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I just ordered an STH10, its bound to arrive on 27.11 in germany.
TOTAL=846.15 USD
A Second Part worth 285.75 USD Includes a HPTX COnversion Kit, for the Asus Dual LGA 2011 board, and a few more Parts, will be ordered soon.
BTW: The HPTX Part contains now all the slots required to fit EEB Motherboards. Yey !

PLAN: FILL IT UP !

A)Planned Components
0)PSU, EVGA Supernova NEX 1500 working on full 1650 W Mode.
Dual XFX 1250W Black Edition PSU
1)Mainboard > Asus Z9PE-D8 WS Dual Lga 2011 Workstation Board
2)Dual LGA 2011 Xeon Processors, Which one haven"t decided Yet, it depends on price. Aiming for the top 8 Core Models, but really the CPUs play a secondary role. This whole build is being decided upon after finally finding the Motherboard with enough PCI Express slots to make the build possible.
3)Ram, aiming at full 256 GB ECC Ram, unfortunatly at present day, January 5 2013, 32 gb single DDR 1600 modules dont exists, and 1333 modules are prohibitively expensive. For now a sane option is to use 16gb modules for a total of 128 GB Ram. Since we are talking about project fill it up, i will use an intermediary option, and wait for the 32gb ECC 1600 Mhz DDR3 Modules with a sensible price
3a)Since i have a 2x8 GB Sodimms at hand, i will be using SODIMMs adapters, namely the one linked.
After talking with the guys behind the shop, they said it might and it might not work with a desktop motherboard. It remains to be seen.
As a short Heads-Up, Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit supports a maximum of 192 Gb Ram, and for 256 Gb i will have to go windows 8 Professional 64 bit. Here maximum Memory Support is 512 Gb.
4)GPU Subsystem.
4a)For now i will be using a dual Slot 7750 2Gb XFX Card. The plan is to use this GPU until 8990 come out, and until a waterblock for the 8990 will be available.
4b)8990 CF with watercooling, when available, until then 7750.
PCI Express SLOT 5,6:8990 (Card 3.0 16x Running at Native 3.0 16x Speed)
PCI Express SLOT 7,8:8990 (Card 3.0 16x Running at Native 3.0 16x Speed)
5)I will be using an Msata Drive for windows, namely the allready owned crucial 256 SSD.
Since i will be using all the 14 Sata ports of the Asus motherboard, and 16 of the 24 Sata Ports of the Areca Raid Controller (More on that in Storage Subsystem Paragraph) i will be using a bootable PCI Express 1x Msata Card, namely the OWC Mercury AccelsiorM mSATA PCIe Controller. This will ocuppy
PCI Express SLOT 1: OWC Mercury AccelsiorM mSATA PCIe Controller (Card 2.0 1x Running on Native 3.0 8x Speed). Review here.
6)In Slot 2 will come a PCI Express USB 3.0 Controller since i will be needing in total 2x 19 Pin USB 3.0 Headers.
This PCI Express card will come in Slot 2. Its an ORICO 5 Port Pci Express Adapter.
PCI Express SLOT 2: ORICO PVU3-5O2I (Card 2.0 1x Running on Native 3.0 8x Speed)
7)On Slot 3 Will come the Dedicated Sound Card, the ASUS ROG Xonar Phoebus.
PCI Express SLOT 3: ASUS ROG Xonar Phoebus (Card 2.0 1x Running on Native 3.0 8x Speed)
8)On Slot 4 Will come the Areca 24 Port Raid Controller, namely the ARECA ARC-1882-ix-24. Reason for this choice will be given in the next Section. Since PCB version 3.0 the card has a PCI-Express 3.0 8x Interface compared to the old 2.0 8x interface. Thats a lot of needed bandwidth.
PCI Express SLOT 4: ARECA ARC-1882-ix-24 Raid Controller (Card 3.0 8x Running at Native 3.0 8x Speed)

B)Storage Subsystem
With a dedicated paragraph. Since this is a named Project Fill it up. You will see just how much HDD one can fit in the Best Tower Case on the planet.
1)As i Said Windows will be on the Msata SSD.
2)Motherboard has in total 14 Sata Slots. Here is how will they be used.
2a)2xSata 6 Gbps from the Intel C602 Chipset, 2x3,5" HDD installed on the side of the case, in the mount for exactly 2 x 3,5 Hdd. Its gonna be a Consumer Maximum TB Western Digital or Samsung HDD. Upper Drive Cage from this Link.
2b)8xSata 3 Gbps from the Intel C602 Chipset
2b1)1x5,25" Optical Disc Drive, Its gonna be a Blueray Quad layer writer, the one that can write 128 Gb Discs.
2b2)1xSlim Optical Disc Drive, only a small Blueray reader, and perhaps writer, depends on what i can find, at the time of buying
This drive goes in here, inside the Icy Dock ToughArmor MB994IPO-3SB.
2b3,4)2 Sata Slots are reserved for the Icy Dock DuoSwap MB971SP-B. With this one, one can very quickly attach either a 3,5" drive or a 2,5" to the PC, or both simultaneously, as long as the small drive is maximum 9,5 mm height. If the small drive is 12,5mm in height, the bigger drive will no longer fit.
2b5,6)2 Sata Slots will be used with 2x2,5" 12,5mm height 2 TB Hdd, namely the WD WD20NPVT Model. These will fit inside the same Back Plane where the Slimm ODD goes, the Icy Dock ToughArmor MB994IPO-3SB.
2b7,8)Lastly, since the Asus motherboard doesnt have any Esata Ports, i will be making two of them with this Delock PCI Express Bracket. 2xSata 3 Gbps>2xE-Sata.
2c)4xSata 6 Gbps from the Marvel 9230, capable of Raid, this will power 4x2,5" SSD, wich will make the Workspace Partition, these SSDs will fit on the side Part of the motherboard Tray, where one can fit exactly 4 2,5" Drives. Lower Drive Cage, from this Link.
3)ARECA ARC-1882-ix-24 Raid Controller
Only 16 Ports will be Used. 8 Will be Free. In case i will change the motherboard, i will be able to change it with a motherboard that has a minimum of 6 Sata Slots, and still be able to use the 2x3,5" HDD, 4x2,5"SSD and 2x2,5"HDD attached to the motherboard. Get it ?
Here is what the Controller will Power
3a)One Raid 0 6x2,5" Bigesst Capacity Samsung SSDs, Programs and Games Partition.
These will use a single 5,25" Drive Bay, with the help of the Icy Dock ToughArmor MB996SP-6SB.
3b)Two Raid 5, 5x3,5" Enterprise Class 4 TB Western Digital Reds, 10 Drives in Total, in 2 Raid Matrixes. The 10 Drives will use only 6 Drive Bays, thanks to two RaidSonic Icy Box IB-545SSK.

Thats a total of 12 3,5" drives and 12 2,5" drives. That should be enough for all my storage/porn needs ! biggrin.gif

C)Front Bays
From Top to Bottom i will install the following:
SLOT 1 = Aquaero 5 XT USB fan controller, Black
SLOT 2,3 = Six Aquaero Power Adjust 2 in two 5,25" Drive Bay Brackets, Also Black,Powring Pumps and Fans.
SLOT 4 = A 3,5" Bit Fenix Card Reader in a Caselabs Adapter, MAC 151
SLOT 5 = 5,25" Optical Disk Drive, Right now i havent Researched yet, it'll Probably be a Pioneer Model.
SLOT 6 = Icy Dock ToughArmor MB994IPO-3SB, housing a Slim ODD and two 2,5" 12,5mm in height HDD
SLOT 7 = Icy Dock ToughArmor MB996SP-6SB, Housing 6x2,5" SSD, in Raid 0, making the Programs Partition
SLOT 8 = Icy Dock DuoSwap MB971SP-B
SLOT 9,10,11,12,13,14 = Two RaidSonic Icy Box IB-545SSK
SLOT 15,16,17 = Holding a Case Labs Front Bay 120mm Fan Adapter.

D)Watercooling
1)CPU Waterblocks. Since i will be using 2 Xeons that wont ever be overclocked, i will go with something more normal, instead of the Aquacomputer Silver milled Cpu Waterblock. Something that has G1/4 Insertion Slots. Something like the Koolance 380I Water Block. Times 2.
2)Motherboard Waterblock, the only one there is, the EK-FB KIT ASUS Z9PE-D8 - Acetal+Nickel.
3)Aquaero XT Watercooling Block, for better performance.
4)Radiators
4a)Two Dual Loop 4x120 Aquacomputer Copper Radiators.
4b)One 2x120 Aquacomputer Copper Radiator with Pump and Reservoir
4c)One 4x120 Aquacomputer Copper Radiator with Pump and Reservoir
5)Loop Configuration
5a)LOOP 1 = CPU Loop:
CPU Waterblock 1
CPU Waterblock 2
Motherboard Waterblock
Aquaero Waterblock
2x120mm Pump-Radiator
30% of the 4x120mm Dual Loop Radiator 1
30% of the 4x120mm Dual Loop Radiator 2
5b)LOOP 2 = GPU Loop:
GPU Waterblock 1
GPU Waterblock 2
4x120mm Pump Radiator
70% of the 4x120mm Dual Loop Radiator 1
70% of the 4x120mm Dual Loop Radiator 2
6)Fittings. As needed various Bitspower Silver plated Fittings.

D)Fan Configuration
Coming Soon !

E)Bit Coin Mining
Coming Soon !

F)Accesories
Coming Soon !
Edited by Bytales - 2/9/13 at 4:34am
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When your spending that kind of cash why didn't you just got for the 2011 chipset?
     
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Def. Subbed for this though looks like its going to be a nice build.
     
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Im not gonna get it all at once. I will go with the 3770k because
1)I will be leaving on the GPU untill i find a suitable dual GPU card to wich i can add a watercooling block.
Now the best solution would be the HIS 7970X2, but there no water block for that.
I will be usng dual dual gpu cards, so that i can have more free pci slots.
THe way it is now, i could be gettin the 7970x2, and let it on air, hoping a waterblock will be there some day.
But the chances are slim, and now the 8000x is on the corner it makes little sense to spend so much on allready aging technology.

Hopefully a dual 8990 card will be launching, two of those would make the build.
Now im using a clevo x7200 laptop with core i7 950 12gb ram, 460m SLI, 2tb hdd inside WD< and 128 gb samsung 470 series ssd. So i can wait.
My wife will be using the case, untill it will be powerfull enough to replace the laptop.

Basically i plan to fill it the case to the brim
Radiators push pull, theres gonna be 28x120mm radiators FANS
4x40mm back fans
3x120mm case fans.

Still need to figure out how im gonna power up all those fans through aquaeros xt, power adjust 2, and things like that.

2)I allready have an msata SSD, i bought for the laptop i was about to remain with, but it was heating to much (3920xm, 7970m CF). Goes in the msata slot.

3)the 6 core CPU is basically a broken CPU that costs a lot of moneywith 2 cores disabled.

THe other option would be going 2687w x2 but that would be 1600 1700 euros for the CPUs alone.
Alot of cash for something i likely wont be using, and i would be forced then to go with some sort of card

Then i concluded the 3770k platform would be the best choice.
Virtu logic also fixes the vsznc issue on amd cards, i think at least, and one would be able to have same performance one would get with nvidia adaptive vsync.

One thing to think about is how much would it take for the haswell platform to arrive.
If i allready have the laptop, the question is, could i wait for that long ?

I do hope theres gonna be a 8990 card this time around.
Edited by Bytales - 11/23/12 at 1:10pm
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hey, you stole the idea for my build. biggrin.gif definitely gonna be awesome, can't wait for some updates.
    
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hey, you stole the idea for my build. biggrin.gif definitely gonna be awesome, can't wait for some updates.
What, ? No, i didnt, i actually composed all in my head.
Its gonna take a while, i just want first of all a dual amd card with waterblock,
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What, ? No, i didnt, i actually composed all in my head.
Its gonna take a while, i just want first of all a dual amd card with waterblock,

I was just messing around, any reason why you gonna go with the amd setup, personally i like nvidia cards because of the physx that have been added into the recent games.
    
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Yah, theres a reason, from the gaming point of view i would have gone with nvidia. The driver support is better and they have physics, which would work even better in a multi gpu setup.
The thing is i am a doctor, and assuch, i will have little time beeing home using the pc.
PC usage time is about 4 hours a day, rest sleep, work, and off work service for the hospital, a few times a month.
So bassicaly the pc is gonna be stay most of the time unused.
With AMD GPU i can used it to mine Bit Coins, esspecialy since i live in a small 1 room apartement provided from my hospital where i dont neet to pay for electricity.

Thats why.
Latelty AMD drivers are good, especially for the GCN Architecture, and with Lucid Virtu one gets performance same as like nvidia adaptive vsync, Maximum frames, without tearing.
There is also a program, with which one can tinker with the amd gpus, that provides good results.
On the Toms Hardware review of the HIS 7970x2, this program is specified.

Thats why i ll be gettin the AMD. Want to get AMD

Besides with the integrated GPU, i could do non gaming stuff without loss of UI Frame rate or movie lag.

For instance when i mine with the 460m s that i have and try to play a movie, the frame rate is low because the gpus are allready in use.
With the integrated GPU, the amds can mine, and i can be in windows watching movies Etc, ANd only use one GPU when i am gaming.

So all the time 3 GPUs will mine, and when not gaming, all 4 will mine.
Basically thats my plan.
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For now only the usb hub sits inside.
For now nothing else, because my bank account got rapped.

Ordered 2 fan adapters, a cable for the internal usb 3,0 port and a card reader.

Will post pictures then.
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3)the 6 core CPU is basically a broken CPU that costs a lot of moneywith 2 cores disabled.

that's like saying that all sandy bridge cpu's except the xeon E5-2470 and 2450's are broken

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