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Bitfenix Raider Mid Tower Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we have the Bitfenix Raider Mid Tower chassis in our test lab.  The Raider is the latest offering from Bitfenix and going on past experiences, we hope this is a quality case at a competitive price point.  Bitfenix have become well known for the special surface treatment they use to greatly reduce the fingerprint problem that many other cases face today.

The Raider is a Mid Tower chassis that ships with 3 x 120mm fans connected to a built in fan controller.   The Raider also offers the potential for four top panel USB 3.0 ports if the correct connectivity options are available.  Unlike some other vendors, Bitfenix have provided backwards compatibility for these USB 3.0 ports.


Key features

  • Four SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports
  • Maximum Airflow Design
  • BitFenix Spectre™ Cooling, 3 fans included
  • Integrated Fan Controller
  • BitFenix SofTouch™ Surface Treatment
  • Superb Expansion

Specifications

MODEL Raider
CASE TYPE Mid Tower
Materials Steel, Plastic
Cooling system Front: 2 x 120mm (included) or 1 x 200mm (optional)

Rear: 1 x 120mm (included)

Top: 1 x 200mm (optional)

Bottom: 1 x 120mm (optional)

Drive Bays • 4 x 5.25” tool-less drive bays
• 7 x 2.5” drive bays
• 6 x 3.5” drive bays
Front Ports 4 x USB 3.0

Audio In/Out

Expansion Slots / video card size 7 expansion slots
Dimensions 210 x 500 x 493mm (ATX Mid Tower)
Motherboard Support Mini-ITX, mATX, ATX

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  • Roger F.d

    Great value for money, under £70? looks a bit bland however, but its a minor thing in this sector as all cases do.

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