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I can now concentrate on further building the PC, i just opened a new thread regarding a question i have about PSU choice. Depending on what i learn from here i will either get 2 Antec HCP 1300 or 2 Corsair AX1500i. As it is, i lean toward the Antec PSU because of their OC Link, that chains them together.
Supposedly, this OC Link is better than the Add2Psu or wires one can use to link to 2 PSUs together.
Supposedly, as in i do not know exactly what differentiates the OC link from the other methods of chaining the PSUs together.
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New Update after so long. Decided i was ready to upgrade the CPUs, then asus launched the Z10PE-D8 WS, and sold everything (Motherboard, CPUs, Ram, PSU), im going Haswell Xeon v3 and 128 Gb ram, the bad thing the CPU and RAM alone is gonna cost aroung 5000 euros.

I want to have two E5 2690v3 and 128 GB DDR4 .
As PSU im goingto get EVGA 1600 T2, it still isnt available here in Gemany.
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Z10PE-D8 WS is ordered, its going to arrive at the end begining of november 2014.
Allready have 1 memory stick 16GB DDR4, 2133 MHz, ECC registered, one more is on the way.

Two E5-2690v3 are allready ordered, i will have them by the end of the month.
Currently owning an EVGA 750ti, with Display port, since i allready own a Asus ROG Swift, allready installed.

I have for more than a week, i havent had the chance to use it yet, because the old PC is sold. Im waiting for the new mainboard and CPUs to arrive.
Im still missing a PSU, and 2 CPU coolers, that i still need to order, to make the PC functional.

The CPU coolers are going to be something generic and cheap, until i can put together the watercooling loops.
Regarding the GPU, im waiting for a bigger maxwell, or even a dual 980 gpu board.

A little bit about the watercooling setup.

A)Loop 1 (CPU0, CPU1, Aquaero 6 XT waterblock, 8xKoolance Ram 33 Ram block)
1)30%of a 140.1 Aquacomputer Aquaplex Radiator (120mm Industrial Noctua Fan 3000 rpm plus Delta 1.2 Amp 190 CFM fan push pull)
2)70% of a 140.2 Aquacomputer Aquaplex Radiator (2x140mm Industrial Noctua Fan 3000 rpm plus 2xDelta 1.2 Amp 190 CFM fan push pull )
3)100% of a 140.2 Aquacomputer Aquaplex Radiator with pump and reservoir included (2x140mm Industrial Noctua Fan 3000 rpm plus 2xDelta 1.2 Amp 190 CFM fan push pull )
4)Waterfilter and flow metter
Total Radiator space 3.7x140x140

2)Loop 2, dual double GPU Cards (the loop can take up to 2 x 500 W cards)
1)70% of a 140.1 Aquacomputer Aquaplex Radiator (Fans are written above)
2)30% of a 140.2 Aquacomputer Aquaplex Radiator (Fans are written above)
3)100% of a 140.3 Aquacomputer Aquaplex Radiator (2x140mm Industrial Noctua Fan 3000 rpm plus 2xDelta 1.2 Amp 190 CFM fan push pull plus 1x140mm Industrial pwm fan with 2000 rpm)
3)100% of a 140.3 Aquacomputer Aquaplex Radiator with reservoir and pump (2x140mm Industrial Noctua Fan 3000 rpm plus 2xDelta 1.2 Amp 190 CFM fan push pull plus 1x140mm Industrial pwm fan with 2000 rpm)
4)Waterfilter and flowmeter
Total radiator space 7.3x140x140, allmost double the first amount.

Delta fans are 120x120x38mm, 12 of them at 1.25 amp will get connector to 6 Poweradjust 3.0, 2 per poweradjust.

The other PWM fans, will get connected to the PWM output of aquaero 6 XT like this
1)CPUwatercoling loop (loop1) plus motherboard tray fans
4x0.55Amp(140mm 3000rpm noctua)+2x0.3Amp(120mm 3000 rpm noctua) = 2.8 Amps for chanell 1
2)GPU watercooling Loop (loop 2)
4x0.55Amp(140mm 3000rpm noctua)+2x0.18(140mm 2000rpm noctua) = 2.56, or only one slow fan for a total of 2.93 Amps for chanell 2
3)4x40mm pwm fans go in the back, 2 deltas with 0.87 Amps each and 2 some other fan with 0.66 amps for a total of 3.06 amps for chanel 3
4)upper case fans and PSU fans, here theres going to be only 2x120 noctua 3000 rpm plus 2x120 NF12P and 2x80mm fan, for a total of 0.86 Amps on chanell 4

Im going to also need 10 or 11 140mm to 120mm fan adapter the best one i could find is the koolance one, made of thcik 5mm aluminum, acts as a small shroud, will allow the mounting of the 120x120x38mm fans on the inner part of the 140mm radiators.

Holy ****, how much is all going to cost. My wife will kill me !

The shopping basket on the aquacomputer website wass alread 1850 Eurs, **** !
the deltas are aprox 500 dollars, the noctus aprox 300 euros, the shop on koolance aprox 400 usd, and i still need to buy 6 memory stick 180 euro each.
PSUs and cpus coolers aprox 500 euros.

Monitor was 800 euros, mainboard 460, and cpus 3800 euros.

She should have allowed me to get the alienware m18 r2 before i decided to build this desktop.

Tommorow i will add photos, for you to see what's the current status.
post #105 of 254
It sounds like this build is going to be a monster. I am glad to hear you decided to go with a single PSU, it will probably make things easier.
    
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As a matter of fact i decided to go in the end with dual Antec 1300 HCP, will place the order today at midnight at mindfactory.de, because after midnight there nos shipping cost. For the two orders im going to place its going to save 8x2 euros.

Today i just placed an order on aquacomputer,
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Because a video is worth a thousand photos, here is a short description of the PC im going to build and how its all going to fit !

http://youtu.be/ZWMI7xyR0rM
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I might be lucky and get the motherboard this week, cpus are 2 days away !
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Tommorow im going to be able to complete it, if the rest of the components arrive !
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Intel Xeon L5640 Intel Xeon L5640 Dell R710 Mobo Hynix 144GB DDR3 ECC PC3L-10600R 
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Intel X25-M G2 80GB Redundant 840W PSU Dell 710 2.5" - Google Search Appliance Dell Perc H700 Raid Controller 
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Dell iDRAC6 Enterprise Mellanox Connectx-2 10Gb SFP+ NIC 
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12x 4TB HGST 5K4000 SanDisk SSD 960GB (cache) 6x 8TB WD Red Scythe AP-29 
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2x Noctua U9DXi4 FreeNAS Corsair AX750 Norco RPC-4224 
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