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Sorry, my bad. Had a brain cramp.
Yes, I meant the perforated section.
Would BitFenix consider selling dust filter for this perforated section?
As an alternative, would a magnetic dust filter latch on to the panel? (e.g. http://silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=316&area=en)
It's likely that Bitfenix won't be selling a dust filter for it, but there are dozens of ways to filter the perforated area yourself.
Magnetic filters will work as long as it's not aluminium (ally isn't ferrous metal, so it isn't magnetic), and I believe that the side panel on Prodigy is steel, which means that magnetic filter is a feasible way of filtering the intake. You'll probably have to latch it on to the outside of the case since the distance between the perforated area and gpu fans is likely going to be just a few millimeters.
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Post here if you've got questions!
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I've managed to fit quite some interesting hardware inside of it. Megahalem with push pull is quite interesting inside this beaut.

its so cute......redface.gif

lol asus wifi antenna ftw....im using thier wireless N wifi go card with the same antenna
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anyone can confirm that seasonic platinum 1000w will fit with black/white prodigy case?
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This little case is just full of awesomeness! I'd love to build a Mini ITX rig in this thing.
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How could you ever use 1000w in a Prodigy? I've been obsessing over PSUs for this case lately, and I settled between 500w and 650w tops. Is there something I'm missing?

Also, Silverstone's releasing 140mm deep, 80 plus Gold, 100% modular PSUs in a couple months. 550, 600, or 650w. Can't wait!
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How could you ever use 1000w in a Prodigy? I've been obsessing over PSUs for this case lately, and I settled between 500w and 650w tops. Is there something I'm missing?
Also, Silverstone's releasing 140mm deep, 80 plus Gold, 100% modular PSUs in a couple months. 550, 600, or 650w. Can't wait!
1000W?

You hook up your PC, then mod the wires to hook up to your mini fridge and a weak oven. Voila. Ultimate LAN PC.
To fit it, you'd need a PSU Extention bracket.
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Very nice! I wish they had it in a larger version though frown.gif
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Just a heads up - Bitfenix updated their SUPPORT page on the prodigy:

http://www.bitfenix.com/global/en/products/chassis/prodigy#support

Looks like I have to re-sell (My 14 days of return is over) my brand new Corsair AX 750 PSU (160mm deep) *Cry*.

Oh well, guess thats the danger when you pre-purchase hardware.

Anyone know a 650 / 750 W PSU - Modular and which WILL fit the 150mm Depth that Bitfenix is stating is the max depth ?
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Just a heads up - Bitfenix updated their SUPPORT page on the prodigy:
http://www.bitfenix.com/global/en/products/chassis/prodigy#support
Looks like I have to re-sell (My 14 days of return is over) my brand new Corsair AX 750 PSU (160mm deep) *Cry*.
Oh well, guess thats the danger when you pre-purchase hardware.
Anyone know a 650 / 750 W PSU - Modular and which WILL fit the 150mm Depth that Bitfenix is stating is the max depth ?

I'd suggest that you try the PSU in the Prodigy, especially if you have to resell it. It would be very helpful for us to determine which fits as there are so many power supplies out there.

Another thing, is that it was me who updated that site.
REASON: We listed ATX PSU's. To properly define ATX power supply, technical specifications is 140mm. Over the years, it's gotten bigger. Now it's 150mm.

160mm PSU is NOT a standard ATX PSU. It's called EPS12V. That standard is "up to 180mm".

The same analogy is "You would not put 20" wheels on a 15" compatible car."
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