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I don't want to see that electricity bill for powering that machine.
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Damn, that is one sweet build. I'm jealous. Although I could afford a project like yours, it's just so so so hard to justify spending that kind of cash. What made you decide and how did you come to the conclusion that spending $10,000+ (I did not read the entire thread, so I'm just guessing at the cost) was justifiable?

Although I consider myself an enthusiast, your rig is beyond what a normal enthusiast would ever spend. Please don't take my post in the wrong way, whatsoever. I'm just trying to understand your mindset...that's all. I guess I'm trying to get an answer to how I could justify spending that kind of cash on a new rig!

Anyway, good luck. I'll be wtaching your progress as I do want to see the finished product
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Yeah, I can only imagine the stress of an additional gpu+block+backplate on that poor UD9.

Egads...just add a chiller to the loop while you're at it.

...and I thought my electric bill was bad. (and I cut corners...I couldn't justify a forth 580, no matter how much my peen moved about...lol)
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Originally Posted by Cheaptrick View Post
Phatboy69, I'm worried of your electric bill. Can you tell me some of the reasons why you used one particular component over the other. It just doesn't add up.

Example is the use of i7 990X over i7 2600K. The Sandy Bridge CPU is faster than the fastest Gulftown in most Benchmarks. Why spent a thousand dollars on a CPU when you can get a $270 CPU that is much faster?

Why run (4) GTX 580 on Quad SLI when you can run (2) GTX 590 on Quad SLI? You can save a lot of power using (2) dual GPU video cards as opposed to (4) single GPU video cards. There'll be less power to use & less components to cool down.

It just doesn't add up at all for me when you can build a better set up with a fraction of the price.
I need an answer...
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Quad 580's will literally kick 'quad' 590's in the shins. My "lowly" tri sli 580's will give quad 590's a run for their money when I crank 'em up.

And don't even mention the Mars series...talk about overpriced garbage...when you can score quad sli MSI Lightnings for less and destroy them as well.

Sandys are still 4 cores, whereas Gulftowns are 6.

Not every Gulftown user is running one of 'em for gaming only...to do so would be idiotic. I benefit from my 'peon-like' 970's additional 2 cores. (I do video conversion/editing as well as audio/photo)

Solely gaming rigs, indeed a SB i5 2500k is your best friend.
Edited by Mongol - 10/7/11 at 12:49pm
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GTX 580 uses the same GPU as the GTX 590. The only difference is that the GTX 590 has (2) GPUs. (4) GTX 580 on QUad SLI will probably be faster than (2) GTX 590 but at a very slim margin. You have to factor thermal control & power consumption to the equation as well as the motherboard.
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I think we need a giveaway !!! Lol
 
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GTX 580 uses the same GPU as the GTX 590. The only difference is that the GTX 590 has (2) GPUs. (4) GTX 580 on QUad SLI will probably be faster than (2) GTX 590 but at a very slim margin. You have to factor thermal control & power consumption to the equation as well as the motherboard.
The differences are

on reference cards:
GPU clock: 782Mhz vs 612Mhz
Mem clock: 4008MHz vs 3420MHz

And in this example we are just talking reference boards. Get some MSI Lightnings, Gigabyte Super Overclocked, Palit or anything else non-reference tuned up GTX 580's and they really kick ass.

This guy is obviously going for something that can break records, so he need all the overclocking potential and that's a no-go on a GTX590. The reference GTX590 suffer from the same as ordinary reference cards when it comes to OC. They lack power, and they melt/break down when you push them hard. On non-ref GTX580 cards with twice as many power phases he might reach 1020-1060MHz on GPU, and 5000MHz on memory just by adding simple watercooling.
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hahahahahaha Aight got till page 27 but I have to come back to earth and continue my simple life.

Congratulations for your rig, awesome will come short to describe it.

PS: lol @ the people bashing his decisions with many of the components JUST to be trashed by his research selecting them
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Interesting comments from some of you guys, but seriously you are showing your inexperience if you think a quad 590 setup and 2600k can come anywhere near this setup. 590 is a really bad OCer for starters. It doesn't have enough phase regulators and a lot of people are killing them with just a moderate OC. I can run 2 way sli with these cards at 950/2250 on standard air and all 4 at 900/2200 before temperature becomes a problem. I will get to 1000/2250 minimum across all 4 on water. I am also running 5760x1080 res which benefits from extra grunt in 4way SLI.

I've chosen these components very carefully to build a complete no compromise system. I don't see a sandy CPU in the top 20 benchmarks for anything and I am in the top12 already for vantage and #1 crysis2dx11 ultra. And that's before I even put my GPUs water blocks on.

I'm pretty confident that this will be a top 7 machine and the best looking everyday machine. It's not a 1 hit wonder bench machine.

Anyway I'm not really trying to prove anything to anyone else. Sure I like sharing the experience of building the machine, but it's for the self satisfaction of doing it.
/end rant]
Edited by Phatboy69 - 10/7/11 at 8:52pm
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