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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

You kidding me man? Hold on to that board and wait for Haswell, then grab a Gryphon z87 and a 4770k.

I kinda figured lol, this will just be a new build and my current one will be for benching since my board is pretty freaking OP already. tongue.gif (atleast I think it is) ((no i don't care)) biggrin.gif

but I have a sweet idea on my WC layout that will be very different sepecially the side/front panel
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

I kinda figured lol, this will just be a new build and my current one will be for benching since my board is pretty freaking OP already. tongue.gif (atleast I think it is) ((no i don't care)) biggrin.gif

but I have a sweet idea on my WC layout that will be very different sepecially the side/front panel

Hmmm, then get a Gigabyte ud3h...and a 3770k at MC. Pair it with Dominator platinum 2133mhz c9 with not-so-manly wc compatible heatspreaders and use those even-less-manly coolants with dyes.
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Hmmm, then get a Gigabyte ud3h...and a 3770k at MC. Pair it with Dominator platinum 2133mhz c9 with not-so-manly wc compatible heatspreaders and use those even-less-manly coolants with dyes.

ill get the 4770K and the good mobo of whatever is out then tongue.gif
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I just had a great idea on my build layout for this year..... completely different fron what most people would think in a build. What I'm stuck on though is what I should get for a mobo/cpu setup.... I kinda want a x79 board for the blocks but thats kinda silly for just the looks..... what do you think I should use for the cpu and mobo? im open to any Intel ideas, and quad 7970's baby tongue.gif depending on the new 700 series of course....

...X79 / LG2011 is supposed to stick around for longer (longer than LG1155 anyhow)...and they'll be able to run the next gen Ivy-E / Haswell-E as well when they come out late 2013, though there will also be a new chipset, the X99 (main difference to X79: more USB3, more Sata 6GB native)

...with X79, you get a true 40 PCIe lanes- just ducky for running 4 GPUs unless you opt for the MVE (or Gigabyte xxxUP7) - OR, go for this biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif ... http://www.overclock.net/t/1377425/tpu-asus-launches-the-p9x79-e-ws-with-x16-link-4-way-graphics thumb.gif

...CPU wise, it's a question of budget...I got enough new stuff to last for a while, but Haswell is rumored to be - drum roll please - not much faster than Ivy at clock-for-clock but a HUGE overclocker (folks on NDA have been hinting, as has Intel itself)...I have heard stories by 'trusted sources' whereby Haswell can hit a further 700+ MHz on the same vCore

...personally, I would still opt for a X79 with either a 3930K or an 'X' series, depending on budget, especially as you're already running a fast Ivy (...just remember Fast Frankie when you want to increase vCore some more biggrin.gif )

...look forward to learn about what you mean when you post above "...completely different from what most people would think..." That sounds intriguing.. thumb.gif .I am having a great time planning the aforementioned 'desk computer' - not that I invented that but will do my own thing. The general idea of NOT being forced into a case and its restrictions , no matter how nice and big, is VERY appealing. I measured things out already and save a huge amount of space while having my fav 3 boards under glass and sharing some components !
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The deskputer is amazing, I'd love to have one...I'll stick to case modding for now, once I get some cash flow going.
You could have a shared loop, with a chiller built in, like Callsignvega's setup.
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...X79 / LG2011 is supposed to stick around for longer (longer than LG1155 anyhow)...and they'll be able to run the next gen Ivy-E / Haswell-E as well when they come out late 2013, though there will also be a new chipset, the X99 (main difference to X79: more USB3, more Sata 6GB native)

...with X79, you get a true 40 PCIe lanes- just ducky for running 4 GPUs unless you opt for the MVE (or Gigabyte xxxUP7) - OR, go for this biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif ... http://www.overclock.net/t/1377425/tpu-asus-launches-the-p9x79-e-ws-with-x16-link-4-way-graphics thumb.gif

...CPU wise, it's a question of budget...I got enough new stuff to last for a while, but Haswell is rumored to be - drum roll please - not much faster than Ivy at clock-for-clock but a HUGE overclocker (folks on NDA have been hinting, as has Intel itself)...I have heard stories by 'trusted sources' whereby Haswell can hit a further 700+ MHz on the same vCore

...personally, I would still opt for a X79 with either a 3930K or an 'X' series, depending on budget, especially as you're already running a fast Ivy (...just remember Fast Frankie when you want to increase vCore some more biggrin.gif )

...look forward to learn about what you mean when you post above "...completely different from what most people would think..." That sounds intriguing.. thumb.gif .I am having a great time planning the aforementioned 'desk computer' - not that I invented that but will do my own thing. The general idea of NOT being forced into a case and its restrictions , not matter how nice and big, is VERY appealing. I measured things out already and save a huge amount of space while having my fav 3 boards under glass and sharing some components !
smile.gif

Yeah I'm still debating but for a little teaser for the new look will be a case basically turned 90° so the side window/panel is the front and I'm going to make it and upside down build (i think not sure really) then with my front panel make it a solid window and make it colapsable. I really cant wait. but for quad fire and a x79 mobo and big cpu i might need two psus lol.
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Yeah I'm still debating but for a little teaser for the new look will be a case basically turned 90° so the side window/panel is the front and I'm going to make it and upside down build (i think not sure really) then with my front panel make it a solid window and make it colapsable. I really cant wait. but for quad fire and a x79 mobo and big cpu i might need two psus lol.

Are you still planning on getting a pot? Might be an idea to make some kinda tech bench case, something that you can change the cooler on & freeze without having to take the whole rig apart.
You may plan on having a benching rig & daily rig, but if you start freezing, you will freeze everything. The daily rig will be the one the pot isn't mounted on.
    
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Are you still planning on getting a pot? Might be an idea to make some kinda tech bench case, something that you can change the cooler on & freeze without having to take the whole rig apart.
You may plan on having a benching rig & daily rig, but if you start freezing, you will freeze everything. The daily rig will be the one the pot isn't mounted on.

I'm gonna actually tongue.gif I'll slap two ax 1200's into it and a set of 128 gig ssds for OS's and benchies then have everything else change tongue.gif might make it out of wood as well lol biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Are you still planning on getting a pot? Might be an idea to make some kinda tech bench case, something that you can change the cooler on & freeze without having to take the whole rig apart.
You may plan on having a benching rig & daily rig, but if you start freezing, you will freeze everything. The daily rig will be the one the pot isn't mounted on.

...or mount two mobos back to back with ply-wood and Styrofoam (for insulation) in between on bearings that are anchored on the sides - then just 'flip and spin' depending if you want to freeze or not...then again, you do live in North Dakota....so you're frozen anyways smile.gif
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...or mount two mobos back to back with ply-wood and Styrofoam (for insulation) in between on bearings that are anchored on the sides - then just 'flip and spin' depending if you want to freeze or not...then again, you do live in North Dakota....so you're frozen anyways smile.gif

I want my Ivy mobo for benching as well..... but I could easily cool double systems but thats would be pointless as I'd only use one.... if anything I'd have them facing each other and have tubing connecting them and cooling it all in a giant loop tongue.gif (yes I even thought of this lol)
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