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>> No.76009720

>>76009703
Forgot specs.
9900k with a 5 year old coolermaster 240 AIO
Gskill 32gb 3600mhz ram
Strix 980ti's in SLI
A couple of 970 Pro NVMe's and an old 840 2.5" on the rear for storage.
Seasonic X Series 1050w PSU
Noctua Industrials for the fans (plus that really old beige one I don't remember exactly what).
Xonar Essence STX sound card.

Gonna replace the Case, AIO, PSU and GPU when the 30xx comes out.

>> No.76010000

>>76009720
god that's fucking gross. all that nice hardware and you can't buy a can of fucking spray duster. animal.

>> No.76010011

>>76010000
Lets see your guts anon.

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>> No.76010058

>>76010000
10K quads of truth

>> No.76011038
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Temps seem good but both cpu and gpu hit max 75 C while gaming/streaming/recording yesterday
should I invest in a better cooler? maybe the black noctua or dark rock 4?

>> No.76011451

>>76011038
Noctua is always the right answer, but you could also try adding one extra exhaust fan to the top.

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>>76011491
>that handicap ramp to guide air out of the basement

>> No.76011601
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>>76011451
>Noctua is always the right answer

>> No.76011860

>>76011038
Did you tier your pci-e cale in a knot?
>this is your brain when it's not been noctua-pilled

>> No.76011904

>>76011860
Not him, but I think it's one of the cables with two connectors on the end.

>> No.76012006
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>>76011957
>Scythe Choten
Looks like a nice cooler.
This is my build.

What GPU and how are your temps?

>> No.76012048

>>76011946
Is the intake on the front? Does it have a filter easy to clean ? Is it positive pressure or negative? I use to have a cooler master case with too fans in the front and exhaust in the top and back I have dust problems since my office is basically my repurposed attic so I was cleaning my filter every 3-4 months. coil whine I solved with an fps limit on everything with msi afterburner.

>> No.76012074

>>76011997
>Natural convection has an insignificant effect over the blasting air currents coming from even a low rpm fan.
Yeah, exactly. You still need to mention it because people will insist that you're doing it wrong because muh hot air rises otherwise.
>>76012006
Damn, yours looks very clean.
>What GPU and how are your temps?
RX 580 at the moment. I still need to remove the dust from the Morpheus and the paste being three years old may or may not have an effect, but it rarely breaks past 65C with the fans at 800 RPM which is more than okay. Accelero + full-sized fans probably performs better.
>>76012048
Front doesn't support fans. It has bottom and side filters but the top being perforated means you'll likely have dust issues regardless.

>> No.76012231

>>76012074
I get decent temps. Not sure if rx5700 runs hotter than 580 though. Usually top out 75C for the GPU under load but the system is quiet

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>>76009685
noctua gang unite! for its time to seize back the means of fan production.

>> No.76012585
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>>76012528
>noctua gang unite! for its time to seize back the memes of fan production.

>> No.76013184

>>76009703
That's pretty fucking dirty m8. At least pee in it to wash it out.

>> No.76013401

>>76013220
Delta, Sanyo or even Nidec fans aren't really trying to achieve the same thing as Noctua. They move air, sure, but servers aren't going to mind them screaming like a banshee or expose the user to the risk of a cut finger because the thing was moving at >6000 RPM.
I like how the A12x25 looks like a nod the these fans however with the hub and blade design.

>> No.76014019

>>76013737
explain why you think they are trash. Bonus if its objective and not some subjective tinfoil hat wearing "Dey steel muh internet cookies and made in china coz ccp hacking"

>> No.76014779

>>76014593
It has served me well for just shy fo a decade. It was actually one of the reasons I bought the crosshair as it supports AM3+ coolers (has both AM3+ and AM4 holes on the board). Will be sad to see the cooler go when I eventually upgrade my cpu, but that won't be for a while yet.

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>>76014886
Imagine naming your PC

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Y'all got a tighter squeeze than this in your PC? I doubt it.

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>>76015349
Wide shot with legacy graphics.

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>>76015396
Phasers set to kill

>> No.76015579

>>76015566
I bought a boatload of sata cables on amazon for like $8, stop being poor.

>> No.76015765
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Cooler is even more based than Noctua D15, but is too big for this case so i'll have to cut a small part of the pc 'door' soon, it fits but it forces the 2nd fan against the ram too hard.

X99 Asus
Xeon E5-2696 v3, 18 core clocked at 4.0Ghz
64Gb Ecc Ram, at 2400, but based quad channel
Toshiba SSD and Toshiba 1Tb HDD
Rx 480 8gb from previous build that i got rid of, will replace with a used strix 1070ti from a friend

Building with used parts is so much fun and far cheaper for same performance

>> No.76015959

>>76015765
how much was your mobo and cpu? x99 boards have literally zero depreciation.

>> No.76016029

>>76015959
Mobo + cpu + ram all came in a bundle on ebay for 600 euros, a steal, couldn't refuse it, even though i dont necessarily need the 18 cores.

And it's true, X99 mobos just dont depriciate, on the contrary, i've looked dozens of them everywhere and they are overall priced at around 200

>> No.76016324

>>76016029
decent, the cpu is worth that alone.
im on a 2695v2 12c, got these for 100 each, itching to get your cpu though for some clock gainz for the gaymin perf.

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>>76016308
>>76016339
>>76016341
It's on the H75 cooler contact plate. The glass is tempered.

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>>76016308
>>76016339
>>76016385

>> No.76016429
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>>76016385
Sorry, misread. The powered by corsair and other stickers are on an internal cable management tray. I might take the stickers off at some point.

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>>76016426
>>76016447
Haha RGB machine go brrrrrrg

>> No.76016491

>>76016324
I was considering the ivy bridge V2s but then it's not worth it anymore today, Haswell is the sweet spot and have the last Xeons we can play with.

I wanted an E5-1660v3 because it's the last overclockable xeon and can get over 4.5Ghz but then i found this deal and i pulled the trigger.
Note that the 2699v3 multiplier is 36, and the 2969v3 i got, which isnt even listed in Intel ark, or anywhere, is 38. So that plus some Fsb to 103 or 104 and i can get 4.0Ghz. Also this is running the Haswell all turbo microcode hack, you can google it, makes Haswell Xeons a fucking steal.

With the microcode it can handle 4.0 with 10 loaded cores and 3.4 with all 18 cores.

>> No.76016549

>>76016324
If you're on a low budget there are now chink X99 mobos for like 90USD on ali express, they are quite ok if you dont abuse, you can't tune like in a genuine X99 Asus or MSI board.

If you're really interested, your local market is likely to have lower prices than ebay or anywhere else, a genuine board is worth it

>> No.76016631

>>76016429
god i really hate those old usb front header connectors, always worried about spanning the mobo connector when trying to cable manage them. the new style is so much better

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>>76016725
>not one noctua build in your list,
fucking paid shill

>> No.76016754

>>76011038
If it's below 80 C then there's no cause for concern imo.

>> No.76016859

>>76016689
What an ultra based machine, i love that giant radiator, my guess that's a Dell case, you've made an excellent deal anon. Dell and HP machines can be great deals as well, always cheaper than building part by part

It's not exactly p state, it consists of flashing a microcode into the mobo bios and slightly undervolting the cpu core coltage. The hack disables the cpu from throttling under load so it can run all time on full max turbo frequency. The undervolting helps with that as well.
It's quite a performance boost, you can easily run something like one, or dual 12 cores 2690v3 on 3.5Ghz all cores, there are a lot of tutorials on how to do that, i was based on Tech Yes and some russian dude.

Sadly this only works with Haswell, intel jews seethed when some russian dude 'invented' this micro code thing and locked it on next generations.

>> No.76017034

>>76016689
It was just a generic 4u case off amazon some codegen box. Wanted the rosewill l2000 or summin but it's hard to get in yurop. mobo is the supermicro X9DRH-7TF , sas2208 flashed to it mode, 2 10gb nics onboard. and two 2695's v2's. that Brian cunt let the word out about the 2695's and their price is up around £150 now. need two more for my other server and haven't seen them near the hundred mark for ages.

Does it work retroactively on ivy or sandy? is it only on certain mobos too?

>> No.76017052

>>76017003
>passive air cooling
Just get an aio and turn the fans off.

>> No.76017171

>>76017003
I'm surprised even a 65w chip can be passively cooled in that setup. Then again one of the lower tier zen chips won't be sucking much juice.

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>>76009685 No noctuas this time, but gutted h200i should count as non-standard build.

>> No.76017241

>>76017205
You could but it would be a great way to kill a system.

>> No.76017243

>>76017181
>what use do you give to your server?
I don't use it, just take pictures and post it on 4chan, don;t even know how to turn it on
nah, web hosting, plex server, various docker containers, game servers(this is what i want the clock speed for)
>>76017205
it'll cook without the pump, even a low power cpu, not enough convection, pump on minimum however will be silent and be better than the 65w passive air cooler

>> No.76017406

>>76017243
I asked cos i have a friend who is finishing developing his game and is asking me to build him a server, if i dont find a good Ivy or Haswell HP or Dell workstation i might try the dual cpu chinese board with something like 2670 v3 and even though it would be harder to put the turbohack running, it would be stupidly cheap for the performance given.

>> No.76017479

>>76017433
Doubt it, not enough ram, though it's a pretty based storage machine

>> No.76017494

>>76017433
>shitty 1155 incel socket
>single sided dimms
>stacked with drives
Gonna say this is a nas build, mayble some light vm's

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>>76017406
a used 3700x and cheapo b450 might be better for compiling and gaymin, not sure how a 12c haswell at 4niggahertz would compare with a 8c poozen
>>76017512
I'm with you anon, however, what's not bland about fans these days? muh arrgeebee?

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Haven't updated in a while. Hardware still stronk.
I do need a better photo though.

>> No.76017587

>>76017171
I tried a 1700 at first, and even undervolting the piss out of it didnt work unless I turned the fans all the way up, so I switched to a 1300 and didn't do anything, it stays under 60c with a very relaxed case-fan curve
>>76017052
I thought about doing this, since I do have two aio's collecting dust in my closet, but I wanted something I liked looking at, and I don't really like the look of aio's.

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>>76009685

1. Noctua in a box since adding the loop
2. Drilled the PCIe rack to hold the resevoir
3. Plenty

>> No.76017675

>>76017573
>good cable management
>sleeved cables with combs
>decent hardware choices for midrange
>not a dusty hell-hole
Well done anon, you get my stamp of approval.
Only the silver mind you, if you want the gold you gotta get fan splitters and stop using those fan headers by the cpu. also that better not be an optical drive in 2020

>> No.76017688

>>76017669
based, all you need is a 90 degree fitting to take that distgusting kink out

>> No.76017711

>>76017669
>>76017688
or get ZMT, that would look a lot nicer.

>> No.76017736

>>76017688
I'm on it. Didn't realise how bad it would look until it was all done and didn't have any 90's at the time. I tried to get the kink out but this is best I could do.

>>76017711
Specifically wanted clear for this.

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>>76017675
I think that the time the photo was taken it was a n optical drive, 2ndary pc

>> No.76017849

>>76017736
you can buy 10/16mm clear that's much less prone to kinking and doesn;t leech so much fluid as the thinner stuff., the fittings cost a little bit more though and you'd have to rebuy 8 of them.
You could also mount pump/res to the radiator with mount kits, a lot of people do that with the case.
Just food for thought

>> No.76017863

>>76017570
I've looked into used Amd but the thing is, it's actually 2x12c Haswell at 3.1niggahertz, so it's worth it, way more likely to do better at compiling and game server.

>> No.76017895

>>76017849
Thanks. I'll definitely bear it in mind. I am thinking of moving the res in front of the radiator so that would be my time to chance any pipes. The case comes with a mount but it doesn't work with a 420 rad. I'll keep this in mind when I'm looking.

>> No.76017933

>>76017911
>4 core
>2080
>piss bottles
Checks out

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Buying a NH-U12S soon and another intake fan.

>> No.76018462

>>76016631
I'm going to see if I can get an L shaped flat extender

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>>76017961
This actually just reminded me of why I haven't done that yet. I was thinking it might mount the res using these 4 screws. Not sure how yet

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>>76009685
nonstandard mod would have to be putting the 980ti cooler on the titan x

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>>76019957
>I5
>titan X

>>76020820
It is the result of pumping 250w through a mobo only rated for 180w at best. That is a vishera CPU and even with a cooker rated for 250w to keep absolute temps below 75c (the hard lock point for vishera) I needed to cool the rear of the socket when feeding the 8320E 1.475v. I miss that setup even if absolute performance was meh.

>> No.76022967

>>76017911
>2080
>incel 4core
>weeb
top kek

>> No.76023386

>>76017433
No it's some manchild's coom / consoom station

>> No.76023412

>>76017911
I don't recommend using piss as coolant
You'll corrode your blocks and rads within months

>> No.76024404

bamp to save guts thread

>> No.76025344

>>76025121
I don’t like a lit up multi colored case but white light is kind of nice. It’s a 2600x w/ rx 570.

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Gaming machine, still waiting to put D5 pump in

>> No.76027149

>>76026720
Is that a geeek at with push/pull rads top and bottom?
Madman

>> No.76027932

>>76024418
No need temp is good even with an of and it's easier for resale

>> No.76029945

>>76017003
Very cute, anon. Although it probably doesn't perform well.

>> No.76029973

>>76027136
this is gorgeous

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