First of all I would like to thank BitFenix for sending these out to me for review!
I was looking forward to see what BitFenix could offer me for review and despite being slightly disheartened to be receiving a £30 case, reflecting back, I couldn’t be happier – hopefully this review will convey my thoughts on what seems like a cheap PC case, but in fact turns out to be an extremely versatile and well-performing PC case!
Before getting into it – see my video review and full build video, which showcases me disassembling my mother’s old PC, the Fractal Core 1000 (which comes in at the same price bracket) and then transferring the parts to the new BitFenix Neos (Windowed, black and silver version):
Here’s some purchase information for you:
I was sent the Neos, the Alchemy LED strips and a black window panel for the case
–AmazonUK link to the Neos case
–OverclockersUK link to the Neos case
–AmazonUK link to the BitFenix Alchemy LED Strip
–OverclockersUK link to the BitFenix Alchemy LED Strip
–AmazonUSA link to the case
–AmazonUSA link to Alchemy LED Strip
Now let’s get into this written review!