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post #31 of 50
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thanks for the reply! another question if you will. is there any reason you chose push over pull for the front rad? other then aesthetics?

Here we go. I had this picture from earlier tests that i showed to iwalkwithedead.
The red square shows my cut. And to fit the rads in pull you will need to cut some more.
Red circle shows the distance needed before it closes.
So it is possible to do pull if you want to.

post #32 of 50
Looking real good man, real good. I got some more fittings as well. Next week I will have a few more to do my pass through loop. I got a crappy case to put my PC in while I do some modding. I hope to do that asap so I can update my log and show you as well. I don't like having all this money in parts and them just laying there. It's very sad but yours is looking awesome!
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post #33 of 50
Kinda wanna get a prodigy and do put one of these in the front:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_457_667_975&products_id=21621

Looks good man!
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Kinda wanna get a prodigy and do put one of these in the front:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_457_667_975&products_id=21621

Looks good man!

I talked some to iwalkwithedead about that rad a while back. And it would work wonders i think in the prodigy.
Its abit shorter so it would make it easier to get a 240rad top aswell.
Or just have more free space up top.
So yea. Get a case and do that build i would love to see how it would turn out with that rad.

Small update while im at it.
Been busy all weekend with cleaning out the boathouse and burning stuff hehe.
And now its raining so im practicing sleeving. Its easier then i thought it would be.,
Gonna post a pic later with my first pci-e sleeve. Its for the nitro psu wich im gonna use in my sideproject later.
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I talked some to iwalkwithedead about that rad a while back. And it would work wonders i think in the prodigy.
Its abit shorter so it would make it easier to get a 240rad top aswell.
Or just have more free space up top.
So yea. Get a case and do that build i would love to see how it would turn out with that rad.

Small update while im at it.
Been busy all weekend with cleaning out the boathouse and burning stuff hehe.
And now its raining so im practicing sleeving. Its easier then i thought it would be.,
Gonna post a pic later with my first pci-e sleeve. Its for the nitro psu wich im gonna use in my sideproject later.

I REALLY want to do it because I love small form factor, but the only motherboards that have the features I want are all ATX :/ (Unless I spend a bunch more money on intel components that justify liquid cooling.) I might do an atx prodigy mod or something, because I really do like the case a lot. Who knows what the future holds.
post #36 of 50
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I REALLY want to do it because I love small form factor, but the only motherboards that have the features I want are all ATX :/ (Unless I spend a bunch more money on intel components that justify liquid cooling.) I might do an atx prodigy mod or something, because I really do like the case a lot. Who knows what the future holds.

Do it man! thumb.gif

By the way guys, I seen a build with a longer rad on the front, just one but the builder cut out the bottom perfectly to fit the rad and the fittings, stuck out just slightly but it looked really clean and nice. I don't remember if it was a prodigy but I thought it really looked nice and if you want i can try to find again just for an example picture in case someone needed it as a reference.

EDIT: Do the Phobya rad in front I mean, the mATX mod is nice too but they are coming out with a mATX Prodigy already but it's up to you.
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Do it man! thumb.gif

By the way guys, I seen a build with a longer rad on the front, just one but the builder cut out the bottom perfectly to fit the rad and the fittings, stuck out just slightly but it looked really clean and nice. I don't remember if it was a prodigy but I thought it really looked nice and if you want i can try to find again just for an example picture in case someone needed it as a reference.

EDIT: Do the Phobya rad in front I mean, the mATX mod is nice too but they are coming out with a mATX Prodigy already but it's up to you.

Yeah, I would do an M-ATX easily, but no M-ATX boards have the features that I want. I'm going to try do ATX with the Phobya rad. In Sketchup now thumb.gif

EDIT: Yep, not gonna fit with an ATX board. Hmmmmm...
Edited by KillThePancake - 7/8/13 at 5:08pm
post #38 of 50
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Finnsihed my first sleeving yday. Was just about to start on another pci-e cable but my fingers are pretty cut up.
After looking on the corsair ax cables i hate them. Im probably gonna use the nitro psu for this build. The cables are more straight forward and not messed up bull****.
Anyway here is a pic of what i did. I realy need to buy a camera.


If my fingers heal up abit today i plan on sleeving one pci-e cable in brown/grey/blue. Hopefully that will look ok.
post #39 of 50
Looks awesome, good job.
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Got new ssd and hdd today. Also another 670 that i will use in my 2nd computer.
Tried to find a used 670 but when i found a new for cheaper then what ppl want for their used cards was no brainer.
Close to half the price of what i payed for the evga card a year ago.






Got the waterblock on. The backplate have scratches, i noticed when i was gonna mount it.
Have had it laying here for a while so im not sure if i have made the scratches or if they where there when i got it.
Its just another store on my blacklist, didnt get the right amount of fitting adapters from them. Same place i got the backplate from.

I have not done to much on the case since last update. Been realy busy with doing nothing realy. And alot of bad weather.
Will most likely have a new update tomorrow. Got few more cuts to do on the sidepanel before i can testfit it.
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