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Forgot to mention, well done on turning the AP181 so the wiring is round the back, it's a small detail but worth the effort of removing the front. thumb.gif
Cheers mate. You might want to check out a build I have going then?
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Already did mate, I read through this entire thread and followed every build log relating to the TJ ! I have to say I really like your cable sheathing and routing for the front panel. I wish I had your patience. When I got the TJ, I could tell it had lot's of possibilities so did some Googling and found some pics of finished builds which led me to this thread.I was really only curious as to what was possible but after seeing some of the builds I decided that I would really like to have one just as good. I have tried some sheathing on the fan cables but it wasn't very good so I'm going to do everything with Paracord instead !

I doubt my build will win any prizes but it will please me thumb.gif
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Oh yeah, my question did not get answered just criticized. I took in all of you guys input for the last one and this is my final build plan what do you think. Well I have two just in case I have more money.

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In my opinion GT, that will be a kick-ass rig ! thumb.gif
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Mate looks good. Definitely build v2 with the 670. If you're gaming (like you said it would be used for) at anything 1080p and above you will want the grunt.

If you're concerned about the extra money look at the P8Z77-M Pro like in my sig.
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Mate looks good. Definitely build v2 with the 670. If you're gaming (like you said it would be used for) at anything 1080p and above you will want the grunt.

If you're concerned about the extra money look at the P8Z77-M Pro like in my sig.

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In my opinion GT, that will be a kick-ass rig ! thumb.gif

Thanks guys I will go for V.2 if I get the money alright i am finally done planning. Should I wait for haswell ???
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Already did mate, I read through this entire thread and followed every build log relating to the TJ ! I have to say I really like your cable sheathing and routing for the front panel. I wish I had your patience. When I got the TJ, I could tell it had lot's of possibilities so did some Googling and found some pics of finished builds which led me to this thread.I was really only curious as to what was possible but after seeing some of the builds I decided that I would really like to have one just as good. I have tried some sheathing on the fan cables but it wasn't very good so I'm going to do everything with Paracord instead !

I doubt my build will win any prizes but it will please me thumb.gif
Mate, in the end, that is the most important aspect of building a PC.

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Oh yeah, my question did not get answered just criticized. I took in all of you guys input for the last one and this is my final build plan what do you think. Well I have two just in case I have more money.

That's one kick a55 build!
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Thanks guys I will go for V.2 if I get the money alright i am finally done planning. Should I wait for haswell ???

I don't think it's necessary to wait. They say haswell will have 5-10% better computer performance and much better integrated graphics performance, but since you're gaming and have a discrete graphics card I doubt you'll notice much difference if any at all. Same reason I built my ivy bridge about 2 or 3 months ago.
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Well I took delivery of a Titan + EK waterblock yesterday and installed it last night. Whilst installing that, I took the opportunity to de-lid and lap my 3770. I'm delighted that the temps have dropped on it by 18 degrees when under load.
I also made a few changed to the 'plumbing' and am very happy with the outcome. This is what it lloks like now:


Love this build! thumb.gif
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Just build my new rig with a TJ08-E... My stock 3570K is idling at 40C with Hyper 212 Evo on it. Is that normal?

Hmmm...

1/. What Motherboard are you using ?

2/. What is your Ambient ?

Seems a little high for idle...

Just to compare, I have a 3570K and a CM Hyper 212 Evo

It is fitted with Artic Silver 5, not the silicone base that comes with the cooler.
Some have reported the CM grease to be OK but I prefer The AS5.

PC has been running about 1+3/4 hours and Temps are:

Room Ambient: 21.7C.
MB 24 C.
CPU 25C

Fan RPM Speeds:
CPU in Push config. - 803
Chassis Fan 1: (Rear fan - DeepCool UF120) - 895
Chassis fan 2 : AP 181 - 678

It is a bit cooler tonight idle temps idle temp is usually around 28/29 with ambient around 27C.
Did you use a quality thermal compound ?
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