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http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?12325-My-Little-Devil
Little Devil PC-V8
Plenty of place for your needs.
drool.gif dat setup
yours?
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post #12 of 22
I'd say get

-2 x MCP 655 Pumps in serial.

-At leats 8x120mm Radiator Space

-Get a Mosfet Block for your Sabertooth x79. It will help you achieve higher clocks with lower temperature

-If you want to OC the CPU and your QuadFire Setups, I suggest better PSU or Dual PSUs
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drool.gif dat setup
yours?

No, this is mine . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWl9rkYxnJM
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post #13 of 22
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I'd say get
-2 x MCP 655 Pumps in serial.
-At leats 8x120mm Radiator Space
-Get a Mosfet Block for your Sabertooth x79. It will help you achieve higher clocks with lower temperature
-If you want to OC the CPU and your QuadFire Setups, I suggest better PSU or Dual PSUs
Do high mosfet temps correlate to high core temps?
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Yup, i am putting this pc together with the home theater/eyefinity setup. It would look weird if a bare, huge pc was lying in front of all those glossy black tv and receivers. NZXT Switch is a good option. Thats why i was thinking of getting two glossy black full tower cases and using one exclusively for radiators.
SO, this is my modified setup,

XSPC Dual 5.25" Bay Reservoir with Swiftech MCP655-B
XSPC Dual 5.25" Bay Reservoir with Swiftech MCP655-B
XSPC Raystorm Copper
XSPC Razor HD 7990 Full Coverage VGA Block
XSPC Razor HD 7990 Full Coverage VGA Block
XSPC RX360 Radiator
XSPC RX360 Radiator


I hope this should be enough. I am really inclined towards using two cases if possible. I can put one rad, pump/res in one NZXT Switch and other rad, pump/res in 2nd case. Also, what kind of tubing should i get and how long? Will two pumps be enough for such long tubing? Please help me, this is my first water cooling setup. biggrin.gif
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post #15 of 22
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Do high mosfet temps correlate to high core temps?

I was meaning lower VMR/Mosfet Temperature.

Because if the VRM temps gets too high, the system will throttle down. So keeping the VRM temp low is a good thing to achieve higher CPU clocks.

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Originally Posted by akafreak View Post

Yup, i am putting this pc together with the home theater/eyefinity setup. It would look weird if a bare, huge pc was lying in front of all those glossy black tv and receivers. NZXT Switch is a good option. Thats why i was thinking of getting two glossy black full tower cases and using one exclusively for radiators.
SO, this is my modified setup,
XSPC Dual 5.25" Bay Reservoir with Swiftech MCP655-B
XSPC Dual 5.25" Bay Reservoir with Swiftech MCP655-B
XSPC Raystorm Copper
XSPC Razor HD 7990 Full Coverage VGA Block
XSPC Razor HD 7990 Full Coverage VGA Block
XSPC RX360 Radiator
XSPC RX360 Radiator
I hope this should be enough. I am really inclined towards using two cases if possible. I can put one rad, pump/res in one NZXT Switch and other rad, pump/res in 2nd case. Also, what kind of tubing should i get and how long? Will two pumps be enough for such long tubing? Please help me, this is my first water cooling setup. biggrin.gif

This is a bad idea. Get one case and put everything inside, there is plenty of cases for your needs. Not two NZXT 810 switch.

I was able to put Quad 7970 and 9 x 120mm Radiator in a Corsair Obsidian 800D. You will be wasting your money.
Edited by KaRLiToS - 8/18/12 at 12:41am
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post #16 of 22
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

I'd say get
-2 x MCP 655 Pumps in serial.
-At leats 8x120mm Radiator Space
-Get a Mosfet Block for your Sabertooth x79. It will help you achieve higher clocks with lower temperature
-If you want to OC the CPU and your QuadFire Setups, I suggest better PSU or Dual PSUs
No, this is mine . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWl9rkYxnJM

I am new to water cooling so i am thinking of doing the basic things first like cpu, gpu. I will add other advanced components to my setup as my experience increases. As to overkill, i plan to use this setup for 4 years, so i don't think 2 7990 will be overkill after 4 years biggrin.gif. This rig has been my dream, so money is no concern. You only live once. right?tongue.gif
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post #17 of 22
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I was meaning lower VMR/Mosfet Temperature.
Because if the VRM temps gets too high, the system will throttle down. So keeping the VRM temp low is a good thing to achieve higher CPU clocks.
This is a bad idea. Get one case and put everything inside, there is plenty of cases for your needs. Not two NZXT 810 switch.
I was able to put Quad 7970 and 9 x 120mm Radiator in a Corsair Obsidian 800D. You will be wasting your money.
That was a legit question, not trolling or anything, because my core temps are high so i was just wondering if adding a mosfet block would help biggrin.gif
800D is a good case but i went with the rosewill black hawk ultra because its cheaper and is a little better cooling wise
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post #18 of 22
You sir must have won the lottery!two 7990 and one 3930k, your already reaching over the £2000 mark!i want your job!!!drool.gif

*wipe drool off keyboard* this is a build i'm going to subscribe to if your going to do a work-log!
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I was meaning lower VMR/Mosfet Temperature.
Because if the VRM temps gets too high, the system will throttle down. So keeping the VRM temp low is a good thing to achieve higher CPU clocks.
This is a bad idea. Get one case and put everything inside, there is plenty of cases for your needs. Not two NZXT 810 switch.
I was able to put Quad 7970 and 9 x 120mm Radiator in a Corsair Obsidian 800D. You will be wasting your money.

Thanks for the comment. I just want the setup to look cool. So, two case will be bad because of price/performance ratio or due to poor performance than a single case? Also, how did you put 9 120mm rads into that case?
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post #20 of 22
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I am new to water cooling so i am thinking of doing the basic things first like cpu, gpu. I will add other advanced components to my setup as my experience increases. As to overkill, i plan to use this setup for 4 years, so i don't think 2 7990 will be overkill after 4 years biggrin.gif. This rig has been my dream, so money is no concern. You only live once. right?tongue.gif

The Mosfet Block is innexpensive and very easy to install.

Two NZXT Switch will not be basic since you will have a lot of modding to do, and why have a second case and hide all your cool gear inside the other case?

Get this case Little devil V8 ( or if not get a Case labs Th10) but V8 is nicer biggrin.gif






This is B Negative Current project with much more stuff then you and it fit inside http://www.overclock.net/t/1229853/sr-2-build/0_30






everything is made for instant installation




I have a Corsair 800D but I don't suggest it since its 3 years old and I bought it the year it came out, I made some heavy modding to that case during that time. But You have many versatile cases today much better, like the little devil V8

( I only made a video of my system and I took 3 pics of it, you can find the video here)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWl9rkYxnJM

Edited by KaRLiToS - 8/18/12 at 1:00am
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