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NCIX: http://bit.ly/16BPkHL
Amazon: http://geni.us/MpKoT

 

So below is pretty much a copy of Bitfenix's product marketing for this case:
 
Reimagined with micro ATX compatibility, Prodigy M enables users to install multiple expansion cards while maintaining the same compact dimensions and sleek look of the original Prodigy. Suspended with two FyberFlex Composite handles for shock absorption, Prodigy M can be easily transported to the next room or to the next LAN party. The inside is incredibly flexible, offering space for SLI or Crossfire dual graphics technology, up to four 3.5" hard drives or five 2.5" SSDs, and even space for slim 240mm radiators. A magnetic heat shield is also included should you decide to fill the bottom with hard drives rather than fans. With BitFenix SofTouch Surface Treatment, a massive CPU cooler cutout, and rolled-edge cable pass-throughs, the small case that does it all returns with a vengeance.

Features
 

Full MATX Compatibility

matx_compatibility.jpg

You asked, we delivered. Prodigy M now features full compatibility with micro-ATX motherboards, all while maintaining the same compact dimensions as the original award-winning Prodigy. Featuring an all-new layout, Prodigy M is truly flexibility reimagined.
 

Sleek and Compact

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One thing that hasn't changed is the sleek and clean look of the original Prodigy. Sporting two exquisitely crafted handles that suspend the body, Prodigy M has the same modern yet elegant styling that made the original the small form factor case of choice for PC enthusiasts the world over.

 

Tremendous Flexibility
 
tremendous_flexibility.jpg

Of course, Prodigy M couldn't carry the Prodigy name without the flexibility to match. Aside from both micro ATX and mini-ITX compatibility, Prodigy M can be configured with up to four 3.5" HDDs or five 2.5" SSDs for excellent storage potential. Adding in a micro ATX motherboard gives you up to four expansion slots, perfect for additional expansion cards, or even SLI and Crossfire dual graphics capability.

 

Multiple Cooling Options
 
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To keep things running frosty, Prodigy M can be outfitted with up to five fans for maximum cooling. Bolt a thin 240mm radiator on top, or perhaps a 120mm radiator on the rear. With the roomy interior, even tower CPU coolers up to 160mm will fit with ease. No matter how you prefer to cool your system, Prodigy M has you covered.

 

FyberFlex™ Composite Technology
 
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Like the original, both the top and bottom handles of Prodigy M are made from BitFenix FyberFlex™ Composite - a revolutionary material that is not only flexible, but incredibly strong. Fastened on both the top and bottom of the chassis, these handles are a convenient way to carry Prodigy, while providing added shock absorption during transport.

 

Easy to Build In
 
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To reduce the amount of fiddling with hardware to a minimum, Prodigy M comes with user-friendly installation features such as a massive CPU cooler cutout to make swapping coolers a snap. Not using fans on the bottom? Use the included magnetic heat shield to prevent warm air from re-entering the case. Finally, anti-vibration pads help further reduce errant noise from working hard drives.

 

BitFenix Quality
 
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Rife with special touches, Prodigy M is a BitFenix chassis through and through. Coated with SofTouch™ Surface Treatment, Prodigy M's FyberFlex handles feel soft and smooth to the touch. A luxuriously coated interior, a brushed aluminum BitFenix logo, and rolled-edge cable pass-throughs ensure a quality experience you've come to expect from BitFenix.

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I love the original and I'm sure the updated case will receive the same feedback.  ^_^


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I love the looks of the Prodigy!

I have the feeling that it this will be very popular because of the mATX form factor.

 

EDIT: The NCIX link links to the Corsair 750D :ph34r:

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Man I want and don't want it at the same time.


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I wish this case came sooner so that I could have built my friend's PC with this one instead of the mini ITX one.

 

Linus! The NCIX link is not right. It links to a Corsair 750D.  :o

 

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Sorry,

Tried copy-pasting the link, it works.

Don't click it


Good enough.

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So much want.


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more yummy cases YAY!!


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Haha, woops. Linking the 750D at NCIX. 
And over at Amazon they don't sell the Prodigy M yet.


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Pre-ordered mine. Just waiting..... AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH


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Upside down motherboard, no thanks

You can always re-invert it~

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I knew this wasn't a Mini-ITX case. Someone at Bitfenix needs to learn more about what REAL ITX cases look like. ie EVGA Hadron Air.

*facepalm*

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NCIX: http://bit.ly/16BPkHL

Amazon: http://amzn.to/1h4r6vB

 

So below is pretty much a copy of Bitfenix's product marketing for this case:

 

Reimagined with micro ATX compatibility, Prodigy M enables users to install multiple expansion cards while maintaining the same compact dimensions and sleek look of the original Prodigy. Suspended with two FyberFlex Composite handles for shock absorption, Prodigy M can be easily transported to the next room or to the next LAN party. The inside is incredibly flexible, offering space for SLI or Crossfire dual graphics technology, up to four 3.5" hard drives or five 2.5" SSDs, and even space for slim 240mm radiators. A magnetic heat shield is also included should you decide to fill the bottom with hard drives rather than fans. With BitFenix SofTouch Surface Treatment, a massive CPU cooler cutout, and rolled-edge cable pass-throughs, the small case that does it all returns with a vengeance.

Features

 

Full MATX Compatibility

matx_compatibility.jpg

You asked, we delivered. Prodigy M now features full compatibility with micro-ATX motherboards, all while maintaining the same compact dimensions as the original award-winning Prodigy. Featuring an all-new layout, Prodigy M is truly flexibility reimagined.

 

Sleek and Compact

sleek_and_compact.jpg?1

One thing that hasn't changed is the sleek and clean look of the original Prodigy. Sporting two exquisitely crafted handles that suspend the body, Prodigy M has the same modern yet elegant styling that made the original the small form factor case of choice for PC enthusiasts the world over.

 

Tremendous Flexibility

 

tremendous_flexibility.jpg

Of course, Prodigy M couldn't carry the Prodigy name without the flexibility to match. Aside from both micro ATX and mini-ITX compatibility, Prodigy M can be configured with up to four 3.5" HDDs or five 2.5" SSDs for excellent storage potential. Adding in a micro ATX motherboard gives you up to four expansion slots, perfect for additional expansion cards, or even SLI and Crossfire dual graphics capability.

 

Multiple Cooling Options

 

multiple_cooling_options.jpg

To keep things running frosty, Prodigy M can be outfitted with up to five fans for maximum cooling. Bolt a thin 240mm radiator on top, or perhaps a 120mm radiator on the rear. With the roomy interior, even tower CPU coolers up to 160mm will fit with ease. No matter how you prefer to cool your system, Prodigy M has you covered.

 

FyberFlex™ Composite Technology

 

fyberflex_composite.jpg?1

Like the original, both the top and bottom handles of Prodigy M are made from BitFenix FyberFlex™ Composite - a revolutionary material that is not only flexible, but incredibly strong. Fastened on both the top and bottom of the chassis, these handles are a convenient way to carry Prodigy, while providing added shock absorption during transport.

 

Easy to Build In

 

easy_to_build_in.jpg?1

To reduce the amount of fiddling with hardware to a minimum, Prodigy M comes with user-friendly installation features such as a massive CPU cooler cutout to make swapping coolers a snap. Not using fans on the bottom? Use the included magnetic heat shield to prevent warm air from re-entering the case. Finally, anti-vibration pads help further reduce errant noise from working hard drives.

 

BitFenix Quality

 

bitfenix_quality.jpg

Rife with special touches, Prodigy M is a BitFenix chassis through and through. Coated with SofTouch™ Surface Treatment, Prodigy M's FyberFlex handles feel soft and smooth to the touch. A luxuriously coated interior, a brushed aluminum BitFenix logo, and rolled-edge cable pass-throughs ensure a quality experience you've come to expect from BitFenix.

 

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I feel it very annoying, the drive bay on the front ready for an optical drive is right where I wanted to install a dual radiator. I love this case, it's aesthetically pleasing, it comes in two stunning colour designs, but it has mediocre airflow potential. When I look at mini ITX or micro ATX cases, I expect great airflow or cooling options because of the fact that you may be generating lots of heat in a small space.

 

But hey, I might be totally wrong, these problems might only be for my plans and the ways I normally see a PC. Feel free to tell me how you can use this case in good gaming builds, because I'd love to use a case like this.

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I feel it very annoying, the drive bay on the front ready for an optical drive is right where I wanted to install a dual radiator. I love this case, it's aesthetically pleasing, it comes in two stunning colour designs, but it has mediocre airflow potential. When I look at mini ITX or micro ATX cases, I expect great airflow or cooling options because of the fact that you may be generating lots of heat in a small space.

But hey, I might be totally wrong, these problems might only be for my plans and the ways I normally see a PC. Feel free to tell me how you can use this case in good gaming builds, because I'd love to use a case like this.

Blower style graphics cards and aio cpu cooling is really the only way to get high performance at decent temps out of an itx case.

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