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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...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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G1 sniper 3 has a PLX chip aswell wink.gif and is only 269$
    
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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)

...yes, the giant loop tongue.gif ...it plays a role in my 'deskputer 3x mobo' plans as I will run SLI x2 at times, but then switch to QUAD-SLI in just one machine...besides, the way I am laying it out I can put 5x 360x60 rads on the 'sides', venting out - while forming one of the edges of the deskputer
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You could use the hot air blowing out of the sides to heat aquariums or a greenhouse and keep some 1337 carnivore plants in there! biggrin.gif
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You could use the hot air blowing out of the sides to heat aquariums or a greenhouse and keep some 1337 carnivore plants in there! biggrin.gif

...might be a nice source of heat for the winter, biggrin.gif but we're already on the city steam plant anyways...seriously, where this is located in my place allows me to to vent the hot air into a 'flexible dryer tube' that leads to an outside exhaust port (I'm about 30 stories up...)...there is also the option to get a cold-air intake at the other end of the 'deskputer' wink.gif
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I'd avoid the cold air intake...and focus on ways to recycle/get rid of the heat.
Callsignvega had a cool loop with three split valve thingies, leading to a geothermal loop for summer, a chiller for benching and a regular loop for winter (heater)
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I'd avoid the cold air intake...and focus on ways to recycle/get rid of the heat.
Callsignvega had a cool loop with three split valve thingies, leading to a geothermal loop for summer, a chiller for benching and a regular loop for winter (heater)


...I'm really not far enough yet on the 'nitty-gritty' planning for this project (target completion date = fall 2013). That said, in spite of being 'Canada' which makes N.Dakota look positively balmy, I actually live in the (relatively speaking) warmest, most moderate-climate part, right by the Pacific, a bay of which is right outside...and as I look out and 'up' right now, there is still lots of snow on the 'Coastal Mountains', but down here, not so much...

...cold air intake would be 'relative' - obviously I do not want to run into condensation issues re too far below-ambient...I am looking at TEC, though (again, not finalized)...per earlier post, even now I have some power phase upgrading to do, then I can get more detailed as to TEC et al - as they can suck up some serious extra juice...
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I was thinking lets get past the dream computer. I really need this oced ivy for faster 3d rendering. so how a bout a DREAM RENDER FARM. Take a refer truck and turn it into a mobile server space. Only cpus need to be underwater and gpus are non-existent because the render clients can be intitalized via remote net. Twenty-Five multi-cores working feverishly. Yet THAT WOULD BE COOL! I want to do one in a dorm minifridge first to learn how to deal with cold, corrosion, moisture and the like.
   
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Measure where u want rads and take pics and lemme see wink.gif

This way i can suggest rads.

Do u have 85mm up top? if so get a Alphacool Nexxos 360 UT 60 in push config.

Pair that with a Nexxos 240 ut 60 and ur good to go.

Rememmber u need to only fit one 25mm thick fan. so that is 85mm.

So I measured on the top of my case and I have 70mm before it hits my MOBO, but I have 8-pin and 4-pin power cables connected to power the CPU on the motherboard so that is going to contrain a little more of that space. I could probably bend them back some more. Would I be able to go fanless for the top rad if I go with the Alphacool Nexxos 360 UT30 full copper? I really wish I could put one on the bottom. I could put the pump in the 5.25 area, but then the res would have to be somewhere above the case and I want it in the case. Do you guys think that I definetly need two pumps for this loop even if I'm using the Sidewinder Custom tapped MCP655 / Laing D5 with G 1/4 Threads? I could have one 140 rad on the bottom next to the pump. I'm just confused with all of this haha

On a brighter note my PSU is going to be delivered back to me on monday!!
post #15629 of 33576
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

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....

I want a new build to, 7970s and x79, but I'm hesitant because sb-e has already been out forever, and 7970s already been out for a year. I hope ivy-e and 8000/700 series comes out mid of this year, I really don't want to wait till end of 2013.
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I want a new build to, 7970s and x79, but I'm hesitant because sb-e has already been out forever, and 7970s already been out for a year. I hope ivy-e and 8000/700 series comes out mid of this year, I really don't want to wait till end of 2013.

...have you seen these two items per your post above ?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1368527/fudzilla-ivy-bridge-e-delayed-to-q4-2013

http://www.overclock.net/t/1376710/xbitlabs-intel-s-new-extreme-processors-will-barely-improve-performance-significantly
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