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post #11651 of 11741
Thanks on this bro.

1. Yes I'll be using the 970.

2. I may have arranged it the wrong way , or is my cooler to big for the case ? I was wondering if I buy the extensions there might not be enough space to put them ?
post #11652 of 11741
Hey guys, I'm back again after leaving 2014 and changing to a Lian Li Case. Now I went back to the roots and builded a new old Colossus M Mini-ITX System.
I hope, you allow it to this club, as it's from the same case family as the Prodigy or Phenom. If it's ok, I'll post a few pictures later this day.
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Here a few pics from my build.

1st cutted a plate for the top front fan area, where later should fit the optical blueray slim drive
2nd made a cut out in the top steal frame to put in the side I/O panel, plastic top, I/O glued in, outside I/O Panel hidden


components inside:

Board : Asus Z87i Deluxe (pro)
CPU : Intel Core i3-4330 - 3,5 GHz
Cooler : Enermax ETS-T40f - BK (100% guaranteed that it fits in with every RAM (even the highest)
PSU : Corsair RM550 modular 80+ gold - until now, fan since 1 year always off - just turns on with over 50% Load
RAM : Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR3 - 1866 MHz
Fans : Noiseblocker Black Silent Pro PWM / rear 140mm, CPU 120mm front 1x 120mm - will be changed with an Bitfeix Spectre Pro 200 or 230mm fan
Drives : Samsung SSD 830 for OS (Windows 10 pro x64) + 1x WD red 3 TB for media - 2nd one will follow
Optical Drives : slim Samsung BD-RW Burner + 5,25" older LG GH-22 DVD burner


both side panel with new own windows
complete case outside new in matt black - didn't like that dark grey soft touch look - too many finger prints on it :


both left pics original Soft-Touch look, right pics new matt black



2 RGB LED Stripes inside the top panel and outside LED Stripes in all 3 colours




Edited by sascha1102 - 1/14/16 at 10:00am
post #11654 of 11741
Hy

I was planing to buy a prodygi but I don't know wat is the best for modding it for getting my atx board inside itx or matx I've seen a lot of build
I want to make a gift to my daughter she love the case but not enough money to buy a entire new system I have already an Asus crossblade ranger and I don't want to change it there is no matx board good enough for the fm2+ socket
If someone has manage to dot it can I have feed back
Thanks to everyone
Edited by thevirusone - 1/25/16 at 1:58am
post #11655 of 11741
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Originally Posted by thevirusone View Post

Hy

I was planing to buy a prodygi but I don't know wat is the best for modding it for getting my atx board inside itx or matx I've seen a lot of build
I want to make a gift to my daughter she love the case but not enough money to buy a entire new system I have already an Asus crossblade ranger and I don't want to change it there is no matx board good enough for the fm2+ socket
If someone has manage to dot it can I have feed back
Thanks to everyone
If I remember correctly there is one guy Who modded the prodigy to fit an atx motherboard. Dont remember Who it was though, and I if im not misstaken it was a pain in the @$$ to get everything to fit. Ill see if i can find his build log

Edit: found the build. http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=253141
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Originally Posted by marshymellows View Post

If I remember correctly there is one guy Who modded the prodigy to fit an atx motherboard. Dont remember Who it was though, and I if im not misstaken it was a pain in the @$$ to get everything to fit. Ill see if i can find his build log

Edit: found the build. http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=253141

I ve read his post but he put an e-atx Mobo in the case
Did you have a picture of an matx Mobo on the case to see the space left
Sorry for my English
post #11657 of 11741
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Originally Posted by thevirusone View Post

I ve read his post but he put an e-atx Mobo in the case
Did you have a picture of an matx Mobo on the case to see the space left
Sorry for my English
since he uses a E-ATX board you know that an atx board will fit since its smaller. Im confused, do you want to have a m-atx board in the prodigy or do you want a atx board in the prodigy?
post #11658 of 11741
I have already an Asus crossblade ranger atx motherboards
I want to buil a pc for my daughter and fell in love whit the prodigy
I want to put my crossblade in the prodigy. The mod he made is too much for me I just want to try to fit it on the original motherboard layer whit just cutting up more space but since I don't have the case I don't now if it has enough space left for it or the Mobo goes to far and pass trough the case outside
The reason why I'm searching after An good picture of an matx mounted to see the possible mod for an extension
post #11659 of 11741
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Originally Posted by thevirusone View Post

I have already an Asus crossblade ranger atx motherboards
I want to buil a pc for my daughter and fell in love whit the prodigy
I want to put my crossblade in the prodigy. The mod he made is too much for me I just want to try to fit it on the original motherboard layer whit just cutting up more space but since I don't have the case I don't now if it has enough space left for it or the Mobo goes to far and pass trough the case outside
The reason why I'm searching after An good picture of an matx mounted to see the possible mod for an extension
I understand now. Do you want to use the itx version of the case or do you want to use the m-atx version of the case? I got the case at home (or i have the phenom but the internals are the same) so i can take some measurements when i get home
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Which one did you have ?
If your have enough space I'll buy the same
Thanks a lot fall all the help
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