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[OPEN Build Log] Project <Lucky Seven> Wet SLI 780ti's 4770k in a 760T

Poll Results: Sleeving Color?

 
  • 42% (8)
    White/Red/Red/White
  • 31% (6)
    Black/Red/Red/Black
  • 26% (5)
    Grey/Red/Red/Grey
19 Total Votes  
post #1 of 113
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CHECK OUT MY CORSAIR PC DOMINATION ENTRY biggrin.gif

Hey everybody, welcome to the Seven Sexy build log page!
Reason i named it a Open Build log is primarily i will be updating it quite frequently, and i am looking for constructive ideas towards the build, for both form and function, i've assembled the main parts list below, and i'm open to all suggestions, whoever can pitch in and help towards the final product will greatly be appreciated, thank you guys !

**Added stuff to the parts list, things with a * are new parts, and slashed are placed aside for a different build (return policy expired before the case even got to me tongue.gif)


Plans
Milled Acrylic PSU Shroud
Milled Internal ODD Rack Covered
Milled Front Bezel to flush mount the ODD's and Fan Controller

Components
Case Corsair 760T Arctic White
CPU Intel i7 4770k
Mobo ASUS Maximus VI Formula
Ram 32gb Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133mhz
GPU SLI EVGA Nvidia Geforce GTX 780 ti Superclocked Reference
PSU AX860 *AX1200i
ODD Either Slim slot Silverstone Blu-Ray or 5.25 Asus Blu-ray (depends on how the faceplate of the ODD's look)
Sound Card Sound Blaster Z
Monitor ASUS PB278Q *Samsung 4K 3840 x 2160 UD590D
Storage Samsung 840 Series PRO and EVO SSD's 2024MB Total

Cooling
CPU Block EK Supremacy CSQ Nickel
GPU Blocks EK FC-780 GTX Ti CSQ Nickel
Chipset and Southbridge EK-FB KIT ASUS M6F - Nickel
Pumps 2x Swiftech MCP655 *1x Swiftech MCP655
Pump Top Bitspower G 1/4 Thread Dual D5 Mod Top *EK Acrylic CSQ Plexi D5 Top w/ Pump Cover
Reservoir EK X-Res 250 w/ Multi Port Top Black POM
Fittings Assorted Bitspower Matte Black 3/8ID 5/8OD Rotary Compression fittings 30/45/90 Degree, Ball Valves, BP Bulkhead Fillport and Drain Ports *Bitspower Multi Link C47 Rigid Acrylic Fittings, Bitspower Temp Probe
Tubing Primochill Clear Advanced LRT 3/8ID 5/8OD , *10mm/12mm E22 Rigid Acrylic Extruded Tubing
Radiators Black Ice Stealth GT 120, Black Ice Stealth GT 240, Black Ice Xtreme 120, Black Ice 280 *Alphacool NeXXoS ST30 120/240/360 and XT45 240 (depends on my space, have both in hand)
FansCorsair SP120 High Performance 120mm's 2650RPM and Noiseblocker Silent Pro 140mm's 1950RPM *Corsair AF120 High Performance/ Corsair LED AF140
Temperature SensorThermal Star LCD White on Black/*Lamptron CW611 w/ Bitspower Temp Probe and Koolance Temp pass through

Others
Corsair Dominator Platinum Light bar kits
Logisys Cold Cathode Light bars/LED Strips (depending on how they end up looking with the massive window) *Darkside Dimmables/Lian Li 530cm LED Strips
Bitspower X-Power LED Board
NZXT Sentry Mix 2 ( Also depending on how the front bays look) *Lamptron CW611


Issues and Comments
I need a few peoples opinions on whether i should go single or dual loop with this build, primarily for the flow and temperature. I have 2 EK D5 X-Res's if i were to go dual, and several D5 pumps laying around if need be for the build, but if the radiator's will suffice for a single i'd prefer that just for the cleanliness of it.

***changed name of the build to Lucky Seven due to name concerns***


Almost finished Pics Warning: Spoiler! PICS INSIDE (Click to show)






Edited by Jeronbernal - 5/31/14 at 11:12pm
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post #2 of 113
Wow, can't wait for this! SUBBED!
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ahh, thank you, biggrin.gif Here's a update of the motherboard, i installed the chipset and southbridge waterblocks, i'm considering a ram waterblock, purely for aesthetics, but it would need me to switch ram completely, due to the fact the corsair dominator platinum's heatsinks and LED will block any chance of a waterblock :/ if anyone hasn't seen the 760T it's this case right here aswell~

Chipset/SB EK Waterblocks (EK FB ASUS M6F)



and the case










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Did some sleeving today, got some more things in from FrozenCPU, and unpacked some of the fittings, im between grey/white sleeving, or red straight sleeving.... and whether i should sew the sleeving or not hmmm~

Some of the order, among are a BitsP 250 Res, EK Res, Black Ice SR1 280 Radiator, Boatloads of Mayhems, Bitspower LED X Station to power the LED's, EK Uni mount, Bitspower Res 140/120 Mount


Some more stuff just waiting to get put in or put together tongue.gif

3/8ID 5//8OD Bitspower Rotary Compression, Quick Disconnects etc etc. the rest of them are still at the bottom of the box :/ (the picture looks pretty bad, they look torn up, but they're not really~

Bridge & Link system for the SLI GTX 780 TI's, and another bridge and link for my bitcoin bitfenix build :3

some Sleeving work done, alongside the In line temp sensor i plan to have framed with acrylic in the case along with the reservoir possibly, might add a second for in rad and out rad, but to be honest i think just knowing the overall temp. when settled is the most important~



Anyways, that's that! see you tomorrow Build Log and my first subber tongue.gif
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post #5 of 113
Well it's nice and cosy with just the two of us, I hope this log goes well, what games are you planning on playing?
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Lately I've been playing titanfall, but I'm use to playing mmorpg's, so I might look around for a good one, any idea?
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Well the Elder Scrolls beta has finished (a family member was in it) , so I would recommend that, it seems amazing and the massively large scale scale really suits the setting, you could try Guild Wars 2 but some say that it is a very disappointing game, Although the one game I'm looking forward to playing, when I build my own pc, is DayZ. Have fun with the build smile.gif
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ahh, DayZ, i played a little bit of it, is it still in beta? Elderscrolls online is pretty good, i applied for the beta, but when i finally got to play, so many things were going in the household it kinda caused me to put a pause on gaming :/

anyways, heres another small update tongue.gif

bought a new power supply, Corsair AX1200i, to get ready for my tri SLI GTX 780 ti, i was previously only going to do dual, but now that i have so much spare time to wait for this case, i've decided to go tri sli, but that is causing me to choose a different power supply because my ax860 won't be able to push that + all the extras :3

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Newegg just sent a e-mail, was in packaging phase yesterday, so hopefully it was sent out friday, or coming monday, also ordered some new parts aswell!~

Switched to all alphacool radiators, to Maximus VI Extreme board, with full board EK waterblock, and a couple other things, and bought a lamptron CW611

going to start wet sanding my waterblocks to make em' crystal clear aswell

also another delid attempt gone awry. ~_~





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A little new upgrade to the parts list biggrin.gif and another pic of the sleeving biggrin.gif man ridiculous i tell you... beauty is quite time consuming. but atleast i wont have to do it again anytime soon, unless corsair switches around their pin diagram for whatever PSU comes next. i heard the AX1500i is 80 Plus Titanium. but i dont think i need anywhere to that close. unless i go quad SLI ~_~ lol and even then id still have headroom i believe, i was able to push 2x 780 ti's OC'd and 4770k OC'd on 860watts.


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