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post #41 of 76
Anyway, my point was that for the price of a UP7, I think it's logical to get a X79 chipset instead. I love the UP7 don't get it wrong. I just bought a R4F(build log coming).
post #42 of 76
Looking forward to seeing how this build turns out. Although I agree with the dude about throwing at least a 480mm in there. Subbed!
post #43 of 76
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post #44 of 76
Alright, I applogise. I felt insulted too when I saw what reply i got after saying I chose R4F over UP7 =(
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Alright, I applogise. I felt insulted too when I saw what reply i got after saying I chose R4F over UP7 =(

No idea who insulted you, but no one should criticize no one that is a great thing about custom computers you can use whatever parts you want and no one should criticize, yet people still do,.
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Looking forward to seeing how this build turns out. Although I agree with the dude about throwing at least a 480mm in there. Subbed!

Thank you, I plan on going at least a 60 (prob will go a 480) once the swiftech AIO cpu block is available (I hope they make it just the pump).
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Anyway, my point was that for the price of a UP7, I think it's logical to get a X79 chipset instead. I love the UP7 don't get it wrong. I just bought a R4F(build log coming).

That is actually a valid point, I just do not like the how the power phase designs look on triple and quad channel boards, I like the dual channel mobo designs better.
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post #46 of 76
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Thank you, I plan on going at least a 60 (prob will go a 480) once the swiftech AIO cpu block is available (I hope they make it just the pump).
You mean the Apogee drive or the new apogee AIO kit? Both of them seem worse than a separate pump, block and reservoir. They seem like they would be a lot harder to fill than a normal reservoir.

If you are going for a 480mm radiator, I recommend the XPSC RX480 and the Black Ice SR1. They both perform excellently with low speed fans.
post #47 of 76
Yea it's pretty costly so why not go X79...just my thought.
post #48 of 76
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Yea it's pretty costly so why not go X79...just my thought.

He already bought the UP7.

We know X79 is good and that you like it a lot, but continuously talking about it isn't helping.

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i7 4790k Gryphon Z97 Asus GTX760 OC 16GB Crucial Ballistix 
Hard DriveCoolingOSOS
2x 256GB Crucial MX100 H60 Windows 8.1 Pro OS X Yosemite 
MonitorPowerCase
2x Dell U2414H Seasonic X650 Legacy U3 
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i5 760 | 4GHz | 1.275v Gigabyte P55A-UD3 MSI NX7600GT  8GB G.Skill ECO 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Western Digital 6400AAKS LG 22X DVD±R Xigmatek S1283 7 Professional 64-Bit 
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post #49 of 76
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Yea it's pretty costly so why not go X79...just my thought.
From what I've heard, X79 isn't amazing when you go subzero, so a board like this wouldn't really be all that great for it.
post #50 of 76
God, I didn't continuously talk abt it. Stop.
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