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[Build Log] - Haswell-E i7 5820k Full loop

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Soo felt like i wanted to upgrade, and what a better time to do so. DDR4 has came to market and so has the Haswell-E so why not! thumb.gif This is my first full custom loop, I previously had a corsair H50 in my system that I modified and had a blast with! Nothing to crazy yet but I feel like this is a solid foundation for me to build off of.

Parts :

Intel i7 5820k
Asus X99 DELUXE
Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2800 (16gb)
NZXT Phantom 630
XSPC Raystorm CPU Block
XSPC 360mm Rad
Swiftech MCP655 Pump
Bitspower 250 Tank-Z Reservoir
Monsoon black compressor fittings
Ice Dragon Pure White Liquid



















Edited by Jneim - 1/15/15 at 10:32am
post #2 of 19
I kinda dont see the point of the 5820, its so severely gimped compared to the 5930 in terms of PCIE lanes.
post #3 of 19
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Originally Posted by nick779 View Post

I kinda dont see the point of the 5820, its so severely gimped compared to the 5930 in terms of PCIE lanes.

It is not all about the pci e lanes.

it's a 6 core affordable cpu better for intensive computational tasks like for myself doing Rhino3D and Solidworks.

Thinking about upgrading with the 5820k from a 3770k for such purposes not gaming.

At OP

Nice WC! Get that GPU underwater!
post #4 of 19
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Originally Posted by Paopawdecarabao View Post

It is not all about the pci e lanes.

it's a 6 core affordable cpu better for intensive computational tasks like for myself doing Rhino3D and Solidworks.

Thinking about upgrading with the 5820k from a 3770k for such purposes not gaming.

At OP

Nice WC! Get that GPU underwater!

This is true
post #5 of 19
thats nice bro, my 5820k is on the way, can't wait either.
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AMD R9 290 (x2) Coming Soon Undicided WD 1TB  Lite On DVD RW 
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Overlord Tempest SE 2560x1440p IOGEAR 850 watt Corsair Sentey Burton 6xxx Series 
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Old school gateway from 6 years ago Nice new Belkin 
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5820k MSI X99S SLI Plus XFX 280X DD G.Skill DDR4 2133 MHz 
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post #6 of 19
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First - The difference is the PCIe lanes and thats it so if you don't plan on doing 3 way SLI/Crossfire your literally wasting your money buying the 5930k. So the 'severely gimped' ends there. Even a 3 way Titan configuration can not run 4k gaming at a solid 60fps so in my mind anything more then 2 way is pointless at this time until GPU's are able to support 4k consistantly. Also the 5820k benches better in gaming then both the other 2 CPUs from a processor perspective not just an assumption, go look at tomshardware benchmarks. So why you would come onto this thread to just bash the selection of a CPU is beyond me...

@paop - Thanks for the response! I know that is the next step GPU & RAM, I was going to grab a 780ti buttt nvidia is going to be releasing the 900 series soon soo want to see their performance and if it isn't worth it, it will at least drop the TI in price a bit, so I'll post some updates as I do more work!
post #7 of 19
Importmant question:

How high does your 5820 overclock?
post #8 of 19
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Haven't OC'ed it yet erase I'll post back up though to see how high I can go.
post #9 of 19
Why did you put all your ram on one side? Is a tube in the way or something?
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I thought it may have been but ended up not being an issue. But no real reason to keep it stacked, guess it would be better for heat to separate them.
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