Cooling wise is the most shocking part of this Robin case. While most vendors opt for larger than life Fans in 140-200mm dimensions, the BitFenix Ronin case has to do with two 120mm slow spinning Fans. One Fan in the front and one in the rear to expel the heat. In the front the end user has the option to mount a second 120mm Fan. The thermal testing has to point out whether or not these are effective enough.
The front Fan is equipped with a dust filter, again a weird design choice as it's screwed onto the Fan, thus removal requires screwdriver intervention. This is far from 2013 and feels like a design dating ages back in time...
The BitFenix Ronin is ready to house 240mm radiators; we are referring to AIO units as thick water-cooling radiators might interfere with the motherboard's heat sinks, due to a lack of clearance. Power supplies up to 160mm can be mounted, resting on four small rubber dampers to reduce vibrations. The bottom dust filter, in contradiction with the other dust filters is more up to today's standards. Utilizing magnets for a secure fix. One can spot the bottom optional 120mm fan mount.
The front and top panel in their own glory. The top panel houses the I/O front panel, providing two USB2.0 and two USB3.0 ports, the Power and reset buttons/LEDs and the IN/OUT audio jacks.