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post #31 of 83
Can you show us pictures of how your PSU is set up. I'd like to see where you put all your cables.
post #32 of 83
Holy s***. $4600 on a computer :| but good job that thing looks amazing.
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post #33 of 83
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Not sure how this costs 4600$ ? But sweet rig anyways.
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I would have seen a HX or AX over a TX PSU on a build of this price.

But still, awesome rig.

I'm surprised how clean the cable management is w/ a TX...I use a HX and my wire management looks like garbage compared to yours haha

honestly w/ that kind of money spent, I would have opted for 3 screens vs 1

but nice build
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post #34 of 83
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I'm surprised how clean the cable management is w/ a TX...I use a HX and my wire management looks like garbage compared to yours haha

honestly w/ that kind of money spent, I would have opted for 3 screens vs 1
I debated this for weeks and chose to go with just the 1, in the end i couldn't jusfity the need for 3 screens when mostly all i do is game and that gap between monitors would drive me nuts when gaming.









post #35 of 83
Need to put those 580's under water now
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I debated this for weeks and chose to go with just the 1, in the end i couldn't jusfity the need for 3 screens when mostly all i do is game and that gap between monitors would drive me nuts when gaming.
you should definitely try it sometime
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post #37 of 83
nice, clean build. as thobel said, get to drowning!

edit: When you're gaming, the bezels fade away.
post #38 of 83
As stupid as it sounds, your TX actually looks better than my HX when it comes down to cable management.
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haha the dust i didn't notice until i took the shots, too dark for me to see it down here.



I will have to consider that, i thought about water cooling them but i couldn't find any information proving better performance.
Well "proff"
1) Cooler 100% for sure
2) Cooler means more volts = higher clocks
3) Water does not give better results it enables you to get better results
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post #40 of 83
$4600, and no MDPC sleeving? Houston we have a problem. And let's get some nicer pics. For a $4600 I'm lining my PC up beside a model or something lol. Still trying to tally the specs to $4600. Does that include the monitor? Then that would make sense.
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