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240 mm radiator support.
Plenty of space for large tower coolers up to 175 mm.
Long GPUs will fit up to 310 mm.
FyberFlex carrying handles for easy transport.
Can hold loads of HDDs.
Available in black.
Not enough screws.
FyberFlex makes the case wobble a bit.
No feet on the underside.
Tight PSU bay.
Not the most compact MiniITX chassis out there.
By TweakTown on March 25, 2013
5 days, 12 hours ago When I used to LAN regularly, I was at a time in my life when I had multiple systems. I used to have one decent high-end system and a Shuttle system. The Shuttle system was great for portability, but hardware at the...-
By Hardware Canucks on November 07, 2012
BitFenix’s Prodigy may only be large enough to fit an ITX motherboard but it targets the enthusiast community by offering enough internal space for multiple water cooling radiators and high end graphics cards. This is a unique case but is there...-
By Rbmods.com on October 28, 2012
All in all the Bitfenix Prodigy is an interesting case. It offers many nice features which are rarely found in mini-itx sized cases. It has enough space for high end components, enough HDD slots for fileservers and it looks absolutely astonishing....-
By bjorn3d.com on October 19, 2012
The BitFenix Prodigy is an all-around great small form factor case that provides plenty of expansion for storage, cooling, and space for high-end hardware. The modular design also makes it one of the easiest cases to install despite its small size. It...95
By Bit-tech.net on September 06, 2012
With performance and flexibility like this, it's difficult not to recommend the Prodigy unequivocally. It has more water-cooling support than many cases twice its size, great air cooling too in its category, and its price tag is extremely reasonable...90
By uk.hardware.info on September 06, 2012
The Bitfenix Prodigy is a different chassis, in a good way. Bitfenix tried a different approach to the mini-ITX form factor, something we can only applaud in an otherwise conservative market. We also like the many different possibilities you get with...-
By Hardware Secrets on August 24, 2012
We were extremely impressed with the Bitfenix Prodigy, as it is small, yet allows you to build a high-end PC. The overall quality is top-notch and its price couldn’t be better.Strong PointsOutstanding overall quality, with rubberized...-
By TechRadar on August 16, 2012
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...90
By TweakTown on August 03, 2012
Any way I can think of to detract or nitpick at the Prodigy, I come up empty. There is a noise issue with my specific video card I chose because the fan rests right on the tiny holes on the left panel and causes a whistle. Had I used any standard two...97
By eTeknix on August 02, 2012
This week we've been taking a look at the very stylish Prodigy chassis from Bitfenix, which as some of you will know is causing somewhat of a storm in the mini-itx category at the moment, with stock of this item seemly in high demand where ever you...-