I caved... Quad GTX 580 UD with new AC waterblocks.. New 990X and new 1500W PSU

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by Phatboy69, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. Phatboy69

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    New Toy for some cutting this week... :)

    Dremel 4000 4/50 with an extra 65 piece cutting kit.

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  2. slckb0y

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    isn't there a rule again posting porn material on that forum ? (btw can someone hand me a kleenex pls ?)

    particulary love the hard pipes from one waterblock to another and the rasta power cable, make them a bit huge but look just bad ass.

    just for fun, what's your T° on air with the quad sli ? :nerd: i had a 3 sli of 470 with the same cooler and went higher than 100° after 5min of metro ^^
     
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  3. Phatboy69

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    Here's the GPU's done!

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  4. NoviceRei

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    dang.. the 580 waterblock looks neat, let alone 4 of them in quad sli!
     

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    you already got my adress for shipping this rig right RIGHT !! :D

    F...ing A++++ ;)
     
  6. Darkiee

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    This makes my upgrade gona look like a worm... Btw, your cpu block looks absolutely brilliant, and so does the price...
    Damn i envy your fundings on this project.

    And give me few of those QDC´s, me needs!

    Anyways, looks very cool. :thumbup:
     
  7. hallryu

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    The GPU's would look better with backplates imo. Not sure if they do them for those though.
     
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    That is just so sick! Well done, KUTGW!
     
  9. Phatboy69

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    Tubing all done!!! What do you think?

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  11. hallryu

    hallryu Don Altobello

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    Sick PC, Sick Vid....I feel sick! lol
     
  12. Phatboy69

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    IT LIVES!!!!! :shock::shock::shock:

    Still have some tidying to do..
    The bays are not screwed in yet because I still need to work around them for the final cabling and tidying and to able to check for leaks! :):):)

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    Idle Temperatures
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  13. Matt26LFC

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    Amazing work Phatboy!

    Those temps look good, what are you load temps? I take it those idle temps are CPU and GPU's at stock?
     
  14. k3vst3r

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    very sick setup
     
  15. Brasky

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    what's in between your rad's and fans, the clear thingy?
     

  16. Matt26LFC

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    Those are shrouds mate, think they allow for better airflow by not having the fans so close to the rad, something to do with a deadzone. Not 100% sure, but they are shrouds.
     
  17. Phatboy69

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    Its a radiator shroud to evenly distribute the airflow. There is a deadspot in the centre of the fans so this nets a few percent more efficient cooling.
     
  18. hallryu

    hallryu Don Altobello

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    Benchies or GTFO!




    Kidding j/k :p
     
  19. Phatboy69

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    990X is being replaced by Intel RMA after a flaky IMC was accepted by them!
    So here's some 950 benchies.

    I managed to get the GPUs to 970/2200 still at 1.2v, found a bit of ICH & IOH tweaking was the cause of instability, not the GPU voltage! :)
    There's a bit more in it too, I have the GPUs now stable at 980/2200 but combined test is failing which means a bit more ICH IOH tweaking!

    Comparing 950/2200 vs 970/2200 - almost at 19k with an i7 950 :)

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    Graphics Score
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    Physics Score
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    Combined Score
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    3DMark Score
    P18934
    Graphics Score
    28450
    Physics Score
    10224
    Combined Score
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    http://3dmark.com/compare/3dm11/2084921/3dm11/2077624
     
  20. Phatboy69

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    In BF3 which I picked up today, I get 170-190FPS, AVG 180FPS in the opening train scene and 130-150FPS in the first outdoor scene in campaign mode.

    Beautiful looking graphics and great scaling for 4-way out of the box! :)

    1920x1080 everything Ultra maxed. Loving it!!!!!
     

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