Prodigy Projekt - A Watercooled, Overclocked Mini-ITX LAN Monster!

Sep 10, 2012 Written by:ROG Article

The Mini-ITX form factor has been around since the early 2000's (thank you, VIA), but like a good A-Team episode, come 2012 it finally feels like the plan is coming together. Prodigy Project won't help you quell the lust for a new, sexy little LAN machine, that's for sure, so if you're prone to outbursts of impulse spending I'd stop reading now.   Still with me? Good! Now take a look at this: watercooled-bit-fenix-prodigy Constructed by Slovakian boutique PC builder, Tiché PC, this LAN monster features the following hardware:

Here's the spec run down:

  • ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe (Dear Mobo Team: Why no mini-ROG love?? I want to write about SFF more!),
  • Intel Core i7-2600K
  • GeForce GTX 670 (gotta love that tiny PCB)
  • 16GB G.Skill RipjawsX 1,600MHz DDR3
  • Crucial M4 128GB SSD
  • Seasonic 460FL (fanless!)
  • Bit Fenix Prodigy (mini-ITX chassis)


  • Bitfenix Spectre Pro 200mm fan
  • 1 x 140 + 2 x 120 Corsair Fans
  • HEATKILLER GPU-X3 GTX 670 waterblock
  • HEATKILLER Rev. 3.0 LT CPU waterblock
  • ALPHACOOL VPP655 Single / TOP Pump
  • XSPC EX-240 Dual Fan Radiator
  • Phobya Radiator 200mm
  • EK Water Blocks EK-Multioption RES X2 - 150 Advanced
  • BitsPower / EK / Alphacool / Koolance Hose Fittings + Primochill bits
  • Aquaero LT USB fan controller

The Build Gallery

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