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The Z9PE-D8 is blue biggrin.gif so is skulltrail. Want me throw some pics of both of mine to add to the temptation biggrin.gif
The G3 Sniper is a very solid board though.

The evga was a great overclocker but it was too buggy. I'm also keeping the door open for 3-way sli/xfire so I need a board that can handle that too.


I don't fold (biggrin.gifredface.gif) or do i run anything needed a dual cpu mb. Just some gaming in Surround/Eyefinity.


I swore i got better temps with my old HF compared to the HD confused.gif. Could be the rads. This is the first time I'm using high fin density rads.
post #28272 of 105880
Ah well you could always start folding biggrin.gif

I have to admit though I do like the EVGA branded hydro copper block for their X79 boards. Unfortunately things just haven't been the same since the guy who did the SR-2 went to Asus frown.gif

Asus boards are great but I wish their RMA service matched those of EVGA, Gigabyte, etc.

Get the G3 Sniper, a few 670s and call it a day. IMO currently the best gaming setup is Z77/2700k and some 670s. I believe the FTW model has its voltage unlocked finally.
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Blu-Ray Slot Load EK Water Blocks Liquid Cooling Windows 8.1 Dell UP2715K 
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post #28273 of 105880
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Originally Posted by derickwm View Post

Ah well you could always start folding biggrin.gif
I have to admit though I do like the EVGA branded hydro copper block for their X79 boards. Unfortunately things just haven't been the same since the guy who did the SR-2 went to Asus frown.gif
Asus boards are great but I wish their RMA service matched those of EVGA, Gigabyte, etc.
Get the G3 Sniper, a few 670s and call it a day. IMO currently the best gaming setup is Z77/2700k and some 670s. I believe the FTW model has its voltage unlocked finally.

I would actually skip the 6xx series. I like the many changes they made but I feel its not a complete package. Amd with their higher vram and lower cost would be a better choice. Three Sapphire 7970 6gb would be nice wink.gif
post #28274 of 105880
I want a third 7970 in my rig but I won't be able to find another nickel-plexi FC7970...
post #28275 of 105880
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

I want a third 7970 in my rig but I won't be able to find another nickel-plexi FC7970...

First world problems.
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Originally Posted by derickwm View Post

Ah well you could always start folding biggrin.gif
I have to admit though I do like the EVGA branded hydro copper block for their X79 boards. Unfortunately things just haven't been the same since the guy who did the SR-2 went to Asus frown.gif
Asus boards are great but I wish their RMA service matched those of EVGA, Gigabyte, etc.
Get the G3 Sniper, a few 670s and call it a day. IMO currently the best gaming setup is Z77/2700k and some 670s. I believe the FTW model has its voltage unlocked finally.

I would actually skip the 6xx series. I like the many changes they made but I feel its not a complete package. Amd with their higher vram and lower cost would be a better choice. Three Sapphire 7970 6gb would be nice wink.gif

Those would be in my rig for sure if some blocks came out. As well as the price to come down a little. $600 is a lot of cash for a single gpu card imo. I paid just over $700 for the quad fire setup I have coming. May not have the VRAM but performance should be better and of course most importantly it'll look damn cool wink.gif
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Intel 750 NVME 1.2TB U.2 Intel 750 NVME 1.2TB AIC Intel 750 NVME 1.2TB AIC Intel 750 NVME 1.2TB AIC 
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Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Blu-Ray Slot Load EK Water Blocks Liquid Cooling Windows 8.1 Dell UP2715K 
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post #28276 of 105880
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Originally Posted by derickwm View Post

First world problems.
Those would be in my rig for sure if some blocks came out. As well as the price to come down a little. $600 is a lot of cash for a single gpu card imo. I paid just over $700 for the quad fire setup I have coming. May not have the VRAM but performance should be better and of course most importantly it'll look damn cool wink.gif

Fo sho biggrin.gif

I like my quad setup since I only need two blocks biggrin.gif. Its last gen so they're cheaper though harder to find.

three 7970 3gb would be sweet. Slap on some HK blocks and backplates and time to tear up Eyefinity biggrin.gifthumb.gif
post #28277 of 105880
I'd really like to score two 680 Lightnings with some HK blocks if they would make them...
post #28278 of 105880
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

I'd really like to score two 680 Lightnings with some HK blocks if they would make them...

two, ??? this is ocn, go ttri/quad or go home biggrin.giftongue.gif


One thing i want to applaud to EK is that they continue to support multiple components and not just stick with the mainstream stuff. I was surprised they made blocks for both Lightnings this time around.
post #28279 of 105880
I love that 680 Lightning so much I'm tempted to get them and the crop circle blocks even though I can't stand the look of them...
post #28280 of 105880
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

I love that 680 Lightning so much I'm tempted to get them and the crop circle blocks even though I can't stand the look of them...

lol, just don't place your mb in reverse atx biggrin.gif


I swear, that effort and the resources could have gone to something better or reducing overall manufacturing costs (and thus retail msrp).
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