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post #11 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by BuildingFirst37;13083717 
I knew people were going to think the power supply is overkill and I understand why they say that. There are a couple of reasons I chose that power supply. First is obvious it's 100% modular which means you only use the cables you need as they are not hard wired to the PSU. The second concerns the 1200w, for me that is room to grow and making darn sure that I have more than enough power to run everything now and what I add to the build in the future.

But is there a fan controller that can control 8-9 fans? Or is there a Y cable that can connect 4 fans making it one for the controller?

Thanks for your reply guys, it lets me know I am going in the right direction for this build. biggrin.gif

Lamptron FC-8 30w per channel so you can daisy chain all you want.

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post #12 of 23
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by spilltray;13083894 
It looks nice overall, but 1200W is really even beyond future proofing. An AX850 would still be as completely modular and should still have plenty of headroom for upgrading, but the AX1200 is one sexy power supply.

I agree with the 16gb of ram if you do alot of video editing. I do alot of audio editing and am tempted to double my ram too.

As far as fans go, that really sounds like overkill to me, 2 front intakes, 1 rear, 1 top exhaust, 2 side intakes over the video cards, really should be plenty for outstanding airflow. even then, I just don't see how you can balance the air flow created by 4 side fans.

The standard fans in the 600T are a 120 exhaust in the rear, a 200 for exhaust in the top, and a 200 intake in the front. But I am using the 120 in the rear as an intake with the H70 while the other 120 on the H70 pulls the air out of the radiator. So technically there is only one real intake and one exhaust for the case with the H70 in use. How many intake fans would you suggest in the side panel. I am going to replace all the fans with ones that have higher CFM ratings.
    
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post #13 of 23
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Badwrench;13084723 
Lamptron FC-8 30w per channel so you can daisy chain all you want.

fan splitter

Thank you that is exactly what I was looking for. biggrin.gif
    
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post #14 of 23
The general rule for encoding is 2gb of ram per core so in your case that would be 12gb (yay for math). 16gb is even better as you will have spare memory for your os and browsing ocn while you wait for your video to render biggrin.gif
post #15 of 23
System seems underbuilt for a 27 foot monitor.
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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by coddoc;13085363 
System seems underbuilt for a 27 foot monitor.

Bah. The marketing department at Asus would probably smart enough to make a 27 foot monitor at 1080p sound like a masterpiece of high definition entertainment.

Maybe a "buy two, get a rural summer home FREE" deal might also start the property market moving again...

Asus needs to build this thing.
    
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post #17 of 23
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by coddoc;13085363 
System seems underbuilt for a 27 foot monitor.

27 inch not 27 foot lol biggrin.gif
    
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post #18 of 23
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Originally Posted by coddoc;13085363 
System seems underbuilt for a 27 foot monitor.
I lol'd very hard! I totally didn't notice that!
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post #19 of 23
Why not get the Asus Crosshair IV Extreme over the Formula?!

And instead get yourself a cheap quad core 955 or 945 and wait for the Bulldozer to be released! Sounds like money is no option with that build, so go to town with the 1100T and then upgrade in 1-2 months to a Bulldozer biggrin.gif
post #20 of 23
RAID 0/hard drive access time lower shuold be beneficial for video editing
Try getting a cheaper processor now (i.e. 1055T or 1090T, maybe even x4) and brace youself for the 8-core "bulldozer" processor coming soon (your board could run it)
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