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maybe is he is at 8.5Ghz on the 4770. sonic.gif

Correct me if I'm wrong, but he's cooling a gtx 660 isn't he? So how does a 4770k come into this?
post #102 of 318
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Originally Posted by iCrap View Post

This build is so badass.

Makes me want to do something similar.

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Am excited, will it even cool it that much better? Or is it just to show off how badass it is? thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by TheOCNoob View Post

maybe is he is at 8.5Ghz on the 4770. sonic.gif

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Originally Posted by ThatOneNewGuy View Post

Correct me if I'm wrong, but he's cooling a gtx 660 isn't he? So how does a 4770k come into this?

Thanks Guys! Hopefully my PSU, and UV wires come today. Im still looking for a 4770K though..... rolleyes.gif
post #103 of 318
Some serious craziness is going in here thumbsupsmiley.png
post #104 of 318
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Originally Posted by Dangur View Post

Some serious craziness is going in here thumbsupsmiley.png

Thanks! biggrin.gif

Just Picked up a i7 4770K on Ebay for $314.00 New with free shipping, if the seller ships Friday it will get here hopefully by Wednesday of next week.... rolleyes.gif

Im thinking about changing my loop but its kind of hard to decide, normally I would just use my test tubes and try out the differant configurations until I get the best temps with stress tests but I dont have a CPU Yet! Anyway I was thinking about running the loop threw the GPUs then threw the Fitst RAD then to threw the CPU then to the Second RAD and return to the RES. That setup would give me more flow and hopefully even lower temps but its hard to say without testing first..... thinking.gif
post #105 of 318
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Originally Posted by ThatOneNewGuy View Post

Correct me if I'm wrong, but he's cooling a gtx 660 isn't he? So how does a 4770k come into this?

thought that was a mosfet block >.< didn't really pay attention.
post #106 of 318
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Originally Posted by TheOCNoob View Post

thought that was a mosfet block >.< didn't really pay attention.

Hahaha neither was I, I forgot a 4770k was being used in this build. So I assumed you just thought of a random CPU. Sigh, I suppose that's what happens when you get on OCN first thing on the morning... thumb.gif
post #107 of 318
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Originally Posted by TheOCNoob View Post

thought that was a mosfet block >.< didn't really pay attention.

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Hahaha neither was I, I forgot a 4770k was being used in this build. So I assumed you just thought of a random CPU. Sigh, I suppose that's what happens when you get on OCN first thing on the morning... thumb.gif

Lol, I have been full zombie posting on OCN at least a hundred times lol. I work a lot so when I come home I spend time with the family and I have to stay up all night if I want to work won my build lol. More updates coming soon. Hopefully the UV Wire Spool and PSU will come in the mail today(Checking in 2 hours) so that I can have everything done by the time the CPU Gets here next week.

This is what I have left:

-Extend, Sleeve and wire a Power BTN/HHD LED/ RST BTN header
-Mount both Wire blocks and distribute wiring
-Wire Up switch Panel
-Install LED Controller inside desk and mount IR Sensor
-Velcro and mount LED Controller Remote
-Mount UV LED Strip under motherboard
-Mount UV Cold cathodes Under Desk
-Mount Accent Green LED Spot Lights Behind Monitor 5(Pointing at MOBO)
-Install Green LEDs in EK CQ Block adapter above SLI GPU #1
-Run Green LEDs for placement on 2nd SLI GPU when I finally get a block..
-Fabricate Backplate for both SLI GPUs out of the 1/8" UV Green acrylic
-Mount and install UV Spot Light with Switch
-Fabricate both PSU Backplates
-organize Desk wiring
-Install Standard Plug AC Socket Plug Header for main cable(Powers Both PSUs)
-Mount Ambien temperature/Humidity Sensor
-Mount Velcro for placeable temperature probe
-Run Common Ground
-Wire Voltage Meters
-Fabricate LCD Bezels, cover and back
-Mount 20" LCD
-Create Speaker Mounts Above and Behind Screens
-Install USB 3.0 Header
-Fabricate IO/GPU Port Acrylic Plate


Stuff I still need to Order:

-last GPU Block(For #2 SLI GPU)
-Replacement Green LED voltammeter
-Micro GPU VRAM and VRM Blocks
-1/4" Tubing for VRAM/VRM Blocks
-Additional SSD Storage
-One or Two Replacement Gateway FPD1765 monitors(I put lines in two of them)
post #108 of 318
Sweet ! My black and green bitfenix alchemy cables came in today waiting for my h440 will be here tomorrow.

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post #109 of 318
Just a question, how are you putting your GPU in with all those tubes, Are you going to use a PCI extension cable and have the GPU else where? Or are the tubes that small you can have SLI with the tubes in place? Am confused, enlighten me please. redface.gif

Also are you making the little baby waterblocks or can you buy them somewhere? Never seen anything like it before. blinksmiley.gif
post #110 of 318
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Originally Posted by ThatOneNewGuy View Post

Just a question, how are you putting your GPU in with all those tubes, Are you going to use a PCI extension cable and have the GPU else where? Or are the tubes that small you can have SLI with the tubes in place? Am confused, enlighten me please. redface.gif

Also are you making the little baby waterblocks or can you buy them somewhere? Never seen anything like it before. blinksmiley.gif

Take a closer look. There is three GPUs all EVGA GTX 660 Short Card versions. I'm using EK universal blocks on them with EK bridge adapters. One of the cards I don't have a block for yet. If your talking about the VRAM/VRM copper blocks that were shown earlier they are made by Koolance and they are really small. The come in 90 degree and 45 degree barb versions and there only 1/4" so fitting that in a two slot spacing is pretty easy...
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