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Update from my tj08, changed to a dual ddc bay reservoir and Sleeved my cables with teleios, man, i almost feel bad for not using it before.



 
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Intel Xeon E5 2690 V3  Gigabyte X99m Gaming 5 ASUS 980 Ti 6GB DDR5 G.Skill Ripjaws V 2666Mhz  
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Intel S3700 400GB Samsung SM951 NVme M2.SSD EK Supremacy EVO Clear 2 x Laing DDC-1T 18W Pump 
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Phobya Liquid Metal TIM Alphacool HT 13mm - 1/2' Hard Tube Fittings  Silverstone AP182 Thermaltake Riing 120 White 
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Alphacool 90 Degree Revolvable (x10)  EK-FC Titan X Clear Phobya 200mm V2 Radiator XSPC RX 120mm Radiator 
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XSPC Dual DDC Laing Bay Reservoir Windows 10 Pro Microboard M340CLZ  Coolermaster Novatouch 
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Moebius×Loop
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Intel Xeon E5 2690 V3  Gigabyte X99m Gaming 5 ASUS 980 Ti 6GB DDR5 G.Skill Ripjaws V 2666Mhz  
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
Intel S3700 400GB Samsung SM951 NVme M2.SSD EK Supremacy EVO Clear 2 x Laing DDC-1T 18W Pump 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Phobya Liquid Metal TIM Alphacool HT 13mm - 1/2' Hard Tube Fittings  Silverstone AP182 Thermaltake Riing 120 White 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Alphacool 90 Degree Revolvable (x10)  EK-FC Titan X Clear Phobya 200mm V2 Radiator XSPC RX 120mm Radiator 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
XSPC Dual DDC Laing Bay Reservoir Windows 10 Pro Microboard M340CLZ  Coolermaster Novatouch 
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Custom Sleeved - EVGA G2 850 Silverstone TJ08-E Corsair M65 Pro RGB Logitech G640 Mousepad 
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Self-made Speakers 
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Intel Core i7 5820k  Gigabyte X99 UD5 WiFi ASUS 980 Ti 6GB DDR5 ADATA DDR4 2133MHZ 8GB x 2 
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ADATA SX900 256GB Seagate Barracuda 2TB 5400 RPM EK Supremacy EVO Clear Corsair SP120 Performance Edition Twin Pack 
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EK-FB KIT GA X99 Clear EK-FC Titan X XSPC Photon DDC 170 Pump-Res Combo Alphacool ST30 120mm Radiator 
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Magicool Extreme Triple 180mm x 35mm Slim Radiator Alphacool HT Compression Fittings 13mm OD (x14) Alphacool 90 Degree Revolvable (x7) Windows 8.1 Pro 
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post #6992 of 7177
Anyone put EVGA Hybrid cards in this case?
post #6993 of 7177
Upgraded from my GTX 970 last night. (Asus Strix 1080 OC)

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Originally Posted by wiski View Post

Upgraded from my GTX 970 last night. (Asus Strix 1080 OC)

How are the temps? Do you have to crank up the 180mm to get the heat out?
post #6995 of 7177
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How are the temps? Do you have to crank up the 180mm to get the heat out?

I actually swapped out the 180mm fan at the time of install with a be Quiet! Silent Wings 2, because I didn't feel the 180mm was putting in a lot of airflow for how much noise it was making. I've got that 140mm be Quiet! plugged into one of the PWM fan headers on the Strix, so the GPU is controlling the front intake fan now depending on the GPU temps. (I can tweak the fan curve in the Asus software if I want to, which I did otherwise the front intake fan doesn't run at all when the PC is at idle) I didn't notice the fans have to work all that hard to keep things cool during gameplay.

I didn't check my CPU temps to see if they were any different, but watching the Strix while I was benchmarking and playing games it came out to something like 71 or 72 degrees when benchmarking, but I never saw it even hit 70 degrees while just playing games. Also, the only time I ever heard the Strix really wind up was when running FireStrike Extreme during the Combined test, and even then I had all PC sounds off and was listening for it from about a foot and a half away. (closed case)

During all other benchmarks and game playing I never heard the Strix over the rest of the system, and think the GPU fans were running at around 40-50% during the times it was keeping the card under 70 degrees. The default Boost clock in OC mode also gave me a stable Core Clock of 2050 (advertised 1936 from Asus) during gameplay and benchmarks with no tweaking on my part, and I saw it run at 2076 at times during some benchmarks.

Here are my FireStrike results as compared to my OCed 970.

1080 FS

OCed 970 FS

1080 FS Extreme

I also turned up The Division to max (2x MSAA) and benchmarked with the 970 and then 1080. With the 970 it gave me 49 FPS average, and with the 1080 and the same settings it gave me 99 FPS average.
Edited by wiski - 6/15/16 at 6:18am
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Thank you! Some food for thought... When I had a 780 DCII, it's been a struggle to dump all the heat out, had to crank up the 180mm, otherwise stuff was getting cooked. In the end, 980 reference blower worked out much better for me.
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Thank you! Some food for thought... When I had a 780 DCII, it's been a struggle to dump all the heat out, had to crank up the 180mm, otherwise stuff was getting cooked. In the end, 980 reference blower worked out much better for me.

Just to expand on it a little (and because I was curious), at lunch I loaded up and ran the Valley benchmark a few times and this is what I saw:

Idle GPU: 53 to 54 degrees
Idle CPU: 32 to 33 degrees (i5-4690k OCed to 4.3Ghz)

Max GPU: 68 degrees (peaked at 71 degrees very briefly, vast majority was at 68 or lower)
Max CPU: 49 degrees max recorded (i5-4690k OCed to 4.3Ghz)

Max GPU fan: 48% to 51% (51% was at the 71 degree peak)

The GPU boosted to and stayed stable at 2050Mhz in OC mode while the benchmark ran.

Considering the GPU temp the front 140mm intake fan would have been at close to 100% during the test based on the curve I have set up. Quoted specs on it are 60.4 cfm @ 16.4 dB(A). It would have been running at 50% when at idle. I could have run something like Furmark to max out the card, but I figured Valley was more representative of an actual game load.
post #6998 of 7177
misposted this here on my first post ...ooops
Edited by dman7777 - 7/7/16 at 2:49pm
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Originally Posted by wiski View Post

I actually swapped out the 180mm fan at the time of install with a be Quiet! Silent Wings 2, because I didn't feel the 180mm was putting in a lot of airflow for how much noise it was making. I've got that 140mm be Quiet! plugged into one of the PWM fan headers on the Strix, so the GPU is controlling the front intake fan now depending on the GPU temps. (I can tweak the fan curve in the Asus software if I want to, which I did otherwise the front intake fan doesn't run at all when the PC is at idle) I didn't notice the fans have to work all that hard to keep things cool during gameplay.

I didn't check my CPU temps to see if they were any different, but watching the Strix while I was benchmarking and playing games it came out to something like 71 or 72 degrees when benchmarking, but I never saw it even hit 70 degrees while just playing games. Also, the only time I ever heard the Strix really wind up was when running FireStrike Extreme during the Combined test, and even then I had all PC sounds off and was listening for it from about a foot and a half away. (closed case)

During all other benchmarks and game playing I never heard the Strix over the rest of the system, and think the GPU fans were running at around 40-50% during the times it was keeping the card under 70 degrees. The default Boost clock in OC mode also gave me a stable Core Clock of 2050 (advertised 1936 from Asus) during gameplay and benchmarks with no tweaking on my part, and I saw it run at 2076 at times during some benchmarks.

Here are my FireStrike results as compared to my OCed 970.

1080 FS

OCed 970 FS

1080 FS Extreme

I also turned up The Division to max (2x MSAA) and benchmarked with the 970 and then 1080. With the 970 it gave me 49 FPS average, and with the 1080 and the same settings it gave me 99 FPS average.

I love what you have done with your rig.
I disconnected my front fan and added a smaller quieter fan in the rear because that front fan was just too loud.

Are you pleased with the results from your front fan replacement?

I also see you added a window...I would like to do that as well.
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Originally Posted by dman7777 View Post

I love what you have done with your rig.
I disconnected my front fan and added a smaller quieter fan in the rear because that front fan was just too loud.

Are you pleased with the results from your front fan replacement?

I also see you added a window...I would like to do that as well.

Yup, it's working great. I currently just let the GPU have it off when not stressed, so it only spins up when I'm gaming, but even when running normally it's very quiet.

The window is actually factory, I got the TJ08-EW.
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