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Mine is in a white Bitfenix Prodigy... well it was until I took it all apart to mod the case and water cool it. At this very moment the board is back in its box waiting for me to finish the modding.

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I will pickup my case in about an hour on my lunch break and start the install/mod process this afternoon biggrin.gif

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Add me to the asRock z77e-ITX owner's club! Go here for build Log/Pics;

https://www.overclock.net/t/1302993/computer-building-pleasure-angst#post_18102709

-Guide to 1st Case Modding for Better GPU(s) Performance/Cooling-
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So, this motherboard has wifi with the antenna, and I was wondering if anyone knew if there was any way to switch out the card with cords that runs to the back of the case for just the traditional antennas that you see on some cards and on routers. Anyone know what to search for? I think it would make the whole thing come together better. eh-smiley.gif
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What case are you going to use?

Bitfinex prodigy Black, I am migrating sig rig less one 6950 ofcourse

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So, this motherboard has wifi with the antenna, and I was wondering if anyone knew if there was any way to switch out the card with cords that runs to the back of the case for just the traditional antennas that you see on some cards and on routers. Anyone know what to search for? I think it would make the whole thing come together better. eh-smiley.gif

I install hundreds of industrial wireless devices in shops, they appear to be a standard antenna let me check brb...

Just checked and after-market antenna screwed right on, I remember reading somewhere that someone replace the ugly stock antenna with some after-market ones from a router

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