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Old 12-09-13, 12:52 AM
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Smile My Bitfenix Prodigy build :)

Hey, finally finished (for now) my Bitfenix Prodigy build.
Gone for parts that are fairly power efficient and quiet with good room for some upgrades in the future.

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Bitfenix Prodigy w/200mm intake, 120mmx2 roof exhaust, 120mm exhaust rear.
Asrock B85m-itx w/Intel Core i5 4430 3.0Ghz Cpu, 4GB Ram (Upgrading soon)
HIS HD 7770 1GB (Decent enough for now)
60GB OCZ Agility 3 (Windows 8.1 64bit), 640GB WD Green, 2TB WD Green

Really impressed with the performance and quietness of this system, running prime 95 and furmark I can hear my self breathing louder than the fans in this system.

Using a cheap Deepcool Wind Ice Pro for the CPU, its pretty much passive using the rear case fan for cooling, stays under 64 max load pretty much silently.












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Old 12-09-13, 04:17 AM
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Nice rig! How are those silverstone AP123s? I been wanting to get them but not very reviews on them?
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Old 12-09-13, 04:50 AM
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Nice rig! How are those silverstone AP123s? I been wanting to get them but not very reviews on them?
Thanks!

No silverstone products in my rig. Antec Big Boy 200mm in the front, top 2 are the stock bitfenix fans, rear fan came with the cpu cooler.
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Old 12-09-13, 01:33 PM
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nice looking rig you got there
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Old 12-09-13, 02:20 PM
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Very cool - I think the Prodigy is one of the best cases ever made...
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Old 12-09-13, 11:40 PM
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Thanks!

No silverstone products in my rig. Antec Big Boy 200mm in the front, top 2 are the stock bitfenix fans, rear fan came with the cpu cooler.
The rear fan looks like an AP123.. Oh well lol
Again nice compact rig
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Old 13-09-13, 02:13 AM
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nice selection for a budget-friendly PC that you can still have some fun with! Also one of the best cable management jobs I've seen in one of those, good job.
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