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So i bit the bullet and ordered a prodigy thumb.gif plan on doing a loop for the CPU and GPU

So far i have

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3770k
P8z77-i
GTX-670 FTW
Seasonic PSU
Samsung RAM
SSD

Watercooling parts
Swiftech 240mm slim Rad
A spare 655 pump

I read the OP and it said that the apogee drive II can cause some problems is there a link on how to fix it ????
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post #3832 of 11736
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Originally Posted by shremi View Post

So i bit the bullet and ordered a prodigy thumb.gif plan on doing a loop for the CPU and GPU
So far i have
Case
3770k
P8z77-i
GTX-670 FTW
Seasonic PSU
Samsung RAM
SSD
Watercooling parts
Swiftech 240mm slim Rad
A spare 655 pump
I read the OP and it said that the apogee drive II can cause some problems is there a link on how to fix it ????

1x 240mm slim rad will not effectively cool those parts
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post #3833 of 11736
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Originally Posted by shremi View Post

Watercooling parts
Swiftech 240mm slim Rad
A spare 655 pump
I read the OP and it said that the apogee drive II can cause some problems is there a link on how to fix it ????

You have to mount Apogee without original backplate, with some screws or something like that.
About rad, I think that it won't be enought to cool stuff You have. I've got Magicool 240 slim + Phobya 200 and wile I'm playing something coolant going to about 42 deg. C, and upper rad is quite warm. I'm going to make some modifications yet, so I think it'll be better wink.gif
 
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post #3834 of 11736
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Here are a few pictures of what I've been up too. I picked up the prodigy for $50 from NCIX during black friday week. I had it coated white with plasti dip but the finish didn't turn out well. After several days of scratching and scraping the plasti dip off, I finally had it cleaned up enough to paint it. This time I'm going for a baby blue and black color with rustoleum enamel. I have this motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131843
This will be a microsoft Server 2012 NAS/Server if everything pans out. I snagged a free copy of server 2012 with my microsoft dreamspark account. I'm hoping to use the new storage spaces feature to combine all my harddrives into a large protected virtual disk. I also have an xfx 5450 gpu that is going into this build. The amd C60 processor this build uses only consume around 10 watts of power, but is extremely slow. I found that with media player classic I was able to offload the HD playback to the gpu which allows me to watch 1080p video with this slow processor. I was pretty happy about that. I'm also modding a seasonic 350watt psu for this build. I have sleeving to sleeve it as well but it is extremely difficult to pull the atx pins out, even with the correct tools, so I don't know how well that will pan out. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





I cant wait to see the finished outcome!

BTW Adamski07, I have been following your build and I must say it is INCREDIBLE drool.gifthumb.gif

Can someone check out my Fortress of Solitude build? I already have the video card, case and power supply. I would like some feedback please and perhaps some help selecting the ram biggrin.gif
Edited by SonofJor-El - 1/5/13 at 5:00am
post #3835 of 11736
Semi finished build. Probably going to end up water cooling the 3570k. With the magicool 180. Don't really like the fan/hs facing the GPU.
post #3836 of 11736
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Semi finished build. Probably going to end up water cooling the 3570k. With the magicool 180. Don't really like the fan/hs facing the GPU.

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post #3837 of 11736
hi,

Just wondered if there's anyone else from New Zealand here? I'm planning a prodigy build but having some difficulty sourcing some of the parts...

(specifically bitfenix white fans, the recon fan controller, and a white PSU)

Cheers
Edited by ChloesDad - 1/5/13 at 9:39am
post #3838 of 11736
^^Looking good thumb.gif
post #3839 of 11736
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Originally Posted by davwman View Post

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^^Looking good thumb.gif
post #3840 of 11736
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Originally Posted by ChloesDad View Post

hi,
Just wondered if there's anyone else from New Zealand here? I'm planning a prodigy build but having some difficulty sourcing some of the parts..,
Cheers

talk to http://www.overclock.net/u/293735/randomher0 I know he is near Perth
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