BitFenix announce the Outlaw Case

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BitFenix announce the Outlaw Case

With an already impressive line of cases BitFenix are announcing another, the Outlaw. With an RRP of just £40 this case is aimed at the value end of the market, but with many features found on more expensive cases.

The case features an inverted motherboard tray for improved cooling and has the ability to accept even the longest consumer graphics cards on the market. A native SSD mount means that you don't have to take up your valuable HDDs bays with an SSD. You can also install four ODD and four HDDs in this case plus the previously mentioned 2.5" drive like an SSD at the bottom.

As with previous BitFenix cases it has the SofTouch™ Surface treatment and plenty of front mounted connectivity with four USB2.0 ports as well as the usual headphone and mic jacks.

Cooling performance is excellent as well with the graphics cards at the top for better cooling. The case supports up to eight 120mm fans with two locations also supporting the larger 140mm fans if more airflow is required. Finally the case is easy to work in with excellent cable management and a large CPU backplate cutout for quick and painless cooler changes.

This case really appears to be excellent value for money, offering features found higher end cases for a fraction of the price.

You can Pre-Order this excellent case for Only £39.95 at Aria Computers!

For full details please visit the BitFenix Outlaw Product Page.

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Most Recent Comments

20-08-2011, 15:47:26

Hi huys selling my Xeon w3520 and I am thinking i7-950, i7-960 or Xeon E5649 6 core 2.53.
Is the performance of a slower hexa core gonna whup quad hiny or will a 950/960 suffice?

20-08-2011, 16:00:36

depends on what you do. The quad core will most likely do better than the Xeon because games dont use 6 cores yet.

20-08-2011, 16:05:01

If you want a hexcore cpu,i7-970 will give better performance.The other you mentioned,will give you none or very little increase in performance.
But within a month BD is to be released.They come with 6 or 8 native cores and i have a gut feeling,they will be fast.
You could also go SB i5-2500k,i7-2600k.

20-08-2011, 16:37:31

if you have the money to buy a xeon 5649 i would suggest that you save a little and buy a i7-970 which is also a hex core, but you can clock it much higher. also as its been said it depends on what u are going to use it for, but since you had a xeon before, i guess you do use a lot of cpu intensive programs.

As for suggesting a SB chip... if you're just gaming then the amount you save would be worth it, but then again since you have a 1366 platform i assume you wouldn't want to buy a new mobo/ram etc.

so yea, my 2cents are get a i7-970 :)

20-08-2011, 16:54:47

wait for BD :D 8 cores and better performance ill bet money on it

21-08-2011, 12:09:42

Ah Bulldozer will i build when the come out i will have to sell my beloved or bits of it anyways, i ask about the E5649 as i might be able to get one cheap and if overclocked to near 4ghz it should be ok it is an ES A0 also. Yep i gotta utilize my x58.

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