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Have one of each but prefer this one (sata)
I was looking at that one too. Was trying to figure out how it hooks up. Does it plug into the sata ports on the mb? Whyou do you like it better than the molex one?
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post #92312 of 107789
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Have one of each but prefer this one (sata)
I was looking at that one too. Was trying to figure out how it hooks up. Does it plug into the sata ports on the mb? Whyou do you like it better than the molex one?

No,

It plugs into a SATA power connection on the PSU.

SATA can carry more current than the 4 pin Molex, and is usually much more reliable.

Darlene
post #92313 of 107789
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

No,

It plugs into a SATA power connection on the PSU.

SATA can carry more current than the 4 pin Molex, and is usually much more reliable.

Darlene

Based on connector wiki pages:

SATA = 1.5A x 3 pins per power = 4.5A per rail
Molex = 11A x 1 pin per power = 11A per rail

I feel like SATA's are more reliable because the molex connectors are a PITA sometimes and don't always push in well, but yeah the standards allow much more current on molex.
     
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No,

It plugs into a SATA power connection on the PSU.

SATA can carry more current than the 4 pin Molex, and is usually much more reliable.

Darlene
What do you mean "more reliable"?

Also, guys, do I NEED an anti bacterial agent in my loop? If so, how safe is it to go without one?
post #92315 of 107789

I know I still need to snag another M&F Bitspower QDC set (w/ G1/4 Female threaded), just d@mn they're not inexpensive lol

     
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

No,

It plugs into a SATA power connection on the PSU.

SATA can carry more current than the 4 pin Molex, and is usually much more reliable.

Darlene

Based on connector wiki pages:

SATA = 1.5A x 3 pins per power = 4.5A per rail
Molex = 11A x 1 pin per power = 11A per rail

I feel like SATA's are more reliable because the molex connectors are a PITA sometimes and don't always push in well, but yeah the standards allow much more current on molex.


Interesting, . . .

Would never have thought the Molex was good for 11A.

Thanks for the correction, +1

D.
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Well, this is my first post of the new rig, been getting this put together for the last few months and now it's finally up and running. Not quite finished yet, scheduling the acrylic window to be etched and the other side panel to be airbrushed with a design, will update once that's finished thumb.gif

Some fantastic looking rigs on here, here's mine:








Specs:
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Asus Rampage V Extreme (EK R5E Monoblock CPU & Chipset / VRM water block)

Intel Core i7 5930K @ 4.4Ghz

(2 x) AMD 295x2 CPU (Quad Crossfire) (EK 295X2 Full Cover Waterblock + Backplates

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Edited by MakaThaDon - 11/1/15 at 1:01pm
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You can simply search for a guide on how to solder one. thumb.gif

Can you quote?
Then we know to whom you are talking.

I take it it is about the fan splitter?
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Well, this is my first post of the new rig, been getting this put together for the last few months and now it's finally up and running. Not quite finished yet, scheduling the acrylic window to be etched and the other side panel to be airbrushed with a design, will update once that's finished thumb.gif

Some fantastic looking rigs on here, here's mine:

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





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16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 3000Mhz (with LightBars)

Superflower Platinum 2000 Watt PSU - 8pack Edition

Creative X-FI Titanium Fatal1ty Pro Edition Soundcard

500Gb Samsung EVO 850 SSD (Boot)

240Gb Crucial M500 SSD (Games)

2 TB WD Caviar Black HDD (Storage)

EK D5 Vario Pump

EK X-Res Reservoir

AlphaCool Nexxxos 480mm UT60 Radiator & 360mm XT45 Radiator (w/ Corsair Performance Fans)

All AlphaCool fittings

Asus MG279Q 27" Freesync IPS Monitor

Corsair M65 Mouse & K70 Keyboard

Maka

That is some massive gpu power you have there. I like it.

Why the Corsair fans btw? Most be some hefty noise you have running there. You have loads of rad space so you can get away with some decent semi-silent fans there. IMO

2k psu biggrin.gif.
I bet you are even reaching its limit when overclocking all your hardware.
Out of curiosity, how cold do you keep your cards when they are overclocked?
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post #92319 of 107789
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What do you mean "more reliable"?

Also, guys, do I NEED an anti bacterial agent in my loop? If so, how safe is it to go without one?

Need is a subjective term. If you want to all but guarantee no growth, you SHOULD use an anti-microbal. It's really up to you if you want to risk it. I would imagine algae can reduce water flow, lower heat exchange from blocks, and reduce pump life. Could be that nothing grows, or could be that you get swamp water running through your loops.
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Well, the sound isn't all that bad as I run my fans at their lowest setting on the controller and I always wear my A50 headphones, so I don't hear it but it certainly could be quieter. It was really about the look with the red LEDs. I'm thinking I'll probably swap them out at some point but they'll do for now. Just measured the dBA and with fans on max, it's coming out at 47 dBA

I'm drawing around 1400 Watts at the moment with CPU @ 4.4Ghz (6 Cores) overclock but looking to push it up towards 5Ghz.
Sitting idle, CPU temperature is maxing at 29 degrees, AIDA64 torture test maxing out at 61 degrees so it's running pretty cool even at full whack.
My GPUs, torture test, again using AIDA64, are topping out at 56 degrees, again, for notoriously hot running cards, staying very cool. I'm pretty happy with cooling performance.
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