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The BitFenix Survivor has a proprietary coating to prevent bumps and scratches, a retractable handle for easy transportation, as well as a security system to lockdown your peripherals at public venues. The on/off button is placed inside a concealable front I/O panel along with two USB 2.0/3.0 ports, one eSATA port, logo lighting controls, and audio jacks. It can house up to seven 3.5-inch or nine 2.5-inch drives via two modular drive cages, three external 5.25-inch drives, a 200mm fan in front and on top, and a 120mm fan in back.
Case can take a few hits; handle sturdier than it looks; can support long graphics cards.
Good looks, Durable finish, Very quiet, Top handle, Excellent feature set, Great cable management, Lighting switch.
No rear fan (?!); side panels are hard to remove; GPU strap nearly useless.
Lackluster cooling performance, Inconvenient side panel access, Filters not easily removed, Availability.
By Fudzilla on September 28, 2011
BitFenix Survivor is a stylish mid-tower computer case that has an unusual design and is very practical for carrying around. Such features mean that frequent LAN party goers will find the case interesting, to say the least. BitFenix is a relatively...-
By Hardware Secrets on June 09, 2011
The BitFenix Survivor has a top-notch finishing and sleek look. Due to its carrying handle, it is a really nice option for gamers that play on LAN parties. It is also a great case for users looking for a good-looking case full of features.Strong...-
By HardwareHeaven on March 29, 2011
Looking back to our review of the Colossus case we noted that one of the highlights of that product was the build quality. With the Survivor this high standard has continued and the case feels solid with no noticeable defects in the soft coat...80
By The Best Case Scenario on March 11, 2011
I really like this case, I genuinely do. There are a couple of minor niggles which unfortunately are going to prevent me giving it a full 5/5 but it's a very good piece of kit. There's plenty of room inside the chassis for the largest of...80
By eTeknix on March 08, 2011
BitFenix are considered a newbie in the chassis world and their product lineup consists of a small array of quality products with design flair and world class engineering.BitFenix believe in creating products that give the user complete...-
By Kitguru.net on February 11, 2011
Worth a look, if you want something different, but there are too many issues for...70
By Maximum PC on January 06, 2011
Can you handle the newest mid-tower on the block? With wraparound “SofTouch” coating, the Survivor is built to survive. Cases with handles are nothing new. Cases billed as LAN-ready are nothing new, either. But BitFenix’s first...70
By Legit Reviews on December 10, 2010
BitFenix is off to a great start with their line up with both the Colossus and the Survivor; I am looking forward to their next offering....-
By TechRadar on December 10, 2010
BitFenix hasn't been around long – just over six months, in fact – but in that time has already managed to cause a stir with its first product, the mighty Colossus. Now it's released a second case, the smaller but equally well-formed...90
By TweakNews on November 30, 2010
BitFenix's Survivor case has a sleek, innovative look, outstanding feature set and a well-appointed I/O panel all packed into a Lan-friendly case with a rugged finish and sturdy handle. The interior is very roomy, for a mid-tower and has some...-