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post #181 of 202
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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).

Naturally the two drivers don't interfere with each other so I am not worried as I could run all three together, plus between 8X and 16X PCIe there is not that much of a speed loss to notice. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by everlast4291987 View Post

sweet build looking forward to seeing how his turns out

Thanks bud! biggrin.gif

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+Rep. Helps a ton!

Glad I can help, let me know if you need more pics or information! smile.gif
post #182 of 202
Hey was thinking about how many frames you'd get on ultra @ 4k, unfortunately this shows lower frames than hopped for dual 780 ti and this would be a perfect time to get g-sync but unfortunately not...
http://www.anandtech.com/show/7492/the-geforce-gtx-780-ti-review/4
so maybe the 1600p is the way to go and possibly anti-aliasing a little down since at high resolutions you'd probably not need it
post #183 of 202
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Hey was thinking about how many frames you'd get on ultra @ 4k, unfortunately this shows lower frames than hopped for dual 780 ti and this would be a perfect time to get g-sync but unfortunately not...
http://www.anandtech.com/show/7492/the-geforce-gtx-780-ti-review/4
so maybe the 1600p is the way to go and possibly anti-aliasing a little down since at high resolutions you'd probably not need it

Haha, look when that was posted. The drivers were not that mature then, look at some of the newer LinusTech, Newegg, TechofTomorrow and other videos out. Optimization is everything in the world of hardware. Plus a normal 780 Ti vs an overclocked 780 Ti is a large difference, I'll let you research overclocking differences for yourself. Now, add in the fact I have a Kingpin classified model as my base and not a basic 780 Ti and then multiply that times two. Then, overclock both of them! Now you are cooking. biggrin.gif You haven't seen the entire picture just yet my friend lol. As drivers mature so does performance. Also, there is a reason we buy specialty cards like the classified series over the normal 780 Ti "superclocked" ones. thumb.gif The Kingpin is a world class card and my water loop will take their overclock to an extremely fast speed while keep the temps well with in the normal range, my Aquero will make sure of that. The card was built with extra VRMs to hold an overclock as if the card wasn't being overclocked in the first place. That among other things is why that card rocks haha. I'll be just fine, especially when you see one normal 780 non-ti was driving Splinter Cell Blacklist on the same 4k monitor we have talked about. wink.gif On top of all of that I don't even game that much man, as I code and design things as an electrical engineering student currently. Plus, with EVGA once the new 800 series drops if it is within the 3 months of my purchase then with their upgrade program; I can get the new cards for free and swap the kingpins in if there is that big of a difference.

P.S. - If you need me to throw all the facts you way I can, but otherwise it's all out there for you to google on your own.
Edited by Unlox - 3/29/14 at 11:23am
post #184 of 202
Did you have problems putting a fitting or barb into the watercooling add-on for the Aquaero 6? I bought one and one of the hole has bad threads and is impossible to put a G1/4 barb in. The other one has no problem.
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post #185 of 202
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Did you have problems putting a fitting or barb into the watercooling add-on for the Aquaero 6? I bought one and one of the hole has bad threads and is impossible to put a G1/4 barb in. The other one has no problem.

No, as mine arrived undamaged and I always back-thread when I screw in anything.

It is possible that one or two things happened in your case:

1.) Yours arrived improperly machined and it was threaded wrong or damaged.

2.) Copper is soft and you did not back-thread and you cut up the machined threads by not being careful when screwing down the fitting.

I have no clue which of the two situations happened in your case, so you may want to inspect your block. thumb.gif
Edited by Unlox - 3/29/14 at 6:54pm
post #186 of 202
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Haha, look when that was posted. The drivers were not that mature then, look at some of the newer LinusTech, Newegg, TechofTomorrow and other videos out. Optimization is everything in the world of hardware. Plus a normal 780 Ti vs an overclocked 780 Ti is a large difference, I'll let you research overclocking differences for yourself. Now, add in the fact I have a Kingpin classified model as my base and not a basic 780 Ti and then multiply that times two. Then, overclock both of them! Now you are cooking. biggrin.gif You haven't seen the entire picture just yet my friend lol. As drivers mature so does performance. Also, there is a reason we buy specialty cards like the classified series over the normal 780 Ti "superclocked" ones. thumb.gif The Kingpin is a world class card and my water loop will take their overclock to an extremely fast speed while keep the temps well with in the normal range, my Aquero will make sure of that. The card was built with extra VRMs to hold an overclock as if the card wasn't being overclocked in the first place. That among other things is why that card rocks haha. I'll be just fine, especially when you see one normal 780 non-ti was driving Splinter Cell Blacklist on the same 4k monitor we have talked about. wink.gif On top of all of that I don't even game that much man, as I code and design things as an electrical engineering student currently. Plus, with EVGA once the new 800 series drops if it is within the 3 months of my purchase then with their upgrade program; I can get the new cards for free and swap the kingpins in if there is that big of a difference.

P.S. - If you need me to throw all the facts you way I can, but otherwise it's all out there for you to google on your own.
Cool dude, 4k is awesome due to the ability to use 1080p stuff.
Did not think about the time it was posted, 4k FTW!!!!! (but god damn those prices for a monitor)
EDIT: Even if you couldn't get games to work @ 4k you could still play them at 1080p biggrin.gif and still have an awesome experience outside of games...
Edited by DaMagicalManiac - 3/29/14 at 11:29pm
post #187 of 202
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Cool dude, 4k is awesome due to the ability to use 1080p stuff.
Did not think about the time it was posted, 4k FTW!!!!! (but god damn those prices for a monitor)

Seriously though, I really like the raw amount of desktop space. This will be perfect for circuit design and anything else that could benefit from a large desktop.
post #188 of 202
It's been about a month since the last update. How's everything holding up?
post #189 of 202
How is the project going?
post #190 of 202
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Originally Posted by Mischief-Minion View Post

It's been about a month since the last update. How's everything holding up?

Going fine, got a few more things, but it has been damn near impossible for me to get my hands on two 780 Ti Kingpins. The recent delay in the 800 series is making everyone upgrade to the latest and greatest 780s.


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How is the project going?


Hey Mr.Yakuza! Like I mentioned before I love your TJ11! I have been busy with military work, but with 780 Ti Kingpins out of stock and the water-blocks in the same situation it has been a waiting game.
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