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BitFenix Reveal Their New Colossus SFF Chassis Range



/ 3 years ago

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Just 3 years ago, BitFenix launched it’s very first ground breaking case design – the Colossus Full Tower. Today they have announced their two brand new small form factor (SFF) designs that are inspired by the original Colossus, the Colossus Micro-ATX and Colossus Mini-ITX.

The new chassis features a stunning futuristic design, with BitFenix LiteTrak Technology, a nice buzz world for some sleek multi-mode LED lighting that gives the chassis a unique look thanks to its pulse effects and choice of three colours.

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Gamers can celebrate too as the new chassis bring support of long graphics cards and up to 240mm water cooling radiators. Flexible storage allows room for plenty of hard drives and SSD drives thanks to the BitFenix FlexCage, a modular system that can be completely removed if not needed, something I’m sure the modding community will love very much.

USB 3.0 support, BitFenix SofTouch Surface Treatment, cable management and airfilters are included too and will make this a great addition to the current BitFenix SFF series that also contains the popular Prodigy and Phenom chassis.

Thank you BitFenix for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of BitFenix.

 


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  • Lewis SwishBang Osborne

    Do want. Bit worried about it getting hot though. Would have to invest in some serious cooling.

    • faaaaq

      I dont think it will be bad. Typical cases get hot when the air lingers and doesnt vent properly. a decent intake and exhaust fan combo should be adequate for all but the highly OC’d rigs. I have one of the old Bitfenix cases (that kinda look like an iMac im told…) and even with my card OCed like crazy, stock CPU cooler, and one case fan, temps are quite good.

  • Lewis SwishBang Osborne

    Do want. Bit worried about it getting hot though. Would have to invest in some serious cooling.

  • Skidmarks

    SFF cases called ‘Colossus’. Now which genius thought of that?