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FYI, guys:-
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Hi Danny,
The Black Megahalems is compatible with MSI Z77IA-E53.
• Ram clearance -> If you install 25mm thickness fan (12025 or 14025 fan) on black Megahalems, it might block one RAM.
• Blocking the GPU between CPU socket and PCIE slot – it must be clearance without any issue. -> Black Megahalems won't block the GPU between CPU socket and PCIE slot.
Thank you for supporting Prolimatech.
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For the 2nd point, it would be true only if you install the heatsink parallel to the pci. Installing perpendicular to the pci will block it as the HS is over 95mm.
You're best air option would be to use a NH-U9B SE2 on motherboards with sockets placed close to the PCI.
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Originally Posted by danny.nguyen View Post

FYI, guys:-
Copied and pasted.
Hi Danny,
The Black Megahalems is compatible with MSI Z77IA-E53.
• Ram clearance -> If you install 25mm thickness fan (12025 or 14025 fan) on black Megahalems, it might block one RAM.
• Blocking the GPU between CPU socket and PCIE slot – it must be clearance without any issue. -> Black Megahalems won't block the GPU between CPU socket and PCIE slot.
Thank you for supporting Prolimatech.
Best regards,
**************************************
Selena Lee
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E-mail:hy.lee@prolimatech.com
Visit our Website at: www.prolimatech.com
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For the 2nd point, it would be true only if you install the heatsink parallel to the pci. Installing perpendicular to the pci will block it as the HS is over 95mm.
You're best air option would be to use a NH-U9B SE2 on motherboards with sockets placed close to the PCI.
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Well a bit of bad news to start off the day. Powered up the pump overnight for a second leak test, and when I shut it down, the return line from the rad to the pump started to leak at the rotary joint of one of the 90° double rotary compression fittings. Only after the pump stops though, and not while it's running. Strange circumstance for a leak, and not but a few drops over about 10 minutes after the pump is powered down.

Ofc it's the line behind everything else, so it all has to be disassembled to remove the offending leaky fitting. This is gonna be fun... rolleyes.gif


No matter, I was just going to run it for a week to ensure it all was working perfectly, and then pull everything to de-lid the 3570k anyway. Still, it's not something I want to take apart more times than I have to, so I may just test on the OEM hs for a day or three and de-lid before putting it all back together.


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That might work thinking.gif
Thanks +rep!
No room in the front due to my res/pum combo & I don't really wanna mod anything @ the bottom.


Thanks! Which pump/res are you using, out of curiosity? I am running an Apogee Drive II w/ an Aquaero 5 LT for control myself, sans reservoir in order to make a little more room for everything else. I would've used a Tecnofront Nano if I could've found some left over stock in black, but... frown.gif


It looks cavernous inside, aside from where the pump/fittings/tubing are at. Lol! A Prodigy...cavernous! biggrin.gif


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Thanks guys! Wow, I can't believe I got into HOF first! Just like before on LBA club. Unfortunately, I don't have any pics for it yet. I'll send it to you STT once I get one ready. Thank you so much! thumb.gif

Grats! Very inspirational build you've got going on there! Noice! thumb.gif

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it is possible to mount 120mm fans on top externally right? i'm in need of drives, so if i get this case i would def. install only one 120mm rad on top instead of the back, and im just planning to mount 2 fans exteriorly so it looks even and such. im configuring a prodigy build now (beta testing lol), and im planning to open a thread to collect information of what people would pick (GTX680+3770K or GTX680 and 3930K), just out of curiosity.


Oh yeah, you can definitely fit a couple of 120 mm fans externally on the roof. That's exactly where I went with mine, although a filler plate to replace the mesh is necessary to keep it looking clean. I used an XSPC 240 mm rad gasket, and the remnants left over from it to create a seal between the filler plate and the radiator so the Xinrullian 2000 rpm fans I'm using would be at their most effective. I'd go with a 240 mm radiator up top, unless you just have to have the 5 1/4" bay for something else. Just my 2 ¢.

As far as drives go, I'm mounting:

(1) 128 Gb Samsung 840 Pro (OS drive)

(1) 64 Gb Crucial M4 (SRT cache duty)

(1) WD Velociraptor 500 Gb WD5000HHTZ

(1) Seagate 3 Tb ST3000DM01

Anything more I may need is handled by an Akasa Baymaster S (dock/card reader), which will be mounted externally in my 6 ch. class D amp chassis I made, that also serves as a monitor stand. Or another e-SATA dock I have that is capable of mounting 3.5" or 2.5" drives. tongue.gif


I'm still debating w/ myself what I'm going to do with this 750 Gb Momentus XT, maybe nom noms for the dock, or I may just return it.
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Well a bit of bad news to start off the day. Powered up the pump overnight for a second leak test, and when I shut it down, the return line from the rad to the pump started to leak at the rotary joint of one of the 90° double rotary compression fittings. Only after the pump stops though, and not while it's running. Strange circumstance for a leak, and not but a few drops over about 10 minutes after the pump is powered down.
Ofc it's the line behind everything else, so it all has to be disassembled to remove the offending leaky fitting. This is gonna be fun... rolleyes.gif
No matter, I was just going to run it for a week to ensure it all was working perfectly, and then pull everything to de-lid the 3570k anyway. Still, it's not something I want to take apart more times than I have to, so I may just test on the OEM hs for a day or three and de-lid before putting it all back together.
Thanks! Which pump/res are you using, out of curiosity? I am running an Apogee Drive II w/ an Aquaero 5 LT for control myself, sans reservoir in order to make a little more room for everything else. I would've used a Tecnofront Nano if I could've found some left over stock in black, but... frown.gif
It looks cavernous inside, aside from where the pump/fittings/tubing are at. Lol! A Prodigy...cavernous! biggrin.gif
Grats! Very inspirational build you've got going on there! Noice! thumb.gif
Oh yeah, you can definitely fit a couple of 120 mm fans externally on the roof. That's exactly where I went with mine, although a filler plate to replace the mesh is necessary to keep it looking clean. I used an XSPC 240 mm rad gasket, and the remnants left over from it to create a seal between the filler plate and the radiator so the Xinrullian 2000 rpm fans I'm using would be at their most effective. I'd go with a 240 mm radiator up top, unless you just have to have the 5 1/4" bay for something else. Just my 2 ¢.
As far as drives go, I'm mounting:
(1) 128 Gb Samsung 840 Pro (OS drive)
(1) 64 Gb Crucial M4 (SRT cache duty)
(1) WD Velociraptor 500 Gb WD5000HHTZ
(1) Seagate 3 Tb ST3000DM01
Anything more I may need is handled by an Akasa Baymaster S (dock/card reader), which will be mounted externally in my 6 ch. class D amp chassis I made, that also serves as a monitor stand. Or another e-SATA dock I have that is capable of mounting 3.5" or 2.5" drives. tongue.gif
I'm still debating w/ myself what I'm going to do with this 750 Gb Momentus XT, maybe nom noms for the dock, or I may just return it.

thanks for that idea. im planning to put a drive and a fan controller in with the converter thingy i found for $15, and so it blocks the space, so im just going with a 180mm and 120mm rad, but if i find alternative ways, im plannign of putting 240+180mm, with the fans of 240 being outside. im guessing then it can house and keep a 690 cool?
     
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Well a bit of bad news to start off the day. Powered up the pump overnight for a second leak test, and when I shut it down, the return line from the rad to the pump started to leak at the rotary joint of one of the 90° double rotary compression fittings. Only after the pump stops though, and not while it's running. Strange circumstance for a leak, and not but a few drops over about 10 minutes after the pump is powered down.
Ofc it's the line behind everything else, so it all has to be disassembled to remove the offending leaky fitting. This is gonna be fun... rolleyes.gif
No matter, I was just going to run it for a week to ensure it all was working perfectly, and then pull everything to de-lid the 3570k anyway. Still, it's not something I want to take apart more times than I have to, so I may just test on the OEM hs for a day or three and de-lid before putting it all back together.
Thanks! Which pump/res are you using, out of curiosity? I am running an Apogee Drive II w/ an Aquaero 5 LT for control myself, sans reservoir in order to make a little more room for everything else. I would've used a Tecnofront Nano if I could've found some left over stock in black, but... frown.gif
It looks cavernous inside, aside from where the pump/fittings/tubing are at. Lol! A Prodigy...cavernous! biggrin.gif

Dang that sucks.. at least you found it now & not later when it fried something. Been hearing about alot of leaks in Prodigy's lately.. i'll make sure to leak test mine for longer than 10 hours.

I'm using a Swiftech D5 with speed control. (Going to have it run @ 1 or 2. Going for more of a silent HTPC. My AP181 is going to be 5 volted & my top 2 GT AP-13's are gonna run @ 7 Volts. Still have yet to decide what back fan i'm going to purchase. O & almost forgot, my res & pump top are from Koolance. Not quite sure the name, but if you need more info on it I can look for it. Its one of two displayed on Koolance's website.
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thanks for that idea. im planning to put a drive and a fan controller in with the converter thingy i found for $15, and so it blocks the space, so im just going with a 180mm and 120mm rad, but if i find alternative ways, im plannign of putting 240+180mm, with the fans of 240 being outside. im guessing then it can house and keep a 690 cool?

Ah, gotcha. wink.gif One of the reasons I chose the Aquaero 5 LT was that I could fit it in between the NexXxos UT60 on the backside of the bay block off plate. Ofc, having a software interface eliminated the need for using the bay, which was a good thing that allowed mounting the 240 mm rad in the roof. The Apogee Drive II was extra useful, because it gave me the additional room to leave the lower drive bay intact. The M4 is mounted on the chassis floor, with the 3 Tb and Velociraptor mounted in their respective cages. That only left the 840 Pro, which is mounted on top of the drive bay w/ some of that super aggressive 3M double sided tape.

Gah! I shouldn't have let her take my camera to Columbus so I could show you guys some pics. -_-


O, and you should be fine with that rad combination. A 240 mm alone is more than enough to keep a 3570k & 670 well below TJ max as Mr Bean showed, and adding a second gpu to the mix shouldn't affect delta T's much more than a degree or three w/ plenty of headroom to spare. With that 180 mm rad up front though, you should be sitting pretty on temps as long as you're pairing it with a high static pressure fan like the Silverstone AP-182. thumb.gif


The AP-182, which is only available in white, unfortunately... mad.gif

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Dang that sucks.. at least you found it now & not later when it fried something. Been hearing about alot of leaks in Prodigy's lately.. i'll make sure to leak test mine for longer than 10 hours.
I'm using a Swiftech D5 with speed control. (Going to have it run @ 1 or 2. Going for more of a silent HTPC. My AP181 is going to be 5 volted & my top 2 GT AP-13's are gonna run @ 7 Volts. Still have yet to decide what back fan i'm going to purchase. O & almost forgot, my res & pump top are from Koolance. Not quite sure the name, but if you need more info on it I can look for it. Its one of two displayed on Koolance's website.


Yeah, it could've been a lot worse. thumb.gif Fortunately, I'm pretty OCD about fittings, that comes from having used aircraft fittings for a very, very long time (ex-military avionics tech & retired race car fabricator/mech. Plus, this is my 3rd wc build using rotaries). I'd be more suspect of leaks where a DDC pump is concerned, due to the higher head pressure, and it doesn't get much higher in pressure than an MCP-35X @ 12 vdc in an uber short loop. If it weren't for the pwm control on the 35x, I'd be tempted to swap out my DIYINHK Toshiba pump controller from my old DDC 1T.


Lol! I'm using an AP-181 too! wink.gif As far as the rear fan position goes, it's a very tight fit w/ a UT60 (because of the rear port/plug), but 140 x 25 mm's will fit. I have a Xinrullian 1350 rpm 140 mm back there (secondary intake fan). Very quiet, and nice static pressure too, the SPL ratings are very accurate on their fans. The only downside being sleeve bearings vs. ball bearings, but a bit of oiling every once in a blue moon is nothing. I use a PTFE based Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant Oil w/Teflon to pre-oil mine after flushing the factory machine oils out of them for super long lasting protection, even after all of the oil has run out.


You can get it here: http://www.amazon.com/Tri-Flow-Triflow-TriFlow-Superior-Lube/dp/B003UWHNUA


I know the ones (pump top & res). Those are pretty sweet. biggrin.gif


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Just an FYI since my systems not showing up in my posts for some strange reason. This is my parts list on my build.


Case: Modified Bitfenix Prodigy (ofc)

CPU: i5 3570K

GPU: MSi R7950 TF 3 (7970 ref. pcb)

Mobo: AsRock Z77e-itx

Mem: 8 Gb Samsung DDR3 1600 Mhz ELV

SSD's: Samsung 840 Pro & Crucial M4 (SRT cache drive)

HDD's: WD Velociraptor WD5000HHTZ & Seagate ST3000DM01

Fan/pump cntrl: Aquacomputer Aquaero 5 LT

CPU block: Swiftech Apogee Drive II

GPU block: Watercool Heatkiller GPU-x3 79x0 w/ back plate

Rad: Alphacool NexXxoS UT-60 240 mm

Fittings: Bitspower rotaries/compressions

Tube: MasterKleer Clear/UV active blue

Fans: Silverstone AP-181

XSPC Xinrullian 120 mm 2000 rpm (x2)

XSPC Xinrullian 140 mm 1350 rpm

PSU: Corsair AX-750 Pro w/ custom & cut to length wire harness. No sleeving this time, bare 18-24-26 ga. black wiring.

Remote: AsRock Smart Remote


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Edited by Teh Rav3n - 12/22/12 at 1:32pm
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ah i see, and if i mount the fan on the outside full 25mm support? from what i saw recently thats OK with the case.

Well, for me, I needed an ODD, that's wht i chose 120mm x 12mm. I will post my picture when it is done.
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Thanks for the comment, xbournex. Actually I will put the fan on the front of that HSF to take the heat out from GPU through that into the exhaust fan and also from the top into that too!

Anyway I will post my picture of complete PC next week I hope/
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Rav3n, its a huge post so im not quoting it and ruining everyone elses day lol. thanks man! i believe that 180mm and 120mm can handle a 690 and a 3770K, but im considering the need for a disc drive; the external ones are not much more expensive. thats IF i buy the prodigy, i can either buy one or go with a SM8 biggrin.gif
     
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OSX Sierra Retina Display 13" Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional 2 Magsafe 2 60W 
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MacBook Pro Retina 13" MX Master QCK JBL Flip 3 
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Sennheiser CX300-II Status Audio CB-1 TechnoShield Blue Marble Skin Magsafe to Magsafe 2 Adapter 
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Hey guys I need some help here.
I am trying to decide on what radiators I should go with for my build. I know this isn't the watercooling thread but figured it would be best to post with the case I am using. thumb.gif
Out of all options what would you guys choose?
2x240
1x240/1x200
1x240/1x120
I will be cooling a 2500k and a 670FTW. Both will be overclocked as well. I will also be needing a pump and fans biggrin.gif
I currently have an XSPC Raystorm and a BP Z Tank 150mm. I feel like such a noob asking all these questions but before I go hog wild and spend money I dont have I would like some input.
Do I go crossflow XSPC rads. or Alphacool? Thickness?
Thanks for all suggestions guys, I really appreciate any feedback. thumb.gif
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XSPC RS 240 XSPC EX 240 Silverstone Stider 500W  Bitfenix Prodigy 
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Blue Rain
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NZXT Vulcan
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HAF 922
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CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
i5 2500k 670 FTW G Skill Sniper Corsair GT 128GB 
CoolingCoolingPowerCase
XSPC RS 240 XSPC EX 240 Silverstone Stider 500W  Bitfenix Prodigy 
Mouse
R.A.T 7  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500k Asus Maximus V Gene EVGA 67-SC Kingston 4GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Corsair Force GT 120GB N/A Eheim 1046, XSPC Raystorm, 240mm Radiator Windows 7, VM- Mac OS, Ubuntu, Android, Windows... 
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Asus 24"  OCZ ZX850W NZXT Vulcan R.A.T 7 
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Intel i7 920 Asus P6X58d Premium HIS ATI 5870 Corsair Dominator 6 gigs 
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