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can someone give me the exact internal height (mm) of the prodigy, the website says 250mm but how accurate is this?, I want to fit the Asrock z77e-itx in portrait orientation, i.e. like in a normal case above a psu, the mobo says it is 170mm tall and the psu is 86mm tall which adds up to 256mm, will it fit??

Why not just mount the psu behind the mobo?

Inspiration: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313366/mod-project-prodigious-bitfenix-prodigy-matx-watercooled-and-more/500_100#post_19166722
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can someone give me the exact internal height (mm) of the prodigy, the website says 250mm but how accurate is this?, I want to fit the Asrock z77e-itx in portrait orientation, i.e. like in a normal case above a psu, the mobo says it is 170mm tall and the psu is 86mm tall which adds up to 256mm, will it fit??

Adamski07's build utilizes an M-ATX board. i think it will work fine with some modding thumb.gif
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I've actually wondered if temps would be better, my 230mm fan up front blows in so much air but I feel a lot of it go out the side panel holes.

How do you have your other fans set up though? It could simply be creating positive amounts of pressure within the case. Positive pressure doesn't necessarily mean lower temps.
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Why not just mount the psu behind the mobo?

Inspiration: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313366/mod-project-prodigious-bitfenix-prodigy-matx-watercooled-and-more/500_100#post_19166722

Lol yeh I could but that wouldn't be original wink.gif anyways the height is 310mm I just read the width to be the height in a moment of panic wackosmiley.gif
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Why not just mount the psu behind the mobo?

Inspiration: http://www.overclock.net/t/1313366/mod-project-prodigious-bitfenix-prodigy-matx-watercooled-and-more/500_100#post_19166722

Lol yeh I could but that wouldn't be original wink.gif anyways the height is 310mm I just read the width to be the height in a moment of panic wackosmiley.gif

Does that height include the flex-feet or not?
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How do you have your other fans set up though? It could simply be creating positive amounts of pressure within the case. Positive pressure doesn't necessarily mean lower temps.

I have the front 230 as intake, one 120mm up top as intake and then I have push/pull on my TPC 812 HSF, GTX 670 intake through side grill/mesh.

GPU rarely gets past 72C while playing games and I don't really hear it ever so just would rather not make it worse by doing a window, but thought it may make it better idk.
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Could someone kindly tell me if the PCU cage panels in the above pics are custom made, or could be purchased??? If I could get my hands on a pair of solid ones (without the cutouts), I'd be super happy.

Just came across this in case you're interested

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=130_314&products_id=22047
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Just came across this in case you're interested

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=130_314&products_id=22047

Thanks, but it seems like just a stock piece of aluminum. I was hoping for something already shaped and bent.
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Just came across this in case you're interested

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=130_314&products_id=22047

Thanks, but it seems like just a stock piece of aluminum. I was hoping for something already shaped and bent.

Haha no. That's where the fun comes in. I was just giving you something to work with wink.gif

Edit. why does it need to be bent?
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anyone got idea how cover those ugly holes after removing handles/feet?
 
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