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post #11 of 35
That is one beautiful WS build you have there!

The heatsinks on the M.2 drive look great, but I wasn't aware they produced much heat...I always seem to overlook the temps of my HDDs probably why my M.2 drive is currently dead lol

Also those Triebwerk fans look beast, may have to look into some more info on them at some point.

Anyway great build man, I hope you enjoy.
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post #12 of 35
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Originally Posted by cainy1991 View Post

That is one beautiful WS build you have there!

The heatsinks on the M.2 drive look great, but I wasn't aware they produced much heat...I always seem to overlook the temps of my HDDs probably why my M.2 drive is currently dead lol

Also those Triebwerk fans look beast, may have to look into some more info on them at some point.

Anyway great build man, I hope you enjoy.

ty sir. Some small things to do, but loving it so far.

It is AMAZING how hot the M.2 PCIe SSD gets...
post #13 of 35
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Originally Posted by YP5 Toronto View Post

I thought about it.

Can you tell if dual Titan X with EK blocks and backplates would fit into a single slot arrangement? If that would fit how much space would be left between the waterblock and the backplate of the second card? With the Aquaero system this is definitely possible, it looks to me that EK blocks are thicker than Aquaero blocks (which however have screws protruding) while the EK backplates are thinner so in the end the fit should be possible too but quite tight (?).
Edited by wirk - 2/13/16 at 3:32am
post #14 of 35
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Can you tell if dual Titan X with EK blocks and backplates would fit into a single slot arrangement? If that would fit how much space would be left between the waterblock and the backplate of the second card? With the Aquaero system this is definitely possible, it looks to me that EK blocks are thicker than Aquaero blocks (which however have screws protruding) while the EK backplates are thinner so in the end the fit should be possible too but quite tight (?).

The backplate is the issue.. I do not believe it would work.
post #15 of 35

10/10 love this build! Remove the stickers on all the badges though ;)

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post #16 of 35
Oh I would love to see some benchmarks with this PC lol. CPU stuff mainly smile.gif
post #17 of 35
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10/10 love this build! Remove the stickers on all the badges though wink.gif

ya..i did and got a few small things done. then work got busy.

I will post some new pics.

Edit: just realized Derickwm complemented my build...made my evening.
Edited by YP5 Toronto - 4/3/16 at 8:13pm
post #18 of 35
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Oh I would love to see some benchmarks with this PC lol. CPU stuff mainly smile.gif

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all i got for now.
post #19 of 35
This is a really awesome build! I'm working on a workstation with a Z10PE-16D WS.

My only knock is how long the thing takes to post. Granted I do have a LSI-9361 in it, but still takes a day and half without it.
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post #20 of 35
Double proc build drool.gif always make me excited, beautifull
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