Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by hallryu, Dec 13, 2011.
The PC fairy left me a present to put in my previously posted rig.
this OriginPC build arrived almost 2 months ago and the Noctis figure last night
Add me too
Here is my
i7-5820k with 4.5GHz OC
ASRock X99 Extreme 6
96GB DDR4 2133MHz
GTX 1080 FE with EK WB
GTX Titan X Maxwell with EK WB
Seasonic XM2 1250W etc
EK-KIT X360 water cooling kit includes:
- universal CPU water block: EK-Supremacy EVO (incl. LED diode, mounting- & thermal material)
- radiator: EK-CoolStream XE 360 (Triple)
- radiator fan: EK-Vardar F3-120 (1850rpm) (3pcs)
- water pump: EK-DDC 3.2 PWM Elite Edition (incl. pump holders)
- reservoir: EK-RES X3 150
- tubing: EK-DuraClear 9,5/12,7mm (3/8'' - 1/2'') (2 meters)
- compression fittings: EK-ACF Fitting 13/10mm - G1/4 Nickel (8 pcs)
Mayhem Havoc 240mm radiator
4x Phanteks PH-F120SP
8x G1/4 13/10 fittings XSPC
Aquaero 6 XT
Case is Phanteks Enthoo Primo
Load temps during the Corona Benchmark
As right now I'm very happy,in rendering with CUDA my temps never go beyond 35C on GTX 1080 and on Titan X never go beyond 32C,with CPU rendering temps are in 58-65C as max on PKG,in V-RAY temps are in 58-61C as max
Just wanted to share my new game/work/command station
Sorry for the rubbisch quality pics, their from a Samsung A5
Took few more pictures few days back of my build,still I need to install 3rd card GTX1080 FE with WB and probably would redo loop
That is a fat radiator ahahah ... What pump did you use ?
Agree its fat 240mm 60mm thick Mayhem Havoc radiator,wanted to get HWL but I just couldn't find it in stock and went with this one
I'm still on single EK DDC 3.2 PWM,but looks like I will need to upgrade to D5 or add extra DDC pump because I will be running one extra GPU block and this can lower flow,waiting on flow sensors as well from Aquacomputer MPS
Saw yours on OCN,you are done great job as well there
Hope this helps
I'm everywhere since all of my local forums shutdown ahahaha.
I have the same pump ! the EK 3.2 is a actually a Xylem 3.25 with PWM is stronger than the old LAING 3.2 have more head pressure. In my loop the pressure is crazy and the bubble come out really easy.
Just my humble opinion. A good idea is switching to a dual loop with 3 cards and a CPU, the fat rad to the CPU and the 420mm (360 ?) for the cards.
The D5 are great for a low restriction loop and the are really silence, but if you want to keep a single loop for 3 GPU + CPU stick with the DDCs, they are more suitable for a restrictive loop like yours.
A topcover 2x DDC will perform great on single loop sick head pressure
That's shame yours local forums shutdown
Regarding the dual loop,this I've planned as well,but I will need to switch to different case,right now running Enthoo Primo and all HDD cages are full and fitting 360mm rad at bottom is not possible,max I think 280mm 60mm thick which I could do with all cages full
Will see when I install another GTX1080 FE or I would be waiting on GTX1080 Ti and use EVGA Step-UP and get Ti rather and looks like Titan X Pascal WB is compatible with new GTX1080 Ti
Hereby a bit more in depth look at my system.
It's called -14- for 2 reasons, A) it has a 14 core CPU, and B) If I remember correctly this has been my 14th personal build in a new case - so the name made sense
CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2683v3 Running at 3,150ghz @ all core turbo unlocked/hack.
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti G1 Gaming @ 1500 core and 8Ghz Ram (will be replaced by a 1080 Ti in June with my next update :banana
MoBo: ASRock X99 Extreme 6/3.1 (Custom bios without uCode)
RAM: 16 (32 actually.. waiting on another quad kit )gb Corsair Vengance DDR4 3000mhz @ 2133
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-U12DX i4 in Push pull config
PSU: Corsair RMi 1000w
Sound: Creative Soundblaster HD USB
Speakers: Creative Gigaworks T40 II
Headphone 1: Sennheiser HD650
Headphone 2: BeyerDynamic DT770 Pro (80 ohms version)
Midi Keyboard: Acorn Masterkey 49
Keyboard: Razer Blackwidow "ultimate" Chroma
Mouse 1: Razer Deathadder Chroma
Mouse 2: Logitech G502 Prometeus
Display: Samsung CF791 34" Ultrawide (3440x1440)
Display arm: Arctic Z1 Basic
Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro Black
1x Samsung 850 Pro 250gb (OS Drive)
1x Samsung Evo 500gb (Games Drive)
2x OCZ Trion 150 - 240GB in raid 0 (Music Project Backups)
1x OCZ Trion 100 - 1TB (Music Production Drive)
1x ADATA 120GB (Important Backups Backup)
1x WD Elelements 500gb External (Music Projects backup backup)
1x 3TB Seagate external drive as overall backups drive
SSD and Cablemanagement:
Cable Management inside 1:
Cable Management Inside 2:
P.s - The monitor seems wonky in the pics, but I think that's because of my photography skills.. I actually measured it afterwards and it's as straight as can be :nerd:
Here are some snaps from my new semi-finished Ryzen x1800 build. Just a few small tweaks left but for the most part she is up and running! :banana:3
Wish i could afford to upgrade again.
I just cant take nice photos..camphone shot
You're fine with that CPU for many years to come, just get a new video card when you can afford it.
I'm not rushing anymore with upgrading.
Damn! The size of that card.
@Odellot That case is massive !!
Sorry for the photo quality i only have my crappy phone camera
The setup is the same but i switched from soft tubing to PETG and change my monitor to a ultra wide 29
First ever full system watercooler
Some cable management needed. The Palit 1080 cooler is MASSIVE. Giving me a headache with the pump/reservoir
Looking to upgrade from my Bitfenix Recon to a fan controller hub.. Any good ideas?