BitFenix Prodigy Pro Reviews
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BitFenix Prodigy Reviews10
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|Cowcotland||---||Feb 01 '13|
|eTeknix.com||---||Aug 02 '12|
|Hardware.Info||---||Sep 06 '12|
|HardwareCanucks||---||Nov 06 '12|
|Hardwareoverclock Austria||---||Aug 16 '12|
|KitGuru||---||Jun 20 '12|
|NikKTech||---||Dec 13 '12|
|Overclock3D.Net||---||May 25 '12|
|Pro-Clockers.com||---||Sep 19 '12|
|techPowerUp!||9.5/10||Jun 25 '12|
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"I have already started a personal build with a BitFenix Prodigy, stripping out all the hard drive and optical bays, making maximum room for airflow, something I’ll be sure to post up more details about in our forums some time in the near future, which is one of the reasons why I am awarding the Prodigy our Editors Choice award, I personally recommend this chassis to anyone looking for high performance, style and build quality, all within a fantastic price point of around £70. BitFenix have proven that great things can come from the M-ITX form factor, now that we have motherboard manufacturers bringing out boards like the Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe, the M-ITX market has just got exciting again."
"It's likely that the chassis would perform better with a 14 cm outtake fan and two 12 cm or a single 23 cm fan, without the top hard disk cage. We only test chassis the way they come, however, and it was Bitfenix's choice to configure it this way. That being said, the Bitfenix Prodigy has excellent build quality, lots of upgrade possibilities, many configuration options and a very reasonable price. It's enough for the Hardware.Info Bronze Award."
"BitFenix promises their tiny case will appeal to enthusiasts who want high performance systems and while that may sound like the ultimate oxymoron, the Prodigy may actually be one of the few cases that is laser targeted at a given demographic. It is highly versatile, boasts great aesthetics and most importantly, retails for only $80."
"A fantastic design at a very competitive price point."
"It's not the perfect mini-ITX PC Case and there are quite a few out there featuring better overall build quality but lack most of its features (most noticeably the 240mm radiator/230mm fan spaces) and cost a lot more so in the end the Prodigy offers the best bang for your buck and that's why it receives our Golden Award."