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BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX Chassis Review

Taking the sides off the case we were pleasantly surprised to see the large number of 3.5″ bays that this case can accommodate. They have also compartmentalised the power supply allowing the user to mount the motherboard on top, making the best use of the space.

Looking more closely, we can see there are 2x 120mm fans included, one at the front and one at the back.

The front fan space is actually large enough to accommodate an impressive 230mm fan (something we saw on the large BitFenix Shinobi XL).

The 5.25 inch drive bay is removable so that you can:

a) put a second 120 mm fan in the front. The two metal plates in the contents box with the holes in them are intended to be used for such a configuration (removed 5.25 inch bay + second 120 mm fan in front)

b) put a 240 mm, thick radiator with fans in the ceiling

The rear fan space can also be upgraded to a 140mm fan, offering impressive airflow through such a small chassis design.

The top of the case features another dust filter, but beneath it we found that 2x 120mm fans could also be fitted, showing this case has a lot of potential in terms of thermal performance.

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