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BitFenix Raider computer case exclusive hands-on video preview

BitFenix' latest focuses on simplicity and cooling

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Nov 10, 2011 4:00 pm

Earlier this week we visited the BitFenix office here in Taipei and got a look at its brand new Raider computer case which is being released today.

 

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David from BitFenix in the video below introduces us to the Raider. He explains that the Raider is 100% focused on airflow with a mesh finish from the top all the way to the front of the case. The case features the nice and smooth BitFenix SofTouch finish - even the power button and fan controller switch on the top front right of the case features the SofTouch treatment. Gone are USB 2.0 ports as the Raider supports four USB 3.0 ports. There is also support for users with older motherboards without USB 3.0 by way of standard USB 2.0 adapters on the same internal cable.

 

 

Moving on to the inside of the case, the drive bays are all tool-free and there are five optical drive bays and room for six hard drives. At the bottom of the case is room for an additional 2.5-inch drive, meaning the case can support up to seven SSDs or 2.5-inch hard drives, if you can get your hands on one. Cable management is also taken care of well with lots of room behind the motherboard tray for large cables and rubber cable management holes should mean a neat and tidy case.

 

That's just a taste of some of the features. Watch the video above for the full run-down.

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