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heres how the computer currently sits with the old case and setup. The HX750 psu is going through rma, and the TX750 in the case now is a backup.


Been messing with the canon point shoot settings and figuring out how to use it. Heres a random picture of the NZXT front pannel.
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I find that the Apogee HD, as a result of it's huge copper cold-plate most likely, tends to result in very even temperature readings between cores when compared to the CPU-370SI from Koolance, the Raystorm (both the Acetal/Regular AND the Copper Limited-Edition) from XSPC, and the HK3.0 from Watercool when used on the 3930K/3960X(and I assume 3970X) as the SNB-E 6-Core Chips are HUGE compared to SNB/IVB chips! However, as I mentioned before, the mounting system for the Apogee HD is seriously the best on the market, bar none, and it likely has something to do with the consistency in temps as well, because even pressure over the IHS with a very flat contact plate (my Apogee HD, while having significant machining marks, was perfectly flat as measured at my Uni's Physics lab; 0.002" taller in the middle/convex, which is absolutely nothing), will produce consistent results.
I would also HIGHLY recommend using Prolimatech PK-1 with the Apogee HD, as I have yet to have anything but GREAT experiences with this TIM! It is truly awesome stuff, and if you are really looking for an extra 1.5-3C (over the drop that the PK-1 itself will give), I have yet to find a better TIM for "tinting". Grab a 10g tube for $15 and don't worry about needing more for a few years!
PK-3 is supposed to be an improvement, but I cannot personally vouch for it. That would be something you'd have to find out for yourself, sorry!
Also, I don't know if you have already made your purchases or not, but if I may, I'd like to offer some advice based on my experience building a watercooled LGA2011 system (extremely similar to what you're building) in the Switch 810....
- If you can, I'd go for a 420 (3x140mm) radiator for the top, as it provides surface area slightly greater than a 4x120mm radiator and noticeably more usable surface area due to having only 3 fans (thus only 3 fan hubs and a much larger "swept area"). The Alphacool NeXXos XT45 420 or XSPC EX420 are excellent options for hassle-free 420 rads that perform exceptionally well!
- For the bottom, a full-thickness 240 rad with push-pull fans fits without issue, so I'd take advantage of that to increase cooling potential
- Bay Reservoirs are awesome for convenience and external aesthetics, but cylinder reservoirs are exponentially easier to bleed/fill/drain; I personally decided to have one of each to get the best of both worlds, but just wanted to give you a heads up. Also, bay reservoirs are noticeably noisier (which is another reason I have an EK Multioption Res X2 150 Advanced; the loop "ends" by first sending water to the EK res and THEN up to the XSPC Bay Res, reducing turbulence)
- With 2 Radiators, a CPU Block, and 2 GPU Blocks, I would recommend the Swiftech MCP35X as far as pumps go... It is PWM controlled so it is only as loud as is needed, but it has immense reserves of pumping power on tap that can be accessed automatically and at a moment's notice (and fully customizable via fan control curves in BIOS); the extra Pressure of the MCP35X/MCP35X2 is a huge benefit, especially if you imagine that you'll ever add more rad(s) and or block(s)...
- You WILL want to have angled fittings when you go to do the loop assembly, or you will spend a LOT of time trying to get everything run. I highly recommend the Bitspower Angled Rotary Adapters (they DO NOT have the integrated compression fitting on the end, allowing you to use ANY compression or barb fitting you want, in any size, meaning that a decision to change tubing size means you only need new comps/barbs instead of entirely new fittings thus cutting the cost to 1/3-1/8th of what it may otherwise be; ALSO, they are modular, so you can "stack" them to navigate particularly tricky corners/etc). I would grab a few each of the 45deg single-rotary, 90deg "elbow" single-rotary, 90deg dual-rotary, 15mm and/or 25mm extensions, a ball-valve fitting (drain port), a Y-fitting and/or T-/Q-block (fill port), and a few male-male couplers. Then you can use whatever compression fittings make you happiest (I like Monsoon).
- Use the top 5.25 bay for a fan controller, to provide maximum airflow to the front rad fan
- Assuming (at minimum) push fans on both the top and bottom rads, I would suggest setting up airflow as such: 2x Front Case Fans as Intake, Bottom Rad Fans as Intake, Top Rad Fans as Exhaust, and Rear Case Fan as Intake (to provide cool air directly to your top rad as well as over the VRM/MOSFET area of the MB). If you are still able to use the top HDD Cage Fan, great, but if not it's no big deal. The above will give you positive pressure, although you can experiment with the rear fan as it may give better temps as exhaust (although I have yet to see that)
- GO PUSH-PULL!!!
- The BitFenix Hydra Pro is the best fan controller for the money for this case, IMO: 30W per channel, five channels (allows using fan splitters to have an entire rad's fans on one channel; I recommend the BitFenix Alchemy individually-sleeved 1x3pin-to-3x3pin/6x3pin Fan Adapters/Splitters), which I have setup as all four bottom rad fans on one channel, the three top rad push fans on one channel and the pull on another, and I have yet to decide what to do about the case fans (I am waiting to replace them with BitFenix Spectre Pro PWM 140mm White w White LED's). The finish used is a PERFECT match for the black trim on the Switch, both in color and in texture. Also, the sliders look much better than knobs on the front of this case, IMO, as knobs/dials "ruin" the very streamlined look of the Switch 810.
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Kind of funny to get the 500-600$ CPU with a mere 100$ cooling kit when you could get a 2600k/2700k with a custom loop for less than 600$. 5GHz assured with that.
Nice build nonetheless.
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Kind of funny to get the 500-600$ CPU with a mere 100$ cooling kit when you could get a 2600k/2700k with a custom loop for less than 600$. 5GHz assured with that.
Nice build nonetheless.
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just ordered the xspc rx240 from Frozencpu.com with 2 days shipping =). Theres a 5% discount if you search this forum for the code. Now i gotta figure out a way to mount the radiator and still keeping it stealthy, clean and simple.
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Thank You, the water cooling kit was alittle more then 100$ rolleyes.gif. I also took advantage of the intel retail program and got the processor for half of what retail price is. wink.gif
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Def alot better case you got now and you will have tons of room for any mods you wanna do. I just took mine apart to add 2 gtx 670 ftw 4gb and the case was super easy to clean and with the dust covers they held most of the dust out so it was not bad to clean inside. Nice build you got going.
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Def alot better case you got now and you will have tons of room for any mods you wanna do. I just took mine apart to add 2 gtx 670 ftw 4gb and the case was super easy to clean and with the dust covers they held most of the dust out so it was not bad to clean inside. Nice build you got going.

Thank you, and I couldnt be any happier with all the space this case has to offer, the antec 280 case is good on the quiet side but opening that "refrigerator door" as my wife call it, was a bit annoying. Anything plug in the usb port or headphone jack made it a hassle to open the front case door.

Hope you enjoy the 670 ftw 4gb.
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My twin build! I just need a twin ffor my 670FTW lol.
   
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welcome!
you should get a another 670 ftw card! its cheaper now
    
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some of the tools being used (from top to bottom: snap-on wire stripper, klein crimpers, scissor, mini phillip screw driver, phillip screw driver)


One of my favorite tool next to the wire stripper and crimper is a snap-on screw driver.


and here is the case completely stripped.
    
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First step was to remove this connector, all the factory stickers, and clean up the sticky glue residue.


I dont have goo gone, or any adhesive remover, so acetone it is.


the glue residue from the velcro.


here it is all cleaned up, did this to all the factory stickers.
    
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G.Skill Ripjaw Z DDR3 2133 4x4GB  Corsair Force SSD Crucial M4 SSD WesternDigial Black HHD 
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ASUS Bluray DVD  Swiftech Apogee HD CPU waterblock Monsoon Matte Black1/2 x 3/4 Compression Fitting Bitspower Matee Black 45 & 90 degree fittings 
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10 x Gentle Typhoon AP15 1850RPM  XSPC RX360 Radiator XSPC RX240 Radiator   PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Tubing 1/2 ... 
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