BitFenix Prodigy M Color Case Review

[section_title title=Introduction]Introduction

BitFenix is focused on combining the latest advances in hardware with superior design to offer their customers the best experience possible. One of their latest cases, the Pandora, not only features an elegant and slim design but it also has a programmable display called the BitFenix ICON that will allow users to change the logo on the front of the case to almost anything they want by using a simple software interface. The fun doesn’t stop there though, BitFenix also have a wide range of accessories and premium modding products including their Spectre PRO LED fans, Alchemy LED strips and their Alchemy Cables which will allow users to leave their builds looking cleaner and give off the impression they have a top-notch modular power supply even if they don’t.

Over the years BitFenix have given users a number of amazing PC chassis and one of the things I find most enjoyable is the fact they also have accessories for some of their chassis. For example, some of their cases come in windowed and non-windowed versions which is always nice but to top it all off, if you buy a non-windowed version and later decide you want the windowed, a lot of the time you can just buy the individual windowed side panel and replace just that one piece instead of having to buy a whole new case. Some of their cases also even have switchable front panels that can come in a number of different colour combinations allowing users to further customize their rigs without having to be a professional modder.

Today I will be taking a look at the Prodigy M Color, which as the name suggests, comes in a few different colour options. One of my favourite things about the Prodigy M color is the fact that it has the windowed side panel and different coloured front panels you can purchase separately. The Prodigy M Color is designed for m-ATX motherboards but can also of course accommodate m-ITX as well, giving users a couple of options depending on their specific needs. Even with its smaller size the Prodigy M color still has some great options available, for cooling you will be able to either install up to 5 fans or you could install a thing 240mm radiator in the top and/or a 120mm radiator in the rear. However, if data is more important to you than the Prodigy M Color offers room for up to 4 x 3.5″ hard drives or 5 x 2.5″ hard drives, quite impressive for its size.

Before we have a look at the technical specifications, let’s take a look at the unboxing video I did on an orange Prodigy M Color:


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