XFX Type-01 Series Bravo Edition PC Case Review 2

[section_title title=Introduction]Introduction

XFX is a well-known name in the computer hardware industry for their line-up of graphics cards and while XFX now focuses on AMD GPU’s they also used to make NVIDIA based cards as well. If graphics cards don’t tickle your fancy, then XFX also offer a small range of power supplies and they even have a couple of PC Cases that are rather large. XFX was founded back in 1989 and is a division of PINE Technology Holdings Limited which is a leading manufacturer and marketer of gaming technologies. It is easy to see why XFX has managed to stay around for so long and with the new AMD 300 series GPU’s on their way, it will be interesting to see what XFX will have to offer.

Today I will be taking a look at one of the XFX cases by way of the Type-01 Bravo, which will be known as the Bravo from here on out in this review. The Bravo is a rather large case with a unique design. It features room for up to 8 fans and has a one of a kind ventilation system, even having vents on both of the side panels which is something I’ve yet to see from another case manufacturer. The front of the Bravo features three 5.25″ drive bays and power/reset buttons that blend in with the overall design and go almost unseen unless really looking for them. It is easy to see XFX put a lot of thought into the Bravo and it looks like they have done a great job, at least as far as the aesthetics go.

Before we get into the review let’s see a bit more about XFX:

XFX dares to go where the competition would like to, but can’t. That’s because, at XFX, we don’t just create great digital video components—we build all-out, mind-blowing, performance-crushing, competition-obliterating video cards, power supplies, and computer accessories. And, not only are they amazing, you don’t have to live on dry noodles and peanut butter to afford them.  – See more at http://xfxforce.com/en-us/about-xfx#sthash.XqrPCWv4.dpuf


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