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    Default Bitfenix Prodigy Build - WaterCooled

    Well, I took apart my LanPC that was in the 500R since I wanted something that was smaller and easier to carry around.
    I also wanted to get a new Mobo that would support Hackintosh.

    So I changed to a new ITX Mobo and got a hold of a Bitfenix Prodigy Case and put this little machine together.
    I now have Win7 Ultimate Installed, iOS Lion, and ubuntu - All 3 OS on the HD, but I can select which one to run.
    Great Multi Purpose rig here in a super small form factor.

    Most of the parts were pulled from my old LanPC, with the exception of the Mobo. So I didn't have to spend allot of money here.
    My watercooled HD6870 in xfire went into my wifes rig. I went down to a single 6870 that was in my wife's old rig.
    We pretty much just swapped.

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    ASRock B75M-ITX Mobo
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    XFX HD6870 (Black Edition) Double fan
    OCZ 700watt Mod Stealth PSU

    I also swapped out the 120mm Bitfenix Fan on the front and put in a Cooler Master 200mm fan, Quieter and pushes more air.
    Also using Corsair PWM fans that came with my H60, but I have it all running at full speed right now 1800RPM

    Here are some pics during my build, I didn't take allot since I wasn't really planning to do much to it.
    Overall this is a great case. You will see the wire management is a tight fit, but I got everything to work right.























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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Sweet. I like that little case.
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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    that's a nice setup. i love the white case.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Looks good, nice job my friend hey are you coming over this weekend? let me know and I will through a few steaks on the grill
    and some barbecue chicken. the beer is already on ice

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Great setup,ive loved the Prodigy since it first dropped. Thats a tight fit for the psu cables,nice one!

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Looks great Kenny. I have the same exact case sitting here, but will be painting the case in two different colors.
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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Thanks All! yea its a great little case. Its perfect for what I am going to be using for.. I no longer have to lug around that 500R to our Lan Parties.
    Although the cooling is not as good as before since everything was water cooled. But its not to bad.. I might change out the fans, I feel those PWM corsair fans are not doing the job as good...

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Looks good, nice job my friend hey are you coming over this weekend? let me know and I will through a few steaks on the grill
    and some barbecue chicken. the beer is already on ice
    hey Vinny,
    I am going to see how my schedule goes this weekend.
    Ill shoot you a call or email tonight when I get off work.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    That is a sexy little setup! Drop in a 7970 and maybe mod a side window and you got a killer flashy rig.

    Love that white look, very nice.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Yea, I am looking at getting maybe a GTX 660Ti for this system and later down the line use the i5 3570k, that is of course when cash flow is a little better for me.. but for now this will work... its not a everyday system I use, just for the Lan parties..

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Very nice,..........

    It's got a great look. That case has been on my wishlist for a long time. The 660Ti will make it all hum along nicely too.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Theres something wrong with putting an ITX under water XD. Sweet little build, only if that case was available in brushed aluminum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Theres something wrong with putting an ITX under water XD. Sweet little build, only if that case was available in brushed aluminum.
    I like the case in Black myself.
    I've seen a few m-ITX systems that are friggin' fast!
    You need a good case like this one if you're going to play it right,........

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    Nice build. One of the cleaner looking Prodigy builds I have seen. Love the white case.
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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Once you throw the 660ti in there it will be a killer machine...im such a fanboy for the 660

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    Yea, I think once the GTX 660Ti goes in it will be a nice little machine.. Originally I was thinking of putting a full custom watercool build in but it was going to cost way to much with all the angle fittings I will need.
    Also I would lose the DVD drive which I didn't want to do. I tend to use the DVD drive pretty often.

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    Default Re: Bitfenix Prodigy LanPC

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Yea, I think once the GTX 660Ti goes in it will be a nice little machine.. Originally I was thinking of putting a full custom watercool build in but it was going to cost way to much with all the angle fittings I will need.
    Also I would lose the DVD drive which I didn't want to do. I tend to use the DVD drive pretty often.
    you could always paint the rad white and mount it on the outside to the door or on top

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