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Bitfenix Outlaw APAC Edition Inverted ATX Chassis Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. External Impressions
  4. Internal Impressions Part 1
  5. Internal Impressions Part 2
  6. Test Bench and Installation Experience
  7. Conclusion
  8. View All

Nothing new with cases like this. Comes in an ordinary box with the black-inked illustrations about the case.

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The case comes in the usual plastic and Styrofoam packaging.

As far as the specification is concerned:

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You’re getting a mid-tower case with not very unusual specification for a case that’s worth $49. The case’s height is smaller than CM 311 Plus with the 450mm in height. I am curious to know how did they manage to cram in 4x 5.25” bays and 3.5” bays with 1x 2.5” drive bay with 2x 120mm front fan mount.

Although it’s the same height as Antec One S3, Outlaw smaller in width (208 mm on S3) and depth (488 mm on S3) is more. Bitfenix Merc has more width (190 mm) and depth (490 mm) compared to these cases.

One comment

  1. at the very least for apac, they should provide air filters considering many asia pacific countries have their issues with dust, not just india. but such concepts should be more adopted in super Mid towers rather than just low cost cases…

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