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BitFenix Mini-ITX Tower Case Without Power Supply, Arctic White BFC-PRO-300-WWXKW-RP

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  • Case Type: Mini-ITX Tower, Side Windows: No
  • Material: Steel, Plastic
  • M/B Type: Mini-ITX
  • External: 1x 5.25 Inches, Internal: 5x 3.5 Inches (3+2 modular), 9x 2.5 Inches
  • Expansion Slots: 2x PCI Slots
  • Front I/O Panel: 2x USB 3.0 Ports, HD Audio
  • Fan: 5, 120mm
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 40.4 x 35.9 cm ; 5 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 8 Kg
  • Item model number: BFC-PRO-300-WWXKW-RP
  • ASIN: B008BZYJ6W
  • Date first available at Aug. 24 2013
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #392,013 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

BitFenix Prodigy BFC-PRO-300-WWXKW-RP No Power Supply Mini-ITX Tower Case (Arctic White)

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa64f8fd4) out of 5 stars 191 reviews
28 of 32 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9eaf0bd0) out of 5 stars Overall, it's a decent case... But... March 8 2014
By Adam - Published on

It has a nice rubberized finish. Which makes it less prone to fingerprints and smudges. It's small, but not so small that it doesn't have enough room. It's also not overly "flashy" like some of the cases on the market now. I was happy to see two removable dust filters. One on the top of the case. And one on the bottom under the PSU Bay. It has just enough room if you're building a gaming rig. You will need to remove the top drive cage if installing a graphics card longer than the length of a mini itx motherboard. If you're using a smaller graphics card or onboard video, you can leave the top drive cage in and gain 3 more bays. There is also mounting points for two solid state drives on the right side panel. Overall, it's a decent case.


My cons aren't because of the case itself, (Except for one minor thing to keep in mind. I'll get to that later.), but the workmanship involved in assembling it in the factory. When I received the case, the tabs that hold the top and bottom rubberized plastic pieces on were broken. The screws were over tightened. It's definitely an issue with the way it was assembled. The screws also fell out of the bracket that holds the USB 3.0 ports on the right side panel. The case was scratched terribly on the inside. You won't see it, but it's there. The side panel was also slightly scratched and didn't have any protective plastic over it. Someone was extremely rough with it when it was assembled. You expect maybe a few imperfections. But this was just negligence.

The minor issue I have with the case itself is the handles. This case is small and is geared towards being potable. If you plan on using this for LAN parties, DO NOT lift or carry it by the handles on top. They are extremely flimsy and would break easily once you put the weight of all your components in. It also has the same design on the bottom for stands. It isn't very stable and will rock back and forth if you jostle it or bump your desk. I don't intend to ever move it except to clean it. So I'm only deducting one star. The other star is for the shoddy assembly at the factory.

With that being said, I'm happy with it. But I don't know if I would buy it again. If you can deal with the issues I mentioned you will be happy with the small footprint.

I was able to stuff the following components in it.

Asus Formula VI Impact Mini ITX motherboard
Corsair 600w modular PSU
Intel i7 4770
Corsair Hydro H55 quiet edition cpu cooler (which is extremely tricky to install. But it will fit)
Asus DVD burner
16gb Corsair Vengeance ddr3 RAM
EVGA GGTX 780 Superclocked
250gb Samsung 840 Evo SSD
3tb Seagate Barracuda HDD
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9eaf0fd8) out of 5 stars Amazing Case! April 17 2013
By Pat - Published on
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I've built a few PC's in my day, and I have to say, this little mini-itx "Mac Pro" look-alike case is by far the most thought out, gorgeous, and useful case I've ever owned. There are so many neat little design cues inside this thing that it makes building a mini-itx PC from what once was a chore, to something enjoyable. There is cable routing, multiple hard drive slots, plenty of fan mounting areas, spacious room for a nice beefy GPU - and I mean beefy, like up to 12", and the overall design is fantastic. I am somewhat of an Apple fan, but I love PC gaming, so this case is a nice midway between the two.

TLDR version: This is a well thought out, well laid out, capacious, and all around solid vehicle for a mini-itx build all enclosed in a beautiful designed chassis. Plus it's under a 100 bucks. Very good deal IMO. Get it!
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9eaf4420) out of 5 stars Good value, nice looking Mini-ITX case Dec 14 2012
By D J Crowley - Published on
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I used the BitFenix Prodigy for my first Mini-ITX build. For the price, it's a great little case. It's innards are intelligently designed, with enough room that cramming everything in doesn't become an nightmare. My build included a 700W non-modular PSU and a long AMD 7950 graphics card. Build quality seems robust and the styling is great.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9eaf4438) out of 5 stars Great case! Feb. 4 2015
By gotacube - Published on
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Great case! I watched a video review on youtube and instantly liked this case for a Hackintosh build. It hides well behind my 22inch monitor.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9eaf445c) out of 5 stars Nice case with a few nitpicks May 12 2013
By Justin - Published on
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First, I bought this case after reading a few reviews online and I thought it looked really nice. I was originally thinking of going with a Micro ATX board, but after seeing positive reviews of this case I decided to go Mini-ITX.

I didn't look too closely at the specs of the case though, I had been thinking it'd be smaller than it really is, due it being a Mini-ITX case and all. However it's definitely not large either, but it does have more than ample expansion inside for a full size optical drive and several hard drives (more space than I really need too!)

One very minor gripe is that the bottom "handles" have no rubber feet, so the case slides too easily on my desk. Also I think the handles have too much flex to them, but they do seem strong.

And, personal taste preference here, I think the power and reset buttons and USB ports should have been on the front of the unit, not the side.

And just one more gripe regarding the LEDs...I wished they had gone with dim white LEDs instead of the overly bright blue ones. There was time, just over a decade ago, that blue LEDs were the IN thing since the nano-tech to make them was brand new (I remember reading a Sci-Am article about them), but these days they're just obnoxious. White or true green, or at least adjustable brightness please!

Other than those criticisms, the case is quite nice, it has a unique rubberized texture, plenty of ventilation, plenty of room inside to work with. I'm not using one, but there's more than enough room to use a water-cooling HSF for the CPU.

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