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Did you know that "Klevv" means "definitely subbed" in Norsk? biggrin.gif

Nice.

I'm looking forward to more updates. I'm not sure if p0Pe is waiting on them...or if he is too busy with preparation for R40 and R80 cases to be back in stock tongue.gif
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That ram is so sexy. Don't think they have an North American presence.

Yeah, they are quite hard to find, which is sad since they are really good looking products! I am excited to see how the performance is.
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holy that ram is sexy. might have to look into getting that my next build!

I can tell you that the build quality seems solid! smile.gif
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The Cras looks great! I wasn't aware Klevv released an SSD! Looks so good, you've sparked a new want/need for me. Good thing I haven't purchased the SSD's for my R40 build yet! biggrin.gif. Great updates p0Pe!

Thanks Luxelbc!
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Did you know that "Klevv" means "definitely subbed" in Norsk? biggrin.gif

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Nice.

I'm looking forward to more updates. I'm not sure if p0Pe is waiting on them...or if he is too busy with preparation for R40 and R80 cases to be back in stock tongue.gif

I am actually busy with a bit of everything, but I will post more tonight! I bought a HTC Vive that arrived yesterday, so I will also have to give that a try!
post #33 of 73
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Yeah, they are quite hard to find, which is sad since they are really good looking products! I am excited to see how the performance is.
I can tell you that the build quality seems solid! smile.gif
Thanks Luxelbc!
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I am actually busy with a bit of everything, but I will post more tonight! I bought a HTC Vive that arrived yesterday, so I will also have to give that a try!

Great job on the case design!

So I though of something kinda out of the box for this case, why not have the back be the top and the top and bottoms now be the front and back, then remove the covers and on the outside put the radiators.

I think that would look super cool!
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Great job on the case design!

So I though of something kinda out of the box for this case, why not have the back be the top and the top and bottoms now be the front and back, then remove the covers and on the outside put the radiators.

I think that would look super cool!

That is a possibility yes. You can even just mount some feets in the M8 holes. I challenge you:D

Update time! Lets get some cables on the table(s)!

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Obviously the four Titan X's is going to draw a bit of power, so a 1500W PSU.

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I have estimated that each GPU will use around 280W with overclock on them, so that is 1120W, leaving 380 for the rest of the system, which should be plenty.

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This thing is BIG!

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Nothing the case can't handle though. With this setup, the pumps gets quite close to the PSU, but with more "normal" setups, there will be plenty of space.

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Sleeving time! I am reusing the concept of the 180 degree cable combs I used in the engineering station, but this time with quad power!

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General color scheme!

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Just for fun, showing how I took the previous picture.

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24 pin mounted. I will put a 180 degree cable comb on this as well.

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And with everything mounted on the motherboard.

More coming soon!
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subbed, wow 4 way sli lol
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Beautiful sleeving work.
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post #38 of 73
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subbed, wow 4 way sli lol

Overkill is underrated:D
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Beautiful sleeving work.

Thanks man!

I threw the hardware together yesterday to test out the system, but am having a bit of problems that I think is driver/software related.

Whenever I enable SLI, I am getting "out of range" on my monitor when I boot up, or start a full screen game. Unplugging, and plugging the monitor in again solves this, but with the newest nvidia driver, every time I run something full screen the monitor just goes blank, and I have to turn the power button to get the system to shut down.

I tried:
Dissabling secure boot and enable CSM in bios
Updated bios to newest version
Testing all cards individual, all works fine under furmark

I am currently back on 361.91 driver which seems to be working ok.

I have disabled vertical sync in nvidia control panel, but am not sure if this is what did the trick.

I did a single run in firestrike with everything on stock though. I really need to overclock that cpu!

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11637489?

I will troubleshoot it some more today. Meanwhile, check out how I routed the 24 pin cable:D

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Edited by p0Pe - 4/14/16 at 5:07am
post #39 of 73
yeah the latest NV driver (364.72) has had some major issues. I know that people throw a lot of crap at nv for making drivers that aren't absolutely amazing, but this one has had widespread issues, in some cases even killing cards.
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yeah the latest NV driver (364.72) has had some major issues. I know that people throw a lot of crap at nv for making drivers that aren't absolutely amazing, but this one has had widespread issues, in some cases even killing cards.

Yeah, I am still at 362.00, and that looks stable for now.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11648520?

Cant really manage to get higher clocks/score than this :/
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