BitFenix Prodigy M Review
Here we have it boys and girls, the verging on legendary BitFenix Prodigy chassis. The front panel pops off easy enough, but to get the top and bottom off requires a screwdriver and bit of know how. The majority of the external chassis is the same as the original Prodigy, and indeed the Phenom Mini-IX case we recently reviewed. It's all steel and pretty darned well put together.
The front and rear of the chassis are much the same as other iterations of the Prodigy, even sharing the panel location holes with the Phenom
The only thing separating this from the Phenom M chassis is the row of holes along the roof that locate the roof panel on the latter.