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this is amazing... (L) im in love iwht it
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UUUUUUUUPPPPPPPDDDDDAAAAATTESSSSSSS!!! wink.gif

Hey guys! Happy Thanksgiving and thank you all for positive feedback I get on this Mod. I am busy at school and work so I really don't have enough time to work on this project and since it's holiday, I took the chance to work on the PSU cut. Thank you! btw, the cutting for backplate is now 100% done! thumb.gif Mobo plate cut for 24pins cable is next in line. smile.gif







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awesome! ^_^ grats on 25k views btw. And 1k posts redface.gif

Thank you!! thumb.gif
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this is amazing... (L) im in love iwht it

Thanks man! smile.gif
   
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Looks good once more!

Keep it up man smile.gif
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Very nice build quality but personally I would fill in the leftover holes in the panels under the windows. Just looks.....unfinished.

Also WHY would you use a OCZ PSU? You TRYING to blow up your hardware? LOL!!!!!
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UUUUUUPPPPDDDDAAAATTTTEEEEESSSS!!

This isn't anything about the Project Prodigious. As some of you know that I will be moving my main rig hardware in this project. This build was initially a HTPC build, but I end up moving parts from my gaming rig to this case. biggrin.gif Few weeks ago, I got a good deal on Danger Den and got the Danger Den tower 21 case for $50. So what's gonna happen is I will transfer my 3570k, GTX 680, and Samsung 830 to Project Prodigious. What I have left is my Sabertooth z77 board, 2500k, crucial m4 and few HDDs (4TB) which will be moved to the new Danger Den case from my Antec LBA(Goodbye LBA frown.gif ). This only means that I will be doing two projects at a time, but nothing's interesting for Danger Den tower 21 project, just transferring hardware to a new case and maybe few modifications.. smile.gifthumb.gif Will start a log once Im ready for it.

Here's the case with the Prodigious. wink.gif




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Looks good once more!
Keep it up man smile.gif

Thank you man! smile.gif
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Very nice build quality but personally I would fill in the leftover holes in the panels under the windows. Just looks.....unfinished.
Also WHY would you use a OCZ PSU? You TRYING to blow up your hardware? LOL!!!!!

We'll see since I will be redoing the side panel after the MATX mod which is almost done. One more cut on mobo tray then redo of 240 RAD mount and I'm good. What's up with Ocz PSU? Got a good deal with it before and I've been using it for a while. smile.gif Thank you tho. thumb.gif
   
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This is why I have mixed emotions about this case. The DD Tower 21 is a full tower and the Prodigy is nearly half it's size. I am glad you are utilizing the space in this case for an MATX like it should have been. I understand the idea is to have ITX with water cooling but it's poor execution in my opinion.

Keep perfecting this case, it looks good.
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This is why I have mixed emotions about this case. The DD Tower 21 is a full tower and the Prodigy is nearly half it's size. I am glad you are utilizing the space in this case for an MATX like it should have been. I understand the idea is to have ITX with water cooling but it's poor execution in my opinion.
Keep perfecting this case, it looks good.

The DD case is a full tower, but it's really lack on width and bay for bay devices. No option to mount 120 at the back. Once you use the only one bay for a fan controller then you have nothing else for other bay devices. I am using a XSPC water cooling Kit on my current rig and it uses pump/res combo which is mounted on two bays. Having not enough bay on DD Tower 21, I'm not really sure how I am going to mount it inside the Tower 21 and this is where I might do little modification. Thanks for this. I will surely make it perfect for my taste. Keep checkin the log, there are more interesting work coming. thumb.gif
   
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build is looking amazing, keep up the great job.
     
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Really nice work Adam! While I also like the DD case, I'm happy that you are moving forward with the Prodigy! Your doing some really nice work! thumb.gif
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