This is the case for those who love the features of the Prodigy, but were not fans of the design. The Phenom has dropped the FyberFlex handles but keeps the SofTouch coating for the top and front panel. It also adds more options by offering both a Phenom Micro-ATX and Phenom Mini-ITX version. The former is capable of housing two full-sized graphics cards in SLI or CrossFire configurations.
The Phenom Mini-ITX has the same interior design as the Prodigy so check out the Ultimate LAN Party Build for all the ins and outs. But it is the Phenom Micro-ATX with an all new interior layout that sets this case apart. With a taller stature, it has five PCI expansion slots, room for a CPU cooler up to 6.29 inches (160 mm) tall, and two graphics cards up to 13 inches (330 mm) in length. Like the Phenom Mini-ITX, the Micro-ATX version is customizable so you can change the layout to fit your needs.
Both BitFenix Phenom Mini-ITX and Phenom Micro-ATX will be available on store shelves in October, but we don’t have any prices at this time. For more information on the Phenom Series check out the press release below.