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Bitfenix Colossus Micro ATX Case Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. External Impressions Part 1
  4. External Impressions Part 2
  5. Internal Impressions
  6. Installation Experience
  7. Conclusion
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The Colossus mATX has LED all the way from right to the left side panel, but the actual source of the LED is on the front. The light simply gets reflected on both sides of the case.

The front panel buttons and connectors are on the left sidepanel and the PSU mount can be seen on the underbelly of the case. As one can clearly notice in the rear section, the case is an inverted form-factor design. Seeing that some BitFenix cases have few differences from your typical case designs.

There’ is a switch at the edge of the front panel towards the right that toggles the LED light between red, green, blue, breathing effects with light changes and off.

The front panel is a door with a with couple of magnets that keeps it in place. Once you open it, there is a mesh for the 5.25” drive and the 120mm front fan. The rear section has a long strip of vents towards the side the vented PCIe slots to provide passive airflow for the power supply.

2 comments

  1. Hoew the fuck have you mounted PSU in that case? How power cord is connected to it?

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