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Scythe FenrisWolf Mid-Tower Chassis - The Scythe FenrisWolf Mid Tower Case

Whilst reknowned for their prowess in the PC cooling world, Scythe now takes a shot at cases with its first model, the FenrisWolf.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Dec 29, 2009 1:42 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%Manufacturer: Scythe

The Scythe FenrisWolf Mid Tower Case

 

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Looking at the front, I was greeted with an all aluminum door panel with an exposed edge shining in exposed aluminum. In the center is a mesh not unlike a screen you find in your windows. Near the top Scythe places a black and aluminum accented logo.

 

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This front panel opens to expose the drive bays and the power and reset buttons, and the power and HDD activity LED's. Under the front controls there are six bays, one of which can be used for a 3.5" floppy drive. Under those is a 120mm fan in a cage. This cage is also covered in another layer of the screen mesh.

 

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On the side, things would have been really plain. The bold accent of the lowercase "b" at the bottom left is to signify Benny's approval, and I can only assume this is his "brand logo". The reverse of the chassis is the same, minus the "logo" of course.

 

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The rear of the chassis exposes the top mounted positioning of the PSU in this chassis. Moving down the thick rear panel, there is the rear I/O panel hole flanked by the second 120mm fan. Continuing on down, there are seven vented expansion slots, and next to those are holes to pass water tubing through.

 

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Hidden near the front, on top of the chassis, is this front I/O access panel. I ran into my first issue here. I had to prop the door of the panel for this image with a trimmed down zip tie. The door on this panel will not stay in the open position. It's good for keeping the dust out, but sort of a pain to plug in a device if another isn't already holding the door open.

 

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