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    Default BitFenix Merc

    We're looking at the latest mid-tower chassis from BitFenix: the Merc. Perhaps the most alluring characteristic though, it the price of the Merc. At only $40, that's a killer price for a gamer case. We're cautiously optimistic, based on what we've seen from BitFenix before, so let's take a closer look at the Merc and find out if the successful trend continues.

    BitFenix Merc-bitfenix_merc_preview.jpg

    Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1413.html for the full review.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Nice case for $40! Great job on the review and photos Clay, Congrats!

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Nice case for $40

    I don't understand their thinking for the floopy drive.

    Great review Clay!

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Nice review, and for $40, that is a great looking case. Reminds me a bit of the CM Elite 430, but negates everything that was wrong with the 430. Solid low cost effort from Bit Fenix.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    very nice review love your cabling

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Thanks for the kind words guys, and thank you Jake for making this review readable by the general public! Lol.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    $40... great case priced awesome.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Such a deal for 40 Bucks.
    Good review too.
    The case is sleek and understated, not gaudy, and that's what I like.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    I don't get it. At 1st you say that there is insufficient room between the motherboard tray and side-panel, yet 2 paragraphs later you say that there's plenty of room. Which is it?
    You say the case isn't worth modding to add a side-panel window. Why? It's exactly the same as taking a cheap cpu and overclocking it to faster than stock speeds with a much more expensive cpu. From what I've experienced, most gamers are also modders. If you have a Dremel with a cutoff wheel you can easily cut out whatever size hole you want in the side-panel and then add a cheap plastic window with good quality double-sided tape rather easily and cheaply. Cutting holes in the plastic for fans is a little more difficult but certainly not hard.
    The 2 watercooling holes and gaskets in the back that you keep harping on? Have you never tried a fairly cheap Swiftech combination radiator and built in pump that bolts to the rear fan area? It certainly helps if you have a way to get the tubing into and out of the case! What are you thinking about?
    This is a very good way to cool your cpu and at least one video card in a mid-tower case. You can buy the radiator/pump set up with one to four fan radiators. A Very simple process, it works but isn't the least bit handsome.
    You can easily take this well built, yet cheap case and mod it into a very high-performance quite good-looking case if you just use your imagination, or go to the forums that have threads about case modding and use somebody elses imagination and explicit directions and photo's.
    I can't help but think that you really don't know much about cases and modding them. Maybe you should let someone else that's more experienced write these articles.
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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Quote Originally Posted by kzinti1 View Post
    I don't get it. At 1st you say that there is insufficient room between the motherboard tray and side-panel, yet 2 paragraphs later you say that there's plenty of room. Which is it?
    You say the case isn't worth modding to add a side-panel window. Why? It's exactly the same as taking a cheap cpu and overclocking it to faster than stock speeds with a much more expensive cpu. From what I've experienced, most gamers are also modders. If you have a Dremel with a cutoff wheel you can easily cut out whatever size hole you want in the side-panel and then add a cheap plastic window with good quality double-sided tape rather easily and cheaply. Cutting holes in the plastic for fans is a little more difficult but certainly not hard.
    The 2 watercooling holes and gaskets in the back that you keep harping on? Have you never tried a fairly cheap Swiftech combination radiator and built in pump that bolts to the rear fan area? It certainly helps if you have a way to get the tubing into and out of the case! What are you thinking about?
    This is a very good way to cool your cpu and at least one video card in a mid-tower case. You can buy the radiator/pump set up with one to four fan radiators. A Very simple process, it works but isn't the least bit handsome.
    You can easily take this well built, yet cheap case and mod it into a very high-performance quite good-looking case if you just use your imagination, or go to the forums that have threads about case modding and use somebody elses imagination and explicit directions and photo's.
    I can't help but think that you really don't know much about cases and modding them. Maybe you should let someone else that's more experienced write these articles.
    mellow out man LOL

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    If you don't like the article I wrote you can just as easily search google until you find a review that you like. This is my purely my opinion. If you disagree with the article, well.....that's your opinion

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Hi kzinti1,

    On the first paragraph regarding the side panel and motherboard tray room, it says: There's plenty of holes for good cable management opportunities. There isn't much of an offset distance between the motherboard tray and the side panel though, so don't expect serious cabling to happen back there.

    2 paragraphs down, it says: Cable management also has enough room behind the motherboard tray as well. Individually-sleeved power supply cables had no problems here, with no side panel bulging or snagging. You have about of clearance in the smallest spot behind the motherboard tray and 1-3/4 between the HDD rack and the side panel

    I've highlighted a few key words, and there isn't any contradiction in regards to the review. In the review, it does not state that it has insufficient room.

    For some people, the value of "worth" is different from everyone else's. Take it from this perspective: Is it worth it to tune/mod an old car, that's face value costs almost nothing? Or, is it worth it to tune/mod a new car that still has a high resale value? In this case, it's possible to mod this case, but some people don't think it's worth it to mod a sub $40 case.Reviews are done to give the reader another perspective of a product. Does a bad review mean it's a bad product? Maybe, it depends on how you look at it. Some features may pertain more to the reviewer than the reader.

    In any case, this review/perspective, may not have agreed with you. But you did take the review into your perspective and instead of saying the rubber grommets are useless​ you found a use for them.
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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    If you were to use a high wattage PSU from Enermax which uses very thick cables, especially the 24pin, you would run into problems with the space between the motherboard tray and side panel. Let me point out that this would happen with a lot of cases, not just the BitFenix MERC.

    If you do not mind spending money, the new CM Cosmos II Ultra that I reviewed has between 1 1/2 - 2" of space between the tray and side panel. If you were ro remove the plastic insert on the Cosmos II side panel, it would give you an additional 1" giving you close to 3" of space for cables.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    I personally liked the review. I had no issues with any portion of it.
    The case has a nice look as I see it.
    It's not gaudy, (something that I can't tolorate in a case) and it has plenty of features for a really good price.

    Thanks for the review Clay. I found it to be a good read.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Clay did an excellent job on the review, and BitFenix makes really great cases and fans, with fantastic prices on all their products.
    You can't go wrong buying a case from BitFenix, every case is very well made, plus they stand by their products.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Merc

    Agreed and thank you Doc! And you too Neil!

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