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Bitfenix Outlaw Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: Reviews Last Updated: September 30, 2011
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Introduction
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The Bitfenix Outlaw is a budget mid-tower case, coming with a unique feature: its motherboard tray is located against the right-side panel of the case, instead of against the left-side panel as it is usually. This way, you have to remove its right-side panel and not its left-side panel in order to open it. Costing only USD 50, let’s see if it is a good option for users who are looking for a nice and yet inexpensive case.

Other highlights of the product include a rubber-coated front panel and the support of up to eight fans.

Bitfenix Outlaw case
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Figure 1: Bitfenix Outlaw case

Bitfenix Outlaw case
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Figure 2: Bitfenix Outlaw case

The right-side panel has a mesh, supporting two 120 mm or 140 mm fans.

Bitfenix Outlaw case
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Figure 3: Right-side panel

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