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Cause I'm not sure how I could put those on the existing PSU. Mine is a fairly old one, but it still works great, and is a 550w. Plus, it's pretty small. It's not modular though. I kinda wish it was.

Ahh ok. Then your best bet is either buy a new PSU and make your own modded cables OR mod the existing cables with the guide I presented to you biggrin.gif. It should be helpful
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Ahh ok. Then your best bet is either buy a new PSU and make your own modded cables OR mod the existing cables with the guide I presented to you biggrin.gif. It should be helpful

Yeah, that is definitely helpful. It's pretty cool. I just tend to get bored easily I guess lol. Idk, maybe I have ADD or something.
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Yeah, that is definitely helpful. It's pretty cool. I just tend to get bored easily I guess lol. Idk, maybe I have ADD or something.

LOL Well once you get started there is no looking back biggrin.gif
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LOL Well once you get started there is no looking back biggrin.gif

Haha, yeah obviously.
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OK I started a new thread for the handles and feet!!! Check it out and lets get this rolling!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1360452/bitfenix-prodigy-handles-and-feet/0_50
post #5346 of 11741
Hmm, can someone with the NH-D14 cooler in their Prodigy help answer my question?

I wonder if I could use it in conjunction with the G.SKILL Ripjaw ram (the one with somewhat tall heatsink). Since I don't have access to my desktop right now, I can't really measure if it can sit properly (without getting squeezed by the heatsink/fan).
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Hmm, can someone with the NH-D14 cooler in their Prodigy help answer my question?

I wonder if I could use it in conjunction with the G.SKILL Ripjaw ram (the one with somewhat tall heatsink). Since I don't have access to my desktop right now, I can't really measure if it can sit properly (without getting squeezed by the heatsink/fan).

http://www.overclock.net/t/628569/official-noctua-nh-d14-club/1520
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My rig is 90% complete.
here the work log, updated today MONOCHROMOS worklog
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Nice. Will definitely post a (re)build log in like a month or so.
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Hmm..now I want to revive my Prodigy..I still have my Asrock Z77e-ITX and Prodigy just in case the urge overwhelms me..

Anyway not sure if someone already posted something similar to this since I can't remember reading any but heck hope this helps for those who wants a fan controller on their Prodigy smile.gif

Okay *breathes* ahem..In case you want to have a fan controller installed on your Prodigy whilst having to occupy the entire roof of the case then I suggest using the NZXT Sentry LXE "External" Fan controller. Catch is you need to use a single slot graphics card like the XFX HD7750 core edition, which by the way is really really sexy, or the Afox HD7850 single slot card so you can install the rear mounting plate for the internal fan connectors and external connector for the fan control panel. If you want a more powerful card than those two mentioned then you have no choice but to have a custom liquid cooling setup that includes the card in the loop BUT, the card has to have ALL the ports on one slot and then replace the dual slot backplate into a single one like those offered by EKWB.

I know the fan controller itself will mostly appeal to Star Trek buffs but this is the only solution I can think of without having to do some modding on the case tongue.gif Hope this helps and cheers!
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