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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
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The drive bays layout is the same- 5.25” mount on the top and 3.5” HDD mount below it. There’s no hole next to the PSU area to route the cables through the left sidepanel.

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The tool-less clip is plastic, including the support.

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From the right sidepanel view, there is an angled section for routing cable through for better cable management.

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Rubber feet are provided for power supplies as well- not just for smaller units, but also for larger ones as well.

Internal Impressions Part 2

There are 3 fans- one on the top, one on the rear and one on the front. Its good considering usually cases such as these usually come with only a single sleeve bearing fan.

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There’s not much to say, except these are LED fans with 7 wings and uses sleeve bearing with 3-pin fan connector. To note, you don’t get 3 pin fan connector to Molex adapter. Its not that bad- you are getting all 3 fans with it. Most likely users will prefer to remove the top panel fan and install it on the second 120mm mount for the front panel.

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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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