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Looks amazing. The reason you don't have a bios setting for gen3 is nvifia doesn't officially support it on x79 as it isn't entirely compliant. The registry hack is the only way to get it working with the 600 series cards.
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Looks amazing. The reason you don't have a bios setting for gen3 is nvifia doesn't officially support it on x79 as it isn't entirely compliant. The registry hack is the only way to get it working with the 600 series cards.
I didn't run the Registry Hack.
And below is the BIOS setting....all lanes are set at GEN2. There is an option for each lane to set to GEN3.


Yet when I boot into Windows 7, and put load on GPU, GPUID-Z indicates PCIE 16 x 3.0 (earlier post).

Probably reading intention of BIOS settings incorrectly..
Edited by Seanimus - 5/22/13 at 5:08pm
post #1183 of 1388
soon I will be where you are at!! at least I hope.
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I still have one more mod left to do...and that is the top cover....thinking of some simple artwork on the transparent acrylic that will get lit up with RGB Strip.

On the RGB Strip have 2 choices....a) connect to NZXT and have it fading (wife says it will look like a pimp car) or 2) make the RGB Strip work with the AQ 5 RGB Amp (last time I blew out the AQ5 LT; so yikes)..
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As the song says, pimpin' ain't easy. smile.gif Question Seanimus: are you leveraging the water effect of those Aqualis reservoirs? If so, how does it look?
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As the song says, pimpin' ain't easy. smile.gif Question Seanimus: are you leveraging the water effect of those Aqualis reservoirs? If so, how does it look?
You mean the fountain effect?
These reservoirs were bought in June last year. Fountain effects came out much later.
Been discussing with Shoggy, on parts to upgrade the reservoir to have 6 leds each and fountain effect.
The price for parts is not bad. But I have to disassemble ... and height increases by approximately 1 cm ..so that messes up the Res holders at the top.
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You mean the fountain effect?
These reservoirs were bought in June last year. Fountain effects came out much later.
Been discussing with Shoggy, on parts to upgrade the reservoir to have 6 leds each and fountain effect.
The price for parts is not bad. But I have to disassemble ... and height increases by approximately 1 cm ..so that messes up the Res holders at the top.
I see. I was going to offer you my spare res bottom, but since you can't mount a pump to it, that wouldn't suit your needs at all. Shoggy is sending me a square base plate for mine so I can use my D5 pump top, so assuming that works out, I won't need my current base. But it's stand-alone, with no pump mount possibilities.
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I see. I was going to offer you my spare res bottom, but since you can't mount a pump to it, that wouldn't suit your needs at all. Shoggy is sending me a square base plate for mine so I can use my D5 pump top, so assuming that works out, I won't need my current base. But it's stand-alone, with no pump mount possibilities.
Well if I had the replacement parts finalized and ordered, I could give you mine.
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We're so generous for complete strangers. biggrin.gif I ordered it already, and paid up front, but thanks! Sure wish they sold a floor mount kit for these things though. I hate the idea of a wall mount, since I'll have to drill holes in my M8. frown.gif I'd much rather drill holes in the 120mm cover plates on the floor.
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We're so generous for complete strangers. biggrin.gif I ordered it already, and paid up front, but thanks! Sure wish they sold a floor mount kit for these things though. I hate the idea of a wall mount, since I'll have to drill holes in my M8. frown.gif I'd much rather drill holes in the 120mm cover plates on the floor.

Bart EK makes a Rad mount for the floor you might have to drill it out to fit the Aquacomputer reservoir you got. this might be a idea.

like this http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_1165_1162&products_id=27636

or

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_439_770&products_id=37566

I also bought some different ones I will have to look around and see if i can find them and send you pictures of them!!
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