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How does that H100i perform there with the front panel on? I've got a 120mm rad there but I'm not sure if the fan is able to push any air through it. I'm considering a mesh front panel

Nice build by the way

Well according to my digital wall clock (lol), the temperature is about 21-22C ambient. I'm idling at 24/29/32/33 at the cores according to HWMonitor. Load with 2 passes of IBT put me at 49/55/56/60 peak temps. I'd say that it works pretty decently smile.gif
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All I can say is that she is a very lucky lady! smile.gif

Thanks lol! I actually didn't have to spend much money since I had most of this stuff just laying around anyway. She has never gamed before buts wants to get started thumb.gif
    
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Migration to the Bitfenix Prodigy Mini-ITX thumb.gif
Cable management still a mess but was eager to post. Gonna grab another 120mm fan (short changed one on the purchase order tongue.gif). Liked the old case a lot, just temps were too high. Loving the new one much more though.




Edited by muffe - 3/24/13 at 6:32pm
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Originally Posted by karmuhhhh View Post

Yay for the Prodigy. I just finished up this build for my girlfriend:





I hope she enjoys it, lol.

 

Nicely done, it looks very clean thumbsupsmiley.png

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Can someone please share their OC settings for the Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe board, i5/i7?
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this my prodigy build..enjoy:thumb: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



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halo...
i want to ask about my usb 3.0 port in my bitfenix prodigy...
my FD and HDD (usb 2.0) external dont work if i put in there ( they say my FD need to format )....but if i put in back it work well...
i try to put my FD and HDD in diffrent PC it work well to...
i already check my usb 3.0 hub is plug on the right place on my mobo....
nb : i use mobo asrock-itx z77
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Hi,

New prodigy owner here. Just trying to get my head around fan optimisation. I have a H60 CPU cooler currently exhausting out the back, and a spectre pro 230mm as front intake. Then an MSI Twin Frozr 7950 which does exhaust warm air into the case.

The H60 fan is on the CPU header of my motherboard so is quiet enough at idle (about 1000rpm) but the spectre pro is pretty noisy running off the PSU. I'd like to install the 7v adapter to quiet it down, but I couldn't find any info as to what that does to the airflow.

I'm fairly happy with temps at the moment (63c running prime95 @4GHz - my motherboard is a gigabyte one so doesn't allow voltage adjustments), but with both CPU and GPU working away the inside of the case does get fairly warm, and therefore the exhaust from the H60 gets a little warm too (still manages to stay at 63c though)

I'm wondering whether I should switch the H60 to intake to ensure the CPU gets nice fresh air, and add the included spectre 120mm as a top rear exhaust? any thoughts?


edit: hmm, that top exhaust fan might not be an issue - I'm about 5mm out because of my bluray drive.. has anyone ever just stuck an exhaust fan on with double sided tape? tongue.gif or perhaps drill new holes 5mm over?
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So I just bought the mesh front panel, looks good besides that the frame doesn't match my Atomic Orange Prodigy. I'm planning to repaint the mesh with Atomic Orange and the frame as black. What do you think?

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I think the black works ok. Maybe have an orange Bitfenix badge?

does the solid front panel impact airflow much? I have a white one but was wondering about getting a black mesh front.
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Would i be correct in saying you are using tie wraps to hold hands on the Noctua cooler? I did that with mine at first but then realised the fans were such a good fit they hold themselves in place without fixings. Also, after extensive tests the rear cooler fan makes no difference when using a a rear fan in the Bitfenix Prodigy due to the close proximity.
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