Summary: 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.
Pros: Top-notch finishing, Sleek design, Retractable, sturdy carrying handle, Air filter for the front fan, Air filter for the power supply fan, Support for six or seven (if the included adapter is used) hard drives, Support for six, seven or nine SSD units (depending whether the included adapters are ...
Cons: Doesn’t come with the rear fan, No tool-less installation mechanisms for 5.25” devices
Excerpt: BitFenix says it best in the press release "We wanted to design a PC chassis that had ruggedized features, but didn’t necessarily look like a tractor." We will not say the Survivor is simplistic because of its broad rounded corners and the big red logo sitting on the top.
Conclusion: Conclusion BitFenix are relatively new in the market but that’s not a bad thing as it seems they offer up some of the latest and greatest designs whilst giving features and functions galore.
Pros: Stylish, LED fans are included, Versatile drive configuration, Solid build quality, Unique carry handle, Cable management, USB 3.0, Rubber exterior, Portable
Summary: Caseking send us another mid-tower sized case to have a look at. Today's star is the Bitfenix Survivor Core case. At first glance it might look a bit dull and simplistic, but the Survivor Core case's looks can deceive. On the inside is where the real fun is at ! In the mood for something different ?
Summary: Now that we have a clearer notion of what exactly retail Survivor enclosures will look and behave like, I have no problem updating the recommendations from our original review.
If you don't work inside your PC very often but are an inveterate LAN gamer who requires a quiet, compact, and portable...
Excerpt: Even though they are a new company, BitFenix is made up of veterans of both the technology and gaming industries. The goal of BitFenix is to create hardware and peripherals that allow the end user the utmost control and provide strength and performance.
Summary: After all that poking and prodding inside the Survivor, I'm left with a bit of a mixed impression. On the one hand, BitFenix has succeeded in cramming in an impressive number of nice little features and additions, including the dual USB 3.0 ports, the S2 cable-locking scheme, the easy-to-use...