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BitFenix Survivor Case Review

Rating: 7.0.

In September 2010, KitGuru reviewed the BitFenix Colossus case and while it showed promise, we didn’t think it was totally ready for prime time release. Today we are looking at their Survivor case, a more modest design which we are sure will appeal to a much wider audience.

The mid tower Survivor is a much neater design at 230 mm x 502 mm x 510 mm (W x D x H), but it inherits the same unique Bitfenix styling. Many will be pleased to hear that the insane lighting system is no longer present and is replaced instead with some really attractive curves on the edges.


Dimensions (mm): 230 x 502 x 510 (W x D x H)
Material: Steel, plastic
Colour: Black
Weight: 9.4kg
Front Panel: Power and reset switches, 2 x USB 3, 2 x USB 2, stereo, mic, eSATA, lighting controls
Drive Bays: 3 x internal 5.25in drive bays, 1x internal 5.25in drive bay, 7 x internal 3.5in drive bays
Form factor(s): ATX, micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
Cooling: 200mm roof fan mount (fan supplied), 200mm front fan mount (fan supplied), 120mm rear fan mount (fan not supplied)
CPU cooler clearance: 174mm
Graphics card dimensions supported: 293mm, 423mm with 3-bay drive caddy removed
Extras: Tool-less drive bays, water-cooling grommets, fan LED control

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