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Old 28-11-13, 06:47 AM
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Project: Mini Beast

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MOBO: Asus Maximus VI Impact
CPU: Intel I5 4670k:
RAM: 8GB Corsair Vengeance
GPU: On Board (for now)
CASE: Bitfenix Prodigy Warrior
PSU: Corsair AX760
SSD: Corsair GS 128GB
HDD: Still to buy

Cooling
Fans: 3 x Corsair AF140 LED Red
CPU Block: XSPX Raystorm
Rad: Alphacool ST30
Res: XSPC D5
Pump: Alphacool VPP655
Tubing: Primochill Advanced LRT Red 3/8"ID 5/8"OD
Fittings: Bitspower
Coolant: Primochill UV Red

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Old 28-11-13, 09:39 AM
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Nice I like that dude, bit worried about airflow where it will be stored but the build itself is nice and clean and pretty well thought out.....

Bet you wish you had seen the bitspower block now though

http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/...r_waterblock/1
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Old 28-11-13, 02:10 PM
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I was going to make a joke about my beast being the mini one but that is a stunning looking piece of kit

A nice open style cooled 780Ti would work perfectly in there.
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Old 28-11-13, 03:23 PM
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Looks awesome dude. What actual modding was required of the case to fit all that in? Doesn't look like a huge amount from the pics coz i'd love to do something like this myself. Would you be able to cool a card too on this loop?
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Old 28-11-13, 03:25 PM
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uh, AF fans on the rad?
other than that, sweet build
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Old 28-11-13, 09:33 PM
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Nice I like that dude, bit worried about airflow where it will be stored but the build itself is nice and clean and pretty well thought out.....

Bet you wish you had seen the bitspower block now though

http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/...r_waterblock/1

Thanks Tom, yeah that bitspower block looks mint . Agree with the airflow, but it fills the gap nicely and temps are good. This is not my main rig, so I won't be pushing it, it's just a media box to fill that ugly space under the tv. A little OTT, but any excuse to build a rig I'll take.

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Looks awesome dude. What actual modding was required of the case to fit all that in? Doesn't look like a huge amount from the pics coz i'd love to do something like this myself. Would you be able to cool a card too on this loop?
Thanks mate. Hardly any modding required in this build. Just removed the optical drive bay, drilled holes for the fan shroud and case feet and thats it. I couldn't fit that stock prodigy base on as it would not go in the cabinet space, so had to go with some feet. I may look at putting a card in, but for its purpose, on-board should be fine for now.
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Old 05-12-13, 05:10 PM
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Good stuff! Fills the gap nice as well. At least with no GPU you don't hide all the watercooling like most prodigy w/c builds do.
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Old 05-12-13, 05:20 PM
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The new MSI GTX 760 Gaming ITX is 17cm long so it would go real good with the build maybe, it's also black and red if you're not going to put a waterblock on it . Great build, though!
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Old 05-12-13, 05:55 PM
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Sweet HTPC
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Old 05-12-13, 06:44 PM
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You should get some metal to cover up the clip holes on where you have taken off the legs/bottom bits just to make it a little more tidy but the rest of the build looks so nice. Oh and I would definitely get a gpu for that build
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