Today we’re taking a look at the Bitfenix Raider a tidy looking mid tower chassis that has proven its self popular with gamers and system builders alike. The chassis sells for generally just under £80 so its obviously a little more than your average low budget chassis, we’ll call this one a mid-budget case, so naturally we’ll be expecting a few nice features above just a standard case here today.
“Focused on combining superior design with the latest advances in technology, BitFenix creates state-of-the-art computer hardware and peripherals that blur the line between man and machine. Users shouldn’t have to adjust themselves to the way their hardware works. So, we strive to put the user in complete control of his hardware, so that it functions as an extension of his will, and not as another variable he has to compensate for. In the heat of battle, the user should not have to worry about the state of his equipment, which is why BitFenix products are engineered to perform under even the most extreme conditions. No matter how taxing the situation, users can rely on the strength of BitFenix products to perform as they are intended.” - Bitfenix.com
The above is just half of the bold statement Bitfenix have on their site, I like reading the about section for companies, especially when I’m doing reviews as it gives me an idea of what to expect from a product, but can this chassis live up to their own high standard? Come and take a look a the next few pages where we will be taking a closer look at what this case has to offer before fitting it out with one of our test systems.
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