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Hello all here is my Build. I picked this Graphics Card because I am not a Gamer:
All the 120mm Fans switched out for Noctua NF-P12.
Super quiet Overclocked stable to 4.5GHZ.
Got the Idea of the Push Pull from youtube postings. Idle Temp at 20C. Stress Prime95 at 60-70C

Intel 3930K
Rampage 4 Extreme
32GB RipJaws 2133
Crucial M4 256GB SSD
Cosair H100 Push Pull
Cosair 850 PSU
Cosair Graphite 600T Case
ASUS EAH6870 Video Card with DisplayPort Hookup to Dell 30 Inch Monitor at 2560 x 1600

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Edited by dratifk - 12/3/11 at 9:51am
post #2 of 11
Clean build. What do you use it for? Video editing?
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Yes Video editing and Looking at MRI's and CT's, XRAYS. It's My main Computer. My last computer E8600 kept me going 4 years. Hopefully This one should last 4-5 years too.
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Awesome job man! I love the second picture from the bottom of the 8 slots of ram. So awesome. Just a quick question, why does it take so much power to look at x-rays and CT's? I've seen a lot of people build really powerful computers for stuff like that, but I don't get why. I mean, it seems just like a simple picture right?
    
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Actually radiographic images are not simple images. There is lots of 3D imaging with reformatted imaging being required. Also, a MRI BRain has a dozen sequences and 1000's of DICOM images. Having a Hexacore processor with plenty of RAM really speeds up the experience. My old computer was good enough to be honest but it was significantly slower.

Also, I've noticed significant difference in using ClownBD. This program (set of) coverts any Blu Ray to M2TS file ripping out any menus, audio tracks, extras. Very powerfull system.
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Originally Posted by dratifk View Post

Yes Video editing and Looking at MRI's and CT's, XRAYS. It's My main Computer. My last computer E8600 kept me going 4 years. Hopefully This one should last 4-5 years too.

Cool~! Is your CPU overclocked currently? What's your idle/load temps? Let me know, thanks in advance!
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VRaptor 150GBx2 + VR300GB LiteOn 16x DVD & 20x DVD+/-RW Vista Ultimate 64-bit SP1 Regza 32" 1080p LCD HDTV 1920x1080 
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WD Caviar 320GB 7200RPM 32MB Cache ASUS DVD+/-RW Corsair H100 Water-Cooling Kit Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 
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VRaptor 150GBx2 + VR300GB LiteOn 16x DVD & 20x DVD+/-RW Vista Ultimate 64-bit SP1 Regza 32" 1080p LCD HDTV 1920x1080 
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WD Caviar 320GB 7200RPM 32MB Cache ASUS DVD+/-RW Corsair H100 Water-Cooling Kit Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 
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post #7 of 11
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If you read my initial post The CPU is stable at 4.5GHZ.
Idle Temp at 20C. Stress Prime95 at 60-70C
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im confused by the h100 rad/fans setup. Are they pushing the hot air out the front or are they at the bottom front to gather cold air from the front intake? I dont understand :/
post #9 of 11
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The large front fan pulls air into the case through the hard drives and then I have two fans push air through the radiators and the next 2 falls pull the air through the radiators. The rear and top fans push the air out of the case. I may move the 2 hard drives down to open up more air flow.
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Very nice system, good to see it being used by someone who plans on keeping it for years thumb.gif
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