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BitFenix Raider Mid Tower Case Review

Author: Dimitry
Date: January 10, 2012
Product Name: Raider
Part Number: BFC-RDR-300-KKN1-RP
Warranty: 1 Year
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According to their corporate blurb BitFenix's main goal is to deliver cases with great feature sets and high build quality into affordable price points. Their new Raider continues this tradition and upon first glance it looks like it incorporates everything an budget-conscious gamer could possibly want. Items like a black interior, tool free installation, plenty of room for graphics cards and a backplate cut out are all included. And the price for all of this? Just $89.99.

We know what you're thinking right about now: "Oh no, another product in the $75 to $99 case market." and believe it or not, we'd have to agree with you. This segment is already cluttered beyond believe and has some downright amazing cases that offer some great value. But does the Raider have a chance against competition like the Corsair 400R and the Cooler Master Storm Enforcer? That's what we're about to find out.


 
 

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