installation of drives, while filtered intakes keep the insides free of dust and debris. A huge cutout on the motherboard tray allows for quick swapping of CPU coolers, and an aesthetically finished powder-coated interior and multiple rubber-grommeted cable management holes allow for a quite impressive looking build, even on the inside.