There’s also slots for two 2.5″ SSD/HDD right next to the lower HDD caddy. SSD:s here are held within the case using four screws and if you intend to install SSD:s here, you need to remove the power supply (assuming you’re installing them after assembling the rig the first time.)
The power supply is located in the bottom back corner of the case.
In order to install the power supply, you must remove a metallic plate from the case and install it to the power supply using four screws. After that, you plug the power supply in. You need to push the power supply all the way in its slot from the backside of the case.
The power supply is secured in its place within the case using four thumbscrews. I haven’t seen such an installation method before in any case before. Admittedly, it makes installing the power supply in a limited space case easy.
Bitfenix Prodigy has a dust filter beneath the case in a place where the power supply is. Power supplys fan will draw air directly from outside the case and push it back from the back of the case. The filter is easily removeable and washable.
I want to also add that the top of the case has a dust filter. Behind this dust filter there is space for two 120mm fans which are not included with the case.
On the back of the case there is one pre-installed 120mm fan. If you want, you can replace it with a 140mm fan for improved airflow.
On the front panel there is one pre-installed 120mm fan. There’s space for another one on top of it. Both the lower fan place and the upper one supports also 140mm fans in case you want to improve the airflow within your case.
There’s loads of space inside the case where the motherboard goes. You could easily install a quite largeish cooler inside the prodigy. The motherboard is secured using four screws.