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all that to power a u2311h?

Looks good, no water cooling love for the 580s?
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I will get a EK gpu only water blocks for then soon
My build :)
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I7 2600K @ 4.9 1.41v Z77 Gigabyte G1.Sniper 3 (Gigabyte P67 UD7 old) Gigabyte GTX580 SLI 2x4GB HyperX Fury  
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crucial mx100 256GB 3x1TB WD black rasa block + 2xGTX360 rad's + 2EK waterblocks DELL P2414H 
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corsair 1200AX HAF stacker G400,Performance MX, Roccat Kone XTD beyerdynamic DT 770M 
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My build :)
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little sis
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
I7 2600K @ 4.9 1.41v Z77 Gigabyte G1.Sniper 3 (Gigabyte P67 UD7 old) Gigabyte GTX580 SLI 2x4GB HyperX Fury  
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingMonitor
crucial mx100 256GB 3x1TB WD black rasa block + 2xGTX360 rad's + 2EK waterblocks DELL P2414H 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
corsair 1200AX HAF stacker G400,Performance MX, Roccat Kone XTD beyerdynamic DT 770M 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
intel core i7 920 gigabyte x58 extreme integrated water cooling nvidia gtx285 2GB 3x2GB Kingston 1333mhz 
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2x1TB WD black XSPC 360AX win7 ultimate DELL U2311H 
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post #23 of 54
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oh man those parts deserve to be a in better case
and what case would that be????

800d is wack , poor build quality
haf x was carfted by man, and didnt use cheap materials
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i7 920 D0 4.2GHZ evga FTW3 x58(nb/sb cooled by stacked 120mm rads) SLI Zotac gtx580 3gb (WC EK)  Corsair Dominator 6gb 1600mhz 
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2x Raptor 150gb, 1 300gb raptor, 1 tb black caviar Win7 Ultimate (64bit) 3x Viewsonic x2268 3dVision Surround!! g-15 Logitech 
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antec 1000w Quattro antec 1200(all fans are coolermaster r4) g-500 Logitech 
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2x Raptor 150gb, 1 300gb raptor, 1 tb black caviar Win7 Ultimate (64bit) 3x Viewsonic x2268 3dVision Surround!! g-15 Logitech 
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Dude, those Mushkin sticks are hot
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Awesome build. I would have WC'd the 580's as they get hotter than your 2600
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Originally Posted by Hy3RiD View Post
Awesome build. I would have WC'd the 580's as they get hotter than your 2600
Depends on how high each overclock is. If you put enough volts into the 2600K, it'll get toasty. The 580s have a good stock cooler and a good fan that when cranked up can keep temps reasonable.

But yes, water all around would be might awesome.
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and what case would that be????

800d is wack , poor build quality
haf x was carfted by man, and didnt use cheap materials
not sure what carfted is or what cheap materials you are referring to... coming from a guy that owns a cheap plastic antec case....

Would you two knock it off...

no one wants to hear it, case is all opinion and it is your opinion about that case and this case and whatever case, and he wanted that case. Not everyone can or wants to spend $200+ on a case
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and what case would that be????

800d is wack , poor build quality
haf x was carfted by man, and didnt use cheap materials
Not really sure what you're talking about here Rush... Build quality is top notch on my 800D No plastic to speak of and everything is very solid. Say what you want about the aesthetics or airflow, but let's leave the very objective categories like build quality out of it, ok? There're no questions about how highly rated the 800D is in terms of construction. I'm not here to push the 800D on anyone, some people do like the HAF instead (not me, but that's fine, we can still be friends) just don't bad-mouth parts without experience ok? Ok.
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post #29 of 54
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and what case would that be????

800d is wack , poor build quality
haf x was carfted by man, and didnt use cheap materials
LOL. I don't even own an 800D and know this comment is whack. The 800D is one of the most popular cases because of its build quality. Yeah, the air cooling potential might not be the greatest. But with all that room inside, you can stuff plenty of watercooling hardware inside And if you're in the market for an ultra-high end rig, high overclocks are generally a given -- and that's where all the watercooling room comes in handy.
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LOL. I don't even own an 800D and know this comment is whack. The 800D is one of the most popular cases because of its build quality. Yeah, the air cooling potential might not be the greatest. But with all that room inside, you can stuff plenty of watercooling hardware inside And if you're in the market for an ultra-high end rig, high overclocks are generally a given -- and that's where all the watercooling room comes in handy.
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