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hey man i am mega man, i have to charge myself at night you know ;¬Þ

 

lol :)

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Yay another club I can join! I just got my EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2!!




(As a note, I'm working on a full pin-out of it for the repository as I've got to remake all the cables.)
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Yay another club I can join! I just got my EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2!!




(As a note, I'm working on a full pin-out of it for the repository as I've got to remake all the cables.)

Awesome, let me know how you make out. I am making some cables. The ones it came with are full of those little capacitors. The value for the capacitors is calculated based on the cable length so when you shorten it it might have an effect on the feedback to the regulator but I dunno, just parroting what I read. So far I just did the SATA.
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It depends on more than just the chipset and CPU. In fact, I'd say that the chipset doesn't even matter. What matters more is the CPU, so which CPU do you want? Will you be overclocking it? If you will be overclocking it, then how high will you try to overclock it? A more important thing to consider is what you will have for a video card, or what you'll have for video cards (and how many). Even more important than that is whether you will be overclocking it/them. If so, then how high?


So, having said what I said above, do you have any plans to overclock anything at all? Your CPU? If so, then how high? Your 980 Ti's (when you get the 2nd one)? If so, then how will you be overclocking them? Will you try to go as high as possible with big voltage increases that are higher than programs like MSI Afterburner allows for? Or, will you overclock just high enough that requires maybe a small voltage increase in programs like MSI Afterburner?

(I'm talking about overclocking above and beyond the factory overclock - I realize that they are factory overclocked, but their overclock isn't high enough to worry about in terms of power consumption)

Appologies for replying this late, busy busy busy!

Yes, I will definitly be overclocking the CPU till I reach a stable, about ~80% of max overclock. Some reach 4,0, some 4,2 and other even 4,6. It'll all depend on the silicon lottery I guess. After a lot of thinking I've almost certainly decided to go with the X99 as it holds more potential and for me is more bang for my buck. Even after a year, maybe 2, I'll still be able to upgrade to the extreme version. I've ran x58 for six years and bought x58 after a year since it's release and I plan to do the same with X99.

The videocard will definitly be the ASUS STRIX 980 TI. I've been looking to get the EVGA 980 Ti SuperClocked+ ACX 2.0+ but the STRIX holds more potential. I know for a fact that EVGA's customer service and RMA are godly but I'm willing to take the "risk". I'm not really into overclocking the GPU but a stable 110-115% overclock should be doable, right? To answer your question, small overclocking on behalf of the GPU, little or no voltage increases there.
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post #1865 of 3909
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Awesome, let me know how you make out. I am making some cables. The ones it came with are full of those little capacitors. The value for the capacitors is calculated based on the cable length so when you shorten it it might have an effect on the feedback to the regulator but I dunno, just parroting what I read. So far I just did the SATA.

Can do, so far I've got the 24-pin MB cable unsleeved from stock and sorted for my particular build (totally flat cabling) and there's 3 caps on that one, they put them on the motherboard side, the PSU side has 32 wires spanned over an 18pin and 10pin connectors so it's pretty complicated. I'm making a detailed chart for the pin out so folks will know where the caps are routed and such if anyone wanted to make their own replacement cable w/the caps and not rip apart/destroy/void their warranty with the stock cable heh

post #1866 of 3909
Just installed my 750 G2 and waw... it's so quiet ! No more screaming coils when playing or benchmarking !

Now I definitely need to replace the two stock fans still in my case, cause I can clearly hear them now tongue.gif
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Appologies for replying this late, busy busy busy!

Yes, I will definitly be overclocking the CPU till I reach a stable, about ~80% of max overclock. Some reach 4,0, some 4,2 and other even 4,6. It'll all depend on the silicon lottery I guess. After a lot of thinking I've almost certainly decided to go with the X99 as it holds more potential and for me is more bang for my buck. Even after a year, maybe 2, I'll still be able to upgrade to the extreme version. I've ran x58 for six years and bought x58 after a year since it's release and I plan to do the same with X99.

The videocard will definitly be the ASUS STRIX 980 TI. I've been looking to get the EVGA 980 Ti SuperClocked+ ACX 2.0+ but the STRIX holds more potential. I know for a fact that EVGA's customer service and RMA are godly but I'm willing to take the "risk". I'm not really into overclocking the GPU but a stable 110-115% overclock should be doable, right? To answer your question, small overclocking on behalf of the GPU, little or no voltage increases there.

 

Do you know which CPU exactly you'll have?

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Do you know which CPU exactly you'll have?

Thought I posted that... sorry! 5820K
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i'll just leave these here . .

http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/luke-hill/intel-core-i7-5820k-haswell-e-6-core-cpu-review/8/


http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.php/reviews/hardware/cpu/32409-haswell-e-test-intel-core-i7-5960x.html?start=7

if someone can help find what site the last one is from (posted that long ago and forgot) that would be great. smile.gif

thanks and +rep maintenance bot!
Edited by looniam - 10/23/15 at 3:21am
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i'll just leave these here . .

http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/luke-hill/intel-core-i7-5820k-haswell-e-6-core-cpu-review/8/



if someone can help find what site the last one is from (posted that long ago and forgot) that would be great. smile.gif

Thanks for that chief, very enlightening.
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