The BitFenix Prodigy is back. Today, the BitFenix Prodigy M 2022 launches, retaining the iconic, cube-like design, while also mixing in some new features, delivering an easy to use case for anyone looking to put together a Mini-ITX or Micro-ATX system.
On the outside, not much has changed from previous Prodigy cases. Instead, BitFenix has made subtle improvements, such as the inclusion of new FyberFlex handles and feet, which have a strengthened design, with a 1mm thick metal to keep the chassis rigid and free from deforming. The old windowed side panel has also been swapped out with a 4mm thick tempered glass window, allowing users to better display their build.
The BitFenix Prodigy M 2022 is available in black and white – there is also a version with ARGB LEDs and an RGB fan included. Across the line-up, each case has a honeycomb mesh front panel and mesh on the top panel for improved airflow. In the roof of the case, users can fit up to a 280mm radiator, or you can put a 120mm AIO in the exhaust fan spot.
The case supports Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX motherboards. The motherboard tray is vertical, with HDD and SSD mounting points located behind the motherboard tray. The case has clearance for GPUs up to 339mm long and CPU coolers up to 190mm tall. The case comes with two GPU mounting points, a two-slot vertical mount, or a horizontal mount at the top of the case.
The BitFenix Prodigy M2 2022 is available starting from today for £85.99, or £104.99 for the ARGB version at Overclockers UK.
KitGuru Says: The BitFenix Prodigy is back in new and improved form. Are any of you thinking about building a small form factor rig this year?