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BitFenix Outlaw breaks some rules in mid-tower chassis' design

Offering up yet another well equipped mid-tower for the price.

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Aug 26, 2011 1:40 pm

Our friends at BitFenix have just added another new, competitively priced mid-tower gaming case to their line-up dubbed the Outlaw. It features that lovely SofTouch coating and an all-black (inside and out) color theme.

 

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The case runs dimensions of 438 x 180 x 478 mm and provides four USB 2.0 ports via the I/O panel situated at the top front. There are four 5.25" bays as well as one internal 2.5-inch (handy for your SSD) and four 3.5-inch trays that use a tool-free mounting design.

 

The motherboard tray is inverted in the case which provides more effective cooling as well as a more accomodating fit for longer graphics cards.

 

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Folks looking to water cool aren't left out with the Outlaw, as there are two pre-drilled holes at the rear for tubing and a single 120mm fan is shipped at the rear in stock form, with room for up to seven more fans to be mounted by the user.

 

The Outlaw is expected to start reaching stores within the first half of September and will cost a very respectable €39 / $49.

NEWS SOURCES:Tweaktown.com

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