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The Ultimate Cooling Machine

Rig type Other
Description
Status I Own It
Last updated Feb 21, 2014 at 4:16 pm

Photos (1)

Components

ComponentPrice PaidAvailable From 
$480 (USD)
from: Hardass
$300 (USD)
from: Hardass
$160 (USD)
from: *Trade*
$145 (USD)
from: Newegg
$149.99 (USD)
from: Amazon
from: *Previous Build*
$109.99 (USD)
from: FrozenCPU
$76.92 (USD)
from: Koolance
$70 (USD)
from: Present and Frozen CPU
from: Trade
from: *Previous Build*
from: MSDN
$145 (USD)
from: craigslist (for both)
Monitor
Dell 3007wfp
$500 (USD)
from: craigslist
$99 (USD)
from: EliteKeyboard
from: *Previous Build*
$175 (USD)
from: OCN Classifieds
$0.00 (USD)
from: *Trade*
from: *Work*
$180 (USD)
from: Newegg
$10 (USD)
from: Amazon
Total cost of this Rig: $2,600.90 (USD)

Comments (4)

I would love to see some photos of this.
I'm building a very similar machine to this one: Using the MSI version of your video cards ( http://www.msi.com/product/vga/N670GTX-PM2D2GD5-OC.html )
Just want to ask you about cooling these cards: how do you do it? Are you using water cooling or air cooling? I am getting the 2 video cards second hand (1 yr old and 4 months old) for $500.00 - I'm thinking this is a good deal. Are you still using your SLI'd 670s?

Those are some nice monitors you got going there! Did you rotate your Dell 2007FPs to make a real wide 1600 pixel tall display? If so, how did you go about it since these aren't rotating monitors?

yeah... I clicked on your rig just to see the Gif. mmmmmm lol
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