With the Aegis, BitFenix has an entirely new case in it’s portfolio, which offers space for mATX motherboards. Apart from that it’s rather big and the manufacturer must have been thinking quite a lot about adding new features. There is for example a PSU cover, a display, that’s been integrated into the front as well as things like a pump bracket for custom watercooling.
|Cooling||Features||Layout||Build Quality||Value for Money|
|Pros||+ Good compatibility for watercooling, even custom loops + Numerous spots for fans||+ Separate compartment for PSU + Display||+ Interior space||+ Solid steel|
|Cons||– Only one fan included||– Limited space for PSU||– Very low cost lacker, which easily scratches||– Although there are quite a few decent features, the price is rather steep|