Bitfenix Raider

  • Bitfenix Raider
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Based on 14 scores, 43 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    6
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Four USB 3.0 with 2.0 connectivity built-in.
  • Great build quality.
  • Three retail variant BitFenix Spectre 120 mm fans included.

Cons:

  • Somewhat compact mainboard tray.
  • No external 3.5" bay.

Expert reviews and ratings

By nikktech.com on

Bitfenix may be amongst the new players on the block but in less than 2 years they have managed to take the market by storm with their feature-rich high quality towers such as the Colossus and Survivor. The entry level Shinobi and Merc lines also come...

By AnandTech on

BitFenix has historically been fairly reliable at producing reasonably priced cases that have their own aesthetic flair and solid performance. They've been exactly daring enough with designs like the extremely popular Prodigy, and been able to...

By eTeknix on

Today we're taking a look at the Bitfenix Raider a tidy looking mid tower chassis that has proven its self popular with gamers and system builders alike. The chassis sells for generally just under £80 so its obviously a little more than your average low...

By OverClock Intelligence Agency on

Bitfenix certainly comes up with some interesting designs but what is most interesting to me is how they continue to be interesting while completely different than the "out there" Colossus. I certainly liked the Shinobi much more than what I had seen...

By uk.hardware.info on

Computer cases still get plenty of attention from both industry and consumers. Other PC product areas are steadily shrinking, but new brands of computer cases still regularly appear. The result is that you still see innovation in this area. Especially...

By Pureoverclock on

From an aesthetics standpoint, the Raider does indeed continue the BitFenix trend of elegant and contemporary case designs, with beautiful subtle touches that add to the appeal. The smooth lines and matte finish contrast nicely against the mesh...

By BCCHardware on 90

I found the BitFenix Raider to a great mid-sized chassis. The SoftTouch finish was something I didn't expect, but like very much. The Raider is built from quality materials and doesn't feel cheap. Even though it has some plastic parts, it fits...

By overclockers.com on

At the end of the day there isn't really much that I would change or add to this case. For the price point that this case comes in at it is certainly well worth it. The build quality is held to a high standard as far as I am concerned. The BitFenix...

By Overclockers Club on

the Raider was heck of a case. It looks nice and works well enough. It actually comes with three of BitFenix’s Spectre fans, which are more fans than most cases ever ship with. The price of the case seems unaffected by the addition, which makes it...

By TechRadar AU on 70

The BitFenix Raider is a competent case with a great price, but if you want more room to tinker, look elsewhere. Follow TechRadar Reviews on Twitter:...

By Pro-Clockers on

The bottom line is the BitFenix is a great looking case for the sub $100 asking price. It offers all the features one would want in a case and looks good doing it. The exterior is very wholesome looking with touch of SofTouch but there is a gamer’s...

By Atomic MPC on 92

A hard case to go past, if elegance and function is your...

By PC Authority on 83

It's the role of a technology reviewer to be a distant, impartial arbiter of product quality and success. Personal bias should, ideally, never come into the equation when you're recommending a product to someone, except... Well, sometimes a brand comes...

By XtremeComputing on

The BitFenix Raider is solidly constructed and features refined, modest looks with nicely proportioned corners and style. The BitFenix SoftTouch treatment across the front and top of the case is well appreciated and provides a somewhat matt-black...

By Kitguru.net on 80

Today we have the Bitfenix Raider Mid Tower chassis in our test lab. The Raider is the latest offering from Bitfenix and going on past experiences, we hope this is a quality case at a competitive price point. Bitfenix have become well known for...

By Neoseeker on

Overall the BitFenix Raider is a good case for its price range. It sports more features than expected for a case under $100 and also looks visually appealing. Both of these factors will go a long way in driving appeal, as when comparing the BitFenix...

By Legit Reviews on

Looking for a mid-tower case on a budget the BitFenix Raider is sure to please with many of features found on high end cases and good looks to boot....

By TechReaction.net on

Overall, the Bitfenix Raider performed very well in our testing. The outside edges, coated with the SofTouch technology, always look great. The quartet of USB 3.0 connections is another good addition to the Raider, helping you keep up with the new...

By Hardware Canucks on

BitFenix’s Raider is yet another competitor in the sub-$100 enclosure market but it incorporates many features normally seen on higher end products. But can it accomplish the impossible by standing out in a highly competitive market against the likes...

By Hardware Secrets on

The Raider is another terrific option from Bitfenix. It has a top-notch look, thanks to its rubber coat finish, which is becoming Bitfenix’s trademark. It is a terrific case for its price, and you won’t regret buying it.Strong PointsRubber coat...