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Ready to get rolling again..... Just ordered a new card for my primary a HIS IceQ H785QT4G2M Radeon HD 7850 4GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card, couldent pass up the 4gb DDR5 even though its a lower bit rate than a 7950/70 my 6970 almost maxes out all games with lower clocks and specs so I figure this should be great! biggrin.gif



http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161432





Edited by MCCSolutions - 6/4/13 at 4:44pm
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Very nice, a second 4gb one would be ideal for your beast multimonitor setup.
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Looking good
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It's a very nice build. It's beautiful and most likely very powerful. It seems like you've purchased all of the best components. I acknowledge that you must have put forth a great deal of effort, time and money into this build. IMHO However, from a creativity level, it isn't that impressive. It seems to lack creativity. With the exception of the 151 bottle, you seemed to follow standard modder protocol: add lights, water-cool everything, color coordinate, buy the fastest components, and slap it into a box.
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It's a very nice build. It's beautiful and most likely very powerful. It seems like you've purchased all of the best components. I acknowledge that you must have put forth a great deal of effort, time and money into this build. IMHO However, from a creativity level, it isn't that impressive. It seems to lack creativity. With the exception of the 151 bottle, you seemed to follow standard modder protocol: add lights, water-cool everything, color coordinate, buy the fastest components, and slap it into a box.

I respect your opion as I do serve to protect it if you are a US Citizen, however I think you fail to make a valid point.....

Just a few things,

1. First and formost any build by an individual for a individual is soley built how that person sees fit, therefore I dont really have to build it for you to like it or to please you. Its my Build! rolleyes.gif

2. Second, a massive amount of the parts in this build were actually traded, bought used, and for the most part I got from other OCN members(They will be sited credit when its complete)

3. Third, MODDER PROTICAL! LMAO I have more hours and custom work in this build than the majority of builds online-

- First to use a glass bottle as a RES as a permanate solution.

- Only fully customized modular ATX PSU you will see on here, I custom cut a logo, Installed cold catodes, raised the hight, cut custom plexi for the light essense backdrop.

- Only Corsair 800D to ever be modded out the wazzu to accomidate THREE 360mm Radiators, on top of that still not interupting the outside flow of the case.

- The only build ever to have a full backplane custom cut Black Onyix Plexiglass cover. A ORIGINAL MCCSolutions Design! tongue.gif

- One in a million for a build to have detail and covering of the reverse side cableing area, only one I have ever seen with this type of material.

- Only build I have ever seen with a Powerful Industrial FLOW JET pump mounted and used.

- Fully custom harness with 2 staged 3v, 5v, 9v, 12v rails with custom switches and cross faders.

- One of the few builds I have ever seen that used a dead swith to trigger lighting and illumination of the switch panel.

- I used Automotive application UV resistant RED Carbon Fiber Vynal, wont find that on any build.

- I custom painted the Corsair SP120s myself, somthing very few people venture to do.

- I fully modded a Corsair H100i to turn it into a static waterblock and installed RGB lighting. FIRST IN THE WORLD!

- All the lighting is custom wired and configured, this is no box kit and you wont find a build with lighting like this anywhere, just watch my video demo of them.

- I have Industrial application wire blocks and I installed RED illumination on them, never seen that before.

- I have a full paralelled water cooling setup! NO LOOPS! Very few have done that!

- I have a fully functional pressure gauge, and I installed custom RGBs in it to light it up, Also never done before.

- Custom cut back panel window.......... Thats a one in a million!

- I have 2 custom DWOOD brackets fabricated with logos, very few have done this!

- I have my IO and back ports illuminated with a custom RGB strip....... Never seen that before.

- Installed and fully hidden a USB 3.0 Wifi card and its antenna!

I COULD JUST GO ON AND ON!

Finally, im just gonna leave this saying that I suggest you actually take the time and go threw and view and read the whole build log. This is no fly by night build. thumb.gif

I would defenatly love to see if you have a build that is more creative....................
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It's definitely a hell of a build man. thumb.gif
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It's definitely a hell of a build man. thumb.gif

THANKS! And I know right! Somtimes I wish it was just "standard modder protocol" build as he put it becasue then it would have been done by now lol rolleyes.gif
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THANKS! And I know right! Somtimes I wish it was just "standard modder protocol" build as he put it becasue then it would have been done by now lol rolleyes.gif

lol tongue.gif

Stick to it, it'll be worth it.
BTW, your package got lost I think. Don't worry though, I'm selling my MVG man.
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