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Ooo ivan! The man with a bird in his picture! That's how I acosiate people on here haha.
I almost got mind boggled when I saw a suitcase and not a spinning ihs for Dutch tongue.gif

As for you dman: mind = blown

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

lol My name is Ivan, for now...unless I need lots of money fast, then I may change it to Ivanna xD

I'm not THAT good as to write a proper guide like some other people here (Sam OCX, kow ciller, cool hand luke, FtW...) but I'll give it a shot if you wish.
Gonna take a while to finish it though, so hang on in there.

I guess ddr3 should be the focus methinks, right?
I'll try to add a reccomended module list and some benchies too, gonna need some help there cause I don't have ALL the ram in the world lol Only got psc, bbse and samsung hyk0 atm.

EDIT: Thanks for the credit guys xD

Quick everyone ship Ivan a bunch of DIMMs!!!!
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Sorry, I am keeping my sig rig, and I am now considering building a whole new machine around my second chip that is sitting on the shelf.

So you're building a new rig for yourself with the better chip? Or you're using the worse chip for a build for the kids? I'm still confused, lol, sorry its been a long day, I had a $800 double bevel compound miter saw break down on me and two almost brand new nail guns die and I've been ripping apart tools, looking at part schematics, and scratching my head as to how every bearing in a saw could pop.

The cool thing is I went to my local hardware stores where I buy all my tools and I'm friends with the repairman's Son, so we got to work on them in a shop with all the tools and spare parts needed. And some other guys helped. That's what's cool about a small town, locally owned hardware store, dudes just hang out there. It's kind of like this thread only for power tools, lol.
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

This is what i would if i were u, then give your current rig to your kids. and i like that idea with the h220 and extra rad
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128569 8gb of ram for free with up7 so u dont need new ram just switch it out
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139014
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226226
2 of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130801
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146096

He'd probably be better off getting a Titan (or two) when it releases, and maybe one of Corsair's digital power supplies.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139041
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

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LOL I didn't mean you!!!
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Quick everyone ship Ivan a bunch of DIMMs!!!!
So you're building a new rig for yourself with the better chip? Or you're using the worse chip for a build for the kids? I'm still confused, lol, sorry its been a long day, I had a $800 double bevel compound miter saw break down on me and two almost brand new nail guns die and I've been ripping apart tools, looking at part schematics, and scratching my head as to how every bearing in a saw could pop.

The cool thing is I went to my local hardware stores where I buy all my tools and I'm friends with the repairman's Son, so we got to work on them in a shop with all the tools and spare parts needed. And some other guys helped. That's what's cool about a small town, locally owned hardware store, dudes just hang out there. It's kind of like this thread only for power tools, lol.

I like that idea, but shipping is expensive. (Not sure on first class or parcel post, but small flat rate via priority is 17usd)
Hyk0, psc and bbse should cover most bases really, only thing missing is micron d9 ddr3 variants, and some form of hynix bfr for completeness, maybe some Samsung hch9.

That hardware store sounds like fun biggrin.gif You could some wicked cool modding projects with all those tools man tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Snuckie7 View Post

He'd probably be better off getting a Titan (or two) when it releases, and maybe one of Corsair's digital power supplies.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139041

One titan should be plenty apparently...but we should wait and see. I'd rather have an unlocked voltage card with non ref designs though. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Snuckie7 View Post

He'd probably be better off getting a Titan (or two) when it releases, and maybe one of Corsair's digital power supplies.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139041
the 1200w digital 1 is nice to if u want to go with more than 2 graphic cards in the 600 series but thats if money is not an issue thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

One titan should be plenty apparently...but we should wait and see. I'd rather have an unlocked voltage card with non ref designs though. thumb.gif
Unfortunately you would have to go AMD for that. Hopefully the Titan won't be voltage locked though. The ref design should be adequate, but you can always replace the cooler if you don't like it.
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

the 1200w digital 1 is nice to if u want to go with more than 2 graphic cards in the 600 series
Naw, almost nobody will ever need that much power. You can comfortably run 2 GTX 690's on a quality 850W PSU.
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Lilchronic,
Thanks for the suggestions, but that is a little more than I would like to spend. $1200 on video cards is a lot.

Stickg1,
Sorry, my fault for not being clear. I have my signature rig that is a month old and I will be keeping. I am also using a several year old computer as my second one, it is not listed here anywhere. When I ended up delidding two 3770k I thought I would just sell it, but then I realized you need 35 rep, and after spending a few days answering a lot of new members posts and getting zero rep, I figured I would build a second system. I will give the several year old system to my kids, then I will have my sig rig, and this new build, so two rigs very similar to each other.
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Unfortunately you would have to go AMD for that. Hopefully the Titan won't be voltage locked though. The ref design should be adequate, but you can always replace the cooler if you don't like it.
Naw, almost nobody will ever need that much power. You can comfortably run 2 GTX 690's on a quality 850W PSU.
yea now u dont really need that much power but my brothers i7 920 with 3 gtx 480s does lol . my rig uses about 350w @ load his uses that at idle
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Originally Posted by Snuckie7 View Post

Unfortunately you would have to go AMD for that. Hopefully the Titan won't be voltage locked though. The ref design should be adequate, but you can always replace the cooler if you don't like it.
Naw, almost nobody will ever need that much power. You can comfortably run 2 GTX 690's on a quality 850W PSU.

Yep, that was exactly what I meant...I had a 670 and felt quite underpowered at benchmarking, didn't feel like hardmodding an expensive gpu so I sold it for some profit.
And I'd rather have non ref power designs like Asus or GB or Msi's for dice or ln2 action. But for gaming a titan should be an amazing card if it's not outrageously expensive one.
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