Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Bitfenix prodigy'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Pin Board
    • Announcements
    • Giveaways
  • The Mod Zoo Official Podcasts & Weekly Staff Hangout
    • Official Podcast Episodes
    • Questions and Discussion!
    • Weekly Staff Hangout
  • Tech News
    • Latest Tech News
    • 2015 CES Consumer Electronics Show Coverage
    • 2016 CES - Consumer Electronics Show Coverage
    • 2017 CES - Consumer Electronics Show Coverage
  • Project Central
    • The Mod Zoo Staff
    • Featured Projects
    • Member Worklogs
    • Maker or Non-PC Worklogs
  • TMZ Review Central
    • Reviews
  • PimpRig / PCApex Alumni Community
    • PimpRig / PCApex General Discussion
    • PimpRig / PCApex Member Project Logs
    • PimpRig / PCApex Member Project Archives
  • The Picnic Area
    • General Discussion
    • Drawing Board
    • The Water Park
    • Member Reviews and Unboxings
    • The Machine Shop
    • Modding Guides
    • Repair Guides
    • Overclocking
    • Recomended Ebay sellers
    • Comments & Suggestions
  • Food Court
    • The Mod Zoo Gift Shop
    • MNPCTech
    • Smart Computer Store
    • Mayhems
  • The Storage Area

Product Groups

  • Test
  • Donations

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 5 results

  1. I have a Red Prodigy and I am looking to trade the Red front for a Black one. Normally, I would run right out and get a Black Prodigy to swap the parts with. Ending up with a Red Prodigy with Black front and a Black Prodigy with Red front. But, I'm cheap, so I'd rather find someone who likes the opposite look of what I want. If you're wondering what it would look like...... This a series of color swaps Overclockers UK did: http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18501819
  2. The YAPP - Yet Another Prodigy Project Whilst building my other stuff i tend to crawl into my workstation and "lend" stuff to fit to my different projects. And now waiting for delivery of more plastics i decided to do a fast-mod.So this fast project is not going to be a heavy build as i usually do, but just to get a workstation that i dont touch :) Components to use.AMD A10 6800KASRock FM2A85X motherboard2x4gb Corsair Vengeance, 2x8gb is ordered2x120gb Intel 320 SSDRadeon 6570 fanless, (to get my triple monitors in)Watercooling for CPU. DCP 2.2 pump, Supreme LTX block and 240 rad + 150mm reservoar, nothing fancy. First plan was to put in some stuff into the case and be done with it.But i cant, i feel sick if i dont put my personal touch to it. Sooo, here we go! Bubbling away, checking the loop. Hoses not the correct routing yet, just thinking and testing. After makin all changes and stuff i want to put into it, it was time to put on the side panel to check the outside look. Then i noticed this, the inside is taking alot space from the inside. Pic taken from above showing the reservoar holding part in the front and the sidepanel electronics. When i put a reservoar there, it will expand more and hit the sidepanel. Time to rethink...
  3. I used to be working on a CM Storm Stryker project - I'll post the link here so that someone could just shut the thread down, delete if you guys feel like it. This is the ongoing project! It's still Star Wars themed, just instead of the "newer" Galactic Empire, I'm going for the older Sith Empire theme. >>>>>>Please delete/close this thread since it's no longer active!<<<<< I ordered a Bitfenix Prodigy, color is "Passion Red". It was the first case I saw that just ....spoke to me! I saw it for the first time in Click here for gallery My theme is "Sith Empire" - hence the Red case. I'll be adding a new custom front panel, which gives better ventilation and has the Sith Empire symbol airbrushed on it. Let's talk components, shall we? As I've already said, I'm planning on getting a good enough motherboard, so I could upgrade my components freely for the next couple of years (hopefully). I am going to, however, get the best out of my water cooling loop. Motherboard: EVGA Z77 Stinger, mITX CPU: Inter i5-3570k, 3.4GHz, Socket 1155 Graphics Card: Sapphire HD 7970 GHz Edition, 2GB GDDR5 Memory: Corsair Dominator GT 8GB, Dual channel DDR3 Power Supply: Corsair HX Series HX750 Power Supply I will NOT be using a dvd, blu-ray or whatever 5.25'' drive. I've moved on to strictly USB and it's worked out for me so far. Here are the water cooling components I'll be using, feel free to correct me on some of them if you find something better. I have no experience in liquid cooling, but I am eager to learn! CPU Block: EK Supremacy GPU Block: EK-FC7870 - Nickel Radiators: 1x HL Black Ice GTS240 and 1x Phobya 200 Xtreme (or a double GT240 Stealth < current plan, depends on how much space I have when I get the case) Pump: Laing D5 (probably with a Bitspower Modkit) Reservoir: Bitspower Multi-Option Z-Multi 250mm Fittings: I don't want to rush this, as I think it's one of the most important things. I will be going with Bitspower for sure. Tubing: Bitspower Crystal Link for the entire loop. Coolant: Mayhems Pastel Red with Clear/UV Red dye. (Mayhems Aurora Tharsis Red, will get samples of both and decide on the go) As far as case lighting goes, I'll be using UV Cold Cathode lights (White cathodes/LEDS if I go with the Aurora coolant) to light everything up. Fans: Now as case cooling comes, I'll use the two supplied fans with the case to move air inside the case, but what I'll be using for the radiators is this: Corsair AF120, Quiet Edition, Red color. These will match my color scheme perfectly. As far as fan grill go, I'll have my own laser cut (still not decided on material, maybe a suggestion?). Front Panel has been designed. I'll be using a custom panel bought from Overclockers, then sent over to Dave from Rigmods Hardware to have the design done. As far as cable sleeving goes, it's going to be red and black, still not decided on a patter so I'll work it on the go ^^ I think that pretty much wraps it up. I hope I can get my case within the next two weeks! In the mean time, if you guys have any idea, suggestions, critiques (I encourage those!) PLEASE feel free to share them. I'll keep you guys updated as soon as I have new information, components updates and what not. Cheers guys!
  4. Well, this is gonna be a quick quick weekend mod. I already have my workstation up and when i looked at the Bitfenix Shadow i liked the shapes. So this little front panel mod is about combining the Bitfenix Prodigy and Shadow. Well, let´s go! My workstation right now Specs AMD A10 6800k 16gb GeIL EVO Veloce 2x120gb Intel 320 SSD VTX3D Radeon 7950 X-Edition Boost Custom watercooling, 240mm radiator in the top with Be Quiet! fans and red led 140mm fans in front and back. And here´s how it looked before i was tired of the front piece :) And the Bitfenix Shadow i got inspired by. The shape Right now... Fan controller will be lifted out to the same level as the new front panel.
  5. My take on a PSU Shroud for Bitfenix Prodigy to house bigger PSU´s than 160mm long ones.Just adjust the depth to fit your need for PSU, dont forget to increase the cutout also for the sidepanel. Some measurements, this is for a 180mm PSU, gives me roughly 40mm for cable management and still can use the 2,5" cages in the sidepanel.This is just my design, make the changes you need to fit your project!Make whatever holes you may need, where you need it for cable routing. Remember, its impossible to have solid side walls on the shroud due to panels inside the case to hold the side panels. Just keep the 41,5mm height atleast in the front and check if your design will fit the case. Whats not shown here is some small L-brackets to rivet the shroud into standard holes. You may need to drill some holes in the floor depending on the size you make.Use the original shroud, turn it upside down on your new one to mark the holes for your motherboard, use standard spacers. Or use the ITX PDF found at formfactors.org to drill your holes.Its still possible to use the front of the shroud to house 2x2,5" drives, use the old shroud as a guide or make your own placement. In my shroud i used 2mm thick acrylic. Sorry for the English, the pictures will talk better :) The Shroud itself From the right From the left
×
×
  • Create New...