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I just got the parts for my custom loop and plan on assembly this weekend.

I need some ideas on the layout and was wondering if anyone else has a custom loop in their prodigy they could post a picture of it so I can get some good input on the layout. I know its limited but I was just curious to see how other have it set up for their own mini itx bitfenix prodigy

Does not have to be the same parts as what I have. Just wanna peek around and see what you all have done with yours!

Thanks =) so excited!
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Here is my build, the Fire Ant, which I build a long time ago and since sold (And even made money on, can you imagine that - MAKING money on a used PC, lol).

Anyhow, it contains the following in cooling:

1 x 120mm radiator (30mm Alphacool)
1 x 240mm radiator (30 mm Alphacool)
1 x 200 mm radiator (Phobya)

1 x Swiftech MCP35X2 (Dual pump which runs PWM) + Integrated Swiftech reservoir.

All this radiator allowed me to run the fans at extremely low RPM (800ish) and with a dual pump I could turn it down to 50% and it would still perform like a single pump running at 100% - Again, virtually silent.

Things being cooled:

CPU, RAM, VRM and GPU - In other words, everything.

MODS:

Did the PSU mod, where you cut out so you can route cables alot easier.

DWOOD radiator "hood" - The 240mm is mounted OUTSIDE the case, so I had DWOOD make a shroud to cover it, making it blend in alot better.

Window - You cannot see it on the pictures, but it was one of the first things I did - It allowed you to see the GPU.

Headset "holder".






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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
A10-7850K Gigabyte F2A88X-UP4 XFX R7 250 G.SKILL TridentX 2400Mhz CL9 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung EVO 120GB Samsung EVO 120GB Crucial M500 240GB Little Devil Phasechange 
OSPowerCase
Windows 8.1 Corsair AX860i Lian Li PC-A51 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
4770K  ROG Maximus VI Impact HD 7990 Corsair Platinum 2666Mhz 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Samsung 830 SSD 3 x Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 240 EK Supremacy Precise Mount Add-On Naked Ivy CPU... EK Supremacy - Clean full nickel 
CoolingCoolingOSPower
Alphacool Heatmaster II Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM Windows 7 X64 Silverstone Strider Evolution 750W 
Case
Caselabs S3 w. pedestal 
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Frozen Kaveri
(11 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
A10-7850K Gigabyte F2A88X-UP4 XFX R7 250 G.SKILL TridentX 2400Mhz CL9 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung EVO 120GB Samsung EVO 120GB Crucial M500 240GB Little Devil Phasechange 
OSPowerCase
Windows 8.1 Corsair AX860i Lian Li PC-A51 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
4770K  ROG Maximus VI Impact HD 7990 Corsair Platinum 2666Mhz 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Samsung 830 SSD 3 x Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 240 EK Supremacy Precise Mount Add-On Naked Ivy CPU... EK Supremacy - Clean full nickel 
CoolingCoolingOSPower
Alphacool Heatmaster II Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM Windows 7 X64 Silverstone Strider Evolution 750W 
Case
Caselabs S3 w. pedestal 
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post #3 of 3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gomi View Post

Here is my build, the Fire Ant, which I build a long time ago and since sold (And even made money on, can you imagine that - MAKING money on a used PC, lol).

Anyhow, it contains the following in cooling:

1 x 120mm radiator (30mm Alphacool)
1 x 240mm radiator (30 mm Alphacool)
1 x 200 mm radiator (Phobya)

1 x Swiftech MCP35X2 (Dual pump which runs PWM) + Integrated Swiftech reservoir.

All this radiator allowed me to run the fans at extremely low RPM (800ish) and with a dual pump I could turn it down to 50% and it would still perform like a single pump running at 100% - Again, virtually silent.

Things being cooled:

CPU, RAM, VRM and GPU - In other words, everything.

MODS:

Did the PSU mod, where you cut out so you can route cables alot easier.

DWOOD radiator "hood" - The 240mm is mounted OUTSIDE the case, so I had DWOOD make a shroud to cover it, making it blend in alot better.

Window - You cannot see it on the pictures, but it was one of the first things I did - It allowed you to see the GPU.

Headset "holder".







Sharp looking pc. Good work
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