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post #10631 of 105863
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Originally Posted by sprower;13437073 
Thanks. Hah yeah I was a little vague there. Fixed that. smile.gif

to bad you are out in Oregon as I would give you some work, I own a welding company and in need of a handyman/wood guy. I am great with metal but wood is not so my thing, I mess it up (don't ask why, I think it has to do with being a bull in china shop syndrome) But that is great work and your element table should go down in the mod of the month IMO
post #10632 of 105863
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to bad you are out in Oregon as I would give you some work, I own a welding company and in need of a handyman/wood guy. I am great with metal but wood is not so my thing, I mess it up (don't ask why, I think it has to do with being a bull in china shop syndrome) But that is great work and your element table should go down in the mod of the month IMO
To bad indeed. I could use the work for more parts and thanks again.
post #10633 of 105863
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First watercooling rig. I'm one of "those people" that should have planned a little better with the loop (it took 3 different orders to get the fittings right) but I had a lot going on with this build of excuses.
Just in time to help catch OCNChimpin up. Better late than never.

EK-Supreme HF
x2 EK-FC6970
Black Ice GTX 480
Swiftech MCP655
Bitspower pump top/accessories
400mm FrozenQ res
ID1/2 OD3/4

*pics*
Looks great, looks a bit like the L3P desk though You guys have the right idea though- when I wind up settling down somewhere this is the sort of build I'll be doing
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post #10634 of 105863
Rebuild, and wc-ed gpu's. Added a 360 rad, still powered by xspc750 pump. Temperatures are quite allright, considering the pump is underpowered for this setup. I made a nickel plate for the sli-bridge, please feel free to comment.



In the reflection of the sli bridge, you can see the rear end my other hobby.....fast motorbikes!!!
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^^I like it.
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post #10636 of 105863
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Looks great, looks a bit like the L3P desk though You guys have the right idea though- when I wind up settling down somewhere this is the sort of build I'll be doing
Thanks. Yeap L3p pushed me over the edge and forced me to produce. My build is very... well.. wall independent. Although it'd still be a chore I can rearrange my furniture. Also... I think my wife would have me killed if I drilled holes in the floor to run my rads in the crawlspace (if not the black widows down there ).
post #10637 of 105863
^^Your build is awesome.
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post #10638 of 105863
Thanx! I'll try to make some pics with lights on. So far they look like cr@p, the Corsair logo is lit from the back with a glowpad, that looks like a welding flash in the pics....
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post #10640 of 105863
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Quick question for you intel overclockers on water.

For a 930 running a 50% OC (4.2ghz), or frankly anything over 4ghz, what VCore are you running, for a stable system, preferably 24/7? And what temps with it?

Im gettin back into overclocking (a few years out of the game) and I got a i7 for a deal that rivalled highway robbery, I got it mostly stable (water stuff is on its way) but im having a hard time getting past 4.01ghz.

**EDIT**
Also, anyone know if there is an aftermarket side panel for the Cosmos S that supports say 4x120mm fans?
I am running 4.41 with 1.35v with temps around 30-35-30-35C idle and load is about 56-63-56-63. hope this helps ya
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