Had FedEx not taken the liberty to plaster the front panel with their shipping literature and stickers, we would have seen the BitFenix logo and the Aurora name across the top. The main area of the panel is used to show a rendering of the Aurora. Since the side panel is glass, it is hard to "tint" that area, so it appears to have no side panel at all.
Things start with the BitFenix logo again, and below the handle is an area that should denote which color chassis is inside. Since we got this one early, that sticker was not placed. The lower section of this side offers a view of the front and top of the chassis.
The back panel starts things off noting the dust filter, the RGB Chroma Controller, the Alchemy SSD Chroma bracket, and ends with the cable management space along the top. The larger rendering at the bottom shows the GPU room inside the Aurora, denotes the removable HDD cage, and shows that a 280mm radiator can go in the front and the top.
The fragile sticker covers the company logo, and below the handle, we see the naming in the sticker shows that this is the black Aurora with a window inside of the box. This leaves the rest of this panel to offer a specifications chart identical to the one on site.
Dense foam is used at the top and the bottom, rather than Styrofoam, to protect this chassis from any drops that will occur in transit. Along with the fact that the entire chassis is wrapped in a plastic liner, there is also plastic clung to the glass on either side, making certain the Aurora arrives in terrific condition, as ours did.
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