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Will update this within the next week again, not far to go, just a few basics.

Waiting for updates... :-)
post #102 of 121
Subbed as I love the neatness of this build. I am receiving my prodigy parts over the next couple of weeks and this has helped me a lot. Thanks.
post #103 of 121
mrbean: Thanks for this log! I am starting my Prodigy build as well (case just shipped). This thread is giving me lots of ideas. Are there any watercooling parts that you would not use again if you had the ability to use something else? Specifically the CPU block/pump or a different rad, or use a res?

Thanks!
 
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i7 3930k ASUS Rampage IV Extreme 3-Way GTX 780 SLI 16GB Dominator GT 2133 
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Crucial M4 512GB 3x Alphacool UT60 Windows 7 Home Premium HP ZR30w 
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Filco Majestouch II (Browns) Corsair AX1200 Case Labs M8 Zowie FK 
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Steelseries QcK Corsair SP2500 
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i5 2500k @ 4.6  Asrock Z77E-ITX XFX 7970 GE @ 1215/1650 Samsung 8GB @ 2133 9-10-10-26 
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Crucial M4 512GB Swiftech Apogee Drive II Swiftech Komodo 7900 Swiftech MCR220-XP + MCR120-XP 
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GT AP-15s (Black) Tecnofront Nano (Black) HP ZR30w (2560x1600) Filco Majestouch II (Browns) 
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mITX rig
(16 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 3930k ASUS Rampage IV Extreme 3-Way GTX 780 SLI 16GB Dominator GT 2133 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Crucial M4 512GB 3x Alphacool UT60 Windows 7 Home Premium HP ZR30w 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Filco Majestouch II (Browns) Corsair AX1200 Case Labs M8 Zowie FK 
Mouse PadAudio
Steelseries QcK Corsair SP2500 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k @ 4.6  Asrock Z77E-ITX XFX 7970 GE @ 1215/1650 Samsung 8GB @ 2133 9-10-10-26 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Crucial M4 512GB Swiftech Apogee Drive II Swiftech Komodo 7900 Swiftech MCR220-XP + MCR120-XP 
CoolingCoolingMonitorKeyboard
GT AP-15s (Black) Tecnofront Nano (Black) HP ZR30w (2560x1600) Filco Majestouch II (Browns) 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
SeaSonic X650 Gold Bitfenix Prodigy (Black) Razer Deathadder 3500p Razer Goliathus 
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post #104 of 121
Thread Starter 
HEllo Mate,
Thanx for reading smile.gif

All components are performing as expected, all in all, very happy with the results. I do some pretty intensive sim-racing (iRacing) for hours on end, and both CPU and GPU are mid-high 30's celsius.

I doubt either would see 50 degress under any sort of heavy gaming during summer, so a good combination of components. Let me know if you have questions. I am in Helsinki this week, but will be back to Melbourne on Sunday, and will answer questions then.

Kind regards,
Phillip
post #105 of 121
I love the custom wiring. I've never seen that type of wire used in a PC build before, and wasn't even familiar with it. Now you've made me want to practice my soldering skills.
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post #106 of 121
Awsome build man !

I am doing a Prodigy project build myself, a fully extreme watercooled little monster.
You can take a look at it here smile.gif
http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=237985

Where did you get that crimper btw :O?
post #107 of 121
Did it! Thanks for the help, Phillip
Ben
post #108 of 121
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Nice one, Ben, came really nice smile.gif

Did you end up using 20AWG? Would be 100% perfect!

@ Kosovar: Will check out your log too, thanx Mate - got the crimper off Ebay!
post #109 of 121
Subscribed, the cabling is very neat indeed, gotta love that thumb.gif
post #110 of 121
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Nice one, Ben, came really nice smile.gif
Did you end up using 20AWG? Would be 100% perfect!
@ Kosovar: Will check out your log too, thanx Mate - got the crimper off Ebay!

That one was 18. But have received the 20 gauge now too and have done the CPU power and gpu with that. I also manged to solder an ap30 fan too - my first ever soldering job! The ap 30 has an unused fourth terminal so can be converted to a 3000 rpm pwm fan. Not sure if I will use it yet as haven't played with it to see how quiet it can be. otherwise I will redo some lower rpm scythes with 26 awg.
This wiring looks so neat and can be tucked away very easily. You have converted me.
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