BitFenix Outlaw Pro Reviews

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"The BitFenix Outlaw is worth consideration by anyone who wants a good looking case that can handle a decent gaming system without breaking the bank. It has many attractive features, good cooling, easy installation, decent wire management, the ability to use multiple GPU's, and an excellent price point among them."
"The Outlaw has some good features, such as, the cooling potential, decent cable management, unique design, stylish appearance and good expansion options. It also has some bad features, such as, the lack of dust filters, single supplied fan, cheap material and slight lack of quality in certain areas. BitFenix have clearly put a large amount of thought into the Outlaw. They tried to create a unique case which will appeal to a large segment of the market with an attractive £40/€40/$50 price tag and we respect them for that. It may not be the completely revolutionary case BitFenix had hoped for and it is by no means faultless. However, the Outlaw is still a good choice for anybody who wants a mid-tower case with good cooling, excellent expansion options, decent cable management, a stylish appearance and an affordable price tag. There just may be a few better options available."
"At only $49, the BitFenix Outlaw is a steal. Unfortunately, it doesn't come without issues."
"Certainly the Outlaw offers just the basics of what any PC Case should but it does so with a very low price tag and in the end that's what matters for most "regular" consumers who are not after the extra features found with more expensive PC Cases. So after all of the things mentioned in this review i can't think of a really bad thing to say about the BitFenix Outlaw and that's why it walks away with our Golden Award. All that's left now is to see a really ultra-High End PC Case by BitFenix which i hope is not far away (although i did say the same roughly 1 year ago)."
"Overall the design and build quality is great for a sub £40 chassis, with all the option fan mounting points and inverted layout you will be able to tune your fan placement to keep the temps down on even the hottest of systems. We decided to award the Outlaw the OC3D Value for money award and the Silver award. If it had of been just 5mm wider and allowed cables to be placed neater up the back of the motherboard tray it probably would have got a fully fledged gold. Its a very good case for the money but fell at the last hurdle of being a great one."
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