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post #291 of 1680
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my liquid operating range should be from -10C to 10C, it would be really cool if I could hold a -20C with this system, but I don't think that will happen.
If you get more peltiers in your system you may be able to achive that performance
post #292 of 1680
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If you get more peltiers in your system you may be able to achive that performance

yea, I have thought about it, but 6 more CPU water blocks, 3 more CPU air coolers, 6 more 360mm radiators, and 3 more TEC power supplies.
that might take me awhile to gather all that up, for a upgrade on this rig, maybe next year I could do that. biggrin.gif
post #293 of 1680
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cold side displays installed.
http://imgur.com/a/Wd9Og

post #294 of 1680
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yea, I have thought about it, but 6 more CPU water blocks, 3 more CPU air coolers, 6 more 360mm radiators, and 3 more TEC power supplies.
that might take me awhile to gather all that up, for a upgrade on this rig, maybe next year I could do that. biggrin.gif
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post #295 of 1680
I have to be honest... I haven't been reading posts at all here... Just looking at the pretty pictures eek.gif

I'm loving watching this thing go together... So excited to see what kind of performance all of this hard work brings!
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post #296 of 1680
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I have to be honest... I haven't been reading posts at all here... Just looking at the pretty pictures eek.gif

I'm loving watching this thing go together... So excited to see what kind of performance all of this hard work brings!

thanks,
I was looking at some of the pics you have as well, lots of cool hardware.

as for performance, I really don't know.
but I can say that I need it to be stable enough to play video games, and not just be able to run a benchmark test.
so I really don't know how far I can really push that envelope, but I would like to see the CPU a 3930K running stable at 5Ghz and my GPU's GTX580's running stable at 930Mhz.
that's what I am shooting for anyway.
I would be happy with 4.8Ghz on the CPU, I would be happy with 900Mhz on the GPU's, or even if I can get a little more out of them, i'll be happy with what ever I can get stable.
if I cant play games on it, after clocking it further than it is now, than it's worthless to me. biggrin.gif
post #297 of 1680
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ok so I got the licron crystal today, so I will be starting on the ice chest soon.
post #298 of 1680
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ok, I have had enough of the mess in my office, so I am going to spend the next couple of weeks cleaning it up, so that I can move around and finish the build without tripping over everything.
so the next pic that I will have the system, it will be on top of the table, and the area will be cleaned up totally.
post #299 of 1680
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system stability, what's that, and how do I achieve it?
well first I clock the hardware to the desired clock rate, than I test that clock rate by first running 3DMark, than I would run the intel burn test.
if the system passes both of these without issue, I will format the system and reinstall the OS at the new clock rates for the hardware.
to me, if I cant install the OS with the new clocks rates chosen, than it is not truly stable.
so if the system passes 3DMark and the burn test with the processor at 5Ghz, the video cards at 930Mhz, and the memory will be at 2133Mhz.
it should in theory handle a new install of the OS at those clock rates.
I have done this with all of my systems when I clock them, to me it makes since to do it this way, because the with the OS system being installed at the higher clocks on the hardware, it truly understands the clock rates and will function more stable as a result.

my question is, if there is a better way, I would like to know of it?
thanks.
Edited by toolmaker03 - 3/26/16 at 10:26am
post #300 of 1680
I use mem test in windows running to check for ram oc,
for cpu I use occt or prime 95.

For gpu I perfer testing with games, since I could run kombustor and stress test for gpu, hours but still crash in games
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