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post #71 of 82
Four Titans? Setting them up for folding is pretty much easy once you go through that guide that was posted already. Once you get up and running, make sure to set your client-type flag to beta, get the OCN Passkeys so your efforts is logged here, and you should easily get 700,000 points every 24 hours once you are folding WU17's.
post #72 of 82
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Four Titans? Setting them up for folding is pretty much easy once you go through that guide that was posted already. Once you get up and running, make sure to set your client-type flag to beta, get the OCN Passkeys so your efforts is logged here, and you should easily get 700,000 points every 24 hours once you are folding WU17's.

How do I go about getting the OCN passkeys? If they're already in the tutorial that was posted on here I will check that out then, but I have not been able to check it out as of yet....
post #73 of 82
No worries, and sorry for the delay, but check this: http://www.overclock.net/t/1164344/apply-for-your-ocn-folding-postbit-here

It will tell you how to get your OCN postbit, and shortly after you do it, one of the folding mods willget with you, probably Anubis.
post #74 of 82
*Edit* N/m but would still be cool to see more pics of the finished result!
Edited by LunaP - 12/10/13 at 9:19pm
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post #75 of 82
It looks money...
post #76 of 82
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Thank you..... It has been an interesting ride to say the least. I couldn't ask for a better computer/setup!
post #77 of 82
Have you had any issues with the radiators facing each other? I am considering an STH10 build and want to place two 120.4 rads facing each other like you do in the bottom chamber. This saves me money from dedicating an entire chamber to a single 120.4 rad and needing to buy a pedestal. Just wanted to know how the airflow ect has been working out for you in that config and if you lose a lot of cooling performance.
post #78 of 82
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Nope...no issues at all. My temps, or anything otherwise for that matter has had any side effects of my placement of the rads. My cooling does not suffer at all. My temps under serious load have never gone over 41c on any of my GPU's. That is gaming for many hours consecutively. Temps are usually around 27c idle after it is on for a hot minute, but first start up is around 21-22c. Even when it is nice and hot outside like it is now everything is nice and frosty. This build has been a true dream come true.

Just had a set of RAM fail on me....no biggie as I've had many brands over the years fail, so I do not blame GSkill for what it is.....RMA time. Now I've got 32gb @ 2400mhz........ Boo hoo right...? HA!

I hope I have answered your question for you. The case in mind is a magnificent piece of art. My one piece of advice is make sure you are %1000 positive on how the case "placement/layout" is exactly to your liking. I bought mine at my rental and now I've bought a house, my layout in my basement is opposite of what my PC is setup for.....IE: the window side would be blocked by the wall closest to my home theater and is why I have not hooked it up to that side of the house. Maybe one day I'll spend more money on a much longer HDMI cable.
post #79 of 82
Thanks for the info! in My case I will just be cooling a single cpu and gpu with two 120.4 rads with fans in push pull blowing air at each other in the bottom of the case like yours. Given that you can get 41C on yours although you have more rads over all in your case I feel that this setup should work just fine as even if I add more WC blocks for more cards ect in the future I can still hit my target temps of 45C with this configuration which is what I really care about. I plan to transition my current computer to this case and then upgrade the m/b cpu ram ect when cannonlake-e comes out. What I like about this case is that I can use QDs to make it to every section can be easily removed for repair and testing hell remove two QDs and some power connectors and I can take the entire motherboard with everything out of the case for upgrades/repair. The extra space in this case will easily fit my 20+ HDDs to hold me over until they get moved out and kept with the original motherboard/cpu/raid card to use as a file server once cannonlake-e hits.

Well it was looking good until I saw this: http://www.caselabs-store.com/hdd-side-mount-single-wide-magnum/

Not sure why it can not work up top but there goes my build doh.gif
Edited by zeroibis - 7/7/16 at 5:40am
post #80 of 82
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Som'*****.....!!? Why the hell wouldn't it work..!? No different than the mounts for the RAD's as there has to be the same holes for mounting between the two.
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