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Cheers trippin, the 3960x has been at 5ghz with 1.368v for the past 4-5 days without issue, hours of gaming ie Farcry 3 & BF3.

Previous owner of the chip said it did 5ghz at 1.475 stable so the phase has helped it drop more then 0.1v on 100% load with HT. Im happy with this as 24/7 as I plan on keeping the CPU for a while and would hate for it to degrade!

Sounds like you have a hell of a 3930k as well!
post #82 of 122
That power draw isn't nearly as bad as I would have guessed... very nice thumb.gif
 
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smile.gif great build, the CPU has ,at full load, -42 deg. Celsius ? I don't get this phase cooling yet, that is why i'm asking. And also what PSU do you use , something around 1300-1500W ?
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That power draw isn't nearly as bad as I would have guessed... very nice thumb.gif

Being a fridge compressor I did expect more power usage and am fairly happy with the results too.

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smile.gif great build, the CPU has ,at full load, -42 deg. Celsius ? I don't get this phase cooling yet, that is why i'm asking. And also what PSU do you use , something around 1300-1500W ?

Yep full load ~42 degrees Celsius. Using a Revomax 1500w, the phase cooler has its own power plug so doesn't run off the computers PSU.
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I think you mentioned it...but you got the case from FrozenCPU?
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I think you mentioned it...but you got the case from FrozenCPU?

Nah AxioMatiC bought his LD V8 case from frozen cpu. I got mine through a mate who was moving to Europe and wanted to unload the case as he wouldn't be able to appreciate it. He only used it for a couple benchmarking sessions so its basically new.




Well this pc has been operating for over a week and its still running, honestly didn't have much faith in my own first-timer sub ambient insulation. But its definitely holding! PC went through a 38 degree celcius day without a hitch.

post #87 of 122
Looking very nice so far. The Enermax fan in the front looks pretty sick in the night shots as well as the rest of the case. I've always loved LD cases for their raw nature.
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Thanks bud, tubing is just normal 1/2 ID 3/4 OD white uncle fester UV blue tubing with a sleeve put over the top. The compression ring holds the sleeve to the tube, it was easy enough to get the sleeve around because its braided and can go quite large if pushed together. Once I cut the sleeve to length (cut it to length while stretching it) placed the tubing through the sleeve then had to use my nail to stuff the compression fitting ring around the sleeved tubing. It was a tight fit but more then doable. Once the ring was on I had to push the sleeving tight so it didn't expand and look ugly.
I think the sleeved tubing gives the watercooling aspect a more professional look then clear tubing with dye or coloured tubing. Looks more industrial/engine-like and matched the sleeving over the phase neck quite well - albeit my w/c sleeving doesn't have the white lines through it, which is why I opted for white tubing underneath.

Yeah. I was going to do the same thing (but my current build is not sufficiently out of date) so you beat me to it mad.gif! It just looked in some of your pictures like the sleeving was inside the tubing (like the cross-fiber tubing you can get at the hardware store) so I was wondering if you'd gotten it custom made. So was that sleeving 1/2" to begin with? I'm gonna be doing white sleeve on red tube OR clear tube with UV red dye. Not sure. Primochill has some new dyes coming out that look pretty neat.

Thanks for the info!
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I think you mentioned it...but you got the case from FrozenCPU?

He already told you I got it from FrozenCPU, I just wanted to let you know that Mark from FrozenCPU told me they'd likely not be getting any more of them. Your best bet, if you are looking to get a Little Devil case is to go thru sidewindercomputers.com (though you have to dig a little to find them all). I just don't know if they'll ever handle the phase change units.
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Originally Posted by Dr Evil;14976648 
Very nice build especially in person:thumbup::thumbup:

Thanks Dr, was good meeting you yesterday & cheers for the DC++ slot :thumbup:


Well I managed to get a free ticket to RFLAN through DanK (Asus marketing rep) and stumbled across their 'Beast Case' competition so decided to enter this juggernaut case. I ended up getting 3rd place as I supposedly didn't have enough lights or HDD space, lol! Person who won had 24 HDD's ....... :Paranoid:

Was a fun day, ill be returning there with the Danger Den case to get my damn trophy!

Scored a donut maker - will be making some batter today :tongue:


Had to wait 4mins to turn it on... lmao
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One of the RFLAN organisers taking a peek while waiting for the case to fire up.
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She lives.
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DONUT KING!
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