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post #2251 of 5970
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Just thought i would post an update to my rig.
Previously i was running 2x 7970s in Crossfire with a Noctua NH-D14 on the CPU.
I've now updated to running 2x GTX680s in SLI with a Corsair H80 + 2x Noctua NFP12 fans:
slil.jpg
I think i'm going to move to ATX soon and try 3x GTX680s in tri-sli for some fun thumb.gif

How are temps on the 680s, I eventually want to sli my 670ftw which is the same cooler add your 680
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post #2252 of 5970
completed watervcooling installation

install windows

psu dies for no reason

gonna throw crap at the floor now
frown.gif le sigh this is a tragidy
post #2253 of 5970
Just finished my new build today with this case, and I absolutely love it! Fairly time consuming install, cable management was quite a bit harder than I had anticipated (partly my fault, I could have picked a better power supply in terms of the cables), and also the back plate for the water cooler didn't have proper alignment to the motherboard. Far quieter, cooler, and faster than my last pc! Will be used for gaming.
Hardware:
Intel i5-3570k
Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer
Asus Maximus V Gene Z
G.Skill 16gb (2x8gb) 1600 mhz
Asus GTX 680 DirectCU II Top
Samsung 830 256gb SSD
Seagate Momentus XT 750gb HHDD
FSW 750w Aurum Gold
Plain ole Asus DVD drive

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Nothing really special to draw attention to it...but that's why I like it. A stealthy box is a nice change from the ones i've had that look like Xmas trees!
post #2254 of 5970
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Originally Posted by 66racer View Post

How are temps on the 680s, I eventually want to sli my 670ftw which is the same cooler add your 680


Take a look at my tread... So you got an idea about temps etc...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1068487/silverstone-tj08-e-owners-club/2080#post_17388194

2 X 680 Asus GTX



Hi Ppl,

I just tested out 2 X Asus GTX680 in my TJ08 case.

Just to say, the temps are really fine

Max temp GTX680 may have is 98C°

BF3 all setiings on ultra, on a screen 1980/1080 27" Samsung screen approx 30 min Gaming.

Log file created with TechPowerUp GPU-Z
I have 2 fans 180 mm in front 500 rpm and 120 mm just @ location of GFX card @ 600 rpm

FYI
Card 1 is just up of the CPU Hottest
Card 2 is just below PSU Coolest

Date GPU Core Clock , GPU Memory Clock , GPU Temperature [°C] , Fan Speed (%) [%] , Fan Speed (RPM) [RPM]

Card 1 IDLE 2012-06-02 15:09:12 , 324.0 , 162.0 , 35.0 , 30 1140
Card 2 IDLE 2012-06-02 15:09:00 , 324.0 , 162.0 , 31.0 , 30 1110

Card 1 LOAD 2012-06-02 15:32:42 , 1110.0 , 1502.3 , 81.0 , 62 2520
Card 2 LOAD 2012-06-02 15:34:42 , 1071.3 , 1502.3 , 74.0 48 1680

This is in autofan mode.

If you put them in manual mode --> 55 % a 60 % Cards are still in good temp condition.
You really hear them venting the heat out.
post #2255 of 5970
and now some extensions, LEDs and and a new fan.... the initial order was some biocide lol but you know how it goes... had to justify the shipping costs by adding more items lol

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post #2256 of 5970
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Originally Posted by 66racer View Post

How are temps on the 680s, I eventually want to sli my 670ftw which is the same cooler add your 680

I would call them satisfactory.

Both cards are overclocked to +150/+500 and they max out at about 80 and 70 degrees for the bottom and top cards respectively which is pretty damn hot and i dont like the 10 degree difference between cards - the bottom card is really starved of air.
post #2257 of 5970
Is it a good idea to put SLI Asus GTX 670 DirectCU II in this case? I'm contemplating between two budgets, one has an Asus GTX 680 DirectCU II and the other SLI Asus GTX 670 DirectCU II's. I'm just a bit worried about the temperatures frown.gif
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post #2258 of 5970
Hi!

I mooved]from a Corsair 800D into a Tj08-E.
Some pics here.
After I've taken the photos, I put the second fan back onto the CPU cooler ( Dark Rock Pro ), cause it fits.

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SSD is under the HDD

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Sorry for the pics quality, I made them with Phone.
I'll do new, better pics.


Else:
I connected the big fan to CH_FAN1. But If I switch the fan button to the lower speed, the fan stoppes. Have you any idea what can be wrong?
Edited by AndrewTdi - 6/30/12 at 1:44am
post #2259 of 5970
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I connected the big fan to CH_FAN1. But If I switch the fan button to the lower speed, the fan stoppes. Have you any idea what can be wrong?

try change fan setting in BIOS....
post #2260 of 5970
Got it, solved!

THX cheers.gif
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