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I got the waterblocks installed today thumb.gif
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I got the waterblocks installed today thumb.gif
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Nice man, those blocks look beautiful. biggrin.gif
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Thanks! The monitors are:
-(4) Samsung S27A750D + (1) Samsung S27A950D debezzeled displays
-(1) WSGF Edition 5x1 Stand
Rep if you like tongue.gif

try not to ask for rep, was it really as simple as removing the bezel ?
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Nice man, those blocks look beautiful. biggrin.gif

Thanks! They are solid...could use them for home defense if I had too tongue.gif

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try not to ask for rep, was it really as simple as removing the bezel ?
The A750s were pretty easy to mod, but the A950 was a real pain. It took me longer to mod the A950 than all four A750s combined. There was glue EVERYWHERE inside the A950 mad.gif

Ahh I made a noob mistake with the tubing...Its been a long time since I watercooled and I went barb mentality and ordered a one size too small tube. I guess normally that would still work with compression fittings but the tube I have is 3/32 wall thick and the tube I need is 1/16 wall thick so the tube I have is waaay to fat. It actually is stuck in two of my fittings and I can't get it out!
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Guess you haven't seen bezels lol, his bezels look 1/2 the size of my monitor (U2711).

For me, it's still too much, if only it was easy/somewhat affordable to build a custom screen. I still admire the setup though, very impressive!
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For me, it's still too much, if only it was easy/somewhat affordable to build a custom screen. I still admire the setup though, very impressive!

Im pretty sure your opinon would change if you actually used the setup in person. Your evaluating a 5400x1920 setup by a 720p or 1080p photo and as you can imagine the photo does it no justice. Also, with five independent displays, you are able to curve the screens around your peripheral vision which gives outstanding immersion. The bezels are a small tradeoff for a massive benefit, but hey to each their own....thanks for the compliment thumb.gif
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Ahhhhh, dat rigs......... drool.gif
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You need to hurry up and finish so you can run the Heaven 3.0 bench! wink.gif
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You need to hurry up and finish so you can run the Heaven 3.0 bench! wink.gif

My builds on hold until I get the correct tubing & G1/4 plugs...I should be up and running by the weeked. I haven't played BF3 in days and am getting the SHAKES lol
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mmmmm
when you get it up n running i wanna know what kind of oc you can get on all cards
and the vram usage nom nom
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