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Prodigy Window Side Panel and Alchemy Mixed Cables

Posted January 15, 2013 by Kevin in Hardware

BitFenix Design Lab, January 15, 2012 – With overwhelming response from the community, users have requested greater personalization for their BitFenix cases and accessories. Today, BitFenix is pleased to announce the Prodigy Window Accessory and Alchemy Mixed Cable Series.






Prodigy Window Side Panel Accessory


Displaying a clear, non-obstructive acrylic, the Prodigy Side Panel Window Accessory is a hassle free option to obtain a clear view of your full sized video card. Without any clips or tacky mounting mechanisms in sight, your Prodigy Black or Prodigy White can maintain its sleek design while having no

compromises to the hardware inside.






Custom individual sleeving is a great way to add flare and cleanliness to a computer. But without the right tools, it can be very time consuming and messy. BitFenix Alchemy Cables proved to be a modder’s favorite when it comes to shrinkless and flexible cables. Featuring our ultra-dense NanoSleeve™

braiding in an alternating pattern of colors, Alchemy Mixed Cables make customizing and color coordinating your system an incredibly simple affair.


Both the Prodigy Side Panel Window Accessory and Alchemy Mixed Cables will be available at the middle of February.


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One Comment


    Since they wont make a “right-lenght” kit for my rig (Seasonic P-860XP2 / ASROCK Z77E-ITX / GTX690) I’m not so interested in the cables, they have to think at “cable-management/usefulness” of such a thing, however a composable/cuttable/kittable stuff will come in handy, a predone one will still fight with space, since there A LOT of space inside what better than fit an extension to yours already too long cables ? I suggest a composable/adjustable kit that could fit various PSUs and MOBOs, even if, obviuosly, it wont be “idiot-proof”.

    As for the panel, anyone suggested to them that they could only see a “full-size” wistle-belly blazing-fast graphic card “smoke” for real behind the acrylic panel that should be “non-obstructive” even for the air or otherwise it will fry your beloved peripheral ? Artistic oblong holes in the acrylic, maybe ?

    We are still waiting for a bracket (possibly multiple ones with variable lenght) for allowing legnty PSUs to be accomodated in the 175(internally)180(externally)mm long cage.

    I really hope my hints will come in handy guys, I own a Prodigy and I love it, but… it could have been better though…

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