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Thanks! Glad you liked it.The hard drive setup was carried over from my previous rig. I honestly didn't think too much about the practicality of having 8 drives, and was too lazy to change it.The main reason I kept with 4 HDDs and 4 SSDs was for the look. I thought the repetitiveness with the spacing and cables added to the overall 'techy' effect.As for the setup. I have 2 x RAID0 arrays for my SSDs, 1 for OS, and 1 for games. I tried 4 way RAID0 SSDs, it was only faster...
Those are some pretty solid advice Mystriss!The "V" cut is definitely one of the most challenging part of this build. I initially formed the V by doing 2 x 45deg dado cuts on my cable saw. But that was pretty dangerous and didn't yield consistent cuts.. So I went with the router.I'm not sure what router you are using. But it seems that I get better results the faster it is. I think my router is doing 25,000 RPM. It melts the acrylic when cutting the "V", but with a few...
The powered extender would go on the GPU side.See this post on how I mounted the GPUs.http://www.overclock.net/t/1424387/gallery-build-log-ultimate-wall-mount-rig-maxxplanck-v2-completed/340#post_22188733Also from another build:To prevent the card from falling forward, I anchored the 6pin and 8pin power cables on the back side of the board.The PCIe riser card is screwed into the board as well.
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Hey folks,The wall mount build - MAXxPlanck V2 I did couple years ago was quite the sensation on the interwebs. I had since custom built 5 of these wall mount rig for fellow people on the internet, and also received numerous questions on build details and how to fabricate one. So I decided to make a video build log while making my next rig. Here are few of my completed projects: [[SPOILER]] [[SPOILER]] This tutorial / build log details my process of fabrication. There...
This is what I have; 1.75 HPhttp://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mastercraft-fixed-router-and-table-0546938p.htmlWhen cutting the V, it melts on mine as well. I just route it again once the melted bits harden to clean it up.
That's not normal at all. I'd try re-seating the heatsink.
Just finished a new build with Gigabyte Z97MX-Gaming 5 mobo /w 4690k, and the pair of Sapphire 7970s from my old rig. Fresh Windows 8.1 install. Put on the latest beta catalyst driver, and I get no options under the Performance tab for crossfire. Tried uninstalling the driver with Display Driver Uninstaller each time, and putting on 14.9 and 14.12; Same deal with all the drivers. Here's a screenshot of the Hardware tab. It's showing a Primary Adapter, and a Disabled...
Fantastic work Coroex! Looks awesome!
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