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Yes, you will have to mod the drive bay though...
Oh, you just have to cut it down in length?
Is there any other place in the case were u can fit a fancontroller without much modding?
post #6572 of 11741
You can do like I did and reverse the front panel...10 rivets is all it is...took me almost 15 minutes to do it.




Otherwise, yes, you will have to cut the stock drive bay down or run your fans outside the case. thumb.gif
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Oh nice!
Is it possible to switch the sidepanels around? I want window on the other side so you can see the motherboard etc!
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You will have a problem with that model 680. That looks like a triple-height pci-e card and that's not going to fit in the prodigy, dual-height is the maximum. The h80i is fine. The power supply looks to be modular at 160mm depth, that might be tough to fit the cabling without doing a depth modification like adding standoffs to the backplate. Something in either a 140mm or 150mm depth will be a better fit without any mods.[

Would this fit in the prodigy case?
Thanks again for your help.

Corsair Professional Series HX+ 750W '80+ Gold' Modular Power Supply (CP-9020031-UK)
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Oh nice!
Is it possible to switch the sidepanels around? I want window on the other side so you can see the motherboard etc!

Yes, you can use the side panels on either side, but the windowed panel sold by Bitfenix isn't centered, so it will look a little funny unless you do your own window.

@psychicone...that PSU is 180mm deep...please refer to the OP or Post #2 for PSU measurements and compatibility.
Edited by longroadtrip - 4/8/13 at 11:19am
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You will have a problem with that model 680. That looks like a triple-height pci-e card and that's not going to fit in the prodigy, dual-height is the maximum. The h80i is fine. The power supply looks to be modular at 160mm depth, that might be tough to fit the cabling without doing a depth modification like adding standoffs to the backplate. Something in either a 140mm or 150mm depth will be a better fit without any mods.[

Would this fit in the prodigy case?
Thanks again for your help.

Corsair Professional Series HX+ 750W '80+ Gold' Modular Power Supply (CP-9020031-UK)
That psu is over 160mm long and will not fit without modification. The MAX depth dimension for the prodigy without modification is 160mm. Modular needs to be 140-150mm
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That psu is over 160mm long and will not fit without modification. The MAX depth dimension for the prodigy without modification is 160mm. Modular needs to be 140-150mm

Thanks for that. Any recommendations for a good power supply about 750w that will fit easily in the Prodigy case?
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I don't have this case but I am thinking about switching from my Lian Li Q08 to this one. I currently have an h60 cooling my 3770k and I am thinking about getting a another h60 or closed loop cooler for my 7950 with the triptcc bracket. will both fit in the bitfenix? gpu h60 on the rear vent and cpu cooler on the roof?

the q08 is a bit of a cram, messed up my sata connectors on my SSD. the prodigy seems more roomy with cable management so probably not a problem, right?
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My recent prodigy build, I would say it's finished, but there's always new things I want to do the machine, my only limit is money (a big limit I guess.

Sorry about the crap images, my big fancy camera is broken frown.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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My recent prodigy build, I would say it's finished, but there's always new things I want to do the machine, my only limit is money (a big limit I guess.

Sorry about the crap images, my big fancy camera is broken frown.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Well to be honest i Think it's a cool build thumb.gif
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