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post #171 of 202
Imagine trying to run three 4k monitors in nvidia surround...the amount of raw power needed...
Such a shame 4k doesn't have g-sync as it would really benefit this system, could probably make this system last a couple years longer in g-sync...
But 1440p g-sync would still be wonderful (unfortunately it isn't released it isn't an IPS screen)
post #172 of 202
Was it easy to remove the LCD screen from the silver bezel?

I wanted to do it but the silver bezel wouldn't come from the LCD screen front without brute force so I am not doing it.
 
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Originally Posted by DaMagicalManiac View Post

Imagine trying to run three 4k monitors in nvidia surround...the amount of raw power needed...
Such a shame 4k doesn't have g-sync as it would really benefit this system, could probably make this system last a couple years longer in g-sync...
But 1440p g-sync would still be wonderful (unfortunately it isn't released it isn't an IPS screen)

I feel two titan blacks could handle it with 12 GB of VRAM. I know my single FirePro W8000 (Eyefinity) could handle it (I have seen it do massive setups). I agree it is hard to choose between the two haha. biggrin.gif
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Was it easy to remove the LCD screen from the silver bezel?

I wanted to do it but the silver bezel wouldn't come from the LCD screen front without brute force so I am not doing it.

It was shocking to see you have to rip it off as I thought it was a screw on the back or something, but yes it was easy. I took my knife and slid i under and lightly pried around the edges then ultimately had to use brute force to pull the adhesive off. There is no other way to do it than pulling it off with force, just be smart about it. The frame is tough just give it a steady pull. thumb.gif
Edited by Unlox - 3/25/14 at 9:14am
post #174 of 202
Yay, Linus has uploaded his 4k experience with that Asus monitorEDIT: Apparently at CES 2014 they had modded ones of these fitted with G-sync, I wonder if we could do this anytime soon??? 0_o Lets cross our fingers biggrin.gif
Edited by DaMagicalManiac - 3/26/14 at 8:13am
post #175 of 202
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Yay, Linus has uploaded his 4k experience with that Asus monitorEDIT: Apparently at CES 2014 they had modded ones of these fitted with G-sync, I wonder if we could do this anytime soon??? 0_o Lets cross our fingers biggrin.gif

I saw that yesterday and everything he said I agree with from my time in front of the same model. I just got a email back from the NVIDIA team manager that G-Sync DIY kits won't be available for the 4K monitors. mad.gif The guy said it will be a while before 4K G-Sync is out, unless manufacturers push the need for it faster.
post #176 of 202
@Unlox

Those barb fittings you used on your water filter, what size were they? I'm buying the same filter for the same purpose.
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@Unlox

Those barb fittings you used on your water filter, what size were they? I'm buying the same filter for the same purpose.

OP will deliver haha.

Here it is:

My system's tubing is 1/2in. ID x 3/4in. OD

I ordered a pair of each, I cant remember which one I went with as I am looking at the fitting in front of me and the Amazon pictures look oddly different. I want to say it is the one with the shorter thread though.
Anderson Metals Brass Garden Hose Fitting, Connector, 1/2" Barb x 3/4" Male Hose
Anderson Metals Brass Hose Fitting, Connector, 1/2" Barb x 3/4" Male Pipe

Here are two pictures I took of the ones I went with for you to compare:




Here is the filter:
Watts WH-LD Premier Whole House Filter System

Optional Teflon tape:
Ampro A1441 PTFE Seal Tape 1/2-Inch X 260-Inch

Exactly the same grommets:
Gardner Bender GHG-1575 3 Count 3/4-Inch Hole Grommets, 3-Pack

The most awesome invention for 5 gallon buckets:
The Gamma Seal Lid

Hope that helps! thumb.gif
Edited by Unlox - 3/26/14 at 4:13pm
post #178 of 202
Can't stop laughing at the doggy coin biggrin.gif. Anyways, I'm quite confused on how you'll be running the workstation graphics card while also have SLI of two mainstream GPUs. Is there some trick, or are workstation graphics designed to do so?

EDIT: Oh damn.... Bleh, I feel stupid for not thoroughly reading your first post. That harmony thing is quite troublesome, I must say. I'd have to agree on separate partitions/SSDs for the safest and guaranteed experience. But you can always try having them hooked to separate monitors, as stated in the post. Whichever way you go, be sure not to end up wasting money (Though I believe anything of the sort is highly unlikely).
Edited by Mischief-Minion - 3/26/14 at 4:27pm
post #179 of 202
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OP will deliver haha.

Here it is:

My system's tubing is 1/2in. ID x 3/4in. OD

I ordered a pair of each, I cant remember which one I went with as I am looking at the fitting in front of me and the Amazon pictures look oddly different. I want to say it is the one with the shorter thread though.
Anderson Metals Brass Garden Hose Fitting, Connector, 1/2" Barb x 3/4" Male Hose
Anderson Metals Brass Hose Fitting, Connector, 1/2" Barb x 3/4" Male Pipe

Here are two pictures I took of the ones I went with for you to compare:




Here is the filter:
Watts WH-LD Premier Whole House Filter System

Optional Teflon tape:
Ampro A1441 PTFE Seal Tape 1/2-Inch X 260-Inch

Exactly the same grommets:
Gardner Bender GHG-1575 3 Count 3/4-Inch Hole Grommets, 3-Pack

The most awesome invention for 5 gallon buckets:
The Gamma Seal Lid

Hope that helps! thumb.gif

+Rep. Helps a ton!
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