TJ07 Dual Loop SLI Project!

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by MikeMK, Oct 27, 2007.

  1. heads_up

    heads_up Ancient Guru

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    Man I haven't posted in so long but I saw this thread and just had to comment.

    Mike man, amazing work as always can't wait to see some benchies on this baby!
     
  2. MikeMK

    MikeMK Ancient Guru

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    Thanks mate... heres a pic of my EK mounted on the X2... its all installed now, will post some pics tomorrow all being well :)

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  3. crazyred98

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    nice i want to make love to it.:banana::banana::banana: jk
     
  4. TirolokoRD

    TirolokoRD Ancient Guru

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    ehhh uhhh uhhhhh.....interesting......
     

  5. MikeMK

    MikeMK Ancient Guru

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    Its all finished!!! :D

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  6. Infiniti3D

    Infiniti3D Master Guru

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    Great job man, very clean looks! You must be a patient person to work on a system like that! Did you like stepping up to ATI after being pretty long with NV?
     
  7. MikeMK

    MikeMK Ancient Guru

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    Thanks mate... ive had ATI cards before... the last time I had ATI was my X1900XT's in crossfire which was a great setup at the time. Quite nice to have a change and switch back though, after being with nv for the last couple of years :)
     
  8. Infiniti3D

    Infiniti3D Master Guru

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    Wel i'am on nvidia at the moment and building my system to the symbiose.
    Watercooling everything, the hardware is changeing every week to fit the case. Currently i'am on a P5N-t Deluxe after lots of trouble with a striker 680i and even a striker II 780i, i decide to step away from the strikers and all the bugs they have. The P5N-T is very stable and is completely different from the striker II. Altough, the chipset is the same ofcourse.
    For the people who like SLI i can recommend the P5N-T. Sound is not great i must say! But you can always put a addon PCI card in.

    I need to do the north and south bridge, and Tri SLI watercooling then the my build is complete!
    Why didn't you do the soutbridge Mike?
     
  9. MikeMK

    MikeMK Ancient Guru

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    Because it really isnt worth it... even when priming etc, it doesnt go above 45 degrees. All watercooling it would do is add extra heat and restriction to the loop, heating up the NB & CPU, for no real gain (infact it may have a negative impact on what the CPU/NB can do).
     
  10. MAD-OGRE

    MAD-OGRE Ancient Guru

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    That is a work of art!
     

  11. Jagman

    Jagman Ancient Guru

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    Yea Mike, the Tate Gallery in London should exhibit it, stunning :cool:
     
  12. Infiniti3D

    Infiniti3D Master Guru

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    Ik looks like a Tiffany's glas and copper window, real piece of art!

    I was wondering Mike if the hose that runs from the CPU to the Northbridge is
    applying stress on the waterblock couse of the short bend, i mean those hoses always tend to go back horizontal. Is there i way you can make such short hoses to stay in that bend position, applying heat from a hairdryer for example? I'am having problems becouse there are several hoses in my system that make such tight turns.I do the mosfets also, it looks great ,with so many hoses you cant see its a MB!
    I post some pics.
     
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  13. Infiniti3D

    Infiniti3D Master Guru

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    Here is a screenshot of the temps after a 3Dmark run on my system, with two 8800GTX in SLI. For the temp freaks...

    Sorry for double post.
     
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  14. MikeMK

    MikeMK Ancient Guru

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    MAD-OGRE & Jagman - Not sure about an Art gallery, but i was considering submitting it for rig of the month ;)

    Infiniti3D - The hose is fine from the CPU block to NB, not really any problem at all - I use tygon tubing btw, which is pretty flexible. If u are still worried, using some spiral wrap here might help too:

    http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/catalog/index.php?cPath=38&osCsid=7r4obrv1j79dabpukamohhkck4

    Oh, and u mentioned about the mosfets too - tbh, i wouldnt really bother with those either. I have mine under thermalright heatsinks and they never go much above 35 degrees which is plenty good enough, as i mentioned about the SB block, all it does is add heat and un necessary complexity to the loop.

    Not quite sure what is wrong with your GPU temps?
     
  15. bLinkZor

    bLinkZor Maha Guru

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    DAMN MIKE!!! looking crazy bro.
     

  16. Infiniti3D

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    For the screenshot, it was taken after a single 3dmark06 run.
    I think you mean my CPU temp? It's that temp probe bug in the wolfsdale that causing huge differences in tempreading. Before WC core0 was 79C and core1 58C !! GPU temps looks fine to me, both cores on the GFX were high seventy's on air. Whatever i try i cant get them over fifty's degrees C.
    I know there is a few degC difference in the GPU temps but thats becouse they are in the same loop, thinking what would happen when i add that third 8800. Maybe i loop the water trough a small rad before it enters the GPU's.Hehe....less flow
     
  17. d1fferent

    d1fferent Maha Guru

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    Yeh Mike that is one beastly insane machine you got please upload some benchies like 3D Mark I wanna know how hard you can push that baby,

    You tryed oc'ing the GPU yet?

    How much was you custom water cooling kit cost in total?
     
  18. MAD-OGRE

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    for sure sub it for rig of the month, its a shoe in IMO.
     
  19. d1fferent

    d1fferent Maha Guru

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    What is a shoe?
     
  20. aircool

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    Just had to :D

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