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BitFenix Introduces the Survivor White PC Chassis

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    Today, BitFenix is pleased to introduce Survivor White - a portable mid-tower ATX gaming chassis in a new white color that combines elegant styling with ruggedized features engineered for the mobile digital warrior. In continuation with our latest white accessories such as the Recon fan controller and Spectre Pro LED fans, Survivor White blends elegant aesthetics with high performance.

    Like the classic Survivor, the case maintains all of its classic aesthetics including the uniquely curved design that helps to protect Survivor White and the hardware inside during transportation. Proprietary BitFenix SofTouch surface treatment helps protect it from stains and scratches, while the Blue LED BitFenix logo adorning the front of the case offers a subtle look that users can turn also on and off at a press of a button.

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    Sliding open the stealthy I/O panel the cover open reveals the LED on/off controls compatible with BitFenix Spectre LED fan light and Spectre Pro, audio jacks, power and reset buttons, an eSATA port, two USB 2.0 ports, and two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports.

    Survivor White features a hideaway carry handle that locks into place when you need mobility, and easily folds down when you don't. The removable hard drive cage wall accommodates extra-long graphics when removed or up to seven 2.5" SSD drives or six 3.5" hard disks when intact. And to keep things cool, space for up to two 200 mm fans or three 120 mm fans is included as well.

    Survivor White also includes the BitFenix S2 peripheral security and cable management device to keep your peripherals under lock and key. The CPU cooler cutout on the motherboard tray makes changing coolers a breeze, and specially-designed motherboard standoffs, internal cable management, and a tool-free design are a godsend for PC do-it-yourselfers. Finally, the included dust filters on all air intakes help keep Survivor clean on the inside.

    Survivor White will be available on retail shelves at the end of November for a suggest retail price of 99€ (incl. 19% VAT) and $109.
     
  2. Frick

    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    That handle looks horrible.
     
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    I think it's the gun mount on droids in Star Wars Knights Of The Old Republic

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    Looks good with it folded down though. Nice minimalistic design. Large opening on the backplate for access to the cooler mount, that is something i really want in my current case. Good bang for your buck, too.

    But what is a "gaming chassis"?
     
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    White is the new black now? Ok then.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    F' yeah! has been for about a year almost, lots of white cases, PSUs, and other stuff, too!

    I'd actually like to see other colours as well, but I have a feeling that coloured cases don't sell too well.

    I've always kinda liked this case in particular since it's so simple and affordable, but has all the basics you need, too. Fitting under that $100 price line is key, for me, and BitFenix has quite a few cases that fit that bill.
     
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    I like! Very much!
     
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    cadaveca says thanks.
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    The white to your black :laugh: Frick antithesis!
     
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    The whole thing looks horrible.
     
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    its an oversized router...
     
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    I agree but it's not like you have to leave the handle in the carrying position.
     
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    I wish BitFenix would design an mATX version of their Prodigy model.

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    handle looks awkward. but i guess it serves a purpose.

    looks good. kinda like the old days when you(i was too young lol) had curved edges. reminds me of apple for some reason
     

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