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post #2991 of 11727
The RAM slot placement shouldn't be as bad if you remove the fat heatsinks.

The only good placement for me is the CPU socket, but having those USB and SATA ports where they are seems tricky for people using a big heatsink. Looks-wise, it's
very clean, but seems more budget-oriented.

Let us know how it performs LRT!
    
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post #2992 of 11727
i dont like it where they placed the 3.0 header,sata, i like them to be on the top of the board so its easy to hide the cables on this case.
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post #2993 of 11727
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Originally Posted by longroadtrip View Post

It's here! band.gif

I quite like this look, and i know you have been waiting for it for a long time ha ha, all the top end boards that have been released for this form factor from asrock, asus, so far seem to OC very well and very easily, i am sure this will be no different, and it looks cooler.
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post #2994 of 11727
Just got my white Prodigy and everything looks fine except for the power and reset buttons. They have brownish marks on them like dirt or grime. What's the safest way to clean this soft-touch material?
post #2995 of 11727
Does any one know if the Dark Rock PRO 2 or Phanteks PH-TC14PE CPU cooler will fit in this case.
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post #2996 of 11727
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Originally Posted by Krymore View Post

Does any one know if the Dark Rock PRO 2 or Phanteks PH-TC14PE CPU cooler will fit in this case.

Almost all coolers fit in the case, it's the motherboard that is the restricting factor.
post #2997 of 11727
So I'm pretty excited, my orange Prodigy just showed up! Now I need to slowly accumulate the rest of the parts I need as I sell off stuff I don't need.

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post #2998 of 11727
I have an EVGA 4GB GTX670 SC. The stock cooler is too noisy for me so I'd like to replace it with an Arctic Cooling Accelero Twin Turbo II. Anyone know if my video card will still fit in this case if I install an Arctic Cooling Accelero Twin Turbo II on it?
post #2999 of 11727
On my previous ATI 4850 I used the Twin Turbo II for the same reason. I used it in the Prodigy as a backup when I had to RMA my 7850. Unfortunately, it doesn't fit in the case the way you would like rolleyes.gif. As you can see below, I had to do a little ghetto modding. I didn't mind this setup, because it was only for 3 weeks, but I wouldn't recommend it for the long run. Perhaps you can use the Thermalright T-rad2 GTX, it has a lower profile than the Twin Turbo II. But also a bit more expensive, though.

post #3000 of 11727
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Originally Posted by Scorpion49 View Post

So I'm pretty excited, my orange Prodigy just showed up! Now I need to slowly accumulate the rest of the parts I need as I sell off stuff I don't need.
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The orange one looks awesome, gonna make an itx haswell build in that. What cooling are you going to use? I notice you've removed the stock fan.
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