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    Bit Fenix all excited about Prodigy and Ghost chassis

    Lester gives us a walkthrough of two upcoming chassis.
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    Re: Bit Fenix all excited about Prodigy and Ghost chassis

    looking nice, didnt see the inside of the ghost but if they made it a bit longer so i could have a nice 360mm rad in that roof bay and a 240 somewhere else id probably buy one . need a nice vibration reduce/silent chassis!.
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    Re: Bit Fenix all excited about Prodigy and Ghost chassis

    Lol, liked the way he looked at the mic to see who he was talking to
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    Re: Bit Fenix all excited about Prodigy and Ghost chassis

    im pretty excited about the prodigy... looks awesome!

    There is a couple of reviews on the net already.

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    Re: Bit Fenix all excited about Prodigy and Ghost chassis

    I think the ghost would be great in combination with an H100 and the rad concealed in that ceiling, should even have enough space for push/pull fans with illuminated fans on the mobo facing side of the rad.

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    Re: Bit Fenix all excited about Prodigy and Ghost chassis

    Yeah the Prodigy looks really promising, and reviews so far have been favourable. For me it's a little on the large size for an ITX case, it's pretty much as big as mATX cases but I understand it needs those extra dimensions to really give it the rich feature range it offers.

    Personally I'd like to see them ditch a bit of the storage capacity as I think this is best suited for a LAN rig or streamlined build where a single SSD perhaps accompanied by one 2.5"/3.5" HDD would be most probable and as such they could make it a bit more compact. I also think they need to reconsider the IO placement, sticking at the front and making it fixed to the chassis rather than the side panel would be a huge improvement

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    Re: Bit Fenix all excited about Prodigy and Ghost chassis

    he'd had some coffee recently- rattled through the presentations really quickly!

    do like the look of the Prodigy, but wish it didn't have the stands - and hiding the IO on the sides does improve the overall look of the case, but I think I'm with martian_aphid that it would be better fixed on the front of the chassis.

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