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*-=The Guru of 3D rig gallery rev.2 Part 9=-*

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by hallryu, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. signex

    signex Ancient Guru

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    Here is my updated rig, sitting in the living room atm cause my parents are on vacation for a week.
    Sorry for the crappy quality, made them with a Nokia Lumia 530.
    Monitor is a Samsung S27D390, changed it from my 24inch version of that monitor.

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    No idea why this side panel won't close, the lock mechanism doesn't work and the case is brand new.
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  2. ElementalDragon

    ElementalDragon Ancient Guru

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    wiring in the way or something? Know i've had that happen my fair share of times with both CoolerMaster Cosmos cases i've had (1 and 2).

    And..... is that a wallpaper of Sinon from the new season of Sword Art Online?
     
  3. signex

    signex Ancient Guru

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    No there is nothing in the way, at least not that i can see.
    I'm going to tape it soon, that thing dangling on the side is very annoying.

    Very dissapointed in this case, the cable management is horrid too as you can see.
    Paid 199 euro's for it, and i wish i'd taken the new Raven RV05. :(

    Yes it is a wallpaper of Sinon, I'm a huge SAO fanboy. :D
     
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  4. ElementalDragon

    ElementalDragon Ancient Guru

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    Who isn't a fan? Though, i must say...... WHERE the HELL is Attack on Titan season 2?!?!? My god is that taking forever to come around.
     

  5. JohanSCHR

    JohanSCHR Master Guru

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    Small upgrade i geuss.. i trade my GTX780 with my best friend for two XFX HD7970 BE DD's.
    May seem like a stupid trade to some, but i wasn't planning on getting another GTX anyway.. The two radeon's seem to be a tad faster then my single nvidia was.

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  6. BUFDUP

    BUFDUP Master Guru

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    650watt enough for 7970 crossfire?
     
  7. JohanSCHR

    JohanSCHR Master Guru

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    Seems to be fine for now, not doing any heavy stuff atm anyway.
    I will however upgrade it next pay check, adding in a custom water loop too, been to long :D
     
  8. darrenj

    darrenj Ancient Guru

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    First test run and benchies of Devil's Canyon i5 4690K on an Asus Z97M-Plus board. with Crucial Ballistix Tracers

    With simple Bios selections, it easily runs up to 4.6ghz with small benchmarking and lots of gaming and throttling down to 1.33ghz in 2D mode.
    Idles 33-35 centigrade in the summer heat- benches up to 75 centigrade, with and old Antec Kühler H20 620... which I plan to change..

    My only gripe is my all powerful Sapphire R9 290 TriX OC generates lots of heat blowing out the side and circulating hot air in my Fractal Design Arc mini R2 case.. need a solution

    YES Some cabling still needs to be done. Just running tests för now.. Hate Asus AI suite 3

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  9. spider

    spider Master Guru

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    Advanced HDD cooling

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  10. Megabiv

    Megabiv Master Guru

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    New case and a monster loop!

    Well I had a week off work a while back and decided to maximize my water cooling loop as much as I could. Since my original loop was for just CPU and a single GPU not SLI GTX580's it required me to have the fans on full to get decent cooling which was somewhat annoying.

    So anyway I'm now a member of the Corsair D900 club. I even managed to fit a total of 4 radiators in this beast and its effectively silent considering the number fans in there.

    Top - EK 480mm
    Bottom - EK 480mm & XSPC 360mm
    Rear - XSPC 140mm

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  11. ElementalDragon

    ElementalDragon Ancient Guru

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    Something seems a little overkill about having 1,460mm worth of radiator.... yet only cooling a single CPU and two GPU's....
     
  12. Megabiv

    Megabiv Master Guru

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    Well it's sort of the point, but just for clarification I only added the two 480mm rads to my loop as I was originally unsure if I'd get the 140m & 360mm rads in the case. Since I could i thought why the hell not.

    At least this way I no longer have to be concerned about what I'm cooling where as before I was starting to notice the limits of my current setup with just the 360mm & 140mm.
     
  13. Frag-master

    Frag-master Ancient Guru

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    Above is nice cooling.. :p

    My recent upgrade is to my cooling of 4x2tb HDD in my shuttle. which works better then before :p

    Temps were around 49-50c mark, now around 38-42 area. so works :)

    its all about the small cases :)

    Also added heat spreaders to my ram, As now overclocked from 1066mhz to 1202mhz : 6-6-6-14 :) ... good match with CPU @ 3.6ghz up from the 2.66ghz standard. all in a little shuttle :p

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  14. DaddyD302

    DaddyD302 Ancient Guru

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  15. iPp

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    My rig isn't anything special and I haven't even modded anything, I'm just happy how it turned out in the end :) :
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  16. clawhamer

    clawhamer Ancient Guru

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    tight rig, I like it
     
  17. biggerx

    biggerx Ancient Guru

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    Same. I love the CPU cooler.
     
  18. iPp

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    Thank you ! I've built the rig around the idea of OC'ing a G3258 but I found a xeon 1230v3 for a good price and I had already bought the z97 extreme4 so I decided to make things a little bit more aesthetic and went for the Deep Cool GAMMAXX cooler.(which actually does the job pretty well - 52C when all cores are @3.7GHz 100% load)
    Next thing I would like to do is to get rid of all the HDDs and swap them for SSDs. :)
     
  19. TaskMaster

    TaskMaster Maha Guru

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    I like it, do you leave the side panel open at all times or?
     
  20. iPp

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    It's closed all the time, I just removed the top dust/noise filters to fit in two 80mm 1200rpm exhaust fans which creates some extra airflow so everything runs surprisingly cool and quiet. I've never seen the R9 290 over 74C. What annoys me is that one of the fans on the 290 is rattling when it gets below 35% fan speed and I just have to keep it closed.
     
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