BitFenix Colossus Case Preview

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BitFenix Colossus

BitFenix might not be a name that readily trips off the tongue of your average PC Hardware enthusiast, but the people behind the name have created a variety of products for other companies that are legendary, following their stint with Cooler Master.

Their first major product product release is the highly anticipated full E-ATX chassis, the Colossus. It has been designed from the ground up to be specifically for the enthusiast and gamer. Many manufacturers are limited to extending a previous design style, so this blank sheet of paper ensures everything needed should be in place.

David Jarlestedt, BitFenix Product Manager;

"With Colossus, we focused on how gamers and PC enthusiasts were interacting with their computers on a daily basis, and crafted a PC chassis that actually helps to enhance their computing experience. What we've been able to do is create a case that not only looks striking, but delivers novel features that truly benefit the user in terms of security, control,
and performance."

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Available in either Monolith Black or Glacier white, to cover both the old-school and modern crowds, the case is primarily designed to have clean lines. It's coated with BitFenix SofTouch™ which promises the hard-wearing coating we demand for daily use, along with a nice tactile feel.

As you can see from the pictures, the LED lighting can be either blue or red depending on your preference and it's switchable at the touch of a button. The lighting is also variable by being either on, pulse or off. So for those stealthy moments you can turn it off, or if you really want to be flash you can have the breathing LEDs that are all the rage at the moment. BitFenix certainly have got you covered in the control department.

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It's not just about the looks though, flip over to the next page for the plethora of features available on the BitFenix Colossus.

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Most Recent Comments

06-08-2010, 08:30:58

FragTek
Definitely starting to like this new forum layout and the software. Isn't IPB freeware? It's pretty damn feature rich for freeware. Just wanted to say good work and everything is coming together VERY nicely. Cheers.

06-08-2010, 08:43:43

killablade
I agree mate, I like the new forum. Imho it's way better than the old one :D

06-08-2010, 08:49:06

Brooksie
You can get free IPB forums, yet there is barely any features

06-08-2010, 08:58:12

equk


Isn't IPB freeware? It's pretty damn feature rich for freeware.



looks like for a business license it's $349.99 and $149.99 for standard license (guess thats for non-profit?)

http://www.invisionpower.com/products/board/

(clicked on link at bottom of forum)

The layout is much better and support for mobile devices is brilliant

10-08-2010, 16:42:21

Jim
Cheers fraggles :)

I have to agree though. I'm getting MUCH better vibes from IPB than I did from vB4. It seems far less bloated, looks much cleaner and is a gem to work with.

What eq said ^ is correct for the prices. I didnt even bother looking into the free version because you just know its only goign to be a matter of time before you wish you had the full ver :P
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