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The Bit Fenix Prodigy is a mini-ITX case, but Rig Noobies member adamski07 wanted more, he wanted a full water cooling loop, a GTX 680 and a micro ATX motherboard in his Prodigy. Despite not even remotely resembling the original case at the end, it’s still one of the most impressive micro ATX, let alone mini-ITX, projects we’ve seen!
Calling Maximus V Formula owners! If you’re a pro tweaker, you want to learn how the Pro’s do it, or you just want a great foundation to a rock solid overclock; ROG Exchange is here to help you download OC Profiles or share your own with the rest of the ROG community.
Micro ATX builds are quite rare; watercooled micro ATX builds even more so. So what about a watercooled micro ATX build in one of Lian Li’s stunning PC-U6 Nautilus chassis? Well that’s exactly what Arizona based modder RebootTech has done.
Our guide below covers those interested in setting up Nvidia SLI or AMD CrossFireX on an Intel Z77 motherboard such as the ROG Maximus V series (we’ve used the Maximus V Formula), equipped with a 3rd Generation Intel Core CPU with PCI-Express Gen 3.0 capable CPU (such as the Core i5-3570K or Core i7-3770K).
Video review channel, TastyPC, has installed a system in a Fractal Design XL R2 featuring a fully watercooled Maximus V Formula motherboard, using its Hybrid Thermo Soltuion. The finished product is a great example of effective cable tidying, a well designed water loop and a ROG themed color scheme. Nice build, Lauren!