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Sleeving, heatshrink, connectors, some tools, more fitings, couple sensors....

... 3 x EK Nickel 780 Full GPU blocks, Back Plates and 3 way terminal on order from dazmode.com

Going to try my hand at some sleeving. It will be a combination of custom sleeving and extensions.

The 3 x PNY 780s should be ready for pick up tomorrow.
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3X GTX 780's should be tons for a Single Monitor!
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post #124 of 143
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DarthMuse View Post

3X GTX 780's should be tons for a Single Monitor!

....overkill for one 2560 x 1600 monitor ? sorta...

I am planning on sending my current HP LP3065 monitor to my wife.

I plan on either 2 or 3 Lenovo ThinkVision LT3053p 30-inch WQXGA IPS LED Backlit LCD Professional Monitors in the coming weeks.
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Lots of updates...

Sleeved a whole bunch of wires...did some preliminary wiring.

Still waiting on my buddies at PNY to send me the 3 x 780.

Recieved 3 x EK-FC Titan SE - Acetal+Nickel, waiting on back plates and a parallel terminal.

and as a last minute impulse via contact in the industry, 2 x Vertex 4 256GB drives. Basically got them at 50% off....



I've been lazy on taking pics of the process.

One set back.. my EKWB 400m Tube Res X2, while sitting on my shelf during the rebuild had multiple cracks form at the top of the reservoir. It could have been from the extreme hot and cold temps we have been getting in Toronto, but I am not sure. It honestly had no cracks when it was taking out of the machine and has sat on my office shelf for just over a week.

in any case, I have to decide on what 400mm tube res to pick. EkWB? Bitspower? other?
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No...i was "finished" .... i just took her a part a few weeks back as I sold the 2 x 590, order 3 x 780 and took the opportunity to update with LSI, some new SSDs and HDs, sleeving, and a 4th rad.

I should edit the title of the thread an update the Opening Post.
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Friends from PNY finally were able to come through. 3 x 780 goodness.

Just about done my sleeving work, so these will go in over the weekend. I'll likely wait a week before putting them under water. Still waiting on the XSPC back plates.
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still putting her together, but I managed to get it up and running with the 3 x 780.

Did some fooling around with the LSI 9260 and the newly arrived LSI Fastpath key.

Some real gains with Fastpath.



still some tweaking to be had once the build is final...couldn't resist trying.
Edited by YP5 Toronto - 8/7/13 at 12:20am
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Update pics, some things to tidy up, couple small fitting to round out some cosmetics..




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