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Yes, it will fit, it will just be a tight fit.
That is fine by me tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Lettuceman View Post

That is fine by me tongue.gif

You know, in order to give yourself a little more room to be comfortable, just get a few motherboard standoff screws, screw them on to the case where the power supply goes, and then use the provided thumbscrews to secure the power supply to the standoff screws. It will extend the power supply a little further outside the back of the case, but it honestly doesn't look bad at all, and a lot of people(including me) do that when they want to fit larger power supplies, or preexisting power supplies that they may have lying around that won't fit and they don't want to spend the extra money on a new power supply.

I wanted to buy a new power supply that would sit flush with the case, but I honestly didn't want to take the gamble. Some ATX power supplies are measured at 140 - 150mm, but what they don't tell you is how much length will be added on when you plug in all of the cables, assuming you purchase a modular power supply, or even a semi-modular power supply. Depending on the type of power supply, the provided cables can sometimes make the difference between a tight but clean fit, and either a non-fit, or a "cram it in so hard you break something" fit.
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Hey Kokin, are you getting a stable 24/7 4.7ghz with that 3570k, all inside that Prodigy!? I want to get my 4670k to a stable 24/7 4.0 just on a single 120mm rad. I'm thinking it should be possible because my room temps never really get that high and I always have a fan blowing on the case anyways. But the only thing I have doubts about is of course, that the Haswells run quite a bit hotter than their predecessors. I'm thinking it should be doable though... Right now my 4670k is at 3.5 with turbo boost turned off, and my temps hover around 30-32 degrees celsius idle, and never reach above 60 degrees celsius when I play something like BF3 or BioShock. Oh, and those temps are on the stock Intel cpu cooler biggrin.gif

Yes, I've been using 4.7ghz @ 1.264v since I got the chip last year.

I was able to get 4.2ghz @ stock voltage with the stock cooler when I was maintaining my loop, so you should easily get 4.0ghz with your Haswell. Temps with the stock cooler were around 60C as well and would go to 70~80C when using programs like Prime95 to stress test.
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That is fine by me tongue.gif

Yep, just make sure to route the power cables before you push it in or else you might have trouble organizing them later on.

I also use a Seasonix X750, but I just keep it flush at the back, no standoffs at all.
Edited by Kokin - 8/6/13 at 8:21pm
    
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post #8604 of 11727
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Originally Posted by xH2L View Post

Hey Kokin, are you getting a stable 24/7 4.7ghz with that 3570k, all inside that Prodigy!? I want to get my 4670k to a stable 24/7 4.0 just on a single 120mm rad. I'm thinking it should be possible because my room temps never really get that high and I always have a fan blowing on the case anyways. But the only thing I have doubts about is of course, that the Haswells run quite a bit hotter than their predecessors. I'm thinking it should be doable though... Right now my 4670k is at 3.5 with turbo boost turned off, and my temps hover around 30-32 degrees celsius idle, and never reach above 60 degrees celsius when I play something like BF3 or BioShock. Oh, and those temps are on the stock Intel cpu cooler biggrin.gif

Yes, I've been using 4.7ghz @ 1.264v since I got the chip last year.

I was able to get 4.2ghz @ stock voltage with the stock cooler when I was maintaining my loop, so you should easily get 4.0ghz with your Haswell. Temps with the stock cooler were around 60C as well and would go to 70~80C when using programs like Prime95 to stress test.
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Originally Posted by Lettuceman View Post

That is fine by me tongue.gif

Yep, just make sure to route the power cables before you push it in or else you might have trouble organizing them later on.

I also use a Seasonix X750, but I just keep it flush at the back, no standoffs at all.
Good to know!

Thanks for the help guys
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post #8605 of 11727
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Does anyone know if the seasonic in my sig rig will fit in this?

i fit the X760 myself in the prodigy. Very tight and hard to push in but it works fine.
    
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post #8606 of 11727
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Certainly not as spectacular as some of the Prodigys I have seen here, but this is mine:













i5-4670k
MSI Z87i
Asus GTX670 Mini
8GB Kingston HyperX Beast 1600
OCZ ZT 750W PSU

It's not completely done yet, as I'm still in the process of liquid cooling the i5. It will eventually get done as I have some of the parts already, but I just need to wait for some more things to filter in, in order to finish it up. I wanted the setup to be viewable from both sides so I had to make the wire management as simple and minimal as possible. What you see in the pictures is what it looks like plugged in. Nothing is added after I took the pictures.

This rig is so clean I died from looking at it. On the other hand, how did you get the metal bit where the PSU cage is?
post #8607 of 11727
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Originally Posted by xH2L View Post

Certainly not as spectacular as some of the Prodigys I have seen here, but this is mine:













i5-4670k
MSI Z87i
Asus GTX670 Mini
8GB Kingston HyperX Beast 1600
OCZ ZT 750W PSU

It's not completely done yet, as I'm still in the process of liquid cooling the i5. It will eventually get done as I have some of the parts already, but I just need to wait for some more things to filter in, in order to finish it up. I wanted the setup to be viewable from both sides so I had to make the wire management as simple and minimal as possible. What you see in the pictures is what it looks like plugged in. Nothing is added after I took the pictures.

Not sure if rig or art.... Also not sure if rig is clean or room is. I just finished my build after 4 months (thanks ASUS and EVGA RMA), will post pics when I find my camera (just moved).
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xH2L - you got a build log for that number smile.gif ? !?!?!
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Hi, sorry if this has been asked a couple times, but will my Chieftec CFT-850-14C power supply fit in the case?

Here are the specs: http://www.game-debate.com/psu/index.php?ps_id=773&psu=Chieftec%20CFT-850-14C

I measured the depth and it is about 16 cm, but the modular parts do stick out a bit.

Thanks! thumb.gif
post #8610 of 11727
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Hi, sorry if this has been asked a couple times, but will my Chieftec CFT-850-14C power supply fit in the case?

Here are the specs: http://www.game-debate.com/psu/index.php?ps_id=773&psu=Chieftec%20CFT-850-14C

I measured the depth and it is about 16 cm, but the modular parts do stick out a bit.

Thanks! thumb.gif

It's similar to our Seasonic PSUs, it will work, but is a tight fit. You can push it in to be flush at the back or you can choose to add motherboard standoffs to add more space for the cables.
    
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