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BitFenix Announces the Phenom and Phenom M Cases

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The BitFenix Phenom enclosures offer support for water-cooling radiators and will be available in both micro-ATX and mini-ITX form factors.

BitFenix has launched its new range of Phenom enclosures which are constructed from the company’s patented SofTouch steel and forgo the 5.25-inch optical drive bay for increased internal space.

Unlike many other compact enclosures, neither the micro-ATX Phenom or micro-ITX Phenom M have made any sacrifices in the cooling department by providing support for water-cooling radiators of up to 240 mm (top) and 120 mm (rear), two pre-installed 120 mm Spectre fans with anti-dust filters, and the ability to mount two additional 120 mm fans on the top and either a single 230 mm or two 120 mm fans on the bottom.



Phenom M


250 x 330 x 374 mm

250 x 330 x 374 mm

Motherboard Support

Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX


Drive Bays

5 x 3.5-inch (4+1 with adapter)

5 x 3.5-inch (2+2+1 with adapter)

6 x 3.5-inch (5+1 with adapter)

11 x 2.5-inch (5+2+2+1+1 with adapter)

Expansion Slots

5 with Ventilation

Support for CrossFireX / SLI

2 with Ventilation

Max Graphics Card Length

320 mm

320 mm

Max CPU Cooler Height

160 mm

175 mm

The BitFenix Phenom and Phenom M will be available in either Matte White or Matte Black and will retail at €79.90 ($108) and €69.90 ($95) excluding VAT.

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    renz496 , September 29, 2013 9:10 PM
    So did it come with amd phenom processor as a bundled? :p 
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    abbadon_34 , September 29, 2013 9:18 PM
    uuuhhh 5 years late? so much for marketing
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    cobra5000 , September 29, 2013 10:24 PM
    No space for an optical drive? C'mon now, at least throw in space for a slim drive.
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    bchan009 , September 29, 2013 11:31 PM
    Poor naming choice but these look pretty sexy. I'm only interested in building mini-ITX systems these days. There's something so nice about small form factor systems. <3
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    UltimateDeep , September 29, 2013 11:52 PM
    Agree somehow with Cobra5000. But forgoing an optical drive in the mATX version is understandable enough because there's no dimension differenes between the Phenom and Phenom M.

    Would have loved to see the Optical Bay. Least the Prodigy has it.
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    Johan Kryger Haglert , September 30, 2013 12:27 AM
    Spec doesn't make any sense.
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    jdon , September 30, 2013 7:54 AM
    I love the sneaky front mounted PSU on the mATX model. Good use of space!
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    chulex67 , September 30, 2013 3:47 PM
    Man its like they took the prodigy chasis and use it like a proper micro atx case lmao.
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    Anonymous , October 7, 2013 10:58 AM

    can you fit the OCZ ZT psu in (fully modular, dimension: 86x150x175mm)
    I have seen some people mention that the maximum length gotta be 160 but there are also folks who say it shouldn't be a problem. can you help? thanks!
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    The White Knight , October 20, 2013 11:51 AM
    "neither the micro-ATX Phenom or micro-ITX" I think you mean mini-ITX*, confused me for a minute.
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    ceh4702 , November 14, 2013 9:24 PM
    Why do computer cases only have two front USB jacks? If you want a USB Headphone/Microphone a USB keyboard and a USB mouse there are not enough jacks! Put more jacks on the front of the case already. This applies to every case made. Its a plastic box. It has a 5.5 drive bay but no external access. It uses the same exact type of frame as their model with the handles on it. Some people may want a smaller version. It is the same size almost like any MATX Case. Doh . . .!
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    ceh4702 , November 14, 2013 9:30 PM
    Looks like this one:


    They had one of these on newegg.

    New ArrivalBitFenix Phenom BFC-PHE-300-WWXKK-RP Arctic White Steel / Plastic Mini-ITX Tower