I managed to source a Parvum S1.0 White/Black case for cheap.
So i decided to Move my gear from the Prodigy into it.
The System specs:
16GB DDR3 Crucial
GigaByte G1.Sniper M3 MATX Motherboard - (got this and the case for £150!)
Adata S511 128GB SSD
2 x 1TB 2.5" HDD
XFX PRO 1KW Platinum
Asus HD7970 DirectCUII
EK Supreme HF
EK DCII 7970 Block
D5 with Res attachment
Alphacool ST30 240mm rad
Alphacool XT240 240mm rad
4x Bitfenix 120mm fans
3x Coolink 80mm silent fans
3/8" Primochill White tubeing
Alphacool Black fittings
The colors in this build are slightly odd, You got the green on the motherboard which will tie in with the green from the coolink fans nicely.
Then the white tube is to tie into the case
the black barbs match the rad colour and the black on the case
and then the Bitfenix fans are Blue LED ones, They are just to give a nice glow inside the case.
I started this today and i have some pics of the progress.
The nice silent fans
Got some of these, you will see why
How it looks like on my desk vs my 30" hazro and the prodigy
here is why i got those gaskets! I love it when i think ahead, makes a change
Here is what i did, i wanted a seal around the fans and the rad so no vibrations would travel into the case
Now that's as far as i have gotten today, I did plan to pull the Prodigy apart today and start transferring it over but i had a problem with the cooling.
At the moment i have a Scythe Server fan controller, i like having the ability that my pc has to ramp up fans depending on temp, unfortunately i cant fit the scythe into this case as there is no drive bay.
Also its LCD has died so i need to replace it.
I managed to source an Alphacool heatmaster which i have been told will do this job and i can just stick it to the inside of my case, So i have that on order along with the second radiators gaskets.
They should be here tomorrow thus this is on hold until then.
In the mean time i will carry on with some uni work