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Hmm Interesting.... I read from someone who was selling their GTX 690 that they are selling it because it does not fit in their Prodigy... thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif.

i have a feeling they have a big 200mm rad in the front. it wont fit if you have a rad + fan in the front.
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I have a astro wireless mixamp headphone amplifire I use wit some ath-ad700 and mt-50s, do I need to get a dac like the FiiO or can i use the astro? I think I am going to sleeve/shorten my own cables after I get my rig up and running, unless some one knows of a short cable kit that works well with the prodigy's lay-out. I figure adjusting the cables your self would give you the most flexibility and routing options. The only thing this system will be for is gaming, gona cut my PC gaming teeth with this build.
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