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Bitfenix Collosus Mini ITX Case

Lately it seems I have been covering the smaller side of things in reviews. If you read any of them, you will know that I am not a big fan of the diminutive size of Micro and Mini anything when it comes to computing. The bigger the better has been my motto. Despite this, not too long ago I had the chance to experiment with some of the newer small offerings from Bitfenix in the form of the Prodigy M. I freely admit that I had a change of heart and Bitfenix is now giving me the chance to go even smaller with a Mini-ITX based Colossus M in an effort to fully rehabilitate my aversion to pint size PCs! If it is anything like the Prodigy M, they might just succeed. Lets dig in and find out!

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