The new Raider case from BitFenix is supposedly the world's first to feature four SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports right on top of the chassis, the company claims, and until we can prove otherwise, we'll go ahead and take BitFenix's word for it. "Aggressive cooling" was another focus point when designing the Raider mid-tower case, and it sports no less than three premium BitFenix Spectra fans with sickle-shaped fan blades and low noise operation.
BitFenix gave the Raider chassis the same SofTouch Surface Treatment (rubberized coating similar to what you find on many Android phones) that's been a styling signature of prior cases. On the inside, the Raider supports up to four 5.25-inch drives, six 3.5-inch drives, and seven 2.5-inch devices. One of the drive cages is removable so you can install elongated graphics cards.
Remaining bullet points include tool-free installation, large CPU cooler cutout, rubber grommets, mesh PCI slot covers, all black interior, and cable management features. The Raider will be available in December for $89.
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