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Old January 10, 2012, 07:57 PM
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BitFenix's Raider is yet another competitor in the sub-$100 enclosure market but it incorporates many features normally seen on higher end products. But can it accomplish the impossible by standing out in a highly competitive market against the likes of Corsair and Cooler Master?

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Old January 11, 2012, 06:52 AM
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Thanks for the review!

I really enjoy reading and watching reviews about Bitfenix products. They make great stuff at good price points. I will be very interested once they release silenced cases.
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I am still a supporter of cases with windows, but this is a nice case in its own right.

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I am still a supporter of cases with windows, but this is a nice case in its own right.

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No windows! Only silence :) hehehe
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Really good review, seemed very comprehensive and thorough.
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