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The ChaosCube SG05 build (1090T, 6950)

post #1 of 9
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Total edit! I've resurrected by ChaosCube build thread since I finally have money in my hands

I'm going with:
SG05-450W
ASUS M4A88T-i Deluxe
AMD 1090T
Scythe Big Shuriken
8GB Gskill SO-DIMM
Enzotech copper VREG heatsinks
Antec red fan
XFX 6950 1GB (10.5")
Asus 23.6" 1080P LED LCD
Scythe Big Shuriken

XFX 6950 should fit:


Others have fit a 6870 which is 10.5". I may have to cut off the end of the XFX shroud since it adds some length to the card. I'd like to keep case cutting to a minimum.

Ordering parts Thursday.
Edited by zorrobyte - 2/8/11 at 5:39pm
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post #2 of 9
I doubt a Scythe Shuriken would take your 1090t to 4.0Ghz.
Another thing is that the Logitech MX Revolution Combo could be great for general purposes but definitely not for gaming (I had one and had to trade it for logitech g15 + g9x).
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post #3 of 9
You're going to destroy that motherboard if you try to push the X6 to 4Ghz.

It supports a maximum 95w TDP, so you're looking at an Athlon II X4, Phenom II X4 (95w), or a Phenom II X6 (95w) with mild or no overclocking. You may be able get away with running a stock 125w model, but I wouldn't risk it.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by staryoshi View Post
You're going to destroy that motherboard if you try to push the X6 to 4Ghz.
Unless the PCB traces burn, I imagine anything is possible with proper cooling on the proper chips. He's already heatsinking the VRMs, and someone sufficiently ballsy would have no issues swapping the VRM fets if need be. I eagerly await seeing why there's a 95w limit.


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post #5 of 9
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I may go sandy bridge as clock for clock a H67 2600K beats a 1090T within a 95W envelope. Dyson can check out ionstorm66's rig which is running the setup I planned and which inspired me to join this forum. http://www.overclock.net/small-form-...-mini-itx.html He is running 24/7 folding on a 125W 1090T @ 4.0GHZ.

I will however await AM3+ and attempt to cram in a 8 core 125w into a ITX and O/C but since Zotac is releasing a 140W TDP board for SB (err it's H67, ***? maybe for GPU O/C) we might not have to heatsink our way in. Oh and ASUS's Deluxe boards are starting to include VREG heatsinks which is great news

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Bump, have redesigned the build.
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post #7 of 9
10.5" wont fithout without a cut. I ended up putting a 570 in mine, and it needs a few more mm of clearance. and nice measurement pic btw =p
    
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post #8 of 9
Quote:
Originally Posted by cj3waker View Post
10.5" wont fithout without a cut. I ended up putting a 570 in mine, and it needs a few more mm of clearance. and nice measurement pic btw =p
I second this GTX570 needs some half centimeter more.... (well, more like one centimeter, it extends over the front of the metal cage by half centimeter).


BTW, please report if you have PSU issues. There are a few of us on [H] that have issues with high powered GPU and CPU on the 450W Silverstone.
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post #9 of 9
don't get xfx... Get asus or something different, xfx's quality is going down lately
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