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[Build Log] IN WIN S-Frame Limited Edition, Water Cooled, 3-Way SLI GTX 980 Poseidons, Rampage V

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Finally after some ******* around everything has been shipped, so excited that my but-hole is contracting.




Edited by Jaikose - 1/8/15 at 1:17am
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Edited by Jaikose - 1/8/15 at 1:18am
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Can't wait to see the complete build!!!thumb.gifthumb.gif

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Edited by danfist - 1/12/15 at 2:15pm
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Most likely gonna get this case, but watercooling 2 GPUs and a CPU on a 360 rad is what I'm not sure about. Will you post temps when it's done?

Good luck!
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This is where I'm at so far, all my gear arrived yesterday. Really struggling with bending the hard tubing in a nice pattern, need some decent amount of time to get it right. Working 13 hour night shifts but 7 days off coming up soon, will make something decent then.








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Most likely gonna get this case, but watercooling 2 GPUs and a CPU on a 360 rad is what I'm not sure about. Will you post temps when it's done?

Good luck!

I was going to just water cool the CPU to start with, but after seeing the graphics cards hooked up they actually allign perfectly with the CPU, so might order some more stuff to put them in the loop also. Will post temps with overclocking results yep.
Edited by Jaikose - 1/13/15 at 4:27am
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When I first saw this case on newegg I was quite put off by it, however after seeing your build I think it's looks pretty neat. Great job putting this together so far, I love it. thumb.gif
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Would be cool to see some sort of custom fabricated bracket to mount another 360/420 rad onto the case somewhere, either way, that's some serious gear going into this build, the one thing that I don't quite like is the choice of waterblock, but each to their own, look forward to seeing how this comes together! thumb.gif
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When I first saw this case on newegg I was quite put off by it, however after seeing your build I think it's looks pretty neat. Great job putting this together so far, I love it. thumb.gif

Thanks man!
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Would be cool to see some sort of custom fabricated bracket to mount another 360/420 rad onto the case somewhere, either way, that's some serious gear going into this build, the one thing that I don't quite like is the choice of waterblock, but each to their own, look forward to seeing how this comes together! thumb.gif

Yeah I have a PCI-e hard drive next to the graphics cards which you can't quite see, so I could potentially get rid of the hard drive slots on the right and mount something vertically.

Really interested to see the temps of everything with the graphics cards having that hybrid water and air cooling. Going to order some more fittings to add them to the loop now.
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That is a pretty good idea, I was looking at that area, or somehow attaching a bracket to hold the rad above the mobo (though that would probably be inconvenient for plugging the peripherals in).
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