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Originally Posted by itsabearcannon View Post

Okay, so I was actually referred here by the good people on Reddit. I recieved a defective midnight black Prodigy case from Lockware Systems and the handles were both snapped off where the little plastic is attached via eight screws. They said there's a BitFenix representative on here who can help me? Again, if I've violated any terms of posting here, I sincerely apologize, I'd just like a working Prodigy....

The same exact thing happened to my prodigy, I just received my new handles today actually. looks better than just having it laying on its side. thumb.gif

Make sure you fill out the support form on their site, and xbournex was quite the help as well while I had to deal with this. +1 Bitfenix Support
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So as promised (little late, sorry (problem uploading pictures)) biggrin.gif

So I filled "Unobtainable" up, and did some leak testing and there was a small leak.
Luckly it was from a temperature plug that just need a bit of tighten rolleyes.gif

But you really just want the pictures, right biggrin.gifWarning: almost mind blowing (Click to show)

















I will try to take som more "show" pictures tomorrow.

AND around the same time as today you will get pictures of the build with UV light!
Which makes it look even more awesome, and more mind blowing wink.gif
post #1933 of 11740
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Originally Posted by xbournex View Post

It's one, or the other depending on how you place it. Of course, if you do some exterior redecoration, you could fit more.
Had Prodigy been mATX compatible, it would either be
A. Bigger
B. Not be able to fit as much H20 as the current model.

Did a little digging, and well it turned out that some in a forum that we should not talk about have made the mATX mod.
Since I cant find it other places I have to link to it there:
http://www.tonymacx86.com/case-mods/63866-neilharts-prodigy-white-one-work-log-started-2.html

The back mod, ehm, could have been done better but very well, fine job.

About the HW selection, nothing to come for there either the cooling which is air coolers
post #1934 of 11740
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Originally Posted by Fruergaard View Post

Did a little digging, and well it turned out that some in a forum that we should not talk about have made the mATX mod.
Since I cant find it other places I have to link to it there:
http://www.tonymacx86.com/case-mods/63866-neilharts-prodigy-white-one-work-log-started-2.html
The back mod, ehm, could have been done better but very well, fine job.
About the HW selection, nothing to come for there either the cooling which is air coolers
Again, you'd have to compromise. Good bye hard drive rack for those who are using them. Reference GTX 670 PCB's are the size of the motherboard's length, so a motherboard could be using all of the racks for hard drives.
post #1935 of 11740
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Originally Posted by Fruergaard View Post

So as promised (little late, sorry (problem uploading pictures)) biggrin.gif
So I filled "Unobtainable" up, and did some leak testing and there was a small leak.
Luckly it was from a temperature plug that just need a bit of tighten rolleyes.gif
But you really just want the pictures, right biggrin.gifWarning: almost mind blowing (Click to show)








I will try to take som more "show" pictures tomorrow.
AND around the same time as today you will get pictures of the build with UV light!
Which makes it look even more awesome, and more mind blowing wink.gif

This build just looks amazing.
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post #1936 of 11740
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Again, you'd have to compromise. Good bye hard drive rack for those who are using them. Reference GTX 670 PCB's are the size of the motherboard's length, so a motherboard could be using all of the racks for hard drives.

No problem I say. I got 2, 2.5" drives. Can hide those suckers anywhere. biggrin.gif
   
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post #1937 of 11740
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This build just looks amazing.

Thanks thumb.gif
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Again, you'd have to compromise. Good bye hard drive rack for those who are using them. Reference GTX 670 PCB's are the size of the motherboard's length, so a motherboard could be using all of the racks for hard drives.

Like WALSRU, 2.5" SSD and HDD can be used.
With the mATX, sure you cant use the top HDD cage, but that's just three 3.5" HDD.
You would still have two 3.5" HDD and four 2.5" SSD/HDD, which is more then enough for many.

Also becaurse many have or get's a NAS which is almost just as good as internal HDD's, and then there isn't need for that many internal HDDs.

Im just saying, it is possible.
And I believe you would be able to sell just as many mATX prodigy as the ITX.
just saying thumb.gif
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We'll leave that up for discussion for our PM''s tongue.gif
post #1939 of 11740
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Originally Posted by Fruergaard View Post

Did a little digging, and well it turned out that some in a forum that we should not talk about have made the mATX mod.
Since I cant find it other places I have to link to it there:
http://www.tonymacx86.com/case-mods/63866-neilharts-prodigy-white-one-work-log-started-2.html
The back mod, ehm, could have been done better but very well, fine job.
About the HW selection, nothing to come for there either the cooling which is air coolers

Aww man... Oh well now I would have to say that I know for sure I am not the biggest fan of the standard horizontal layout of the mother board... It just seems so dirty.... If I had it up on its side like the original plan then everything can be showed much better imo. That said it would be very easy to leave it this way and do exactly what he did.
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Thanks thumb.gif
Like WALSRU, 2.5" SSD and HDD can be used.
With the mATX, sure you cant use the top HDD cage, but that's just three 3.5" HDD.
You would still have two 3.5" HDD and four 2.5" SSD/HDD, which is more then enough for many.
Also becaurse many have or get's a NAS which is almost just as good as internal HDD's, and then there isn't need for that many internal HDDs.
Im just saying, it is possible.
And I believe you would be able to sell just as many mATX prodigy as the ITX.
just saying thumb.gif

This! I definitely think that! Also your build turned out great! Love the way it looks thumb.gif
    
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We'll leave that up for discussion for our PM''s tongue.gif

Can't give you enough props for your activeness in the "hardcore" community. Still, you have to admit our reaction to this layout has to tell you something about the potential for an M-atx prodigy. Enough said, we'll leave the unofficial stuff to PM's. biggrin.gif
   
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