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You may want to sit the PC on something other than carpet. If you also experience lots of static discharge due to your carpet, it would be wise to touch another piece of metal to discharge before touching the PC. If by chance you are still getting shocked, I would have your power supply looked at or even replaced
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Did you drag your feet on the carpet? biggrin.gif You might also consider getting a small humidifier to put just a little bit of moisture in the air. That will help with static electricity in the room.

Anyways, to your specific question, you can use standoffs to move the PSU...there's been a few people who have done that...
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@ motokill36. Cheers for that. It looks a bit tight!!
Can you get a pic showing the ODD cut out in relation to the top of the rad?
I see you don't have it set up as push/pull because of the roof mounted rad?
Thanks so much for the quick replies.

I just saw Phobya 200 rad! Do they make 2 then?!

Its in push pull in pics I posted but I have removed the inside fan as there was minimal difference in temps I can turn 200mm fan of and just run 240 rad fans and temps are good
Did you want pics of switch cable's in relation to rad
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is it possible to buy those handle/feet plastic thingies anywhere?
 
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is it possible to buy those handle/feet plastic thingies anywhere?

I will be making molds of them REAL SOON thumb.gif
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is it possible to buy those handle/feet plastic thingies anywhere?

Not by themself yet, unless you can find someone who had a Prodigy and doesn't want theirs.

As far as the PCU problem, I would say, depending on how bad the shock was, that the PCU isn't grounded properly (ground or power wire could be pinched somewhere), or you're simply building up too much static. Keep the computer off the ground, or put it on something that isn't conductive.
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I will be making molds of them REAL SOON thumb.gif

Nice!
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thx, realized, what was building the static, lack of humidity and the carpet, it was just there temporarily

qs, anyone know how to straighten the front bitfenix decal? mine is off center, not sure if that means i need a new front
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thx, realized, what was building the static, lack of humidity and the carpet, it was just there temporarily

qs, anyone know how to straighten the front bitfenix decal? mine is off center, not sure if that means i need a new front

That means you need an entire new case... But feel free to send me your "junk" one lol.
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thx, realized, what was building the static, lack of humidity and the carpet, it was just there temporarily

qs, anyone know how to straighten the front bitfenix decal? mine is off center, not sure if that means i need a new front

It's just held on with adhesive...It can be gently pried off and straightened pretty easily.
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