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3 dimms or 6 dimms would be optimal for 1366. Otherwise you're just running in dual channel compared to triple channel.
Awesome build though, keep up the upgrades! biggrin.gif

I still don't know how it works but the 4 Dimms installed on mine are running in triple channel, there was a diagram of it on this forum somewhere too, that's how i found out.
Even the CPU-Z says it's in triple channel.
    
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So i decided to try a H100 + a pair of Scythe Gentle Typhoons. I could've gone a push/pull arrangement but i think the space would be really tight so i have the top 200mm fans in there normal place. But i'm not changing them out for 120mm fans as i modded the top fans for green LEDS.


All in all it is a good experience so far. I thought cooling would be better, but I don't think this or any air cooler was supposed to keep my rig cool with 1.456V and 4.68 GHz with HT on.
So i lowered my OC to 4.53 with HT on and ram running at 2133. The difference in benchmark scores are questionable, so i am happy to keep her at 4.53 now as it means the core voltage doesn't go over 1.375V

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Comparing this rig now, to what i started out with, i am quite proud of what i've done so far smile.gif
She looks 200% better and the H100 makes it look a lot more neat and tidy smile.gif
Edited by StreekG - 10/12/12 at 10:35pm
    
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She's lookin' good!
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Coming together very well. looks good
    
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Thanks guys,

Next plan is to buy custom sleeved cables, that are not extensions, I have too much clutter on the back of the case due to cable extensions.
I don't have faith in my own ability to sleeve cables so i will just purchase them
    
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Next frontier: Full custom water loop biggrin.gif

I'm liking the rig; nicely done! thumb.gif
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Next frontier: Full custom water loop biggrin.gif
I'm liking the rig; nicely done! thumb.gif

I always think about a custom loop, i'm just afraid to get my feet wet on this one.
Give me time to enjoy the H100 for a while. Having these 2 Lightning GTX 680s, running so cool even while overclocked, combined with the HAF X, i see no reason to get custom water cooling just yet smile.gif
    
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So i decided to try a H100 + a pair of Scythe Gentle Typhoons. I could've gone a push/pull arrangement but i think the space would be really tight so i have the top 200mm fans in there normal place. But i'm not changing them out for 120mm fans as i modded the top fans for green LEDS.
All in all it is a good experience so far. I thought cooling would be better, but I don't think this or any air cooler was supposed to keep my rig cool with 1.456V and 4.68 GHz with HT on.
So i lowered my OC to 4.53 with HT on and ram running at 2133. The difference in benchmark scores are questionable, so i am happy to keep her at 4.53 now as it means the core voltage doesn't go over 1.375V

Just thought I'd comment on this. The stock H100 fans move more air than just about 95% of the fans out their. Aside from Delta fans (up to 36 mm H²O, with of course increased noise level) , you are not going to move as much air or static pressure (mm H²O) than the stock fans. The stock fans move 7 mm H²O, the Gentle Typhoons only move 2.2 mm H²O. So by you switching the fans to the Gentle Typhoons you actually lowered the performance of the H100. I'm running higher volts than you as well as clock and I'm in low 60's in prime all day long with the H100 stock fans at full speed (2650 rpm). The only performance gain you get by switching to the Gentle Typhoons is less noise level, but you are significantly lowering the performance of the cooler.

If you put those stock fans back on, and connected them directly to the mobo header. You could overclock higher, and run at higher volts. They really aren't that loud at all, IMO.
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Yeah this is something i did think about, i might try switching back to the stock fans and seeing if i mind the noise or not, I did notice with the gentle typhoons, my Havik 140 cooler outperformed the H100 by a little bit.
I will experiment this weekend smile.gif
    
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I have fallen head over heals in love with this G1 assassin board as well as with the HAF X NVIDIA edition and with the Dominator platinum RAM, but I was unsure if the G1 and the Platinum RAM would work together because the G1 is an X58 board witch doesn't appear to be in the platinums supported list so I was kind of worry'd about that since I've never built my own PC, but allways wanted to. I was also wondering if the Geforce Kepler series would work well with this board since it's a couple of years back this G1 but since you have 2 680's on there I'm pretty sure it'll work just fine. Thank you for giving me clarity on that one, so glad to see they do work together. I like your taste, now that I'm done with school (Forever, thank goodness for that), after I've made enough money I will most definitely build one like this. You rock!!!
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