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BitFenix Prodigy Review – The late submitted mITX housing
The BitFenix Prodigy housing’s been a long time on the market, but is still a very popular choice among tweakers who want a mITX housing. It is a very practical ITX enclosure, which still has a few flaws. The Prodigy Although cools fine, but it puts a fairly high noise opposite. The paper clips are handy, but they are sharp and make the case unstable. The price is on the high side.
Plenty of space for cooling
Place for nine drives
Tweakers zegt: 7,5
Price at time of publication: € 70, –
Available from: € 69.95
Tested version: BitFenix Prodigy Black
The BitFenix Prodigy housing’s been a long time on the market, but is still a very popular choice among tweakers who want a mITX housing. We asked to send us this BitFenix Prodigy, so we could take him in our round-up of mITX enclosures in December 2015, but the company delivered the sample to be late. Therefore, we still wrote a short review of this case, in which we compare the performance with that of the previously tested mITX boxes.
BitFenix Prodigy has reused the chassis of its Phenom housing, or the other way round: the Prodigy was for the Phenom. Anyway, both housings have an identical chassis, with a different layout and some different fronts and other external features. The side panels are identical and interchangeable, including the somewhat awkward side of the front panel connectors.Viewing:-150
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