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    Default BitFenix Prodigy M

    The desktop PC has evolved into a platform for enthusiasts and modders to cram as much gear into a case as they can. Sometimes it is just not practical for taking to a LAN or using as an HTPC due to the size and weight of a custom PC. There has been a concerted effort by some case manufacturers to reduce the footprint of the desktop without leaving the features of a larger chassis behind. We all have grown spoiled to the conveniences of cable routing, drive bays and countless cooling options. This is where the ingenuity and innovation of BitFenix comes into play. BitFenfix, the creator of the popular mini ITX Prodigy case is looking to fill a gap in the small form factor market. Many complained the original Prodigy did not support the larger micro ATX board and felt left out. The Prodigy M with full support for micro ATX and mini ITX boards is said to offer the same flexibility and style of the original Prodigy case with the same small footprint. Let's take a look into how BitFenix pulled this off.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Prodigy M

    Nice review Sandy. I rather liked this layout for mITX as well actually, just wish BitFenix would STAHP with the reskinning of the same chassis across a bajillion different skins with little to nothing changed internally.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Prodigy M

    Great review Sandy of a nice case thanks for posting

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    Default Re: BitFenix Prodigy M

    Nice Review Sandy.As you know I am not to keen on a small case.But it is a nice one.

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    Great Review Mr Coco Lee!

    I see some very familiar parts! lolz

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    Default Re: BitFenix Prodigy M

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Nice Review Sandy.As you know I am not to keen on a small case.But it is a nice one.
    Yeah i have avoided tiny cases for a long time. I have to say this one is small but still big enough that I could get everything I wanted in it. So I was happy.


    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Great Review Mr Coco Lee!

    I see some very familiar parts! lolz
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    Default Re: BitFenix Prodigy M

    pretty indepth coverage there, great review and a pretty nice little build. My clumsy mits would have a tough time in that small of a space but I do still like this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcapncaveman View Post
    pretty indepth coverage there, great review and a pretty nice little build. My clumsy mits would have a tough time in that small of a space but I do still like this case.
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    Great review, nice little case. Very acceptable price.
    Thanks Mr. Coco Lee.
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    good review Sandy and nice case!
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    good review Sandy and nice case!
    Thanks Tee. Im considering keeping it up and running just like this and take back my other pc from my wife. using it as a htpc. Nahh its too nice for that lol


    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Great review, nice little case. Very acceptable price.
    Thanks Mr. Coco Lee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Really? You little sh*t lol Dont join in with Kenny! Dont they have an icon for the middle finger?

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