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BitFenix Prodigy BFC-PRO-300-OOXKO-RP Atomic Orange Steel / Plastic Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case

  • Steel / Plastic Mini-ITX Tower
  • USB 3.0 x 2, HD Audio Front Ports
  • 1 (removable) External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 5 (3 + 2 modular) Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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Prodigy Fire Red and Atomic Orange

BitFenix Prodigy is meticulously crafted and beautifully engineered, redefining the Mini-ITX chassis. The compact housing is suspended by handles made with BitFenix FyberFlex Composite for easy portability and maximum shock absorption. Inside, the modular FlexCage gives you the flexibility to install up to five 3.5" hard disks or 2.5" SSDs, or remove it entirely to fit up to 240mm watercooling radiators and long graphics cards. For added flexibility, additional SSD locations are also included, and a choice of Midnight Black or Arctic White with interchangeable front facades mean Prodigy will suit your individual style. With tool-free convenience, two USB 3.0 ports, filtered intakes, and unique BitFenix SofTouch Surface Treatment, Prodigy is the compact case with no compromises.

Beautifully Compact

Beautiful and Compact

The compact mini-ITX body with subtle curves and clean lines is suspended by two elegantly crafted handles that give Prodigy a solid yet modern look that makes it a perfect addition to any environment.

Unmatched Flexibility

Flexibly Designed

Prodigy is flexibly designed. Install long graphics cards up to 320mm in length by removing the top HDD cage. Bolt a 240mm water cooling radiator in the top, or if the build demands it, remove the entire HDD cage and put the 240mm radiator in the front, while still being able to install up to five 2.5" drives. With multiple installation options, Prodigy is a small case that truly does it all.

FyberFlex Composite Technology

FyberFlex Composite Technology

Both the top and bottom handles of Prodigy are made from flexible and incredibly strong BitFenix FyberFlex Composite. Fastened on both the top and bottom of the chassis, these handles are a convenient way to carry Prodigy, while providing added shock absorption during transport.

Maximum Storage Potential

Rich Storage Options

Prodigy provides loads of storage options with room for up to five 3.5" HDDs or nine 2.5" SSDs. Set it up as a high octane portable gaming rig, an attractive home server, or a full on NAS. With Prodigy, the possibilities are nearly limitless.

Ready for DIY

Born for DIYers

Prodigy is born for DIYers with rich DIY-friendly features. The unique motherboard tray makes it easy to fit tall CPU coolers, and filtered fan intakes keep the interior and system looking superb. The tool-free drive locking mechanisms make installing HDDs an incredibly simple affair, while cable management features keep your internals neat and tidy.

High-Speed USB 3.0 Connectivity

High-Speed USB 3.0 Connectivity

Equipped with two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, Prodigy allows you to transfer files ten times faster than with USB 2.0.

BitFenix Quality

BitFenix Quality

FyberFlex handles are coated with none other than BitFenix SofTouch surface treatment, while the luxuriously coated interior and rolled-edge cable pass-throughs exude a premium feel.

What's in the Box:

box content
  • Prodigy Case
  • Prodigy Quick Installation Guide
  • Screws

*Contents and specifications subject to change without notice.

Learn more about the BitFenix Co. Ltd. BFC-PRO-300-OOXKO-RP

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Wayne H.
  • 12/21/2015 12:10:28 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsClassic case

Pros: Bitfenix certainly shook things up with this case, inspiring many copycats and making mini-ITX builds much more accessible.

Cons: Few nitpicks here. It's way too big for a mini-ITX case. So much so that Bitfenix later released a Micro-ATX revision that retained the same footprint. The front-panel connectors attached to the side panel is really inconvenient. And I am just in general not a big fan of the horizontal motherboard mount (personal preference).

Other Thoughts: Recommended, however I feel Bitfenix and other manufactures have improved on this design with newer cases.

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  • Nick L.
  • 3/29/2015 3:37:57 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAwesome box

Pros: Both sides are removable and it makes it very easy to install. Plenty of space for HDs and SSDs. Airflow is phenomenal.

Cons: The font USBs work intermittently. Traced the problem to the cords supplied. Removed one egg.

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  • DJ
  • 10/11/2014 12:48:20 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggscustomer service a joke

Pros: great lil case..nice setup with horizontal mobo
room for even a 6990 or larger if you so choose
great for water cooling
plenty of room for tall coolers
tons of hard drive /ssd room

Cons: side panel usb ports broke loose within a month despite lil use
i opened a ticket on 10/1/14
and havent heard back yet.
of course there is no us support number to call..
what garbage.. i will never buy them again.

Other Thoughts: they should fire their entire customer support team and start fresh with people who actually read tickets(i work in customer support/helpdesk and if i ignored tickets my boss would have my head)
open a us support office.

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  • Keven V.
  • 7/15/2014 5:32:06 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNot your lil' sister's Toy Case

Pros: Compact:

I was well aware of its mini ITX form factor, but this case is hilariously small at first sight. You can't help but have a giggle when pulling it out of the box, mate. Those Japaneses know how to make something look cute.

Paint job:

I got the atomic orange one and I can tell you that the color is fabulously flamboyant. Same as with the size, pictures and videos don't do it justice. The color difference between the FyberFlex™ (or as we humans call it: plastic) and steel is barely noticable, at all. You have to really force yourself into wanting to spot an error and trick your brain in order to see it. Fantastic job!

Rock Solid Toughness:

I don't know if it as anything to do with its size and design or the fact that I always owned cheap pleb-built HP towers or both, but this thing is HARD. Appart from the flexible handles and feet, it's all made out of heavy steel. When grabbing one of the side panels, you'll be amazed at the contrast between size and weight. Don't be fooled by the price tag and the "Made in China" print on the box, this case is heavy duty and sledge hammer ready. Affraid to dent it? I'd worry more about your work area.

Don't need it? F-it!:

Except for the PSU cage (see Cons), you can basicelly get rid of everything by finger pressing some tabs or unscrewing a few screws. Quick and Easy. This case is basicely an open box with small removable compartments. Whatever your purpose is, the box will accommodate (mayby not those duodecuple SLI, octuple PSU, 256 GB RAM and all dat OG overkill MLG uselessness, but still roomy enought for any high-end single B.I.G. card solution).

Cons: ***Everything in here is minor and not worthy of throwing an egg at your neighbor's car.

The Monkey Fighting PSU Cage Issue:

Everyone is complaining about it. Yes! The "deepness" or lenght of it is not enought for bulky, highter wattage PSUs. You'll need to shop around in order to find something that fits in there (Corsair's CSM series or even the AX760 will fit). The trick is: Don't go with Full Modular. It's one of those rare occasions where a semi-modular PSU is actually better. Look at the dimensions!

Luckily, to my surprise, there's a big hole in the cage where you can plug everything to the PSU. So even if your PSU is in a tight fit, there's a hole in the wall for cables (implying you didn't plan on mounting your SSDs there). It's like they did the Mod before you got angry with your father's tools; Good on them.

Having a removable cage structure for the PSU would have been better, since there's plenty of space once the other stuff is out of the way, in my opinion, but I'm no engineer.

Plastic Thumbscrews:

Someone will have to explain that one to me. I get metal ones on a retardedly cheap ultra-basic case, but plastic ones on a good quality steel case... ? [...] Why?

I guess I'll finally recycle something out of my old computer.


This case was so cheap on sale that I'll barely get any eggpoints for it.

Soon, GTX, soon...

Other Thoughts: Your friends will be jelly.

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  • Josh M.
  • 6/7/2014 7:32:53 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsPoor Layout

Pros: Nice looking case, lots of options for 2.5" drives, lots of rack space for 3.5" drives.

Cons: Kind of big for a Mini ITX case and they have a microATX version but the. So this should be a case for powerful components... it has the "room" but the PSU bay is just too small for some larger ATX PSUs and they wires will interfere with the lower harddrive rack, once you remove it there is nothing holding the upper rack, which doesn't matter because since the rack is in the center of the case large GPUs will interfere with that as well.

Other Thoughts: Mini ITX boards have limited fan power jumpers, but there isn't an adapter for direct PSU power

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  • Anlumar R.
  • 1/18/2014 8:06:20 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAwesome product but bad costumer support

Pros: Excellent flexibility to put component inside or modified, feels very solid metal

Cons: the top handles and the bottom stands are made of plastic, and what is holding them is plastic so in time will brake

Other Thoughts: Bitfenix doesn't follow on there costumers after sending them the pictures of the damage and invoice from newegg no response back

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  • Ed G.
  • 12/21/2013 7:55:45 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest mini-ITX case. Period.

Pros: Super easy to work in, small and easy to move around if you don't want it taking up a lot of space, accommodates all hardware you would put in your ATX build

Cons: Smaller case means fewer graphics cards, RAM sticks, etc; somewhat expensive

Other Thoughts: Recently did my first build in this case. Super easy to work in and easy to figure out, even for a noob.

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  • Daniel J.
  • 11/10/2013 8:09:27 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSweet like Sherbert

Pros: Amazing paint. It feels...rubbery to the touch and high quality. I prefer this style much more than the glossy finish my previous case had. No fingerprints.

Power supply screen on the bottom. Very thoughtful.

I'm not a pro at hiding wires in the cases as some of you, but I was able to do a very nice job with just some twisty ties and a little bit of planning. With some effort and a small sized power supply, you can comfortably cram and tie down extra cables in the power supply housing, improving air flow. The main thing is to research the size of your power supply. I used a small CX430M and it worked out well.

Cons: The handles/legs can make the case wobbly on a flat surface, but a piece of paper or some unused rubber feet from Ikea do the trick if it really bothers you. That being said, I carried the case via the top handles after I completed my build for a few feet and feel confident you could transport this case safely. I do not see the handles breaking if you use this for LAN parties.

Other Thoughts: I'm only running the rear fan and my APU heatsink fan and temperatures are great. The front panel only has holes for air flow around the outside (the black trim). There will be some intake, but not as much as the other Prodigy cases with mesh front grilles. I could see the Bitfenix 200 fans still creating enough inside pressure to pull a good amount of air through, however. Just something to keep in mind if your system is more power hungry and thus warmer.

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5 out of 5 eggsbitfenix

Pros: Nice looking case,great my opinion the best mini itx thats outthere.

Cons: If you planing to install 2x 120mm fans on the front you're gonna lose your optical drive bay! Handles dont look like theyre gonna last long.

Other Thoughts: None

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  • Dylan M.
  • 10/4/2013 9:55:01 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsgreat case

Pros: Exceptional air flow
Huge amounts of HDD expansion
Plenty of room for hiding wires
It's beautiful
USB 3.0 side ports
Really freaking orange

Cons: No mounts for fans smaller than 120mm

Other Thoughts: I am really happy with this case. As far as airflow goes there is a huge amount of combinations possible for designing your own fan setups. One thing I find annoying about this case is the power and HDD indication leds. This case sits by my desk and these leds are BRIGHT. seriously bright. With my Asus board the standby light is a fast blinking indication and in combination with the lights in this case stand by mode turns my computer in to a strobe light. I will be soldering in a limiting resistor at some point to dim these down a bit. Oh also this case is really orange. REALLY. ORANGE. stay far away if you don't like orange.

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