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post #31 of 55
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I have been thinking about painting the internal, but ATM i have to little time, working fulltime on my batchor degree and work on the side.
Most of the parts are bought here and there.
The top GTX 360 rad is bought from Denmark (Coolerkit.dk), the second one (witch i got today) is 2'nd hand from Canada, GPU blocks are all new from Frozen i think, something from Aquatuning, a lot from Techbay. Will be draining the loop on sunday and swapping the Swiftech 360 for another GTX 360.

I can see that one! When you finally come home, then you just want to relax and not work even more!

Nice with another GTX 360, they are good! smile.gif

Going to build something new my self within the next 2-4 months, with 3930K, Rampage IV Extreme, 16gb 2133mhz ram, Corsair 800D and craploads of different watercooling and mod stuff.
Found out I had to use 4 different sites to get all I wanted!

Netshop.no, Aquatuning.no, Performance-pcs.com, Techbay.no!
Really wished I lived in the US when it came to computer stuff....

Anyways, if you have bought from Aquatuning already, where do they ship from? Germany?
Any import taxes when buying from Aquadtuning.no? Couldn't really find out if it was with import tax or not...
Thanks!
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post #32 of 55
Nice looking build,

Mind if I ask what fittings you are using to connect your GPU's in Parallel? Been looking around for some with that look for my build.
     
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post #33 of 55
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Nice looking build,
Mind if I ask what fittings you are using to connect your GPU's in Parallel? Been looking around for some with that look for my build.

Those are Bitspower D-Plugs
post #34 of 55
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Those are Bitspower D-Plugs

Thank you thank you thank you!
     
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Corsair AX850 Fractal Design Define XL R2 | Titanium 
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post #35 of 55
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Small update:

Have got the new GTX 360, so the old Swiftech 320 is out and have expanded the hole for the bottom of the rad in the bottom of the case:

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Test fitting the 2'nd GTX
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Have been thinking about adding some fan guards, it's a freaking nightmare to do anything in the case with the power on:

3x 120mm 1850rpm fans spinning on top and a wall of 3 more on the side:

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Started working on a SSD mount for 2 or 3 SSD's on the backside:

Before.
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Moving some cables:
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And testing some placement on 2 of the SSD's
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The 128Gb Vertex is a OS drive, 64GB C300 is a bechmark disk, and i have another C4 64 Gb that will work as a recording disk for Ingame recording and so on.
post #36 of 55
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Things are on hold for a couple of days. The motherboard decided to quit delivering power to the PCI-EX slots so its for RMA now.
While i wait i managed to get a hold of a pretty decent 2600k, will do 4c/8t 3d bench stable @ 5.73Ghz with 1.65v @ -30c

I'll get the chip under LN2 for some propper runs not sure if it will be with 3x 6970 but mainly just to test how far it goes. Will also have it in the main rig with chilled water so should hopefully 3d bench @ ~ 5.5Ghz - 5.6Ghz
post #37 of 55
great cable management on the build
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post #38 of 55
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great cable management on the build

Thanks, it's in pieces now. Got the motherboard back and it was a single bent pin that was causing the problems, lol. Bent it back and works like a charm. Now i'm testing a couple of cpu's and some ram to see if i can improve some benchmarks.
post #39 of 55
Very clean build!
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post #40 of 55
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Have just come in from some late night benching sessions here (It's 03.40 AM ATM)

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Got to love some nice cold ambient temps smile.gif

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Not quite happy yet, lets open a window:

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There we go tongue.gif

Load water temps:
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My goal was just to try to get to the top of some 3D benches @ HWbot with 3x 6970's.

Got a decent 3DMark 11 run, was enough for 1'st place with 3x 6970's,
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A decent 3dMark Vantage, that also was a 1'st place with 3x 6970's.
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3dMark06, ATM 4'th with 3x 6970's,
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3dMark03, 1'st with 3x 6970's, and overall 18'th with 3x Gpu's
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Got to say i'm pretty happy with the results to night.
Not really pushing the cpu yet, its good for 5.73Ghz + with LN2/SS @ 1.66v, so i guess i could push it to 5.5Ghz with 1.66v on chilled water, but not really wanting to push it that much before i get some LN2 runs on it. Temp's are no problem, maxing out @ 50c with 1.62v

Also my stripped disk is acting up on me so benching with a normal OS disk, will hopefully get the stripped bench disk up again tomorrow to do some more runs. I really want to see how high up on the Overall 3x GPU score i can get in 03.
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