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BitFenix Ghost BFC-GHO-300-KKN1-RP Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

  • Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower
  • USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, HD audio Front Ports
  • 3 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 4 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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BitFenix Ghost ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

The most dangerous opponent is the one you can't hear. Designed for silence, Ghost features BitFenix Serenitek™ Silencing material on the front door and side panels to keep unwanted system noise from throwing you off your game. 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 is coated with BitFenix NanoChrome™, a new surface treatment which gives both metal and plastic a uniform look. The dual-hinge door design gives you the flexibility to open the door from the left or the right on-the-fly. Whisper-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, Ghost gives you everything you need to strike fear in the hearts of your opposition.


BitFenix Serenitek™ Silencing Material

Silence is golden. Developed by BitFenix Labs, this acoustic foam layer absorbs unwanted system noise from fans and hard drives, while maintaining a light and thin profile. 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.


Water Cooling Ready

What better way to cool a silent system than with liquid cooling? That's why Ghost 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 excellent airflow.


BitFenix S4™ Hot Swap and Storage

The deadliest weapons are the ones you can't see. BitFenix S4 gives you a handy compartment to store mobile phones, hard disks and other accessories, and also comes with a SATA hot swap port for convenient file storage.


BitFenix NanoChrome™ Surface Treatment

Another BitFenix Labs creation, Ghost is covered with 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.


Whisper-Quiet Spectre™ Cooling

Renowned for silence, Ghost comes equipped with two 120mm Spectre fans for excellent cooling and acoustic performance.


Anti-Vibration HDD Trays

Vibrations caused by rotating hard drives can be one of the noisiest parts of any system. Ghost comes fully loaded with anti-vibration HDD trays to drastically reduce the noise generated by HDD vibration.


Dual-Hinge Door Design

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.


Excellent Expansion and Connectivity

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.


BitFenix Quality

As a BitFenix chassis, Ghost comes with all the amenities and thoughtful touches that BitFenix is famous for. Tool-free drive locking mechanisms make installing drives a snap, 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 a luxurious powder-coated interior and multiple rubber-grommeted cable management holes allow for a great looking build, even on the inside.

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  • Ian C.
  • 9/13/2014 5:19:23 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsLooks Great, Functions OK

Pros: It is really quiet. It sits right next to me on top of my desk and even when gaming I don't find it to be overbearingly loud.

Seems to be well constructed, and sound damping foam certainly adds some beefiness to the two side panels and the back panel.

The hard drive clips and the 5 inch drive space are easily removed along with the interchangeable top panel for a radiator or two other fans. It comes with one with the holes for a fan or a solid one. I currently have the solid one in with no heat issues.

Cons: So I had a friend come over to help me with this build as it was my first one. He has done 3 or so. I opened the case up the night before in anticipation just to check things out, see what it came with etc. I had three main issues with the case, none were serious as far as functionality goes but certainly annoying.

I first went to mess with the panel on the front that opens both ways. I opened it from the right side so it was hinged on the left. I then tried to go the opposite way and it wouldn't budge. There had been a sticker that said to remove the clips before removing the door completely, but i did not and accidentally broke one. This is mostly due to me being a "noob" and my impatience but they pop out pretty easy after I broke one and was able to look at the second one more closely. My issue was that I had not taken the side panel off first to get the instruction booklet out which demonstrated what the clips were and how to remove them more clearly. THERE WAS A STICKER WARNING ME, but it would have been nice for the three picture demonstration on the booklet to be outside the case.

This was actually annoying an an actual issue worth a star in my opinion. The side panels and thumb screws come off easily enough. But putting them back on is another story. They essentially are some sort of plastic. They are by no means flimsy but because they are plastic they are somewhat warped. So basically to get them back on my friend and I each pushed 2 corners down at the same time and then quickly put in the thumb screws, one of which didn't line up so well. Basically they aren't quite as flush as I would like them to be.

Basically my atx mobo lined up questionably with 2 of the 6 holes. We got screws in but it was delicate and a little more forced than I would have liked or expected them to be. This is primarily where I dock the case an egg.

Other Thoughts: Not sure if this is a con but certainly worth consideration. The space behind the mobo trade is limited and there are not as many cable tie downs as my friend and I were looking for. We ended up pulling what we could through to the back and basically not tying it down but rather spreading it out over the back because we couldn't get the back panel on with it tied to the few tie downs there were. Not sure if it was inexperience or bad design, but another 1/2 inch would have been sweet.

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  • Tedd G.
  • 6/25/2014 7:53:09 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: This case has been great... Holds everything I need and has the room to spare.... Fan space for cooling is awesome for what I use it for... And picking up there fan controller as well, it makes everything so much smoother... This is one of the quietest cases I have ever bought... and I have 6 fans running in it....

Cons: Plastic footings and attachments... find a better way to lock them in... after moving it a couple of times you can see that the hard plastic is cracking at the connection areas... When buying your cables for HDD, make sure you get 90 degree to 180 degree Data Cables.... if not it will pinch on the side panel... other then that...

Other Thoughts: Find a way to put something antistatic on the grill areas to keep it from getting so dusty....

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  • Yanick D.
  • 11/22/2013 6:42:34 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSleek

Pros: It has a nice black finish. Everything is well explained and everything is easy to install. Good way to hide cables.

Cons: Nothing

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  • Alex F.
  • 11/19/2013 9:25:38 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing case, great price

Pros: - Sleek and good looking

-Lots of sound-proofing

-Great airflow

Cons: -Not much really, see comments

Other Thoughts: I love this case. As my first custom computer build, I was recommended this case from a friend. It arrived in great packaging, and looks AWESOME. Very sleek, and sexy design. The bays are awesome in that theres no screws needed to mount HDDs, SSDs, Drives, ect. They just slide in and clip. A ton of room in the case for various things. I have a huge EVGA GTX780 ACX, and it fits great in there.

The ONLY problem I have with the case is this: It arrived and one of the top dust filter clips (You push down and it unclips so you can remove it) was broken on arrival. Not a big deal, it still goes on fine, but it was broken. Again. not a huge deal. Other than that this case is amazing for the price. Its not super flashy as the other cases, its all stealthy and awesome.

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  • 10/29/2013 7:55:29 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsGood, but not Great

Pros: -Solid Case
-Door design is well thought out, can open on both sides
-Top interior is great for housing an AIO cooler and push/pull fan configuration
-Dust filters on every intake and top exhaust
-PSU dust filter is magnetic, so you don't have to reach behind the case to pull it out, just tilt the case to either the right or left and remove it, clean it, then put it back
-SATA Hotswap back enclosure on the top
-Black on both plastic and metal sides are the same, no differing levels of black
-One "removable" hard drive bay(see con)

Cons: -The whole exterior minus the bottom, side panels and back side of the case is plastic. It makes the case feel very cheap
-Cable management behind the motherboard is very tight, less then 1", closer to 0.5"
-You can remove one side of a hard drive bay, but airflow is still restrictive from what I can feel(tested both the stock Bitfenix fans and my Cougar fans), you'll want some very high SP fans for the front intake, overall airflow is VERY restrictive, my 2x7870's are starved for air so I have to take the front panel off to allow more airflow
-3xOptical bays(would have liked to see 2x MAX) and 1x3.5" floppy bay(who uses floppies anymore? Really?)
-Side panels suck, a lot
-Severe lack of tie-down points

Other Thoughts: I am pleased with this case, it has many great features like the top compartment for hot swap and also added space for water cooling in the top housing, but for $99 however, I personally believe you're better off getting a Define R4 on sale or a Arc XL/Arc Midi R2.

The almost non-existent cable management and lack of airflow is a big downside to me. The side panels are a complete pain to take off and put back on(especially if you have a lot of cables and you have little to none tie-down points) unless you lay it down and put your whole weight on it and push, but if you have a lot of cables your side panel is going to bend out.

Also, recently I had a run in with some *clicking* noises coming from my PC, I immediately thought it was my PSU fan dieing and was ready to go buy a fully modular Seasonic PSU to replace my current one(I want a new one anyway) and was going to RMA my Corsair PSU in, but after playing around with the case a bit, I found out that the clicking noise was coming from my optical drive and the case hitting together somehow.

I disconnected my optical drive but kept it in the 5.25" bay and the clicking continued, I ended up screwing a screw in on both sides and it has stopped clicking. My conclusion to this is that the hard drive bays are making it vibrate somehow(I have two hard drives and one SSD in the top bay), so be weary of this. Even with the auto-lock 5.25" bays the rattling progressed, so keep some screws around just in case you have the 5.25" bays occupied.

In conclusion, it's a great case if you get it on sale and don't have a lot of cables running through the back, but if you're going to pay the full retail price, there's better options out there.

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  • Kurt D.
  • 10/3/2013 1:29:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsGood case for the money

Pros: I recently built a new computer using the BitFenix Ghost and I'm overall very pleased with it. While it's not the greatest or most well thought-out case in the world, for the money it's a great buy. Some things I like about this case:

-Plenty of fan mounting locations including a radiator mounting location. Every build is unique so the flexibility in fan configuration is really nice to have. Even pushing my computer to the max with Prime95 and FurMark, all components stayed at very reasonable temperatures.

-Plenty of space on the top of the case to mount a radiator if you go with a liquid cooling option.

-Easily removable air filters for the fans.

-Front door direction can be swapped.

-Sound dampening material seems to work pretty well. During light operation, the fans are nearly inaudible, and even when push, the noise is quite muffled. While running all fans on high will certainly be noisy, this is much quieter than other builds I have done.

-Attractive. Seriously, this is a good looking case.

-Rubber grommets on the cutouts for passing cables through.

-Hot swap bay. I don't intend on using this myself, but it is nice to have the option. I'm currently using it to store random small items that I usually keep on the desk next to my computer.

-2 pre-installed Spectre fans are quiet. There are better performing fans on the market, but these are pretty good for stock fans.

Cons: -Flimsy door hinge clips. I broke both of them while switching the front door direction. This doesn't affect the front door operation too much, though.

-Lack of cable tie-down points behind the motherboard. They're few and far between. I bought some sticky-backed zip tie anchors from Home Depot to make up for this.

-Tight space behind motherboard. It's not so tight that it's useless, but a few more mm of room would have been nice. Fitting the 24 pin cable was a little bit of a challenge, but nothing a few zip ties and zip tie anchors couldn't fix. Fitting all the cables nicely behind the motherboard requires some moderate cable management skills and liberal application of zip ties.

-Frustrating installation of side panels. These are the older style of side panels that slide into place and can be difficult to properly install at times. Would have liked to see a different design here.

-Manual leaves much to be desired. Little-to-no text and pictures that aren't always clear. Could be slightly confusing for those new to computer building. If you're experienced with computer builds, everything is pretty straightforward.

Other Thoughts: My build:
-BitFenix Ghost Case
-Corsair CX600 PSU
-Gigabyte H87M-D3H motherboard
-Intel 4570 CPU
-CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Plus CPU cooler
-Gigabyte GTX770 OC edition GPU
-G.SKILL RipjawsX F3-12800CL8D-8GBXM
-Corsair AF140 (additional fan added at the bottom of the case to feed cool air to that huge GPU)

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  • Clarence P.
  • 9/28/2013 12:40:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsUpdate to my first bitfenix ghost rev

Pros: Nice case but one major problem. Read in Cons.

Cons: The top usb 3 and 2 ports are trouble. The usb3 does not work at all or on a cross you finger bases. I just discovered this when I tried to connect a usb3 external HDD and/or the usb3 jump drive I purchased here. Trouble trouble trouble?

Other Thoughts: If you go to there website and enter the forums you will see this is a big issue Bitfenix knows but has not addressed. If you don't need the usb3 then do not connected it. I doubt newegg will offer a replacement case.

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  • Clarence P.
  • 9/16/2013 4:07:25 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBifFenix Gost

Pros: Strong case. Easy to assemble. The drive cages are great. Top fan, front and back fan support is nice. Top and front filters for fans are metal with filters for cleaning. Solid build.

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: My build. Asus Z87 pro, Intel i7-4770K,seasonic Platinum 860W PS, Asus GforceGTX 770, Samsung 840 pro 256gb SSD for OS, Kingston hyperxx 128 GB SSD,Gskill trident X series 2x8(16gb)ram,Asus DRW-24 DVD drive,Noctua NH-U14S CPU cooler, WD black 1TB hard drive, Seagate barracuda 2TB hard drive, AsusVS248H 24" monitor, Windows 7 sp1, Five Spect pro 128 led fans red (one back, two top, two front). Runs fast and cool. All from Newegg.

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  • Ajay S.
  • 8/30/2013 11:56:41 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWhat a Sexy Beast

Pros: - Tons of airflow
- Very attractive
- Ability to flip the side the hinges for the front panel
- Storage compartment on top is very nice
- Does exactly what I need it to do

Cons: Only gripe I have so far is so minor I feel bad even mentioning it...but the jacks on top of the case for headphones/microphone feel a little stiff/sticky when plugging in my headset.

Other Thoughts: For those who appreciate understated style when it comes to their computer case, while still seeking more than just your typical black/beige box...this case is for you. It's very slick, without all of the lights, panels, and gaudy edges that most cases have. I feel like the pictures and video don't really do it justice...seeing this thing up close and personal, it's a thing of beauty.

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  • Lucas M.
  • 8/10/2013 1:18:51 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Case

Pros: Great case, modern looking and quiet too!

Cons: Side panel is weird and annoyingly difficult to put back on.

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