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BitFenix Mini-ITX Tower Case Without Power Supply, Arctic White BFC-PRO-300-WWXKW-RP
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- Case Type: Mini-ITX Tower, Side Windows: No
- Material: Steel, Plastic
- M/B Type: Mini-ITX
- External: 1x 5.25 Inches, Internal: 5x 3.5 Inches (3+2 modular), 9x 2.5 Inches
- Expansion Slots: 2x PCI Slots
- Front I/O Panel: 2x USB 3.0 Ports, HD Audio
- Fan: 5, 120mm
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|Dimensions||14.13 inches x 9.84 inches x 15.91 inches||16 inches x 14.14 inches x 9.85 inches||16.5 inches x 12 inches x 18 inches||17.3 inches x 17.7 inches x 14.3 inches|
|Item Weight||11.02 pounds||13.67 pounds||13.23 pounds||Information not provided|
|Material||Steel, Plastic||Steel, Plastic||Steel||steel and plastic|
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TLDR version: This is a well thought out, well laid out, capacious, and all around solid vehicle for a mini-itx build all enclosed in a beautiful designed chassis. Plus it's under a 100 bucks. Very good deal IMO. Get it!
It has a nice rubberized finish. Which makes it less prone to fingerprints and smudges. It's small, but not so small that it doesn't have enough room. It's also not overly "flashy" like some of the cases on the market now. I was happy to see two removable dust filters. One on the top of the case. And one on the bottom under the PSU Bay. It has just enough room if you're building a gaming rig. You will need to remove the top drive cage if installing a graphics card longer than the length of a mini itx motherboard. If you're using a smaller graphics card or onboard video, you can leave the top drive cage in and gain 3 more bays. There is also mounting points for two solid state drives on the right side panel. Overall, it's a decent case.
My cons aren't because of the case itself, (Except for one minor thing to keep in mind. I'll get to that later.), but the workmanship involved in assembling it in the factory. When I received the case, the tabs that hold the top and bottom rubberized plastic pieces on were broken. The screws were over tightened. It's definitely an issue with the way it was assembled. The screws also fell out of the bracket that holds the USB 3.0 ports on the right side panel. The case was scratched terribly on the inside. You won't see it, but it's there. The side panel was also slightly scratched and didn't have any protective plastic over it. Someone was extremely rough with it when it was assembled. You expect maybe a few imperfections. But this was just negligence.
The minor issue I have with the case itself is the handles. This case is small and is geared towards being potable. If you plan on using this for LAN parties, DO NOT lift or carry it by the handles on top.Read more ›
I didn't look too closely at the specs of the case though, I had been thinking it'd be smaller than it really is, due it being a Mini-ITX case and all. However it's definitely not large either, but it does have more than ample expansion inside for a full size optical drive and several hard drives (more space than I really need too!)
One very minor gripe is that the bottom "handles" have no rubber feet, so the case slides too easily on my desk. Also I think the handles have too much flex to them, but they do seem strong.
And, personal taste preference here, I think the power and reset buttons and USB ports should have been on the front of the unit, not the side.
And just one more gripe regarding the LEDs...I wished they had gone with dim white LEDs instead of the overly bright blue ones. There was time, just over a decade ago, that blue LEDs were the IN thing since the nano-tech to make them was brand new (I remember reading a Sci-Am article about them), but these days they're just obnoxious. White or true green, or at least adjustable brightness please!
Other than those criticisms, the case is quite nice, it has a unique rubberized texture, plenty of ventilation, plenty of room inside to work with. I'm not using one, but there's more than enough room to use a water-cooling HSF for the CPU.
First, QUALITY. The HDD trays are extremely flimsy and you will spend at least 15min per drive fighting to get each rubber grommet to stay on each mounting pin. The paint, while beautiful in shade, is extremely variable. Edges (including those visible on the outside) were rough and flaky on both towers I received. It looked like numerous edges were covered in dust and hair and simply painted over. Then, the soft handles... I didn't mind that they were flexible and not braced with a metal or plastic core. What I did mind is that every single mounting point was broken. That is, all 8 of the points where the soft rubber screws to the metal frame were broken off or cracked and about to fall off, because the mounting points are made of the same flimsy material as the handles. This is a big deal when you're invited to pick up the entire weight of the case/system by these handles, and when the bottom ones are supposed to hold the weight of your expensive system 24/7. I understand shipping could be to blame, but my box was sealed and in good shape. And if the case can't survive being packaged in Styrofoam, I have little confidence in its ability to last me very long.
Second, shipping... Both cases I received had their drive trays broken loose inside the drive cage. The trays are left inside the drive racks for shipping rather than boxed/secured.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a good case. Really nice looking. BUT I would tell everyone to get the micro atx version because that version has better upgradeability because of a larger motherboard. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lorenzo S.
The case legs are extremely flimsy and prone to stress breakage, even without extra weight. Five of eight clips holding the case legs in place were fractured, three on the bottom... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Steve G.
Some of the older reviews mention trouble with the power supply and the back plate. Well it appears that BitFenix listened because my case had a large cut out were the two 2. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Aaron McClure
This case looks awesome, but the handles are made of flexible plastic, so it's a little unstable. Comes with two large case fans, so you'll likely need a power splitter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Papa Bear
I really like this case. I was able to install a full size GTX 780 graphics card in this case and it provides plenty of ventilation for all the other components. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joshua K.
It's a decent case but nothing spectacular. The bottom and top handles are flimsy, I thought they would be solid plastic. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert
This case is pretty nice and compact for areas where you may need a smaller footprint computer to be placed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by B