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post #111 of 140
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Benchmark results with the system highly overclocked (all benchs were made with 1080p and, for valley and heaven, all presets to ultra/extreme):




I lost the saved results for Heaven and Valley benchmarks, but i have the log of the heaven:


This was the results for the Valley benchmark:

~FPS: 67,1fps
Score: 2883 points
post #112 of 140
The performance is really great. thumb.gif

How is the noise during normal use?
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PNY XLr8 240GB SSD 2 x 3tb Segate 7200rpm  Swiftech H220-X Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 280mm  
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3 x Noctua NF-A14 PWM 3 x Noctua NF-F12 PWM Monsoon Compression fittings Monsoon 90 Rotary fittings 
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post #113 of 140
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Originally Posted by bishop161 View Post

The performance is really great. thumb.gif

How is the noise during normal use?

From the couch is inaudible (about 2 meters from the case).
At 1 meter away, is audible, but quiet.
post #114 of 140
What did you manage to OC that beast to?
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What did you manage to OC that beast to?

For the CPU, i tweak it in the UEFI bios, set to 4.8ghz 1.37v 100% stable, bclk 100.
For the GPU, After Burner, +190mhz core/ +400mhz memory/ +20mv voltage, 110% power limit (max with stock bios, still haven't the guts to install a custom bios).
Memory RAM i used XMP.
post #116 of 140
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To complete this build, and finish this build log, i'll wait for the Avexir ram memorys to arrive (next couple weeks maybe).
They'll give a nice look to this casemod/build log.
And then, i'll take some good pictures with a decent camera.
post #117 of 140
Looks great. Any chance you'll be able to take some higher quality pics of the finished build? I'm about to start my Core V1 build soon and plan on doing the same orientation as you with the motherboard in an upside down config.
   
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post #118 of 140
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Originally Posted by Eggroll40k View Post

Looks great. Any chance you'll be able to take some higher quality pics of the finished build? I'm about to start my Core V1 build soon and plan on doing the same orientation as you with the motherboard in an upside down config.

Yes, that's exactly what i'm going to do.
I was going to wait for the avexir blue led ram AND a new blue temp sensor for the front mesh panel (the other one stopped working), but i'll take some higher quality pictures today and post it here.
I also reserved the second post of this thread for the final pics.
Edited by svictorcc - 5/6/15 at 4:39pm
post #119 of 140
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As promissed (i'm not a photo professional tongue.gif ). I used a "placebo" for the missing blue temp sensor:













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Youtube Video:

Edited by svictorcc - 5/7/15 at 9:45am
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