The mini-ITX form factor seems to be on something of a roll this year with the motherboard makers focusing on some seriously high-end products, but so far most mini-ITX chassis have been a bit lacklustre, even though there have been one or two decent ones, but usually at a fairly high price. Now it seems
BitFenix are renowned for bringing affordable, yet really well featured chassis' into the market and it's always interesting to see what goodies they plan to add next as they continue to expand their range and maintain low pricing.
BitFenix started at the top and has worked its way down the ladder so to say and its latest model, the Merc is something close to a real budget case, albeit without cutting too many corners or going for a really cheap look. In fact, the Merc looks rather pleasant for a budget case and
Computex 2011 Round-up for both day 1 and 2. SILVERSTONE's TJ12, NZXT Pink Case, Noctua's Prototype Cooler and the PCCOOLER's W120 are some of the interesting things we get to see. The various casings, PSUs and coolers are sorted according to the different manufacturers for your convenience.
New start up BitFenix has announced Shinobi, the latest addition to its series of gamercentric PC enclosures. The all black ATX chassis, encased in Bitfenix's "SofTouch™ Surface", features three too-less 5.25" optical bays/ eight 3.5" HDD bays, support for up to seven 120mm fans, and a topside I/O panel with four USB 2.0 ports and
After the wildly successful original Facebook contest, BitFenix is pleased to announce BitFenix Facebook Sweepstakes 2. From now until March 9th, users can go to the BitFenix Facebook page and enter the contest by "liking" the page and filling out the sweepstakes entry form. At the end of the contest period, one lucky fan will
Head over to BitFenix’s Facebook page to enter their special contest by ‘liking’ the page and filling out the sweepstakes entry form. One lucky fan will walk away with the hottest gaming chassis on the planet – a brand new Colossus Venom Edition!
BitFenix is not done with the Colossus just yet. Check out their latest updates to the Colossus inside.
The new BitFenix Survivor chassis stands out with its blend of elegant styling and rugged build. We are pretty sure the Survivor can survive our clumsy work environment and still look good with all hardware intact after many months! Supporting huge 200mm fans, a chunk of hard drives, extra-long graphics cards and even being able
BitFenix has officially announced its highly-anticipated Colossus full tower E-ATX PC chassis. The Colossus has a whole list of impressive features, including an advanced LED lighting system. More photos and the full press release to follow.
We make a trip to BitFenix Design Labs to take a look at their chassis development. Get peeks of their upcoming Colossus and Survivor chassis inside.
While in Taipei, we had the chance to take a look at some 3D renders of a promising range of gaming oriented PC chassis from a new company we’ve never heard of before. The company is none other than BitFenix, the next Big Thing for the gaming enthusiast community. No prizes for guessing how excited