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Just ordered a corsair AX 860 psu,with same day 3hr delivery,wont be using the red cables anymore sticking with the black ones....Now I can overclock my gpu's without being worried and may even try and push my 3820 from 4.5 to either 4.8/5....Also gonna change my stock h100i fans and use 2 uv gelid wings I have laying around....
Edited by Jamaican Reaper - 8/13/13 at 8:20pm
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I can't but agree with you on that one, if i were to get a custom loop for my CPU + 780 it would roughly cost me 900-1000$ (yes prices are much steeper here) And a H100i here costs around 140$, the H100i has a much better price to performance ratio than a custom loop. Of course you can't get an AIO for the GPU without doing a custom one, but honestly for me i don't see the need really i could just get a ACX if i was very concerned about temps.
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The reason people get custom loops is 90% for the looks and is what it should be for honestly, it's overkill for many to do a custom loop because of the price. Sure you also get VERY nice temperatures and lower voltages, but honestly unless you live around the equator i for one don't see that big a reason to spend so much on it. Especially when i like changing out parts somewhat frequently (ofc not saying it's that hard to change out, just another hassle for me)

I would love to get a custom loop, but only when i have all the other things i want, there are tonnes of other stuff i'd rather spend my money on. For me it's "Perfomance > Looks" though many probably have it the other way around. Sure i like good looking components as much as the next guy but wouldn't tear of an arm to get it, since i spend my time looking at the screen not the computer.

Anyways that's my 2cents.gif

Have you thought about one of these for your GPU?

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX39770

In this case, I agree that this is a little on the pricy side. However, once again it's maintenance free. Unfortunately, it only has a one year warranty and I have no idea what their policy is toward leaks.
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There is always a PSU debate, but I love my 1200i wouldn't want anything else smile.gif Also while on the water cooling subject.. What about xs-pc? I actually like the look of their products, although have seen a few people on here with leaking reservoirs (black version)

Don't forget that the best reason for an oversized PSU is expandability. You are free to add much more to your system without having to replace the psu. I would have gotten a larger psu when I put my system together if I had of planned on more video cards and had more money at the time.

However, my Corsair AX750 professional series psu handles two HD6970 video cards and an overclocked i5 2500k, with a 3.5" HDD, 2.5" HDD, three SSDs, a fan controller, a NZXT Hue LED controller, a blu-ray burner, a 200mm NZXT fan with eight super bright LEDs and a resistor that gets warm to the touch, two Casino 120mm fans with multiple assorted colour LEDs that run patterns, two 120mm blue LED fans, and two Scythe Slip Stream 120mm 1900 RPM 110 CFM fans.

So, not only do I agree that getting a beefier psu is a good idea for future expansion, but I also think Corsair PSUs kick ass.
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LMAO Recr3ational, i know you want to 2 watercool your GPU's but coke cooling? REALLY??? How did it perform?

I have hear it will cut the mustard, i do wonder though....one way of finding out!

LOL, oh wow man, you're just mean. Funny, but mean.

If I seem to be commenting on some older comments it's because I'm on vacation (yay). I have been working on my car a bit, including this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjtftC9T8a8

Unfortunately this is the second Pyle double-din unit I have gotten in the last month that has a fault. Maybe they are a Pyle (of crap). I just can't decide if I want to RMA it over the issue mentioned in the video. I have to decide before the end of the week. I have contacted the company I bought it from to inform them that this one isn't working properly either. The last one had a faulty eject mechanism.
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I was thinking something along the same way. Would I get the 120mm rad now or next year with my new gpu? Might be a bit overkill to use 3 rads for just a cpu smile.gif

Any suggestions for 120mm rads?
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Why not the 400mm radiator? wink.gif


You know I am always going to second this biggrin.gif

Why not just go for a 360 up top and a 400 in the front.. and then if you really feel like a challenge put a 1260 on the side.

You might even get away with being able to cool passively (no fans) during most of the year and only turn your fans on for summer. I am still toying with this idea.
Edited by Devious Dog - 8/13/13 at 11:07pm
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Ah makes sence, i also don't have any DSLR atm the last i had i sold because i need computer parts biggrin.gif so yeah. Really want the Canon 7D or 5D Mark II, but damn expensive stuff. All i can take pictures with now is my iPhone 5 though it does take really good photos in lighted areas it's not the best in low light situations sadly.

Those were taken with the Nikon D7100, awesome camera but the kit lens isn't so great..
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So, not only do I agree that getting a beefier psu is a good idea for future expansion, but I also think Corsair PSUs kick ass.

Agreed. thumb.gif
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I was SOOOOO lucky with my PSU. I used to have a 700w which was fine but then one day play.com decided to sell the Corsair HX1050 for £62.99 which I think was a huge pricing error, I quickly ordered one having heard from a friend about it thinking it would never arrive, then about a week later it turned up on my doorstep!!!

About an hour after I ordered it, it went back up to £189.99....WIN!

This is the biggest bargain of my life...they still sell for about £170 now!
Edited by Darylrese - 8/14/13 at 1:19am
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fixed it. It didn't like https for some reason.

Also second video, playing Tomb Raider PC noise under load:...you can mostly hear background noise due to mobile recording. It what i would consider quiet though and i am very sensitive to sound!


God dam those Bitfenix fans whining Sparkles...i dunno how you put up with it....mine lasted 10mins before i sent it back for a refund for same reason!

I think mine makes about the same noise as yours. I think it can be more silent though.
The fan only whines when I remove the mesh and on higher speeds smile.gif
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Yeah its a crazy vacuum cleaner in there. It doesn't bother me when gaming as I have my headphones on and they are the closed kind of headphones, so all the noise is blocked and all i hear is a slight hum when theres no game audio going on. I might try leaving the stock H100i fans at a fixed RPM, say maybe around the same RPM as the quiet editions, and then monitor the temps. If its too toasty, I might have to downclock or stick back to the curve I have set for the fans.
Nice look overall to your rig and desk! And of course, silent! In comparison to my jet engine of course rolleyes.gif

Did you update your drivers? Might help with your frames...but then again, Metro LL does not play nice on xfire setups.
I really need to do something to my fan setup mad.gif
Nice stuff! Like I mentioned, I should really do something to my H100i's fan curve or something. Maybe even go custom loop with GTs everywhere.
Never had a problem with the Bitfenix Spectre Pro 200mm...I have maxed it out and listened to it before my H100i fans ramp up. No whinning sound for mine but a noticeable drone disappears once I remove the front dust filter

I have my headphones on most of the time too, but still I believe it can be quieter.

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Originally Posted by Jamaican Reaper View Post

Just ordered a corsair AX 860 psu,with same day 3hr delivery,wont be using the red cables anymore sticking with the black ones....Now I can overclock my gpu's without being worried and may even try and push my 3820 from 4.5 to either 4.8/5....Also gonna change my stock h100i fans and use 2 uv gelid wings I have laying around....

Hehe nice, you are on a buying roll too

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You know I am always going to second this biggrin.gif

Why not just go for a 360 up top and a 400 in the front.. and then if you really feel like a challenge put a 1260 on the side.

You might even get away with being able to cool passively (no fans) during most of the year and only turn your fans on for summer. I am still toying with this idea.

tongue.gif would love that if you give me all the money and the knowledge to do that ;p
post #11737 of 18196
If it does make the same noise as mine, you have nothing atall to worry about. Heck, its super silent compared to when my old GTX 580 was installed....the 600 series really made a difference to noise levels and cooling!

I consider my setup to be very quiet indeed considering the power and overclocks involved. Most of that video is background noise and noise from my side intake fan....really want to get rid of that fan but unfortunately its not going to happen until I can watercool my GPU's

A 400mm radiator and 360mm radiator both require cutting out sections of the case. While I have no real issues doing this, I don't have the tool required and I also don't want to have to rebuild the whole pc after I have it looking and performing so well! Maybe in the future...

Also I need my drive bays for fan controller and res / pump and of course i'm old school and still have a DVD-RW as some of my games require the disk in drive to play.
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A 400mm radiator and 360mm radiator both require cutting out sections of the case. While I have no real issues doing this, I don't have the tool required and I also don't want to have to rebuild the whole pc after I have it looking and performing so well! Maybe in the future...

The 400mm Radiator will not require any cutting if you do not want to, yes you will have to remove the rivets that hold the 5.25" drive bay in but you can always rivet it back in place if you want. The whole made by removing the drive bay housing is more than enough for the radiator. You then only have to make a couple small brackets to mount the radiator, and then use the supplied tray that mounts the fans to the radiator.. that simple.

You can then get a bitpower res, pump top and pump.. thumb.gif
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Yes you can do all that as you have done, it just depends how far you want to go in terms of functionality and performance...for me its not an option at the moment due to my requirement of keeping the drive bays....excellent idea if you don't need them though! a 400mm radiator would be crazy
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The main reason why I won't be getting a 400mm rad is because I hate 200mm fans biggrin.gif

360 in the front will be the better choice for me.
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