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Just got my F@H client up and running for CC and temps are looking good. Ambient is about 72f. Water temp out of the radiator is holding at 30c. CPU 34c, GPU1 36c, GPU2 39c. Stock clocks on everything atm. +20% powerplay on the gpu's as well.
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Wow, amazing build. No short cuts taken.
Thanks!
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You should have built the power strip into the table, It could have hid many of the dangley wires.
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Bad ass man, great build!
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This build is absolutely jaw dropping. drool.gif

Keep up the good work. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Fooliobass;13427924 
You should have built the power strip into the table, It could have hid many of the dangley wires.
Great idea. That's an old strip that I plan on replacing soon anyway. There's a nice little shelf hiding that it'll fit perfectly on. In the back between the monitor towers. smile.gif
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Bad ass man, great build!
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This build is absolutely jaw dropping. drool.gif

Keep up the good work. thumb.gif
Thank you!
post #206 of 287
We're all so proud of you, this is a great build!
    
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Great idea. That's an old strip that I plan on replacing soon anyway. There's a nice little shelf hiding that it'll fit perfectly on. In the back between the monitor towers. smile.gif

Thanks!

Thank you!

I did a closet build in (no where near as extensive as your desk) but part of the build was getting power neatly to the tower, monitor, 2 printers, cable modem, and other toys. I still have a cable mess but it got the power strip off the ground and neatly out of the way.
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post #208 of 287
awesome man. thanks for the shots! and im looking forward to the "topless" ones youve promised...

only change I could think of for now (besides some loop layout, which you seem to have under control) would be 90 degree pcie 6pin connectors?
    
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Originally Posted by UrbanSmooth;13429434 
We're all so proud of you, this is a great build!
Awe shucks.. it's nuthin pops. Thanks heh. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Fooliobass;13430106 
I did a closet build in (no where near as extensive as your desk) but part of the build was getting power neatly to the tower, monitor, 2 printers, cable modem, and other toys. I still have a cable mess but it got the power strip off the ground and neatly out of the way.
I could definitely get it cleaned up a little better but man... if you would have seen it before the build. This is heaven compared to that rats nest.
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Originally Posted by cj3waker;13430638 
awesome man. thanks for the shots! and im looking forward to the "topless" ones youve promised...

only change I could think of for now (besides some loop layout, which you seem to have under control) would be 90 degree pcie 6pin connectors?
My pleasure. I'm satisfied with the loop for now. I don't really like the tubing that shoots down from the res>pump but until I can afford another rad/fans/fittings to route around the right side it'll have to do. Besides... I'd rather put spare cash into a few other things first. Namely another inline temp sensor, flow meter/switch and then a new mobo/i7 or Bulldozer. cool.gif
As for the pcie connectors. If I could have afforded to go that route I would have but It was a quick fix with the router.

Topless shots incoming!

hpim3194p.jpg

hpim3190.jpg

I really need to tighten the t-line down somehow. You'll see the tube gets a bit saggy down that side.
hpim3203z.jpg
Edited by sprower - 5/8/11 at 8:58pm
post #210 of 287
Epic build is Epic.

Loving the final product, those topless shots are awesome, well done on the scale and "no corners cut" approach.
From the first post I knew this was going to be epic, as I checked your updates it just got better and better.
+ rep for showing how it's done.

Epic mate Epic. band.gif
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