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post #21 of 59
too bad you were not going sandybridge, you could have gotten the sabertooth botherboard and painted the plastic cover white.
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post #22 of 59
These are the best looking white fans in my opinion

http://www.enermax.com/home.php?fn=eng/product_a1_1_1&lv0=4&lv1=13&no=30
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fat_italian_stallion;13415699 
Sounds good except for the mixing of cathodes and the usage of leds with cathodes. UV cathodes generally aren't bright enough (unless you got extremely lucky) to make anything pop with a blue cathode AND blue led lighting around. I've tried forever to make it work. Only way I could is with LED UV lights. They're just much brighter. I honestly hope it works since it would be quite unique.

Are you only using 1x 480 rad? I suppose you'll be getting more over time tho.


I sold my 1080 Phobya Nova Rad and 360 Phobya G Changer rad when I got rid of the Extended Ascension.

With the money I got the RX480 and Phobya G Changer 480 1.2.....for now I will only engage a CPU only Loop in order to save money on GPU waterblocks for Kepler.
I plan on doing SLI Kepler and I am sure waterblocks for that sucker will be extremely expensive too:)
So until Kepler it will be a CPU only loop...and maybe when I buy my new motherboard the Gigabyte X58-OC I will throw in a NB & SB block even though X58 watercooling makes no sense^^

For now my 2x6950 Twin Frozr III have good aftermarket air coolers and it should be enough until Kepler:)


The only LED´s there are in this build is in the RAM cooler (Kingston Hyper X cooler)but don´t worry I intentionally bought them because I know their light does not radiate and illuminate the interior ...it remains in the fan holes of the cooler and has a very small or almost no radiation radius.
That very bright and shallow blueish glow is supposed to emphesite and bring out the Chrome/Steel look of the Koolance 370 and Phobya Balancer Silver Nickel which are very close to the cooler.

The UV cathodes will be placed at the top ,bottom, and vertically right beside the motherboard.
I am thinking about using the only blue cold cathode in the bottom compartment because the Gentle Typhoons have no lighting at all down there.
This way the UV cathodes lighting will not be disturbed ...and the can pop the UV green tubing ...and at the same time the very shallow stell blue sting of the RAM cooler can underline the green:)
A little bit like this:[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X86ajaJpCcg[/ame]
But not that strong.

Here again the blue that will come from the RAM cooler:
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tpda9im93iM&feature=related[/ame]
Do you see what I mean?
The light is strong but it does not radiate that much which is perfect for emphesiting the most steel/chrome parts that are right next to the cooler (Koolance 370,Phobya Balancer) with a bright steel blue.

As last trick I will spray all the white fans with a UV reactive transparent liquid which will let the fans look like they are burning:)

Should look ok:)
As for the other posts:

1.)I am purposely skipping Sandybridge because I don´t think very highly of it.There are many problems and issues that need to be fixed and even than the main concept of the chip does not meet my requirements since I only upgrade hardware with an evolutionary step up not revolutionary.

I will sell my Gigabyte EX58 UD5 and get another X58 board...the Gigabyte X58-OC the latest and greatest of all X58 boards:)
After that I will build a Ivy/Kepler rig with the money I am saving now:D


2.)Yeah you are right the Enermax fans you posted are superior ....I noticed them too but you have to keep in mind I have already blown my budget for this build ...and I am saving for next gen CPU and GPU which is why I went for the little cheaper but overall great fans the Bitfenix Spectre.
The advantage these fans give me is their low RPM and still great Airflow.
Also because of their 1000 RPM cap I can buy a cheaper On/Off fan controller since they are unhearable at 12 Volts:)

Fan Controller will be this baby with white frame and UV green lines:
11502_0.jpg

Thanks for posting guys I appreciate it!thumb.gif
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post #24 of 59
Quote:
Originally Posted by downlinx;13415747 
too bad you were not going sandybridge, you could have gotten the sabertooth botherboard and painted the plastic cover white.

Genius^
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Quote:
Originally Posted by somebodysb2;13417140 
Genius^

was going to say the exact same thing! thats completely and utterly genius!
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post #26 of 59
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Originally Posted by Kung Pow;13417100 
I sold my 1080 Phobya Nova Rad and 360 Phobya G Changer rad when I got rid of the Extended Ascension.

With the money I got the RX480 and Phobya G Changer 480 1.2.....for now I will only engage a CPU only Loop in order to save money on GPU waterblocks for Kepler.
I plan on doing SLI Kepler and I am sure waterblocks for that sucker will be extremely expensive too:)
So until Kepler it will be a CPU only loop...and maybe when I buy my new motherboard the Gigabyte X58-OC I will throw in a NB & SB block even though X58 watercooling makes no sense^^

For now my 2x6950 Twin Frozr III have good aftermarket air coolers and it should be enough until Kepler:)


The only LED´s there are in this build is in the RAM cooler (Kingston Hyper X cooler)but don´t worry I intentionally bought them because I know their light does not radiate and illuminate the interior ...it remains in the fan holes of the cooler and has a very small or almost no radiation radius.
That very bright and shallow blueish glow is supposed to emphesite and bring out the Chrome/Steel look of the Koolance 370 and Phobya Balancer Silver Nickel which are very close to the cooler.

The UV cathodes will be placed at the top ,bottom, and vertically right beside the motherboard.
I am thinking about using the only blue cold cathode in the bottom compartment because the Gentle Typhoons have no lighting at all down there.
This way the UV cathodes lighting will not be disturbed ...and the can pop the UV green tubing ...and at the same time the very shallow stell blue sting of the RAM cooler can underline the green:)
A little bit like this:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X86ajaJpCcg
But not that strong.

Here again the blue that will come from the RAM cooler:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tpda9im93iM&feature=related
Do you see what I mean?
The light is strong but it does not radiate that much which is perfect for emphesiting the most steel/chrome parts that are right next to the cooler (Koolance 370,Phobya Balancer) with a bright steel blue.

As last trick I will spray all the white fans with a UV reactive transparent liquid which will let the fans look like they are burning:)

Should look ok:)
As for the other posts:

1.)I am purposely skipping Sandybridge because I don´t think very highly of it.There are many problems and issues that need to be fixed and even than the main concept of the chip does not meet my requirements since I only upgrade hardware with an evolutionary step up not revolutionary.

I will sell my Gigabyte EX58 UD5 and get another X58 board...the Gigabyte X58-OC the latest and greatest of all X58 boards:)
After that I will build a Ivy/Kepler rig with the money I am saving now:D


2.)Yeah you are right the Enermax fans you posted are superior ....I noticed them too but you have to keep in mind I have already blown my budget for this build ...and I am saving for next gen CPU and GPU which is why I went for the little cheaper but overall great fans the Bitfenix Spectre.
The advantage these fans give me is their low RPM and still great Airflow.
Also because of their 1000 RPM cap I can buy a cheaper On/Off fan controller since they are unhearable at 12 Volts:)

Fan Controller will be this baby with white frame and UV green lines:
11502_0.jpg

Thanks for posting guys I appreciate it!thumb.gif

Comments?biggrin.gif
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post #27 of 59
sub'd. interesting build. Im in to see it grow.
post #28 of 59
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jason4i7;13429890 
sub'd. interesting build. Im in to see it grow.

I appreciate it:)
I will take me a little while though until I can start.
Because I wanna assemble all the hardware before I begin.
And the Gigabyte X58A-OC is coming in 1-2 weeks.
Also I will probably swap my 6950 TWF3 CF against a pair of 570´s not sure yet.


Maybe you also wanna comment on the big post 2 above?smile.gif
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post #29 of 59
U seem to have the lighting issue pretty well figured out. I wouldn't dump any more money into hardware since it's almost time to upgrade, but instead spend more on the cooling system. From what I've read the Gigabyte OC board is not worth buying unless you are going to be using LN2 or Dice. It has a major flaw of barely having any USB ports and the 4th pci slot doesn't have as much bandwidth as say the 4 ways sli classy or the UD9. It's a "good" board, but not great. The UD9 is the best board out there hands down when voltage control and bandwidth are concerned. It just costs an arm and a leg. Keep your 6950s. They're good enough and you won't see that much of a difference between them and 570s. The money you plan to use upgrading those parts get 2 more 480s rads and a sivlerstone st1500 1500watt psu for futureproofing.

Has intel anounced which socket Ivy Bridge will fit into? 1366/1155/1156?
 
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post #30 of 59
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Originally Posted by fat_italian_stallion;13452224 
U seem to have the lighting issue pretty well figured out. I wouldn't dump any more money into hardware since it's almost time to upgrade, but instead spend more on the cooling system. From what I've read the Gigabyte OC board is not worth buying unless you are going to be using LN2 or Dice. It has a major flaw of barely having any USB ports and the 4th pci slot doesn't have as much bandwidth as say the 4 ways sli classy or the UD9. It's a "good" board, but not great. The UD9 is the best board out there hands down when voltage control and bandwidth are concerned. It just costs an arm and a leg. Keep your 6950s. They're good enough and you won't see that much of a difference between them and 570s. The money you plan to use upgrading those parts get 2 more 480s rads and a sivlerstone st1500 1500watt psu for futureproofing.

Has intel anounced which socket Ivy Bridge will fit into? 1366/1155/1156?


As you said I am saving my money for a future update of hardware.
That is why I surely won´t spend extra money on a X58 board.
Considering that I am selling my UD5 rev.2 in order to use that money to get the Gigabyte X58-OC so no budget loss there...and no the OC has big upgrades, structural enhancements and improvements to not only make it more conveniant to overclock but also making the overclock far more efficient stable and durable than any other X58 board on the market.
Additionally the fact that it has been stripped USB Ports, Audio and LAN jacks to the absolute necessary allowed the developers to concentrate on other aspects more important to the average gamer and overclocking enthusiast such as enabling the PCI slots higher power inducement to ensure better and non throttled GPU speeds and performance or the superior SATA controller, phases , power delivery and so on and on
it is really the absolute king among all X58 boards and also easily dominates UD9 and SR2 in terms of hardware performance potential and overclocking.
And honestly whoe needs 10xUSB and built in Audio etc?

Moving on to the GPU´s : I will keep my 6950´s since they almost outperform the 570´s in nearly every test or benchmark conductet.
Also unlockability,superior VRAM for scaling , better cooling and power draw etc etc is just too heavy on the pro site to let me switch.

My 1050W power supply should be enough for now ...and with Kepler the revolutionary power consumption improvement it should even be overkill:)

I have RX480 and Phobya G Changer 1.2 480 with Gentle Typhoon now both at the top ....Considering that the GPU´s will only go under water with Kepler which will require less Wattage which means less heat ...2x480 will be more than enough if not overkill again right?smile.gif

Lastly my case ...I ordered the white glossy fans from Bitfenix, got the cable management figured out ...also got an adapter for my pump to also be controlled by my Alphacool Heatmaster ( like aquaero).
Lighting is all figured out and ok.


The ONLY thing I am desperately looking for now is a White DVD drive.

I swear I couldn´t find them anywhere lol?
And a way to paint my black Blue Ray Drive White also^^

Edit:Yes there have been rumors about Ivy being released in June-July but I wouldn´t count on it.
Also I though about it and I am really undecided if I will upgrade to Ivy.
By the time it is released Sandy will have a price drop like the grand canyon also the compatibility issues etc should be resolved by then.
And 5.1 GHZ on the GA OC board with good watercooling is really all a man needs:D
Edited by Kung Pow - 5/10/11 at 7:22am
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