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Originally Posted by Dschijn View Post

What is under the card? Sth like a bracket to stabilize it?

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Originally Posted by FLuffykilled View Post

Yup, made from aluminium. Keeps that card dead straight and good for strength.

Im really oc, i can stand the card drooping due to its size and weight.

Mnpctech is the place.


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Can you post more photos of this great setup? smile.gif Maybe with those LED strips OFF? Let's fill the OCN gallery with this awesomeness smile.gif
    
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On predator arrived without screws to mount my rad. .

I have these extra from my enthoo pro case, I wonder if they will fit

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I seen several customs loops that appear to be just soft tubing, I saw in the manual acrylic isn't recommended because the possibility of expansion and leaks?
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Amazing build mate! smile.gif

I am getting a Nano S and Predator 240 as well to cool my mITX sistem (6700k, Z170i pro gaming, GTX 970 SSC) so may I ask you what your temps are like?

At what rpm do your fans spin when gaming? Is the gpu suffering from hotter intake air?

Sorry for all the questions and thanks in advance!

Thank you smile.gif

I have the stock Vardar fans on the Predator and they spin up to about 1500 RPM under heavy gaming load (prolonged GTA V and other CPU-intensive things). To be honest, my rig is not exactly silent but since I'm a headphone gamer it doesn't bother me.

The GPU does suffer a little bit from the close proximity to the PSU since one of the two fans is pretty much covered. As you can see there is some space between the PSU and GPU but since there is no real air circulation in that spot it's not optimal. If I were you, I would consider an SFX PSU with an ATX converter bracket. The temps are steady and don't spike, they're just 5-10 degrees C higher than the same setup in a midtower. Since they are well inside my comfort range, especially for my clocks, I'm not going to swap out my PSU for a smaller one, but if I were doing the entire build all over again I might.

To tell you the truth I kind of like how it looks with all components stacked close to each other, so maybe I actually wouldn't have picked a smaller PSU on second thought smile.gif
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Thank you smile.gif

I have the stock Vardar fans on the Predator and they spin up to about 1500 RPM under heavy gaming load (prolonged GTA V and other CPU-intensive things). To be honest, my rig is not exactly silent but since I'm a headphone gamer it doesn't bother me.

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To tell you the truth I kind of like how it looks with all components stacked close to each other, so maybe I actually wouldn't have picked a smaller PSU on second thought smile.gif

Thanks for the clear answer smile.gif

Your build looks extremely neat and since I seldom game (I use my pc more for calculations and work) gpu temps will not be a huge issue. Still, I'd love if you could send me (in pm if you prefer) the temps you usually achieve while gaming both on cpu and gpu (and Vardar fan speed).

Thanks again!
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How do you like the Corsair ML PRO fans so far? Besides the LEDs, how quiet and good are they?
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Thanks for the clear answer smile.gif

Your build looks extremely neat and since I seldom game (I use my pc more for calculations and work) gpu temps will not be a huge issue. Still, I'd love if you could send me (in pm if you prefer) the temps you usually achieve while gaming both on cpu and gpu (and Vardar fan speed).

Thanks again!

I added some old photos of the build in progress and with a tower cooler and only one SSD and so on, in the album linked in my sig if you're interested. I can run some games, Adobe Media Encoder and ffmpeg tests and some 3DS Max rendering and export while monitoring temps if you like, here is a pretty recent (1-2 weeks ago) Fire Strike result:



Ignore the wacky fan RPM readings off the motherboard, I haven't figured out how to interface with that for my OSD properly yet. As you can see, temps are high but acceptable for a synthetic benchmark. Check the Min and Max, not Current, since I'm sure I took the screenshot a few minutes after actually completing Fire Strike.

Right now I'm clocking in at 5 GHz instead of 4.8 on the CPU and slightly higher memory clocks on the graphics card, which means a couple of degrees higher, but you get the idea. Again, the RPM readings are all funky, but CPU and GPU core temps are accurate. Plus, this was a pretty hot day if I remember correctly smile.gif
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I added some old photos of the build in progress and with a tower cooler and only one SSD and so on, in the album linked in my sig if you're interested. I can run some games, Adobe Media Encoder and ffmpeg tests and some 3DS Max rendering and export while monitoring temps if you like, here is a pretty recent (1-2 weeks ago) Fire Strike result:



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Right now I'm clocking in at 5 GHz instead of 4.8 on the CPU and slightly higher memory clocks on the graphics card, which means a couple of degrees higher, but you get the idea. Again, the RPM readings are all funky, but CPU and GPU core temps are accurate. Plus, this was a pretty hot day if I remember correctly smile.gif

Omg your cpu is insane!! 4800mhz with only 1.235V? I'm gonna steal it from you tongue.gif

Anyways, thanks for the info! Much appreciated!
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I added some old photos of the build in progress and with a tower cooler and only one SSD and so on, in the album linked in my sig if you're interested. I can run some games, Adobe Media Encoder and ffmpeg tests and some 3DS Max rendering and export while monitoring temps if you like, here is a pretty recent (1-2 weeks ago) Fire Strike result:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Ignore the wacky fan RPM readings off the motherboard, I haven't figured out how to interface with that for my OSD properly yet. As you can see, temps are high but acceptable for a synthetic benchmark. Check the Min and Max, not Current, since I'm sure I took the screenshot a few minutes after actually completing Fire Strike.

Right now I'm clocking in at 5 GHz instead of 4.8 on the CPU and slightly higher memory clocks on the graphics card, which means a couple of degrees higher, but you get the idea. Again, the RPM readings are all funky, but CPU and GPU core temps are accurate. Plus, this was a pretty hot day if I remember correctly smile.gif

I must be blind or missing something here. I do not see where on the screenshot you posted that it says you are hitting 5 ghz or even 4.8 ghz. In fact that screenshot shows your CPU at 1600.38 mhz (1.6ghz).
EDIT: I see on some kind of overlay on the side where it says your max is 4.8ghz but why not post a screen shot of your system running at 4.8ghz?
Edited by Madmaxneo - 7/23/16 at 8:06am
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