I know nothing about soundcards I'm afraid, but I did a Prodigy build myself recently and there's not a lot of options for soundcards on ITX because most boards only have 1 PCIe slot. If you have 2, the second is likely to be blocked by a dual slot graphics card. Unless you go external, you might have trouble.
What motherboard/graphics card are you using?
fair enough Rammy. So what im gonna need to look for is something that connects to the msata/mpcie slot in the center of the board. Which according to you(Grant it i iwont hold you to this if your wrong) is gonna be hard to fit into this small setup. Although from my little bit of research i ca not find a sound card that can do that.
So now my new goal is a sound card that will attach to usb and that i can fit inside the case still.(Yay a challenge)
Nah I don't think mSata is an option, it has no external connectors so I'd be incredibly surprised if anyone's made a soundcard for it, you see SSDs for it, that type of thing.
If you desperately want a proper soundcard then your options are stepping up to a bigger motherboard/case (mATX), Xigmatek Gigas springs to mind as a similar size to the Prodigy but with an mATX board. Or you go external.
If you haven't bought anything yet I guess you still have plenty of flexibility. People tend to mention the Arc mini when talking about smaller water cooling cases. It looks pretty cool, but not as distinctive as the Prodigy, though it's a more sensible shape.
Hmmm not familiar with doing this. But im thinking that ill just suck it up and go with the realtek audio. It seems to be pretty nice. Thanks for your input. External cards are also not the end of the worl to use from what i understand