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Originally Posted by Grayskull View Post

Everything is working now! One of the 240GB SSD's were DOA (Seems to be a common theme with this build). Went out and bought a 480GB SSD and now everything works! RMA time...

Glad to hear that the beast has awaken. You can now destroy some faces in da game tongue.gif
    
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i7 920 Evga X58 Classified LE Edition. Sapphire HD 7950 OC Edition Sapphire HD 7950 OC Edition 
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G skill Ripjaws 12 gb Samsung ssd 120 gb sata III WD Velociraptop 300 gb x 2 LG Blu ray drive 
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EK-FC7950 with EK-7950 Backplate FC8 30 watt per channel Bitspower fittings Feser 360 rad (Push Pull) 
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XSPC 240 rad (Push Pull) Corsair SP 120 mm static x10 Corsair AF 120 mm  Bitspower 250 reservoir 
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Heat killer 3.0 Koolance chipset water block EK-FC7950 with EK-7950 Backplate MCP35X2 with stand 
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Windows 7 Ultimate Acer 27" x 3 (eyefinity) Logitech G510/CM Storm Mechanical Keyboard Seasonic 1250 watt X series with moddyi Cable set. 
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CaseLabs SM8 white ZowieAM Rocketfish Gamecon 780 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
i7 920 Evga X58 Classified LE Edition. Sapphire HD 7950 OC Edition Sapphire HD 7950 OC Edition 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
G skill Ripjaws 12 gb Samsung ssd 120 gb sata III WD Velociraptop 300 gb x 2 LG Blu ray drive 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK-FC7950 with EK-7950 Backplate FC8 30 watt per channel Bitspower fittings Feser 360 rad (Push Pull) 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
XSPC 240 rad (Push Pull) Corsair SP 120 mm static x10 Corsair AF 120 mm  Bitspower 250 reservoir 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Heat killer 3.0 Koolance chipset water block EK-FC7950 with EK-7950 Backplate MCP35X2 with stand 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 7 Ultimate Acer 27" x 3 (eyefinity) Logitech G510/CM Storm Mechanical Keyboard Seasonic 1250 watt X series with moddyi Cable set. 
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CaseLabs SM8 white ZowieAM Rocketfish Gamecon 780 
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1TB Samsung 960 Pro Noctua NH-D14 Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Asus VH236H 
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2013 Corsair K70 with Cherry MX Brown Switches Seasonic X750 CaseLabs Merlin SM8 Logitech G400s 
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2013 Corsair K70 with Cherry MX Brown Switches Seasonic X750 CaseLabs Merlin SM8 Logitech G400s 
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Originally Posted by dman811 View Post

Ouch... Who makes the new SSD? And do you still have the non-DOA one in your rig?
Buy a nice set of sound canceling cans so you can't hear it.
Still have the non-DOA Corsair Neutron GTX 240 in my rig and I now have a Neutron GTX 480 in my rig. The 240 is for the OS and other random stuff and the 480 will be 100% gaming. The 2 TB HDD will be all of my music, videos, pictures and a full backup for my 2 SSD's.

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I've been following this build log for a little while now, very nice & tidy build!! Love it thumb.gif
I use Phobya 1x3 pin to 4x3 pin fan splitters, each splitter is connectet to two 7v adapters:

4x SP120s --> Splitter --> 2x 7v adapters --> Molex

It makes the SP120s spin at around 1000rpm and AF120s at around 900rpm. Keeps the system very quiet!
Thanks!

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Originally Posted by ltulod View Post

Glad to hear that the beast has awaken. You can now destroy some faces in da game tongue.gif
For sure! Now I need to find a game to play... Started Far Cry 3. World of Warcraft ruined gaming for me I am afraid. I had an unhealthy emotional attachment to that game before they made it lame and I have yet to find a game to enjoy as much since. I remain optimistic biggrin.gif

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Thank you!
post #184 of 189
awesome build ! Have you measure the total weight of the final build?
post #185 of 189
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Originally Posted by Eustia View Post

awesome build ! Have you measure the total weight of the final build?
With everything in it, the total weight is about 105#.
post #186 of 189
awesome build. whats your water flow direction? Pump > resevoir > etc
post #187 of 189
Thank god everything is fine


NOT DOA


I will be Doing a 900D build with H100i First
Near same specs
Maybe SSD change only

Later when confident WATER-COOL EVERYTHING
Edited by 1SJKIDTECH - 6/30/13 at 9:04pm
post #188 of 189
Great job mate.. I've gone through 4 rampage iv extreme boards in less than 1 year due to DOA and now my current one is playing up.. Lost faith in the ROG boards frown.gif
post #189 of 189
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I apologize for the slow responses, have run into some health issues and have not been on a computer very much at all in the last while.
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Originally Posted by GodAtum View Post

awesome build. whats your water flow direction? Pump > resevoir > etc

Reservoir > Pump > Rad 1 > Rad 2 > Blocks> Gpu> back to Reservoir

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Originally Posted by 1SJKIDTECH View Post

Thank god everything is fine


NOT DOA


I will be Doing a 900D build with H100i First
Near same specs
Maybe SSD change only

Later when confident WATER-COOL EVERYTHING

For me it has been a scary process in which I am STILL nervous every time I am using the system. Watercooling is risky but A LOT of fun when everything is going right.

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Originally Posted by z0ki View Post

Great job mate.. I've gone through 4 rampage iv extreme boards in less than 1 year due to DOA and now my current one is playing up.. Lost faith in the ROG boards frown.gif
I am hoping I don't have to replace the current one. I have not been able to use my system very much, but the times I have been able to, everything has been running GREAT.
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