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Four USB 3.0 with 2.0 connectivity built-in.
Great build quality.
Three retail variant BitFenix Spectre 120 mm fans included.
Nearly silent fans.
Plenty of space behind motherboard tray.
Excellent cable management possibilities.
Screwless 3.5 and 5.25 inch.
Somewhat compact mainboard tray.
No external 3.5" bay.
No eSATA or Firewire.
Screwless system for 5.25 inch bays allows for some play.
Non-removable dust filter in front.
Lack of LED lights in fans may be a downer for some.
By AnandTech on February 28, 2013
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 OverClock Intelligence Agency on May 07, 2012
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 Pureoverclock on April 27, 2012
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 April 15, 2012
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...
By Overclockers Club on March 28, 2012
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 on March 28, 2012
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 March 16, 2012
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...
By Atomic MPC on February 07, 2012
A hard case to go past, if elegance and function is your...
By XtremeComputing on February 06, 2012
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 January 29, 2012
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...
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