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Im insanely jealous of that case
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@ Defiler

That looks great bro
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Yeesh, that looks incredible.
Heh. Thanks guys. I wish that Spitfire wasn't so big to show off the other painted cards a little better. Still debating on a few options to make them more visible though.

Thanks again for the kind words.

Here's one more with the side on.

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Heh. Thanks guys. I wish that Spitfire wasn't so big to show off the other painted cards a little better. Still debating on a few options to make them more visible though.

Thanks again for the kind words.
Anytime bro. What options are you debating to show off your cards a little more?
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xD I think you got the wrong thread there...
No I dont matey... Im spreading the word
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Anytime bro. What options are you debating to show off your cards a little more?
Well, the 250GTS (very bottom card) is the one with the huge heat sink (Spitfire) on it. I don't like how it covers everything up. But since this is the only cooler I could find that technically will let it fit in a single slot spot it's what I went with for now.

I could move it up to the next pcie slot and put the stock cooler back on (showing more of the other components) but it would block a lot of the airflow from the 5870's fan.

I might try it and see what the temps do. It would definitely clean the look up considerably.
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Well, the 250GTS (very bottom card) is the one with the huge heat sink (Spitfire) on it. I don't like how it covers everything up. But since this is the only cooler I could find that technically will let it fit in a single slot spot it's what I went with for now.

I could move it up to the next pcie slot and put the stock cooler back on (showing more of the other components) but it would block a lot of the airflow from the 5870's fan.

I might try it and see what the temps do. It would definitely clean the look up considerably.
It doesn't hurt to try, if the temps are not what you want just slap the spitfire back on and drop it down again
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Why not just switch the cards' respective positions? Are the lower slots only x8?
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I am sad to report the H50 has been a disappointment in my rig. Pushing 4.2 ghz on my xeon is more than this can handle. Temps go above 80*c. I had to drop my OC down to 4ghz @ 1.25 vcore instead of my regular 4.2ghz @ 1.288 vcore.

I reseated twice with OCZ freeze and I have 2x ZM-F3 fans push+Pull on the rad.
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I currently have CM R4s in push/pull for an exhaust fan setup. located in the rear of my case towards the top. I am thinking about using the R4s for case fans, and using a shroud + two better fans to move static pressure (correct me, if I'm wrong). I would like to know where the fans can be purchased, how much louder (if you have any exp. with R4s), and if they are built to last.

I had a friend apply my H50 for me, because he had prior experience with installation on his i7 920. He used ArticSilver5, and applied the TIM (thermal grease) to the CPU and spreading it out using a business card. He continued to apply the extra (additional) TIM left on the business card to the H50...now I'm thinking it might be possible he applied too much or the burn in period isn't done with...but I can't hit anything past 3.99GHz, and it's been three months since I've tried (and my computer was made on December 6th).

Can you guys give me some ideas? Maybe I hit a wall, or I need some lower temps! Any recommendations on TIM (sorry, I know I've asked before) and where to purchase?

P.S. I will be moving my push/pull setup to the front of my case (in the CD-ROM bay) and change it to an intake /w the possibility of adding two fan shrouds (if you recommend it).

Thanks for reading!
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holy crapballs Gustave if im not mistaken your pc is one expensive beast. i'd hate to think your a Sunday driver with a Ferrari
Every once and a while I set up a new system. The introduction of the 980X, SATA3 and USB3, all at about the same time, was a good moment for a new machine. It's going to have to do for the next years. And you're right it is a beast. I haven't done serious OC'ing, though. The 980X is running at 4Ghz and the memory at XMP speeds.
I am playing with the C300 SSD's also. They are brand new but after some RAID0 stripe changes (from 256K to 16K and back) the performance degraded. I'm trying to figure out a way to get them in tip top shape again as a RAID0 setup. They are on a 3Ware 9750-8i SAS/SATA3 RAID controller. Maybe the Hyperfast tool of Diskeeper 2010 will do?

Well, cheerio
 
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