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post #5981 of 11741
Hey guys I'm planning on building a godly gaming system for a pal and was wondering if I could fit an SSD, HDD, and H100i in here? I'm not going to use an optical disk drive so I'm hoping it's possible. Thanks!
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post #5982 of 11741
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Originally Posted by SammichThyme View Post

Hey guys I'm planning on building a godly gaming system for a pal and was wondering if I could fit an SSD, HDD, and H100i in here? I'm not going to use an optical disk drive so I'm hoping it's possible. Thanks!

Yeah that will all fit easily. I've managed to fit 2 SSD's, 2 HDD's, a 240mm & 120mm rads, pump, reservoir etc
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post #5983 of 11741
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Originally Posted by iwalkwithedead View Post

I as well to be honest, I mean once you get a great brand it's hard to branch out when you know it will always do good for you. Could you do a Super Pi test at 1M?

At 1M I get 9.433 seconds and at 2M I get 21.386 seconds.

I'm not running any overclocks at the moment
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post #5984 of 11741
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Originally Posted by G18 x UK View Post

At 1M I get 9.433 seconds and at 2M I get 21.386 seconds.

I'm not running any overclocks at the moment

Nice thank you.
post #5985 of 11741
Can you get an ODD with a H100 in there?
I didn't think you could as the H100 will take up the space the ODD needs.
post #5986 of 11741
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Originally Posted by Phunky Phish View Post

Can you get an ODD with a H100 in there?
I didn't think you could as the H100 will take up the space the ODD needs.

Well he said he is not going to use a ODD, but if he does then just do a minor mod of flipping the front panel and having the ODD at the bottom or use an external one like I do and mount it underneath with Velcro
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post #5987 of 11741
Ah, I missed where he said no ODD.
Even easier to do if he uses 2 1/2" drives!
post #5988 of 11741
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Originally Posted by G18 x UK View Post

Yeah that will all fit easily. I've managed to fit 2 SSD's, 2 HDD's, a 240mm & 120mm rads, pump, reservoir etc
Thanks +rep
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post #5989 of 11741
Hello world, I'm the new guy here. I currently have a Toshiba L455D laptop and no longer need a portable computer. I am in the process of planning a build up on a white Bitfenix Prodigy. Sorry. . .I havn't bought the thing yet, but I will soon. I am going to take the white Prodigy and add the following. . . .

Case- Bitfenix Prodigy, white
Keyboard- Logitech wireless solar.
Mouse- something wireless, black and white.
Power Supply- ?
Motherboard- ? Something to fit an i5
CPU Cooler- Something tall and quiet that fills up all that empty space above the board
Ram- Brand? 8 gigs (all I really need to run my linux and just about any software I may use)
Hard Disk- one of those new SSD's
Graphics Card- Some dual slot NVIDIA to fill those pretty slots out back
Optical- A nice black bezeled blu ray burner
Software- Linux Mint 14 Nadia Cinnamon (64bit)
Audio- some nice 2.1 speakers, black and white
Monitor- A new flat panel, something to replace my old CRT bubble sitting in the closet

I have never built a computer from the ground up, nor do I have much experience with towers. The last desktop computer I owned was a PowerMac 9600/233with a dual Sonnet G4 upgrade. Bought it second hand bone stock and maxed it out to the limit as it aged until it burned up and the motherboard became a wall decoration in a friend's kitchen. I personally think the prodigy is the best looking case I have seen yet. I am a little worried about fit and finish and assembly line quality control. I have heard many complaints already.

I do not know much about computers in general. I use Linux Mint not for the power of linux, but for the ease of use. I grew up a mac user and began using Linux when windows took a nose dive from one of my point and click adventures in the file system. I hope to have my whole system purchased and assembled within a month or so.

Thanks,
Zach
post #5990 of 11741
Updated my build log with wiring and final pics (link in sig if you want to check it out)
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