Posts Tagged: bitfenix

BitFenix Phenom Mini-ITX Case Review

BitFenix had great success with their Prodigy ITX case, and now they have an ITX alternative with the Phenom. With SFF systems becoming more and more popular, it’s always nice to have plenty of options in cases. Let’s find out what the BitFenix Phenom has to offer the ITX crowd… Read More

BitFenix Prodigy mITX Case Review

Computers are shrinking. Even enthusiast computers are getting smaller & smaller. We’ll look more in-depth at the shrinking ability of the power-user in the coming weeks when we publish a review of EVGA’s mITX Z77 Stinger. However, before that, we’ll have a look at the case in which it will reside – the BitFenix Prodigy. Read More

Project Rhapsody in Red - Completed!

It has been a long time coming and thankfully this project, Rhapsody in Red (named after a song written & performed by my band in college), is finally complete. Stop in and check out what some great looking fans, cables and a case-matching fan controller can do to really make your build pop! Read More

BitFenix Shinobi XL Full-Tower Case Review

Looking to expand (literally) on the original Mid-Tower Shinobi, BitFenix has introduced the Shinobi XL. The XL version now supports E-ATX and XL-ATX form factor motherboards, promises to be water cooling friendly, and makes the leap to Full-Tower status. Read More

BitFenix Spectre Pro 120 mm Fan Review

Upon opening the box I was greeted with two 120 mm Spectre Pro Fans. Their follow up to the Spectre is the now available in the form of the Spectre Pro which like the Spectre, is offered in a variety of sizes and with a variety of different colored LEDs. Read More

BitFenix Raider Mid-Tower Chassis Review

Recently BitFenix sent us a conspicuous looking box with the word Raider emblazoned on the side. Given the definition of Raider, I was very much looking forward to giving this case a good look over, and if true to past BitFenix chassis offerings I will not be disappointed. Read More