Product on Review: BitFenix Outlaw.
Manufacturer and Sponsor: BitFenix
MSRP: £39.99inc. VAT (GBP)
BitFenix, though a newcomer to the computer case sector are building a solid reputation with their current portfolio of offerings. Lately we have seen a series of entry-level, budget specific cases from them as they try to appeal to the different price-ranges and audiences. Today it falls to us to review one of these new releases named the Outlaw.
The Outlaw is a mid-tower chassis with a difference. It features an inverted motherboard tray and indeed general layout with the option of having up to 7x cooling fans and at a price that everyone can afford. The big question is, at such a low-cost, does it really represent good value for money or should it be tossed to the side? Let’s begin our analysis of BitFenix Outlaw and find out!
BitFenix take on Outlaw
Introducing Outlaw - a new paradigm in value chassis design. With its inverted motherboard tray, Outlaw accepts even the longest graphics cards with ease while enhancing graphics card cooling. Plenty of fan locations keep the rest of your system cool, while a native SSD mount means you can arm your system with a blazingly-fast SSD to give you the edge over the opposition. With plenty of connectivity and our signature BitFenix SofTouch™ Surface treatment, Outlaw is an absolute steal. Who says premium features demand a premium price? Break the rules with BitFenix Outlaw.