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Adding my own windows (just waiting on molding/acrylic). Thinking of tearing up the front panel to have a 230mm poke out -- mounted from the front.







Nice

and:thumb: go For it
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Why would anyone under clock? I dont mean to sound stupid but I don't see a point in it tongue.gif

Power saving typically.
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Originally Posted by RandomHer0 View Post

Finally

ADD ME biggrin.gif



Won't be posting a picture of the whole rig till it's completely done (cable management and all) but check out the build log to see what's happening. Hopefully some people interested in water cooling their prodigy can get some ideas from it (just as I did from other build logs here!!)

Very nice, I've always wanted to see one of those 690 blocks in the prodigy.
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Power saving typically.

Power saving....thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

I HAVE THE POWER!!!!! Give me full power or take away my Prodigy!!! OK, don't take it away. I am not into energy saving for the PC. Anywhere else fine tongue.gif
post #5275 of 11740
Hi,

Is there spot for a 240 X 45 rad in this case?

Jingway pump and little ek res rolleyes.gif
post #5276 of 11740
I saw someone using these things back in the thread earlier, they were brackets to hold a 5.25 bay device that had been stripped of it's tray (think fan controller). I think they used them in order to install a 240 rad up top but maintain the top bay, no I don't want to rotate the front of the case as I need the bottom hdd bays for 3.5" drives.

Anyone able to redirect me to the appropriate place to purchase them biggrin.gif?

Thanks!
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I saw someone using these things back in the thread earlier, they were brackets to hold a 5.25 bay device that had been stripped of it's tray (think fan controller). I think they used them in order to install a 240 rad up top but maintain the top bay, no I don't want to rotate the front of the case as I need the bottom hdd bays for 3.5" drives.

Anyone able to redirect me to the appropriate place to purchase them biggrin.gif?

Thanks!

http://www.caselabs-store.com/flex-bay-5-25-device-mount-short/
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Appreciate the link, looks like just what I needed.
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Appreciate the link, looks like just what I needed.

You're very welcome thumb.gif
post #5280 of 11740
Finally i put some work into the prodigy over the weekend thumb.gif

I am almost done .... I am in the final stage i promise ill upload some pictures tonight or tomorrow .... I just have one question...

I am using the MCP-35x with PWM control ... i also have the bitfenix recon and i was wondering if i could use it just to control the speed of the pump since i am going to be powering it with the molex connector .... i read somewhere that you shouldn't connect the pump to the fan controller at all but i wanted to ask here first because i dont want to mess it up ....

If anyone has some info on this i would appreciate the help

Thanks

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