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BitFenix Colossus M-ITX

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  1. Darksaber

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    Take the Prodigy and the original Colossus chassis by BitFenix, combine them, and out comes the Colossus Mini-ITX chassis. The love child of these two product lines sports the compatibility of the highly successful Prodigy and the coolness of the very first BitFenix chassis, the Colossus.

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    I like it, very versatile. Great for those 6-port mITX boards for storage/htpc builds. If I wasn't already in the middle of an mATX FM2+ build (8 drives) I would have considered it.

    On the other end I'd take out both drive cages, use a single SSD and have plenty of cable room. Did something similar with my wife's computer. Removed the drive cage of a Lian-Li Q25B and it's pleasant to work in now.
     
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