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Bitfenix sent us a Micro-ATX version of their Colossus case. Seeing that mATX and miniITX cases are designed y to accommodate as many hardware components with as little space as possible, I am curious to know how good this case really is! This is the first smaller-than-ATX case that I am reviewing, so I curious to know how good these case designs really are!! It’s not really a secret that I am a fan of inverted motherboard case design, especially with low-cost case like BitFenix Outlaw.
Like many brands, Bitfenix has a straight-forward packaging- logo and case name at the front, features mentioned in the rear and the specifications on the side.
The unit that I received was with a torn box and couple of cartons from another case filled in. But despite that there is not damage to the case, aside from the slightly bent PCIe cover.
The specifications are as follows:
|Model||BitFenix Colossus mATX|
|Materials||Steel, Plastic, SofTouch™|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||250 x 330 x 374mm|
|5.25″ Drive Bays||x 1|
|3.5” Drive Bays||x 4|
|2.5” Drive Bays||x 3|
|Cooling Top||120mm x 2 (optional)|
|Cooling Bottom||120mm x 2 (1 included) or 200mm x 1(optional) or 230mm x 1 (optional)120mm x 1 (included) or 140mm x 1 (optional)|
|PCI Slots||x 5|
|I/O||USB 3.0 x 2, HD Audio|
|Power Supply||PS2 ATX (bottom, multi-direction)|
|Extras||LiteTrak™ lighting system, SofTouch™ surface treatment, magnetic heat shield|
The case’s frame is of steel and BitFenix uses its signature sofTouch coat for the front and the top.