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Parts thus far confirmed on the way.

ASUS P8P67 WS REVOLUTION LGA 1155 Intel P67 / NVIDIA NF200 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard

Oh yes, its incredibly sexy.

Intels Sexy Sandy Bridge 2600k i7 cooled by

Apogee GTZ Water block

8gb 2000mhz G.Skill Ripjaws

2x 64gb Adata S599's SSD's RAID0

Take two from OCN buying a GTX 470. This time its ASUS!

Can't wait to FINALLY do SLI once I get another 470 as this motherboard does 16x /16x

My beautiful CM stacker 810 is being reused along with the more than powerful enough Corsair 850 Watt PSU.
( Anybody have suggestions on type of spray paint to buy. I want to spray the gray in my case to black )

All and all I think I'm going to FINALLY stop regretting the sale of my 775 Quad. While my Dell Studio lappy has served me well, I'd never overclock a laptop and dang it, I wanna tinker!!!!!

Build pics will likely follow.

Oh yes, side build for a customer is a 2500k rig with an Asus p67_ Pro micro board, getting 4gb Hyper X RAM. and a 465.












Edited by RyanRacer48 - 7/2/11 at 9:02am
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Congrats! Solid build you have there!, I still have my old 775 rig that my mrs uses hehe it's good enough for her
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Motherboard/CPU came early, I mounted without painting the case ;( Ah well, there are a LOT of pieces to take apart.

2600k IS BEAAST ( thanks catcherintherye)
Anyways, running temp setup with the air cooler, 4ghz , manually put 1.3v 29-32c idle, 50c load. Everything is MUCH snappier than my 775 rig at matched ghz.

I have VERY high hopes for this chip when I put it under water with a 120x3 rad. EVERYTHING I've thrown it at it is stable. Oh yea, still throttling to 1.6 ghz when not in use is awesome. The second I do something I see it soar back up.

This ASUS 470 is a solid card while not a 580 90% of the games I play are FLAWLESS maxed.

Can't wait to ghost this install over to the SSD raid when they come in the mail
(Thanks applek )
Edited by RyanRacer48 - 5/7/11 at 8:51pm
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Oh yea, I still have no idea what I'm going to use this internal USB port for lol Its crazy seeing them.
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Pictures added!

So far I'm still awaiting funds to complete the SLI. So far I've went through some HELL to get this done.

1.
Purchased a 470 card on here that was faulty, (Learned my lesson on "unlocked" cards)

2.
Purchased a used 470 on here from AppleK which is a great card, minus the fact that its Voltage Tweak edition and I didn't research to find out it isn't compatible with my already purchased full cover heatsink from Swiftech to match the MCW82 block. Also purchased a cheap 470 on Craigslist to "RE-Complete my SLI setup.

3.
This was before my Water cooling parts arrived so I was running a temp setup on air SLI enabled!! Aside from temps which were impossible to manage in SLI while overclocking, I was truly in love with my rig. Then I started benchmarking and noticed some unusually low FPS.

I found my ASUS WS Revo board had a defective PCI-E slot that was stuck in 4x Mode. After an obnoxiously long advanced replacement that I couldn't believe was called "advanced", I got my new replacement motherboard.

4. While removing the heatsink from the 470 I got off craigslist I stripped a screw!! While using my dremel to make a "notch" to unscrew it, someone came into my shop and I of course like an idiot jumped, thus nicking the part that fits in the slot on the motherboard.

Even though this card was completely under warranty, I can't really send it off considering I did the damage.

Long and the short of it is, I'm running a single 470, and its not even water cooled.

In regards to the 2600k Overclocking this chip is like .. well boring. 4.6 ghz was achieved in under 15 minutes.
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