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Isn't mine, but if someone is curios to see how looks H100i inside, here the Build Log

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Would love to see more, but the site you linked to requires registration before being able to see the pics :-(
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Only one issue in mounting Phobya 200 is side panel, I think if You mount it off axis of the case, closer to left side it'll be ok wink.gif
Of course You have to take off ODD cage.


Bitfenix Spectre 230mm on front rad, I had to drill some holes to mount it to the front of the case. 240 is moved a little to the back.

Don't look at the cables, work in progress biggrin.gif

Thanhks Qrchak - sorry but could you please explain what do you mean when you say "mount it off axis"?

Also, you mentioned that the 230mm on front rad requires a bit of modifications, would this still be needed if I use a Bitfenix Spectre 200mm?

Another random question - is there a reason why almost everyone with a phobya 200mm use a push setup instead of a pull (trying to hide the black - white and pink theme)

ICECO - thanks for the reply but I don't think I can fit a fan controller on the optical bay. Don't think a 240mm and 200mm setup will allow much space for that (I could be wrong - can anyone show a picture of this fitting?)

You *could* fit a fan controller up top if you're creative (cutting off the metal side tabs). As for "hiding* the radiator, why not just paint the casing white or pink ? tongue.gif
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Thanhks Qrchak - sorry but could you please explain what do you mean when you say "mount it off axis"?

I ment mounting rad closer to the left side of the case, leaving more space on the right for side panel.
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Also, you mentioned that the 230mm on front rad requires a bit of modifications, would this still be needed if I use a Bitfenix Spectre 200mm?

About "modifications" this picture shows You what I mean:



Lower screws fits the holes in fan chassis, upper holes I've drilled.
I don't know if Spectre 200 + Phobya 200 will fit to Prodigy without modifications. In this case problem is size of the rad. With pull setup it should be easier, there will be more space.
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Another random question - is there a reason why almost everyone with a phobya 200mm use a push setup instead of a pull (trying to hide the black - white and pink theme)

I don't really know, it seems properly wink.gif I'd rather like push than pull setup biggrin.gif
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ICECO - thanks for the reply but I don't think I can fit a fan controller on the optical bay. Don't think a 240mm and 200mm setup will allow much space for that (I could be wrong - can anyone show a picture of this fitting?)

There's enough space for controller, You just have to figure out how to mount it with out ODD cage wink.gif
 
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I had to share my reaction when I first saw the Bitfenix Prodigy

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Hey everyone I am kinda confused in regards to which size fan you use on the front RADs that everyone is using on their builds.... So if someone could help me figure this out or what is ideal settings that would be great.

If the rad on front was

200mm what size fan? 200? 230?

180mm what size fan? 170/180/200/230? (microcenter near me seems to only sell 170-200 no 180s


I think my buddies and I are going to do top 240 as intake front 180/200 as intake and rear as exhaust... still deciding colors (really gotta remind myself this case is small so even matching everything you really do not see much anyways frown.gif.
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@nycste I have a 200mm Spectre Pro in the front of my case.

Overall just finished my own Prodigy (Red) and couldn't be happier. It does act a little strange however with all SDD's. I've noticed that there is a slight lag when i tell it to open up minimized windows like Chrome or other applications, or drag windows around my screen. Not sure what is causing it, but other than that, the system is blindingly fast.

I'll try to post pictures when i get a chance.
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Nycste, for Phobya 200 you can use 180, 200 or 230 because of shrouds added to this rad, for 180 rad simply use 180 fan wink.gif

Einher, i would try to reinstall GPU driver.
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Hey everyone I am kinda confused in regards to which size fan you use on the front RADs that everyone is using on their builds.... So if someone could help me figure this out or what is ideal settings that would be great.

If the rad on front was

200mm what size fan? 200? 230?

180mm what size fan? 170/180/200/230? (microcenter near me seems to only sell 170-200 no 180s


I think my buddies and I are going to do top 240 as intake front 180/200 as intake and rear as exhaust... still deciding colors (really gotta remind myself this case is small so even matching everything you really do not see much anyways frown.gif.

No you see a LOT. http://www.overclock.net/t/1275419/build-log-liquid-prodigy-bitfenix-prodigy-m-itx-watercooled-gaming-build-white

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Don't think it is my drivers, but i could be wrong. I had to roll back my 610 drivers to 607.97 (Borderlands 2 ones), because the new drivers were making my games unplayable. It was like trying to play underwater, with how laggy everything was.
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Thinking about having my prodigy hydrodipped with arctic digital camo on it. Thoughts?
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