Bitfenix Neos Mid Tower Case Review

September 18, 2014 in Cases, Enclosures, Review

 

Belly & Back

Time to take a look at the belly of the beast. Well literally it’s the case’s belly.

There are four feet for the Neos that elevate the case from the floor. The feet are nice, and sturdy. You won’t have to worry about it sliding here, and there. Also present is a removable dust filter for the PSU.

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The rear of the case features standard options you will find on most chassis. You have a cut out for the PSU, and I/O shield, two pass throughs with grommets attached, seven expansion slots, and a bracket which hides the screws for any expansion device you place in the case for a cleaner look. You will need to remove the bracket to get to the mounting screw holes. In staying within the ease of use theme of the case, the bracket comes off, and and can be placed back on very…well easily. A little pull, and Voila! It’s off. A little push, and Voila! Again it’s back on.

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