Originally Posted by coolhandluke41
Originally Posted by alpenwasser
I know that feeling...
Looking nice though.
Originally Posted by 2slick4u
This build so awesome looking..blows mine to dust
I truly appreciate the compliment!
Originally Posted by Farmer Boe
Gotta say that is a SICK rig! I love the white case with the white lighting and mostly black components. The small components in white add just the right amount to accent it perfectly.
Many thanks for noticing and I am glad you like it!
Originally Posted by derickwm
Thanks, glad to know that you are still looking in.....
Originally Posted by Moparman
Very nice sr2 setup. I just bought mine a short time ago. it has X5680s@4.4ghz an 4 GTX 480s for now. 4 3GB GTX 580s to come.
Thanks, I may buy a second one..........................
Originally Posted by kpforce1
Loving the build!! I really dig that tubing
Sounds like you made out like a bandit on the 780's and x5680's man. I thought I got a good deal for my used x5679's lol. I still can't get over how massive that case is!
. I started my SR-2 build a year ago.... still isn't done lol. Had 4x 480's initially but somehow evolved into Titans
. I love the SR-2 and the challenge it presents with overclocking... not to mention it is one of the most epic boards ever
. I'm just a little biased towards the 1366 platform though
. I'm even rocking an x58 classy setup with 670's for my main rig right now
Me, I am biased too and keep it up!
Oui, long post, but here are a few new pics. The mirrored bottom was a little to glaring, so I placed a piece of transparent blue on top of the mirror............
It shows a little too much blue on the tubing and the blocks.................
However, the blue looks good (at least IMO) over the PCIe slots..............
In the end, to keep a long story short, I diffused the blue with some opaque white..............
I still have to add another VC and I am debating between adding a new 780 or going with three AMD 290X's. I love the new Aqua AMD H20 blocks and maybe I will give Team Red a shot....Who knows?
Once again, thanks for the feedback and comments!