BitFenix Colossus MITX Review

Lighting effects

BitFenix Colossus M-ITX

 

Lighting effects

The Colossus has a choice of three lighting colours all of which are selected sequentially via a small switch just below the LiteTrak on the left hand side.   Colours can be cycled through Red, Blue and Green, and also made to pulsate.

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BitFenix Colossus M-ITX  

 

With the room lights off and the case rotated slightly to give a better view of the front, the colours become that little bit more vivid, but at no time become intrusive.  That said if we were to use this as a HTPC we think we'd use it with the lights off as they would be more than a bit distracting if you were trying to watch a film.

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20-02-2014, 03:53:53

tinytomlogan
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...170210369l.jpg

BitFenix meld the aesthetic of the Colossus with the established strengths of the Prodigy chassis


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20-02-2014, 07:17:00

dark-D
just watched the video. i have noticed that in some of the latest videos, there is a static noise coming from the audio, i am listening on headphones.

20-02-2014, 18:23:49

luongo27
I'm not a huge fan of the design, looks a little awkward to me. Don't really don't like the original Colossus either, so i guess it's not for me. Was going to mention the airflow but I own a Xigmatek Nebula so i can't really go there

24-02-2014, 03:00:34

suimui
i don't like this Case. i've tried to play a simple game (star trek online) with the case complete closed on both sides and yeah my GPU was heating up like a oven. just after only 2 mins. playtime i hit 65 degress which i never ever did before on my gtx770 dcII/oc.

This Case isn't a good choice for actual "HighEnd" Equipment. Well would be, with a modded side panel for the GPU , maybe.
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