We don't. We give you the flexibility to use the case however you like. Some boards have a total of 6, and then if you use a pci sata card/RAID card, etc, you can get more.
On the flip side, you can remove it and use it as a high end gaming system.
14 pages to find my quote... Not doing it :eek:
They were prototypes. We finally nailed down a color.
Please forward your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org I will look into your support emails... I'll take a look at our servers if something looks fishy... No response is not normal.
If I did that... it sounded so.. cheesy... :p
From past experience, that marketing blurb doesn't work really well on forums. That only works great on press releases. I find that people troll harder, and really, it doesn't blend with the community + the company. A flat marketing blurb doesn't...
The handles aren't helping in putting a 280mm rad, 2x optical bays, 1x3.5" bays, and mATX board either. They're for both aesthetics and protection (shock absorber)
The real workable space, the space where you can put a motherboard, whether it is mATX or ITX is 250 x 310 x 340. You just can't...
Those looking for them in Canada, Memory Express has both colors in stock with a really low shipping rate for orders over $100.
Newegg.com will get a stock pile of white sometime tomorrow, and black will be just another week.
I definitely had seen the minor upgrades that could have been implemented, however we were far too late into production and well ready to launch the product prior to me getting to Taiwan.
As with all our product launches, suggestions made after a product is launch is put back onto the drawing...
Precisely. It can go inside, but it does not fit.
I have a MSI Big Bang XPower II, it's an XL ATX motherboard. 34.5cm.
BitFenix Outlaw is 43cm tall. The board can go inside, but it does not fit.
The logic of putting mATX into this case is the same with putting XL ATX into an ATX case.
That is where we lose when it comes to desk space as we completely acknowledge that.
26Liters if you want numbers on how big it is. 36 with handles. It's on our website.
You can find even smaller cases. CM 120 is about 10Liters, but targets a different audience. I believe that is the target...
Prodigy is a case without compromise. It has maximum flexibility to be anything. Don't like it being a NAS server? Change it up to a high end gaming PC. Want some overclocking and would like to show off? Throw thick rads. It can become anything you want. The handles are there for people who want...
Options they never use? Ok. some people want a SFF for gaming. maybe 2 hard drives is enough (Remove top hard drive cage then).
What about the one who wants it as a home server, someone who will actually buy raid cards?
You can easily fill up the case with hard drives and have them usable...
Depends on what you compromise. Can those m-atx cases fit what the prodigy can?
Are you comparing with handles or without handles dimensions? Putting handles on any case makes the case even bigger too.
Can we say the same with "ATX case bigger than some XL ATX case?" Sure.
Unless you want to do this (mod..ish) ... If you use exactly the screw holes, it's a no go to keep to ODD.
Everything was going fine... Until July 4rth and Bloody Thursday. Extra long delays at Customs.
Yes, MC = MicroCenter.
Suck in customs right now. Once released, hopefully monday/tuesday, they'll go straight to our warehouse to double check, and then straight to MC and NE. Probably a wednesday/thursday/friday type of ordeal..
Pre-orders have been going on for weeks now. They've all sold out, some people have had them for a week and a half now, a big load is arriving in the USA Monday/Tuesday, won't get to some retailers till maybe wednesday, Europe's massive load of Prodigy has arrived and are currently being...
All comes down to how much you want to pay and how much flexibility you want with the case... With all those SSD's, you cross a couple off that list.
Fitting those GPU's, all of them are ok.
Fitting 1 of the 3 heatsinks - only 1 case fits all of the 3 with the flexibility to fit even bigger...