BitFenix Prodigy M

  • BitFenix Prodigy M
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The BitFenix Prodigy M is a gaming-oriented Micro ATX and Mini-ITX case. It features the same SofTouch surface treatment as its predecessor as well as FyberFlex handles. The Prodigy M supports four 3.5" bays or five 2.5" bays, the Power Supply connects with a unique cable (provided) to route the PSU to the front of the case. Last but not least, 120mm and slim 240mm water cooling radiators are supported.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Hi Tech Legion on -

The BitFenix Prodigy M features a unique design and is well suited for a compact build for bringing to LAN parties or for hooking up to your entertainment center. It is designed with total flexibility in mind and has numerous cooling configurations...

By Expert Reviews on 100

One of the best compact cases you can buy, and very reasonably priced,...

By Pureoverclock on 100

I am not sure if BitFenix intended for it to be so, but the Prodigy M has deemed the original obsolete. You now have the same small footprint, better cable routing, better cooling options, better drive locations and the ability to install mini ITX and...

By BenchmarkReviews on 91

I think BitFenix deserves a Gold Tachometer award for the Prodigy M. The original Prodigy became a benchmark for the type of performance you could pack in a small enclosure, and the Prodigy M continues the tradition for micro-ATX.

By eTeknix on 85

I still think the original Prodigy is better, despite its smaller motherboard support. If you really want a mATX Prodigy then you’ll love this case, but I can’t help but wonder that BitFenix should have made the case bigger to accommodate such a build.

By Overclock3D on 90

This isn't going to be one of our massively long conclusions. The exterior of the Prodigy has had plenty of exposure since the release of the original Mini-ITX version all those moons ago, and it's fair to say we love it here at OC3D. It's a great...

By techradar.com/au/ on 90

There's no doubting the striking looks of the BitFenix Prodigy owe more than a little to the serious, brushed aluminium stylings of the Mac G5. The over-and-under looped handles are a dead giveaway, aren't they?That, though, is over-simplifying things a...

International Review By Hardware.Info on -

Waren we over de Prodigy van Bitfenix erg te spreken, dat is niet het geval voor de Prodigy M. Weliswaar heeft Bitfenix door een originele indeling ruimte voor redelijk wat onderdelen, inclusief een opstelling met twee videokaarten, weten te creëren,...

International Review By insidehardware.it on 90

Subito dopo la sua presentazione al Computex 2012, Prodigy ha fatto molto parlare di sè, divenendo il cabinet Mini ITX di riferimento per quei gamer e quegli utenti appassionati interessati a realizzare un sistema compatto, ma dall'elevate prestazioni e...

International Review By modding.fr on -

Nous voilà arrivés au terme de ce test, le bilan est, comme souvent (pour ne pas dire toujours) avec du matériel Bitfenix, plutôt positif. Cependant je m'interroge sur l'absence d'une source d'air frais, c'est la carte mère qui en fait les frais (si je...

International Review By SweClockers on 95

Det har gått över ett år sedan taiwanesiska Bitfenix introducerade den unika minstingen Prodigy. Modellen blev snabbt en succé tack vare gott om plats samt en väldigt attraktiv prislapp. Det finns dock en ganska stor skara som...

International Review By Radeon3D on -

BitFenix ist bekannt für seine Vielzahl von ATX Gehäusen, nun kommt das erste Case für Mini-ITX Mainboards auf dem Markt. Unter dem Namen Prodigy (englisches Wort für "Wunderkind") soll das Gehäuse sich einen Namen im Bereich Mini-ITX machen. Mit bis...