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post #21 of 44
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Originally Posted by derickwm View Post

A fully loaded STH10 on a glass table kookoo.gif
Nice build, you need one more 680 though biggrin.gif

glad this was the first post, cuz this is the first thing that came to my mind LOL. truly my dream set up though lookin real good man i LOVE this case.....
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post #22 of 44
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Pending system update:

Video Adapters
EVGA GeForce GTX 690 Signature (Quad SLI)

Check out some photos:

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Figure 1: Portrait of the very clean and minimal EVGA Signature series box

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Figure 2: Portrait of the goods and EVGA invoice (my first job was at the Brea Mall when I was still at high school)

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Figure 3: Portrait of … wait a minute, how’d that happen?

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Figure 4: Portrait of the GTX 690s with one of the stock heat sinks removed

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Figure 5: Close up portrait of the GTX 690 PCB

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Figure 6: Portrait of the GTX 690s contrasting the stock heat sink with the Koolance VID-NX690 cooling device

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Figure 7: Portrait of the GTX 690s with the Koolance VID-NX690 cooling devices installed and ready to go
post #23 of 44
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Originally Posted by robertevanshine View Post

Pending system update:
Video Adapters
EVGA GeForce GTX 690 Signature (Quad SLI)
Check out some photos:
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Figure 1: Portrait of the very clean and minimal EVGA Signature series box
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Figure 2: Portrait of the goods and EVGA invoice (my first job was at the Brea Mall when I was still at high school)
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Figure 3: Portrait of … wait a minute, how’d that happen?
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Figure 4: Portrait of the GTX 690s with one of the stock heat sinks removed
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Figure 5: Close up portrait of the GTX 690 PCB
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Figure 6: Portrait of the GTX 690s contrasting the stock heat sink with the Koolance VID-NX690 cooling device
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Figure 7: Portrait of the GTX 690s with the Koolance VID-NX690 cooling devices installed and ready to go

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post #24 of 44
Thread Starter 
System update:

Video Adapters
EVGA GeForce GTX 690 Signature (Quad SLI)

Base Clock
915 MHz

Boost Clock
1200 MHz (original: 1019 MHz)

Check out some photos:

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Figure 1: Portrait of EVGA GTX 690 Quad SLI with Koolance VID-NX690

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Figure 2: Close up portrait of EVGA GTX 690 Quad SLI with Koolance VID-NX690

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Figure 3: Close up (alternate angle) portrait of EVGA GTX 690 Quad SLI with Koolance VID-NX690

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Figure 4: Landscape portrait of ASUS Rampage IV Extreme motherboard and 250mm EK-Multioption Advanced reservoir (photo taken during equilibration process)

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Figure 5: Screenshot of EVGA Precision X v3.0.2 showing system response under load

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Figure 6: Screenshot of 3D Mark 11 Score (X12638 3DMarks with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690(4x) and Intel Core i7-3930K)
post #25 of 44
Mother of God. That is beautiful. Definitely in the top 3 builds I've ever seen, and definitely #1 without full-custom-fabbed stuff.
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post #26 of 44
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Originally Posted by WusteHase View Post

Mother of God. That is beautiful. Definitely in the top 3 builds I've ever seen, and definitely #1 without full-custom-fabbed stuff.

Thank you, appreciate the feedback. Another benefit of the GTX 690s is fewer PCIe power cables and being able to get rid of the little rats nest of Molex connectors that were in the upper chamber.

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Figure 7: Landscape photo looking down into the upper compartment
post #27 of 44
I like it, I like it a lot.
    
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post #28 of 44
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Originally Posted by silveralf View Post

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Of course, the day after I install the Koolance waterblocks, the fancy EVGA GTX 690 Hydro Copper Waterblock is finally released.
post #29 of 44
I love your build and i was considering this case but there just isn't enough room behind the back panel to hide cables oppose to the M8/M10 series.
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post #30 of 44
Very nice build. Gave me a lot of ideas with my own STH10 (love this case)
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