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BitFenix - Prodigy M Arctic White MicroATX Mini Tower Case

( 4.4 Average / 7 Ratings )





Prodigy M Arctic White

Part #



Black / Red


MicroATX Mini Tower

Includes Power Supply


External 5.25" Bays


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

250 mm / 9.843" With Drive Cages
320 mm / 12.598" Without Drive Cages


249 mm x 403 mm x 358 mm

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


BrendonButler 19 points 46 months ago
from completed build Prodigy (2015)

Very compact and beautiful case.

There are a few downsides, but that's all due to the size, so I didn't feel they should effect the rating very much. I decided to put a full size ATX power supply in this case without even thinking of the room I need. It was a tight fit, but lucky enough for me, it worked! Cables are sort of jammed in, but I worked with what I had.

I'm sure amazon would let me return it and purchase a better fitting one, but I've already got it all setup, and don't plan to do much to the computer for at least another couple years.

peppaz 11 points 40 months ago

Very good case, good value, white is a bit uglier than i imagined but still nice. Go crazy and buy a funky color, you probably won't regret it.

Khifler 3 points 34 months ago
from completed build Valiant Mk. 1 - Skylake Edition

Little bit bigger than it should be, airflow not as amazing as I'd like, but dat white...

tehcoalman 33 points 30 months ago
from completed build Mom's B-Day Upgrade

Looks really cute + cool, exactly what my mom wanted :D

Not an easy case to build in. Very little space for PSU cables (kinda just tie them up and stack them on top of the PSU). SSD brackets in the side panel are kind of difficult to use. Had a bit of trouble putting the left side panel back on after connecting everything (because the front panels are also connected from that side panel).

j2Hydro 5 points 27 months ago
from completed build Little Nikki

Not the smallest case, but a struggle with parts to get it all in here. Pretty case, i didnt cut my fingers so there is that. I love the upside down and all and all im pretty pleased with how it turned out.

SpikeV 5 points 25 months ago

Love it. Cool in its simplicity . . . makes many of the compartmental-ed cases look way over engineered. With good cable management (translated - get a modular PSU) - nothing but parts and space to be seen - super clean and uncomplicated. The best portability, great space underneath for airflow . . . yeah, just Cool. You must be comfortable with some basic wacky design decisions- though . . . move the switched side panel to the other side (flip the buttons right-side-up) . . . toss the metal HD mounting piece . . . and since the MoB base has been located on the wrong side - live with an up-side-down system - this includes top-down air flow (don't fight it).

VMLN 26 points 8 months ago
from completed build Arctic BitFreezer

I own this case now for a while, and i can say it is definitely a great choice for your MicroATX. I run my build everyday and i'm very contented with it. I love the futuristic and handy look. Even the window is plastic and not TG. The capabilities of this case are tremendous. You can change a lot easily. For example the side panel, the direction of the power button or the bracket for the drives. Also the amount of drives you can fit in this small case is huge. If you dont use a 230mm fan i like i did. If you don't want to use a SLI with 2 big graphic cards and a huge watercooling system i would recommand this case to everyone, who loves smart pc systems that look very nice.