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Who dual xeon Westmere here?

>> No.56185395
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I dig it.

I should have my loop complete on Tuesday. Then the system is done, aside from small/periodic upgrades.

>> No.56185415

Don't post again until you do.

>> No.56185437
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Kiss me

1070 is in the mail, so keen

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Aiight homie.

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thats pretty neat man.
LED party man.
Pretty damn clean.

>> No.56185472

>LED party

I should take a picture with the LED's off. It looks so nice with them off.

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We Westmere now.

>> No.56185504

Just giving you shit it looks pretty decent but still pretty busy hehe.

>> No.56185642
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waiting for my fury x

>> No.56185675

I'm just curious, why use a low profile cooler in that case?

>> No.56185699

Judging by the 560Ti, I'd wager that he already had it when it got the case and just kept using it

>> No.56185724
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Want to change from the R5

Need to take another picture head on to it doesn't look like my GPU is sagging

>> No.56185765

My friend has one of those cards. Or one with the same cooler, anyways. His NZXT Kraken leaked all over it and fried it lmfao.

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Fuck how likely is that even to happen

>> No.56185811

I don't think very likely. NZXT's warranties the coolers for like 5 years. He just got really unlucky. I built it for him and everything was fine, for like four months. There wasn't any pressure or anything on the tubings either. Just really unlucky. NZXT is replacing his cooler and card though, so that's good.

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It won't disappoint :^)

>> No.56187128
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First build. Liking it so far. Finally put the GPU in on Friday.

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Migrating to a new ssd

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And she's done.
Still debating on red fluid versus what I have now and maybe changing the ram and sable sleeves but we will see.

>> No.56188095

Personally I think you should go for the red fluid.

Looks sick dude.

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I'll have to look into color bombs.
I had some pastel red left over from the previous build and it foamed up badly, had to drain it.

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Muh nigga, building it as we speak

>> No.56189207
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Can't do anything about the cables unless I get a new modular PSU and get blue/grey sleeves for them to match the fans.
The 2 140mm fans I added only helped decrease idle temps, load temps the 1060 reaches 87 while at 2050MHz.

>> No.56189367

Corsair 400c for looks, or Define S for airflow?

>> No.56189488

the 400c is a cutie, i might that myself to replace my 300r.

>> No.56189540

Hi /guts/, want to make a Pentium II era rig for the lols

where do i find new parts, are there still retailers out there with shitloads of overstock from the late 90's?

ebay has some stuff but its all marketed as "RARE, HARD TO FIND" and is thusly 400$ new as compared to the same 333mhz P2 used for 5$.
I found a new motherboard in socket 1 for like 40$, and a new Asus Geforce 2 for 20$, along with ram and shit pretty cheap
but id like a new pentium, preferably in its original box

same thing with all components really, original p2 era stuff in its box or at least still with the box

>> No.56189673

>moved drives to the bottom (case can't fit the fan if I move it up)
>remove unused drive cages
>1060 peaks at 80c
I'm happy.
I want the 400c as well but the side panel WILL scratch very often and will be very visible, I know a guy with one, unless they changed the material of the window then don't get it.

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I'm not sure if I can fit a second 1070. Still want one though.

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I want to change case to Phanteks Evolv, so S340 only as temporary

>> No.56190287


Hey there case bros. >>56187128

>> No.56190342
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i should take a guts pic for shits and giggles

sandy bridge a best

>> No.56190539


Why are you changing? I have the Crucial one, was there any problems with it, or are you just moving for capacity?

>> No.56190648

nice spacer heater

>> No.56190699

i like this

looks pretty gay







shit x2

I like it, very clean!

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why don't more of you do this?

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ayyy good morning s340 bros

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more s340's plz

also; >>56190007 that 1070 is massive.

>> No.56191037

I like this. I always told myself if I went into liquid cooling I would go with matte black tubing, but this crystal clear hardline looks pretty sweet.

>> No.56191176

Jolines, tío!

>> No.56191190
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Would dual xeon X5550 2.66 run [email protected] with decent gpu?

>> No.56191266

Ive seen hell and it has wires

>> No.56191281

Those actually look a bit like human guts. Good job!

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>> No.56191365


Only just come across from /tg/ here - what is the purpose of the dual Xeons? I thought they where crap for anything other than server applications?

>> No.56191366

Yes, should be fine anon.

>> No.56191371

>not having dual xeons

>> No.56191410

They are basically, even for encoding which can use a lot of CPU power, anything more than ~6-8 cores per project is passing the point of diminishing returns.

If you are encoding multiple projects at once, or have some specialized task that is very well threaded and can use all the cores, then it might be worth it.

But for the vast majority of uses old Xeons simply dont have the single core performance many of todays applications demand.

>> No.56191500

Going from samsung to crucial for another ~300 gig capacity, samsung ssd will get used as a Linux drive

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I haven't done a custom loop since a shitty, riced-out red affair for my old i5 750/GTX 295 back when I was 15, so indulge my stupidity for a second.

Is there any noticeable difference in temperatures with a huge reservoir? I ask assuming the larger total coolant volume would allow for more overall heat to be stored.

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>> No.56192211

I don't believe reservoir size has an affect on temperatures.

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>> No.56192403

if one CPU died is the computer still usable with the other?

>> No.56192425

Not him, but I'd imagine so. Similar to if a single GPU's dies in a multi-GPU system. You probably just have to remove one, or possibly swap where it is.

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i would really appreciate a rate myself guys.
>if you're replying to this post, please write a rate.
9/10, if the SSD had harambe it would be 10/10
bad pic angle. 6/10
i can't rate what i cant see.
2/10 sorry man
4/10 pretty dark.
non red fluid. 8/10
red fluid 6/10
almost quads. 7/10
i just hate the tubing on that cooler. 6/10
7/10 i dont like yellow, dont judge. (yellow aside. 8 maybe 9/10)
6/10 shit pic, get a better one.

>> No.56192483

Depending the mobo, yes or not. Some dual-socket board are designed to work with both CPUs because one CPU work with some controllers and the other CPU with the another ones, but there are others boards which one CPU work with all the board and the other one give horsepower. In my case yes, It's usable with one CPU because her design

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>9/10, 10/10 with Harambe
I'll get on that.

>Can't rate what I can't see
Here's the radiator removed.

As for your own build... >>56192449
7/10. If you watercool the GPU, and replace that missing PCI slot cover, I'll give you an 8.5.

>> No.56192510

I will call yours a 6/10, mostly for your loop.

- It's running pretty warm for a two radiator setup, especially since just your CPU is on there. How high do you have it clocked?

- Your back run could be a little better so it doesn't have that curving loop.

- There must be a better solution than a super visible zip tie across the middle of your reservoir. Why not two black ones on the top and bottom of it, instead of where it's most readily seen?

- Do you have any intent on adding a water block to that 1080? I think you have the radiator and res headroom for sure.

- Consider removing your red PSU sticker for better color coordination.

- a nitpick, but your back exhaust could be a quiet AF120 to match your radiator fans.

Overall, you have great hardware that I assume you're using to push a fantastic 144fps on that display. Your system has potential to look as good as it performs.

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damn that's tight. 8/10

>take this harambe PSU for good luck.

>> No.56192583

- It's running pretty warm for a two radiator setup, especially since just your CPU is on there. How high do you have it clocked?
>not really, 27c idle 35-47c depending on game. (4.3ghz because shit silicon)
>gonna add GPU block but haven't ordered yet
- Your back run could be a little better so it doesn't have that curving loop.
>iknow, i just moved the reservoir and was too lazy to cozy it up.
- There must be a better solution than a super visible zip tie across the middle of your reservoir. Why not two black ones on the top and bottom of it, instead of where it's most readily seen?
>not really, nowhere to route it at the bottom of the res that attaches it to the tray. (and didn't have black zip ties yesterday.)
- Do you have any intent on adding a water block to that 1080? I think you have the radiator and res headroom for sure.
- Consider removing your red PSU sticker for better color coordination.
>i think it looks awesome.
- a nitpick, but your back exhaust could be a quiet AF120 to match your radiator fans.
>i got the SP 120 fans for free, i want to swap them with noctua NF F120 pwm's and pain them white and black.

Thanks for the feedback anon.

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Some guy in the last thread had foam in his case. Would like to buy something like this for cheap. What do I have search for on ebay? Don't want to spend like 100$ for what is worth like 3$. It should be permeable to air and not cause an overheating of the PC.
Pic related is his PC.

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i can just do it now so i don't forget it, which one should i pick? pretty unsure. also, do you know if they come with thermal pads ? or do i have to order that too?
EK-FC1080 GTX Strix

>> No.56192874

Not him, but, EK's blocks come with thermal pads and thermal paste. I prefer acetal + nickel personally. I used it in my M1

>> No.56192957

do you know if i can use the backplate that came with the card while the block is on ?

>> No.56192966

It comes with a new backplate. Also, choose whichever you think looks cooler.

>> No.56193005

They don't come with new backplates, those are available separately.

No, the factory backplate doesn't fit.


>> No.56193022

I dont understand the principle of hard tubing. Is it just the o-rings that's holding tubing together. When using normal tubing the screw part tightens the rubber tube on its place so you couldnt even pull it away. What if you pull hard tube?

>> No.56193071

There are two styles, push-in and compression. Both do actually compress to help seal. The regular "compression" style is similar to soft tubing compression. A barb, and screw-on piece, just with an added o-ring. The push-in style are similar to a QDC I believe, in that they have a small section of the fitting either pull up, or pull down, you slide the tubing into place, and then put the fitting in it's normal/locked position.

>> No.56193125

Oh my. Thats alot of radspace. I like it all exept the red leds.

>> No.56193187
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r8 my guts senpaitachi

>> No.56195200

Its like you have a problem with sleepers and bad vent holes.Also as for you better water cool your gpu, replace pcie cover on case, finish filling cum in your reservoir, and last if you want the last bit of aesthetic should fill your drive bays. 6/10 and could be 9/10 with proper detail management.

>> No.56196615

All the stuff before the P4 era has already been thrown out and recycled. Ten years ago it was cheap because there were tons and tons of old P2 computers around. Now there aren't, so it's become a collectible market.

Your best bet is to sit on craigslist and wait, or look for business throwing things out, garage sales by people who know no better, or find an electronics recycling place and see if they'll give you some of the junk that comes in.

>> No.56196723

>yellow aside. 8 maybe 9/10
thanks bb

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>> No.56197308
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Planning on 128gb ram and a second cpu eventually. It's just a case for waiting for a non-ES one to pop up on ebay that isn't ball-breakingly expensive

>> No.56197525

>Its like you have a problem with sleepers and bad vent holes
yes, yes i do. thanks for the rate anon

>> No.56197651

but atleast it works only get around 80c from stress testing cpu. Going to sleeve my own cable probably.

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R8/H8. Not upgrading for a long while. Unless DX12/Vulkan becomes the norm.

>> No.56198349

put those drives on the bottom and remove the top drive cage for improved airflow, and fewer ugly empty trays

>> No.56198414

I would but I intend to add more drives hooked to a RAID controller eventually. Plus this case has a non windowed side panel.

>> No.56198436
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>mfw no (you)

>> No.56198447
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Should I change from the Define R5 to a Define S? Removing the HDD cages makes the case look horrible and cheap

>> No.56198552

Since I don't know which guts are yours, here's a (((you)))

>> No.56198559

not unless you're selling your current R5. You'd literally be paying for the exact same case with no HDD Cages/ 5.25" bays. Unless you're planning on liquid cooling, I wouldn't bother. If you must get a case that has no bays, consider the NZXT S340. Cheaper and shorter too.

>> No.56198571

which one anon? I'll rate it.

>> No.56198626

why do you want a case that big if you aren't going to fill it with drives?

>> No.56198765

S340 bro here. Love mah case. Not sure how standard of a feature this is on cases now, but I also like the external filters

>> No.56199083

Fractal cases are a meme. They're poorly made and extremely thin.

They're just riding the reputation of their previous products.

>> No.56199101


Evolv ATX TG is another one I love the look of, I'm using Noctua fans so a silence case isn't necessary

>> No.56199246

nigga what you smokin? My fractal R5 is easily the best made case I've ever had. Unless you're one of those fags who think the only case you can possibly consider well made is a $500 case labs/Silverstone.

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Should i sell my ref rx 480 for 1060? And if which aftermarket which doesnt have sag. >inb4 ur motherboard is small xd u retard

>> No.56199410

at least it's a (you)

you get a 7/10 for your cum filled tubes.

>> No.56199600

>6/10 shit pic, get a better one.
My Windows phone can't take better pictures.

>> No.56199624

A little spaghetti

>> No.56199654

What do you use the Kingston for?

>> No.56199692

a little? that's a big mess for a modular psu

>> No.56199727

Lmao didnt see it was a modular xdd.
R8 my build is last one posted m7

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>> No.56199837

this one?
>intel standard cooler
>24-pin and other cable (i assume USB 3.0?) crossing, looks meeh.
>get a cable tie and pin th 2 pins of the gpu-cable to the big part of it.
>i would prefer if every cable (except the single one on the left, under the N) would come from the side with the red cover, not from the bottom AND from the side

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>> No.56199859

Ty sir much appreciated

>> No.56199926

you're welcome :)

>> No.56200000

How would one go about powering this many fans, exactly?

>> No.56200024

>them digits

>> No.56200052

I didn't even notice muh digits, damn.
I don't have any misconceptions that this person is currently powering that many fans, just wondering what it would take. Fan controllers in every bay?

>> No.56200218


yup :3

sadly not im afraid

>> No.56200246

what the fuck is this bait?
CPU Cooler directed at graphics card?

>> No.56200270

look at the RAM, senpai

>> No.56200301

So vent it up?

>> No.56200314

its pushing air upwards

>> No.56200343

I don't trust you. I'm confused by you. Fuck you.

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fuck you too, leatherhead

>> No.56200381

i call bullshit!

that looks like normal ram without fancy headspreaders, so there should be room for the fan to be directed towards the fan.

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>> No.56200397

i think you just had no clue what you're doing

>> No.56200405
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its all about spacing, baby, that RAM is too close, and this board was not designed to accomodate big rectangular heatsinks like that one

you wanna settle this in the ring, buddy?

>> No.56200422

if i orient it the other way, ill have metal making direct contact with the RAM PCBs

>> No.56200429
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Let's do it, bitch. I just happen to have my favorite weapon here.

>> No.56200431

I actually got an hp Z620 yesterday for $30, and it has a single xeon(sandybridge-e). It's superseded my old pc, which was a bit crappier.

>> No.56200444

I have a new suggestion.
Get a motherboard that doesn't fucking do this to you.

>> No.56200462

no weapons in the gym, buddy

but then how will i rock quad channel ECC with my xeon?

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>> No.56200474

What's with the kludgy fan? How does it not fall over?

>> No.56200532
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feels good to be part of the master race

on my lappy right now

>> No.56200550

that case is fugly desu senpai

>> No.56200554

Holy spaghetti and meatballs that is flaming hot! How you make the bottom part yellow though, my shit? Or just want to buy a fucking cheese?

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>my shit? Or just want to buy a fucking cheese?
literally, what?

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>How you make the bottom part yellow though, my shit? Or just want to buy a fucking cheese?

Has anyone ever really been far even as decided to use want to do look more like?

>> No.56200625

Great, so I can finally hit my phone with a hammer.
Will it scratch from being in a pocket with car keys? yes? THEN I'M NOT IMPRESSED.
When will phone manufacturers stop being stupid.

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>How you make the bottom part yellow though, my shit? Or just want to buy a fucking cheese?

>> No.56200641
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What game would cripple my PC? Resolution scaling not included.

>> No.56200659

I meant how is all of your case yellow? Mine is red and black

>> No.56200664

Well what resolution are you at?


>> No.56200676

Looks Nice.

>> No.56200687

1080 60hz

>> No.56200700
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The picture isn't great, but I think the setup is OK. The tabs near the ram are flipped, because I was testing if this machine would take non-registered ddr3 modules it doesn't. I've basically accepted that I'll never get rid of this gtx 670, since I'm not particularly interested in gaming anymore, and it's relatively fast, so I'm not worried.

>> No.56200755

2500k @4.5

>> No.56200788

I dont think Any game will cripple your pc. Do you?

>> No.56200813

I havent found anything yet. I guess I'm looking for a reason to upgrade. lol

>> No.56200831

GTA5 at the highest settings wont hit 60fps, it will be mid 40-50s though.

>> No.56200838

You dont have to it looks fucking great. But maybe cpu Idk

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getting closer to being "done"

>> No.56200942
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I guess my most interesting machine would be my T5120, unless you're into itanium. It's a blade(and I don't have a rack), and has an ultrasparc T2 running at around 1.1 GHZ, with 4 cores and 32 threads.

>> No.56200950

Is that case a Corsair 350D

>> No.56200972

I've got the same case. Did you replace the 200mm fan or are you still using it? Thinking about putting two 140mm poop fans up front to direct some more air toward the Nano I got in there, it gets a bit toasty.

>> No.56200986

I currently still have the stock 200mm, it's quiet and gets plenty of airflow in. Temps rarely go past the mid 40s.

>> No.56201381

It's the micro center version

>> No.56201412

So you didnt do it yourself? We all know you have to be in a fucking cheese.

>> No.56201972
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Guts in progress!

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>> No.56202876

Alright, cool. Might have to liquid cool this Nano, it seems starved for air. I'm cooling the CPU with a Cryorig R1 so I might just get a Fury X or something and put the Nano in a smaller future build.

>> No.56202926

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc-r9-nano-acetal-nickel have fun

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what case

>> No.56203654

>things i can't afford are memes

Stop spreading bullshit and kill yourself

>> No.56203897

Corsair 350D

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A-Am I late to the party with my shitty first build?

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My nigga. I used to to have dual E5472s, those FB-DIMMs got to 237F

>> No.56204991

Holy fuck right? Actually burned my hand on one when i was replacing the sticks

>> No.56205093

Why'd you uhm me mitherfucker?
Not using the same tired old cases and boring water loops could be a bit confronting i guess :/

>> No.56205229

What is that black thing you're covering your motherboard with and why do you use it?

>> No.56205258

IIRC it's literally a piece of construction paper.

>> No.56205708

>those FB-DIMMs got to 237F
jesus. I knew FB-DIMMs were one of the few cases where memory actually does need a heatspreader, but I didnt think it was THAT bad.

>> No.56205840

No point in changing for a similar gpu, just go 1070 at this point

>> No.56207858

Thanks, I might do that later on down the line, but I'm not confident enough to do custom liquid cooling yet. Of course, I could I could use one of their Predator AIOs with the quick disconnects, but I want to use the air cooler I have, pretty decent temps with OC and I like how it is as large as the motherboard.

>> No.56208364


tfw my OCD won't let me use liquid coolers ever.

>> No.56209252

>Why'd you uhm me mitherfucker?
half your pc is outside your case

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Had a bad mobo which had to be replaced.

Only other thing missing is getting some non candy cane wires.

>> No.56209470

what do you guys think of the corsair 750d? Bought it for my new build and now I don't think i could ever go back to a case with non modular parts.

>> No.56209477

long time no post

>> No.56209493

its not bad

>> No.56209501
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and I forgot the pic

>> No.56209514

I haven't fucked around with mine too much; is the spot where the drive cage used to be able to support a fan? Thought it'd make a good spot for a 3rd intake

>> No.56209556

Yep, you can remove the HDD cage mounting point and there is a spot for a fan under. Though I dont believe it has a dust filter like the other fan intakes on this case.

>> No.56209572

That's pretty hot, loving the airflow on this fucker so far

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I admire every single one of you.

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I'm ugly and I'm proud.

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>I'm ugly and I'm proud.

>> No.56211036

the GPU sag kinda ruins the good build, you should find a solution

>> No.56211068

Yeah, Not sure what to do with it

>> No.56211193

what card is that and what block is that? GPU.
planning on running water on my 1080 strix too, but
>muh warranty
never had a GPU die on my before tho, and my god knows how old 560 ti is still running. but this is my most expensive card yet too so, kinda worried because of the warranty.

>> No.56211711

1080 Strix

If your GPU works out of the box, it will only die if you fuck it up is what I have experienced.

I have never thought twice about water cooling all my stuff and this is probably my 10th+ build

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Migration is done now moit

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fuck me, what an annoyance.

>> No.56212352

Does that use 5300F memory? That stuff is dirt cheap now on ebay, jamming 128gb into that wouldn't break the bank, and would be hella cool

>> No.56212372

Fix the memory channels...

>> No.56213706

>twf still no (you)

>> No.56213978

Which is yours friend?

>> No.56214031


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Shouldve gone more with a blue build or another case. Pretty ok cable management. Not really something out of the ordinary. 7/10

>> No.56214209

Metro Redux

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I need a proper camera, my N5 makes it look so shit

>> No.56215332

Is the F specification fully buffered?

>> No.56215506

This is the Noctua D-14 right?
What r ur temps with this cooler? I might be able to "swap" one from one of the rendering computers in my uni. Wanna know if it's even worth the hassle

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I just bought a 1070, plus three SP120s for the front and one for the CPU cooler. I think next I'll try overclocking it and maybe get a water cooler.

I moved the stock H440 fans to the roof, but I think the fan closest to the front is sucking out cool air before it gets a chance to circulate?

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>> No.56217886

Is it worth the investment?

>> No.56218189


The hardware has returned it's cost for several months now, I got into Ethereum mining early on. I also have a bunch of S7 and S9 Bitcoin miners that generate about $1000/usd pure profit for me now as well but I colocate those at a mine that has cheap power on the west coast.

It really depends on you, I like messing with hardware so it is a win-win for me. Right now it's a bit risky since Ethereum is going POS (you cannot mine it) in the next year or two.

>> No.56218213


$1000usd/month ******

>> No.56218286

How do you mine (sorry new fag )

>> No.56218817

Nigga, wtf is wrong with your fittings? Why'd you put a 45 on the GPU? Looks wierd and ugly as fuck.
Just use hard tubing for fuck's sake.

>> No.56219142

Go hardline, if not, stop it with all those angle fittings.

Invest less in a PSU and more into cooling.

>> No.56219752

You are the reason AMD lost another 5% of market share this year.
I'm hope you are proud.

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late to the party /g//g//wp/

>> No.56220941

disclaimer: im an nh-d14 fanboy
It's definitely worth it over stock coolers, and there are arguments for and against it verse closed loops.

When i bought this the h100i was the closest equivalent so here we go:
>not quite as good at cooling as a h100i but pretty close
>industrial look
>more expensive
>louder (the pump is louder and the stock fans arent as good)
>better at cooling
>sleek look

Verse a stock cooler it is 100% worth getting one though, i run the fans super slowly so my temps are skewed but from stress testing last night
25c-35c idle (the room heated up)
45-50c normal load
60c after 30 minutes of aida 64 and furmark.

However with my fan curves how they are, the fans dont turn on at all on idle, and at 100% load they are still quieter than an asus strix 970

>> No.56221942

How much did that frame cost? Would make an intereting base for a custom case

>> No.56222033

>GPU mining when the electricity costs more than the fucking bitcoin at this point

>> No.56222464

How does that bench on 3DMark out of curiosity?

>> No.56222792

>in the next year or two
Where i can read about it?

>> No.56223714

all it will do is make the loop take longer to reach equilibrium

>> No.56223835

nice pents!

>> No.56223871

>How you make the bottom part yellow though, my shit? Or just want to buy a fucking cheese?

when you change what you were going to say mid sentence and you splurge everywhere

>> No.56223883

arma 3

>> No.56224338

is breddy guud. Only thing is my case is sff and pretty crammed already although a d15s would fit ( a d15 wouldn't)

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New picture.

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Simple and roomy. 6700k, gtx 1070, samsung ssd 950 pro, 32 ram. Corsair and gigabyte all the way.

>> No.56224711

Why do so many of you use AIO coolers?
They cost more than air coolers but perform almost on the same level.
They are nowhere close to a custom water loop.
The headroom for overclocking on them is not that fantastic.

I am curious.

Why not go air or go true water?

>> No.56224763

You're in a "look good" thread.

>> No.56225107

How does a AIO cooler look good?
>Plastic Tubing that looks like a ribbed condom
>120 Rads that stick out more than your moms dick
>"Water Blocks" with huge rice logos

If you want it to look good, real water or real air looks way better.

AIO is saying "I want to be cool and do water cooling but am either too broke or too stupid to do a proper loop"

>> No.56225217

I want a bit better performance than a Noctua NH-D15, but I don't want a HUGE chunk of aluminium and copper strapped on my motherboard.

I can spend $400-700 on a custom loop, or I could spend $30-40 more than the Noctua and get a 240-280mm AIO radiator.

Even if it only lasts 2-3 years, i'd gladly buy another one if it meant not having a huge ass heatsink and ugly poo fans in my build.

I'm sorry you're such an elitist your autism wont let you buy an AIO, but there is nothing wrong with them, and almost any 240-280mm radiator at this point with decent fans will outperform almost any air cooler on the market, sure the AIO will cost $30-50 more, but $30-50 more is an easy pill to swallow when compared to $300-500 more for a "real" water loop.

tldr, get over yourself, what you think isn't fact, it's opinion, other people have other opinion. If you dont get that, you're autistic.

>> No.56225248

Facts are that a water loop will stomp an AIO.
Fact is that 30% increase in cost does not yield a 30% in performance from air to a AIO.
Fact is that the 120 rad with fans is not any smaller than most air coolers.
Fact is that we cool in order to be able to OC.
Fact is that a AIO cooler will not let you OC any higher than most air coolers.
Fact is, it's shit.

Sorry, not autism, but I don't believe in doing it half assed.

>> No.56225295

Those might be facts for you, but not for me.

>Facts are that a water loop will stomp an AIO.
I already said this is true, and should be obvious considering the price difference
> Fact is that 30% increase in cost does not yield a 30% in performance from air to a AIO.
okay? We aren't paying performance here, half of what I was talking about was not having a HUGE chunk of aluminum and copper strapped to my motherboard, that's aesthetics, im not trying to beat an air cooler with my AIO....
>Fact is that the 120 rad with fans is not any smaller than most air coolers.
Who cares if it's smaller or larger? A radiator can be tucked out of the way, mounted on the top, front, bottom, etc. hell in some cases you can even mount the radiator externally, even with AIOs.
>Fact is that we cool in order to be able to OC.
who is this we? I didn't get an AIO to beat an air cooler OC. I bought an AIO to match a good air cooler OC while being out of the way and looking nicer.
>Fact is that a AIO cooler will not let you OC any higher than most air coolers.
I'm not really looking for it to do that, so okay? and a decent 280mm AIO will leave even the best air cooler behind by several degrees at load.
>Fact is, it's shit.
oh okay, more of your opinions...

Yeah, autism

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>Fact is that the 120 rad with fans is not any smaller than most air coolers.
Can you fit any top air cooler in this case?

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Or maybe this?

>> No.56225369

Obviously in those cases you're supposed to spend $500+ building an externally mounted custom water loop.

He doesn't like to half ass things, remember?

>> No.56225376

You shouldn't talk about what you don't know about.

The truth is modern AIOs stomp on air coolers with comparable price and better compatibility. You'll find it hard pressed, if not impossible, to find an air cooler that can dissipate the heat of an OC'd processor better than that of a basic CLC with less noise and using less room.

>pumps are loud!
No, they're not.

Not to mention a sleek radiator looks significantly better than a large, finned, chunk of aluminum hanging off the center of your motherboard.


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>I already said this is true, and should be obvious considering the price difference
You can buy some starter kits for 150-200, which is only a small increase over a AIO
>okay? We aren't paying performance here, half of what I was talking about was not having a HUGE chunk of aluminum and copper strapped to my motherboard, that's aesthetics, im not trying to beat an air cooler with my AIO....
Why are you using a big cooler at all if you don't care about performance?
>Who cares if it's smaller or larger? A radiator can be tucked out of the way, mounted on the top, front, bottom, etc. hell in some cases you can even mount the radiator externally, even with AIOs.
How exactly do you mount it externally? Most of the time the tubes are way too short to do anything more that back, top or front mount.
>who is this we? I didn't get an AIO to beat an air cooler OC. I bought an AIO to match a good air cooler OC while being out of the way and looking nicer
You just said
>I want a bit better performance than a Noctua NH-D15
Do you want performance or not?
>I'm not really looking for it to do that, so okay? and a decent 280mm AIO will leave even the best air cooler behind by several degrees at load.
You keep saying you don't care about performance but that yu do care about performance... which is it anon?

See pic

>> No.56225440


NHD 14's are half the price of most AIO cooler, lel

Are you telling me that AIO's double stomp a NHD14?

Do you even know anything about any of this?

>> No.56225449

>You can buy some starter kits for 150-200, which is only a small increase over a AIO
Wait wait wait, I thought you didn't half ass things? But now you're telling me it's okay to go SUPER cheap on the custom loop? I have priced out what a good EK custom loop would cost me for my specific build, i'd be looking at a LOT closer to $700 to do it properly.

>Why are you using a big cooler at all if you don't care about performance?
I said I want the performance of a big air cooler without the big air cooler. I'm not looking for something to BEAT the air cooler though, you were implying i was trying to beat air coolers with my AIO, i'm not, I only want to match them.

>How exactly do you mount it externally? Most of the time the tubes are way too short to do anything more that back, top or front mount.
The EK predator AIO has hose fittings that can be removed, you can even add a GPU to the loop.

>Do you want performance or not?
I said I want a bit better performance, any 240-280mm AIO at this point will beat any Noctua, in idle performance, as well as load performance. I'm not looking for a 20C difference, just 2-5C.

Honestly you're just confirming more and more that you're autistic.

>> No.56225517

Not half assed, still open loop which you can expand on, upgrade and customize later on.

Also, 700 for a starter loop?

Where are you getting these prices?

Whats your setup/pic of guts, let me show you the way.

>> No.56225529

Yes, I am.

>Do you even know anything about any of this?
Actually, I do. Do you?

>> No.56225534

>NHD 14's are half the price of most AIO cooler, lel

You can get 120mm AIOs all day for basically the same price (and even cheaper) than the NH-D14.

NH-D14 is $70
Corsair H55 is $75
Corsair H75 is $80
Enermax Liqmax II 240 is $83


Obviously the more expensive ~$120 units are going to be quieter and a thicker radiators. But the sub $100 units aren't exactly shit either.

Oh good, I can buy basically the cheapest custom loop possible from EK and get almost identical performance to my AIO which cost $60 less, even with the extra fans I bought for it.

>> No.56225581

>Whats your setup/pic of guts
X99 5820k at 4.5GHz daily.

To make it worthwhile i'd need to at LEAST spend $350-400 on a kit, and i'd probably need to spend another $50 on extra fittings and various pieces and parts not included in the kit.

Just doesn't seem like a sound investment for something I have no need for when the AIO I purchased when I built this thing has been running fine and keeping my temps under 72c at load.

Could a nice custom loop bring those temps down? Of course, but it would be spending literally double what i've already spent and the temps, while they would be cooler, wont actually do anything. It's not like i'm getting more performance out of it, my 5820k is already at a voltage wall, I don't want to put more than 1.3v on it and a custom water loop isn't going to get me anymore headroom there.

Just seems like money down the drain because you can't deal with the fact AIOs are so easy a retard can install it.

>> No.56225643

The difference between a custom loop and an aio/d15 will depend on the heat load. Under 125w you won't be looking at temperature differences, perhaps a lower noise on the custom loop because you have more surface area.

Once you go beyond 150w the temperature will remain the same on the custom loop but it'll begin to fail/overheat on the aio/d15.

That's all a custom loop does. It won't ever give you lower temperatures unless you're hitting the dissipation capacity of your current heatsink.

>> No.56225683

>Once you go beyond 150w
Guess my ~200w 5820k at 4.5GHz with an AIO must be failing huh?

Going on 6 months of almost 24/7 operation now and i've never seen temps over 75c.

>> No.56225775

My 5930k at 4.5 1.37v consumes 230w running prime95. Under a custom 720mm loop it hits 95c.

An aio will absolutely not be able to handle it because I know from first hand experience. I had a kraken 280mm on there before and it wouldn't even allow me to run the program without crashing.

Under normal loads it would perform admirably because the load wouldn't go beyond the 160w area. But not stress tests. No chance in hell.

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why do you need so much voltage?

My 5820k hits 4.5GHz with 1.28v

I only had to go over 1.3v to get stable benchmarks at 4.7GHz.

>> No.56225853

Also, I can tell you for a fact my 5820k sits at 4.5GHz all day doing encodes and never breaks 75c.

Maybe you had shit fans on your kraken?

>> No.56225952

Because my processor is actually avx2 stable. Gaming/encode stable doesn't require more than 1.25v.

And it doesn't matter what fans I had. I used the stock 140mm fans running at their max of 2500rpm. It was loud and pushed a shit ton of air.

>> No.56225953


How to know if the pump is working? I can't hear anything but can feel vibrating in the tubes.

>> No.56225975

>avx2 stable
Lol AVX2 has no uses, so what's your point?

Unless you're working on AVX2 all fucking day, and if you are I feel bad because you're just wasting your time, AVX2 really has no place, even CERN wrote it off.

The fact is my build is fully stable for what I use it for, has been for over 5 months now.

>> No.56226083

BTC Miner ?

>> No.56226273

1333mHz RAM

>> No.56226392

My point is that my processor runs all programs like it does out of the box, but at my desired clock rate.

I sure as fuck wouldn't buy a processor that overheats and fails to run certain instructions.

>> No.56226428

Except mine doesn't... It runs at 100% load just fine, I run benchmarks, and stress tests besides P95 which is shown to potentially damage CPUs.

P95 hasn't been a decent stress test since the mid 2000s.

I have never had my computer bluescreen or shut down unexpectedly.

But hey, you apparently know more about my own computers stability than I do.

Maybe you just got dicked by the silicon lottery and I got lucky?

Trying to act like my CPU is somehow unstable when I have 20+ days of uptime is just silly.

>> No.56226439

stupid question. even well optimized stuff like witcher 3 will easily drop below 40fps in 1080p if you put all settings to the max. especially the fur/hait simulation is quite demanding.

>> No.56226690

I don't care about yours lol. Whatever insecurities my post made you feel about your own cpu is all on you. That's just the standard I set for my processor and I'm sorry if you feel intimidated by a strong independent stable cpu.

>> No.56226795

500r? That's what I have. I bet you put the hard drives in the top two slots because the bottom one is impossible to put the SATA stuff in, kek. Cabling looks about as good as it will get with that case. Airflow is ludicrous. 8/10 overall.

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>running over 1.3V 24/7
>stable CPU


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>1.37v 24/7 operation
>strong independent stable cpu

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same thing here
just got my 1070 today and even updated speccy, nothing
why can't speccy show that it has 8GB?
GPU-Z shows 8GB

>> No.56227713

>even updated speccy
well speccy hasn't been updated since december, and that update was only for a windows 10 fuck up, nothing to do with hardware detection.

Speccy is shit and always has been. However it's the lightest and easiest thing to run to get an idea of the hardware you have.

Also, since the GTX 1070 and 1080 only come in 8GB versions anyone with sense will know it's just speccy being retarded.

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>> No.56228745

If mommy and daddy pay the bill its profitable.

>> No.56229158


It's not for Bitcoins, it's for Ethereum.

>> No.56230072

Is that what the kids are calling it these days?

>> No.56231133

why did you put your pc in the roof, anon?

>> No.56231787

Thanks anon! Yes exactly, I wish I could lower the hard drive because it kind of renders that first fan useless. But stll great case.

>> No.56231834

you guys have any favorite cases? I'm building it around an atx motherboard and gtx 1080

>> No.56231923


Fractal Define S is nice, I have a Define R5 which I'm going to change for the Define S, looks a lot cleaner inside and you can put any HDD's on the back instead of having them awkwardly in the front like on the R5

>> No.56232506

Single digit denies.
Pls don't be that LoL guy. At least pretend to be trying.

>> No.56233105

> sag

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I know im really late. But here it is anyways going to be some changes coming this Friday.

>> No.56233795

What GPU is this?

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Gainward is the only GPU company I know that does heatsinks like that.

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Sold Gpu
Buying new one at the end of september
Upgrade monitor while waiting.
PB278Q 1440p arrives
Realise 2500k/P8Z68 only does 1080p on Igpu
oh well.jpg

Im taking my XFX 260 Gtx black Ed out of the attic tonight.

>> No.56233943

Nice I have two PB258Q
Great monitors
>Im taking my XFX 260 Gtx black Ed out of the attic tonight.
Make sure you have dual link DVI cables because single link is gonna max at 1920x1200.

>> No.56233981

Post more mini itx, any hadron air builds?

>> No.56233987

I've bough a Refurbished PB278Q Actually.
379$ CAD instead of 629$ CAD
Still , it surprisingly came with a VGA/DVI/HDMI kit!

>> No.56234085

>379$ CAD instead of 629$ CAD
Shit, is CAD that low right now?
PB278Q is only $380 brand new in the USA.

I got my TWO PB258Q for $550 total. I know they're already a little bit cheaper than the 27", but I can't imagine $630 for ONE O_O

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They're both R9 Fury. Sapphire I think.

>> No.56234159

Buying in CAD$ will always get you fucked up
Amazon got them on sale @ 525 insted of 575$
Newegg.ca got a refurb @ 449 instead of 629. But also have a Brand new @ 500$
i guess the 629 thing is to boost their "rebate"

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x5687 here. I'm having some stability problems. What motherboard are you using? Care to offer an anon some advice?

Is that an X8DTI-F? What heatsinks you using?

>> No.56234756

Thanks. Both brands look great cause I'm looking for a reversible GPU without looking like a retard.

>> No.56234921

Mine's an XFX Fury.

I'm playing the new Deus Ex in 1440p on Very High settings with 45 - 65 frames.

>> No.56235601

I admire every single of you, cable management is hard ..

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