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Able to install numerous cooling fans.
SofTouch surface treatment on front panel.
Easy to Work.
Four USB Ports on Front I/O.
Very well Ventilated.
Reverse ATX design allows large GPUs.
Lots of thumbscrews required to install drives.
Lose of one 5.25” bay when using a long GPU and/or two front 120 mm fans.
No USB 3.0.
Can Only Use One SSD.
Only One Included Fan.
Thickness of exterior panels.
By HardwareZone.com on April 01, 2012
Has BitFenix successfully challenged the commonly held notion that entry-level equals barebones and that compromises or cost-cutting measures must be made? Well, yes and no.The one thing the BitFenix has going for it is that it is pretty...
By TechReaction.net on December 26, 2011
Overall, the Outlaw has a lot of positives rolled into one. The SoftTouch treatment is always nice to see on Bitfenix cases. The wire management solution utilized in the Outlaw was simply great. It helped clean up our installation and gave the case a...
By AnandTech on December 23, 2011
A lot of our case reviews lately have been for enclosures that hover around the $99 price point and then range below. The big, expensive ones are exciting and ultimately many of them are definitely worth your hard earned money, but what about the...
By FutureLooks on December 07, 2011
The BitFenix Outlaw is a PC builder’s chassis. The design, style, and overall appeal is firmly directed toward those building a PC on a budget. With the exception of a few minor issues, it is a well designed, sleek case that is absolute joy to...
By Pro-Clockers on November 30, 2011
The BitFenix Outlaw has quite features that we look in a case. And I am sure many of you will like as well especially the sub $50 asking price. There are a few cases that will be into the same category as the Outlaw and offer many of the same...
By Neoseeker on November 30, 2011
Our initial thoughts going into the BitFenix Outlaw review was that at $49, all the case had to do was not fall apart while we were testing it. Not only did it not fall apart, but we came out of the review surprised with all this case has to offer....
By Legit Reviews on November 11, 2011
The BitFenix Outlaw truly made a simple but remarkable innovation by flipping the board. Sub $50 cases take note; it's a good thing to be creative on a budget....
By Gamers Daily News on November 09, 2011
There were some things I didn’t like about the BitFenix Shinobi. Things that were design decisions which just didn’t sit right with me like the stick on feet. With the BitFenix Outlaw the top of the case is no longer rubberized. In its place...
By Bjorn3D on October 28, 2011
The BitFenix Outlaw is a handsome case with a nice finis. The gage of steel on the case exterior may not be suitable for those users that are careless, or heavy handed with their cases, but is strong enough to withstand normal usage, and sight...
By Pureoverclock on October 27, 2011
Visually speaking, the Outlaw chassis is very nice with its minimalistic matte black finish, and smooth lines. I especially adore the look and feel of the SofTouch on the front bezel which gives a touch of elegance and uniqueness to the matte black...
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