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@lucid: very nice, btw where is power on etc? biggrin.gif

It's on the window on the gpu-side of the case wink.gif
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Ya I had to sacrifice the side panel connectors for the window mod, but I probably would have removed them anyway since they just make a mess of cable management and prevent you from removing the side easily. Plus I like the look and feel of the vandal switch
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Random observation, the White prodigy shows up all sparkly under a black light, as if the paint on the metal work is full of metallic bits.
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No, I just have the radiator flipped and held by 2 long bolts instead of all 4. I also don't have any 5.25" bay brackets - just the fan controller on zip ties. Worked out fine, just barely. Push fans are on top of the case with Silverstone filters over them, and pull fans are under the radiator. The fans are held by strong double-sided tape so they are not budging, and they are resting on the roof of the case anyway.

thanks for your reply smile.gif i also tried using zip ties with the 2 fans in front of my aerocool strike x
can u please post some pics for reference? biggrin.gif of the fan controller and the h100i attachment from the inside and out..


also, did u use cathodes for your lighting? or led strip?
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Thought I would share some pictures of my Prodigy: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




























{/spoiler]

REALLY COOL!!!! I love this, it looks amazing. I hope you don't mind, but I'm going to be that guy that asks a billion questions xD (More so parts than anything)

What are you using for the power button, it looks like some metal thing? Is that 2 rads I see (what brand/model)? Did you sleeve the cables yourself (or did you get them from somewhere)? What fittings are those? Temperatures?

Okay so not as many questions as I thought I'd ask, I'm still working out the details in my build as I have some time until I get the funds. Ah! This looks so nice! thumb.gif Nice work!
    
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Thought I would share some pictures of my Prodigy: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




























{/spoiler]

REALLY COOL!!!! I love this, it looks amazing. I hope you don't mind, but I'm going to be that guy that asks a billion questions xD (More so parts than anything)

What are you using for the power button, it looks like some metal thing? Is that 2 rads I see (what brand/model)? Did you sleeve the cables yourself (or did you get them from somewhere)? What fittings are those? Temperatures?

Okay so not as many questions as I thought I'd ask, I'm still working out the details in my build as I have some time until I get the funds. Ah! This looks so nice! thumb.gif Nice work!

Vandal switch

Bitspower fittings

Cables are custom, but he may have outsourced

No idea on rads..
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REALLY COOL!!!! I love this, it looks amazing. I hope you don't mind, but I'm going to be that guy that asks a billion questions xD (More so parts than anything)

What are you using for the power button, it looks like some metal thing? Is that 2 rads I see (what brand/model)? Did you sleeve the cables yourself (or did you get them from somewhere)? What fittings are those? Temperatures?

Okay so not as many questions as I thought I'd ask, I'm still working out the details in my build as I have some time until I get the funds. Ah! This looks so nice! thumb.gif Nice work!

Thanks man!

Power button: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=22162

Rads: 2 Black ice stealth 240mm

Cables: I actually built them from the ground up. First time I custom sleeved, so I thought I might as well go big. Bought wire, crimping materials, and MDPC sleeving. Not a perfect job but definitely happy with them for my first time. I'm going to be posting a lot more pics of my sleeving and cable routing in my build log (sig).

Bitspower black sparkle fittings

As far as temps I'm still working on the overclocks. I am having some weird voltage issues with the motherboard so the CPU is being troublesome. I did delid the processor (3570k) so the temps should be very good if I can get it stable. Graphics card loads at low 40s.

PM me if you have any more questions, I'd be happy to help.
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Originally Posted by Dmz96 View Post

REALLY COOL!!!! I love this, it looks amazing. I hope you don't mind, but I'm going to be that guy that asks a billion questions xD (More so parts than anything)

What are you using for the power button, it looks like some metal thing? Is that 2 rads I see (what brand/model)? Did you sleeve the cables yourself (or did you get them from somewhere)? What fittings are those? Temperatures?

Okay so not as many questions as I thought I'd ask, I'm still working out the details in my build as I have some time until I get the funds. Ah! This looks so nice! thumb.gif Nice work!

Thanks man!

Power button: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=22162

Rads: 2 Black ice stealth 240mm

Cables: I actually built them from the ground up. First time I custom sleeved, so I thought I might as well go big. Bought wire, crimping materials, and MDPC sleeving. Not a perfect job but definitely happy with them for my first time. I'm going to be posting a lot more pics of my sleeving and cable routing in my build log (sig).

Bitspower black sparkle fittings

As far as temps I'm still working on the overclocks. I am having some weird voltage issues with the motherboard so the CPU is being troublesome. I did delid the processor (3570k) so the temps should be very good if I can get it stable. Graphics card loads at low 40s.

Dude that's bad-ass.. never heard of anyone making their own cables from the ground-up
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Thought I would share some pictures of my Prodigy:
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Looks great, really reminds me of the Signularity Computers Prodigy build; a lot of the same components and colours. Did you take inspiration from him?
    
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Did this little project for some kicks. Just wanted to see what the outcome would be...cant wait to get on with the real panel biggrin.gif It is really hard to see in this picture as I cannot show it with side mounted LEDs mad.gif But hopefully you guys can see what I have here biggrin.gif
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