BitFenix Outlaw APAC Edition Boxshot 1

Bitfenix Outlaw APAC Edition Inverted ATX Chassis Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. External Impressions
  4. Internal Impressions Part 1
  5. Internal Impressions Part 2
  6. Test Bench and Installation Experience
  7. Conclusion

Cheap cases are everywhere and something that sells pretty quickly too. They’re light and the enclosure is good enough for most people with few requirements and doesn’t cost a lot. This is the Bitfenix Outlaw Asia-Pacific edition. The speciality apart from the low cost is the inverted layout.

You’ve read about Betfenix’s cases that I reviewed before. They’re proved to be good cases with good value so far. So what’s more there to offer (Other than USB 3.0 headers) for cases that cost well under $60? Well, outlaw comes with an inverted ATX layout.

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  1. at the very least for apac, they should provide air filters considering many asia pacific countries have their issues with dust, not just india. but such concepts should be more adopted in super Mid towers rather than just low cost cases…

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