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Originally Posted by longroadtrip View Post

@Lennyx..Really interesting work you are doing! Do you have a build log? thumb.gif Looking forward to seeing how your project turns out! biggrin.gif
I wondered if 2 240 rads would fit in the prodigy case and i could not find any info on it.
So the main reason i posted here was to show ppl that u can actually get 2 240 rads to fit.

I do not have a build log. I might just make on on these forums, since the build is fresh.
Its my first mod build and first time watercooling. So a build log would not be a dumb idea:)
post #7512 of 11741
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Originally Posted by Lennyx View Post

I wondered if 2 240 rads would fit in the prodigy case and i could not find any info on it.
So the main reason i posted here was to show ppl that u can actually get 2 240 rads to fit.

I do not have a build log. I might just make on on these forums, since the build is fresh.
Its my first mod build and first time watercooling. So a build log would not be a dumb idea:)

Man, I asked about this and was told no. Thank You for posting it.
post #7513 of 11741
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Originally Posted by Lennyx View Post

Im new to these forums. Im from Norway. So my English is not realy topnotch.
Anyway, my new build is a Prodigy case with Watercooling.

Hardware im gonna use:
Motherboard: Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe
Cpu: Intel I5 2500k
Memory: 8gb Kingston
Gpu: Evga Gtx 670 FTW

WC parts:
Ek Supremacy cpu block
Ek fc680 gtx csq gpu block
Mcp 655 pump with EK-D5 X-RES 100 CSQ
2 240/45mm Radiators.

Just test fitted the rads in front after some modding. The space is cramped.
But its gonna work out just fine. Gonna need to mod the sidepannels to be able to close them.


Wow, someone actually tried it... Nice job! thumb.gif

And by the way, your English is pretty good for a foreigner who didn't think it was great.
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Hello everyone.

The cable company finally came and restored my internet connection. Now that I'm able to connect this crappy old laptop of mine to the web once again, I shall share some new pictures of my build. Once again, sorry for the low quality pictures. I have a Boost Mobile phone. Due to budget constraints, this is probably the only low end Prodigy anyone will see on this forum. I've dubbed the name of this project "The Bootleg Bitfenix." No high end components will be going in here. Here is my little update of the first parts to make it into my Prodigy.



$94 spent
Inland PSU. . . .ok, it's not the best out there. . . but it was cheap.
LG burner. . . on sale for $13
Used WD 500 gig sata hard drive



Here are the goods installed with the extra power cables tucked out of sight for this photo shoot. And yes. . . I put the power cord in the case for now so it's not lost being that this build is going to take longer than expected.

The hard drive will be more than plenty for me to store all of my phone's backup info, some pictures and a few mp3 files. I plan to add a small SSD, to boot the operating system, in the tray under the hard drive when funding allows.

Mobo/CPU bundle from microcenter will be next.
Thanks,
Zach
post #7515 of 11741
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Originally Posted by barebackbadger View Post

... Uncle has cut my window in side panel, just waiting to pick it up..hope he as done a good job
Ordered my 2mm perspex, but a question:
How do i get the perspex to stick to the side panel? Glue, double sided tape?...

The guys at mnpctech.com have a great tutorial showing how to do this...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpZoE-zj0-k

Referring to Scotch 4010 at around 8:44 in...
http://www.mnpctech.com/scotch_4010_tape_of_the_casemod_gods.html
post #7516 of 11741
@longroadtrip - (please) ADD ME

So, I've lurked around here long enough and finally pulled the trigger.



Most of the parts for my build in progress. I'm going to call her 'Midnight Blue'. Alphacool ST30 240mm radiator and other water cooling parts will be included in build log I plan to put together.
post #7517 of 11741
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@longroadtrip - (please) ADD ME

So, I've lurked around here long enough and finally pulled the trigger.



Most of the parts for my build in progress. I'm going to call her 'Midnight Blue'. Alphacool ST30 240mm radiator and other water cooling parts will be included in build log I plan to put together.

500GB!!!!!! Mad-man! thumb.gif
post #7518 of 11741
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Originally Posted by Gup133 View Post

Hi guys,
I'm new coming from Italy, welcome all!
Starting my "Bloody Prodigy" mod project, fully watercooled; here you are mi rig:

Case: Bitfenix Prodigy (Red);
Cpu: AMD A-10 5800k (Trinity);
Mainboard: Asrock FM2A85X-ITX (Hudson D4);
Memory: 8gb (2x4gb) Patriot Viper3, Venom Red, DDR3-1600
Psu: Seasonic P-520 fanless 80+ platinum
SSD: Samsung 840 120Gb
Bay: Bitfenix Recon;
--Liquid Cooling--
Waterblock: EK-Supremacy CSQ - Acetal+Nickel
Pump: Laing DDC-1RT - 12V
Reservoir: EK-DDC X-RES 140 CSQ - Acetal
Fittings: Moonson 16/10
Radiator: XSPC EX240
Fan: 3x Alpenföhn 120mm Wing Boost Plus;

Pictures and Build Log will follow ASAP.
Please add me.

Marco



Guys,
This is the beginning of the BLOODY PRODIGY project





Waiting for sleeving and tubings (16/10) and the new Radiator:




First Impressions:
1. The Seasonic P-Series (fanless one) fits perfectly into the PSU cage, even without fighting;
2. Recon can't be installed into the 5,25" slot because of the XSPC EX240 crossflow (too long rad). So, I bought a new one (the EX240 "simple"), shorter than the previous one, hoping to let the Recon fit in. Obviously I'm going to remove the DVD cage, selfmaking 2 aluminium stands.
3. At the moment, waiting for the tubing, and for sleeved cables, I'm beginning to mount it in order to check spaces, hardware placemnts etc. etc.

Build in progress.....

ps: pardon me for my poor English.
post #7519 of 11741
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Originally Posted by Lennyx View Post

I wondered if 2 240 rads would fit in the prodigy case and i could not find any info on it.
So the main reason i posted here was to show ppl that u can actually get 2 240 rads to fit.

I do not have a build log. I might just make on on these forums, since the build is fresh.
Its my first mod build and first time watercooling. So a build log would not be a dumb idea:)

Really happy to see somebody try this! You should definitely do a build log thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by zachcolton2 View Post

Hello everyone.

The cable company finally came and restored my internet connection. Now that I'm able to connect this crappy old laptop of mine to the web once again, I shall share some new pictures of my build. Once again, sorry for the low quality pictures. I have a Boost Mobile phone. Due to budget constraints, this is probably the only low end Prodigy anyone will see on this forum. I've dubbed the name of this project "The Bootleg Bitfenix." No high end components will be going in here. Here is my little update of the first parts to make it into my Prodigy. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


$94 spent
Inland PSU. . . .ok, it's not the best out there. . . but it was cheap.
LG burner. . . on sale for $13
Used WD 500 gig sata hard drive

]

Here are the goods installed with the extra power cables tucked out of sight for this photo shoot. And yes. . . I put the power cord in the case for now so it's not lost being that this build is going to take longer than expected.

The hard drive will be more than plenty for me to store all of my phone's backup info, some pictures and a few mp3 files. I plan to add a small SSD, to boot the operating system, in the tray under the hard drive when funding allows.

Mobo/CPU bundle from microcenter will be next.
Thanks,
Zach

Happy to see you get started! Congratulations! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by TheBigE View Post

@longroadtrip - (please) ADD ME

So, I've lurked around here long enough and finally pulled the trigger.



Most of the parts for my build in progress. I'm going to call her 'Midnight Blue'. Alphacool ST30 240mm radiator and other water cooling parts will be included in build log I plan to put together.

Very nice! Going to be a beast!! thumb.gif Added! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Gup133 View Post

Guys,
This is the beginning of the BLOODY PRODIGY project
Warning: Pure awesome sauce! (Click to show)




Waiting for sleeving and tubings (16/10) and the new Radiator:



First Impressions:
1. The Seasonic P-Series (fanless one) fits perfectly into the PSU cage, even without fighting;
2. Recon can't be installed into the 5,25" slot because of the XSPC EX240 crossflow (too long rad). So, I bought a new one (the EX240 "simple"), shorter than the previous one, hoping to let the Recon fit in. Obviously I'm going to remove the DVD cage, selfmaking 2 aluminium stands.
3. At the moment, waiting for the tubing, and for sleeved cables, I'm beginning to mount it in order to check spaces, hardware placemnts etc. etc.

Build in progress.....

ps: pardon me for my poor English.

Really like the red Prodigy! This is going to look incredible when completed! thumb.gif
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post #7520 of 11741
So I recently purchased a Bitfenix Prodigy and I plan on using the Inno3D version of the gtx 780 in my build. Does anyone know off-hand by looking at the pictures whether or not it will fit inside the case? I included the link to the pictures below.

http://videocardz.com/41960/first-geforce-gtx-780-review-leaks-out-inno3d-gtx-780-ichill-exposed
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