Black and White Prodigy build

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Black and White Prodigy build

Well, I decided (for the time being) to go with the BitFenix Prodigy for my main system. The name of the build is not unique but hey it works. This build is not sponsored, I don't have that type of pull. So, it is whatever I have around the office or whatever I had to purchase.

Here are some of the products I will be using in it:

[IMG]http://www.pro-clockers.com/images/forum%20stuff/bandw/bandw_7.JPG[/IMG]

Missing is the power supply which will be an white OCZ Silencer MKIII 500W that is in route. Fans may change to something with white frame with black blades with i can find some. Also, looking into extension cables either from BitFenix or NZXT.

In the works. But it will be small.

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Here are some photos of the beginning of the build.

[IMG]http://www.pro-clockers.com/images/forum%20stuff/bandw/bandw_1.JPG[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.pro-clockers.com/images/forum%20stuff/bandw/bandw_4.JPG[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.pro-clockers.com/images/forum%20stuff/bandw/bandw_3.JPG[/IMG]

In the works. But it will be small.

Anonymous

Nice !!! I want a white rig also but I think I gonna wait one year to update mine and the RAM is the corsair platinum with LED right I love that RAM keep posting pic I bet that gonna be a clean looking rig

Anonymous

That is some deliciousness right there.

Anonymous

thats nice I cant wait till I win all the parts I need (broke and cant afford to buy much) to do my first build. Got a Corsair Vengeance C70 Arctic White and CoolerMasters GeminII M4.

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The goal is to keep it simple and neat. I am already having difficulty planning the cabling and I havent even gotten it yet. I want to this to be a system I dont have to touch for a long time. Except fot maybe updating drives. But i think two 120s raided and a 240 for storage, etc is plenty.

In the works. But it will be small.

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That's some cool SSD placement, how is that Thermaltake cooler?

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i7 7700k, MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon, Corsair 16GB 3000MHz RGB, MSI GTX1070 Seahawk, XSPC Raystorm

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The TT coolers are pretty good. Guess you aint been reading our readers, huh?

In the works. But it will be small.

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[QUOTE=TDub]The TT coolers are pretty good. Guess you aint been reading our readers, huh?[/QUOTE]

Hehe, reading our readers.

I currently have one of each atm.. I've had a performer for a while, they're decent little units. I look forward to seeing the Extreme take a dump on the H100.

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lol. reading our reviews.

In the works. But it will be small.

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I would take the Extreme over the H100 for several reasons.

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[QUOTE=werty316]I would take the Extreme over the H100 for several reasons.[/QUOTE]

me only one reason!!! the temperatures :cool:
[url]http://proclockers.com/cooling/2467-thermaltake-water-20-extreme.html[/url]

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Ditto on the better temps but another reason is the flexable tubing.