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If the ones at Fry's don't do the trick, I have had really good luck with this one, purchased from Amazon. The 2nd version of the Thermaltake riser card wouldn't work with my GTX 1080, but this one did.
Project Open Core: Final Build Pics This build is DONE!! That doesn't mean I won't make any changes, as I am a constantly tinkering with things, but the core system is ready to go. I still need to moidfy a few things at my desk and route cables before I move it over, but still calling the project done at this point. Not really any reason to describe each picture, so just going to post a bunch of them from different angles. For High Resolution...
9in HDMI Display purchased on Amazon. Using CAM software for the System Info. I have a detailed post about it in my build log.Hardware - System Status Display, USB 3.1 Card
I am using a Corsair AX1200 PSU and ran into the same issue with it also being 20cm long. Ended up modding the case a bit to make it easier to work with the PSU cables.Before...After...
Project Open Core: Mayhem Blue Pastel Concentrate Sneak peak at the completed build. Will have the "Final" pictures up within the next day or so. Until then, put together a little video showing the process of adding the Mayhem Blue Pastel concentrate to the hardline tubing loop. Project Open Core - Adding Fluid to Core P5 Hardline Tubing Loop
Thanks! The issue doesn't seem to be with the EL wire specifically, but more the transformer that powers it. That is where the electrical whine originates. If the EL Tape uses a different type of transformer, maybe the whine isn't an issue!
Mayhem Blue Pastel. It comes in 250ml bottles, and you add it to 750ml of distilled water. You can also purchase it in a pre-mixed 1L container, but it was cheaper (shipping cost) for me to buy the concentrate and just add it to distilled water.On that topic... I put together a little video showing the process of adding the Mayhem Blue Pastel concentrate to the hardline tubing loop.Project Open Core - Adding Fluid to Core P5 Hardline Tubing Loop
Sneak peak at the almost completed build. Will hopefully have the "Final" pictures up this week. Until then, put together a little video showing the process of adding the Mayhem Blue Pastel concentrate to the hardline tubing loop. Project Open Core - Adding Fluid to Core P5 Hardline Tubing Loop
Just finished building the new system, and temps are even better. I was able to hit 4.8GHz on the 6700K fairly easily using a core voltage of 1.375, and temps never got above 58C during stress testing. I tried for 5.0GHz, but no matter how much voltage I threw at it, couldn’t get stable enough to run benchmarks, so stayed with 4.8GHz, which really isn’t that bad with the temps I am seeing. With the GPU the highest I was able to get and be 100% stable on the EVGA GTX 1080...
Project Open Core: Benchmarks & Temps I am putting together a neat little video of the filling process and adding the Mayhem Blue Pastel dye to the system. While working on that, I had a chance to play with a bit more Overclocking, and wanted to share those specs along with some Benchmarks and Temperatures. Overclocking was pretty easy on this system. I was able to hit 4.8GHz on the 6700K fairly easily using a core voltage of 1.375, and temps never got above 58C during...
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