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post #1 of 620 (permalink) Old 09-14-2013, 01:39 PM - Thread Starter
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[build] CasualMode : an STH10 rebuild

Time to rebuild the n STH-10 into something much more conservative.

My goal was to do an epic sli 2080 ti build, but I'm honestly not that impressed after test driving one, coming from 1070s so I've settled on one used 1080 ti for now, & quick disconnects so I can possibly add one later when I find another one at a good price.

so for now -

The mean Z390 fighting machine!

9700k
1080ti
32gb 3000mhz memory
4tb SSD raid storage
16TB HDD raid backup storage.

dual pump dual loop
40x AP-15s.

n that's about it.

it's gonna be ugly. No rigid fittings, & mismatching reservoirs because i'm too cheep to buy a 300mm brand new, so i found a 250mm used instead!

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subbed for my bud skupples, lets see the tri titans do work!
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Add2PSU dual psu adapter (derp)

10 feet of 1/2 x 3/4 Tygon norprene

2 needles of CLU
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idk if tygon is still having their plasticizer problems or not, but i would go for the primochill adv 2 over that tongue.gif

you should also check out the bitspower x station multiple power supply starters, look better imo tongue.gif might fit your build better! or you could also custom wire the psu's together yourself and save some money, its not too hard wink.gif
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hi LaBestiaHumana

entire titan owners thread is gonna show up soon enough tongue.gif
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Nice. I'm also currenyly working on a 900D build. Can't ever get enough cash for my water cooling components lol

What 3 monitos are you running?

I have 3 AOC E2752V's... Got them for 100$ each as door buster's last black friday. Only one dead pixel across all three thumb.gif I'm really curious as to how hard it would be to debezel these.

The case, rads, and fittings are well over 1,000$ right now... I'm trying to widdle it down. I got the hosing ahead of time so I could see just how flexible it is.
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idk if tygon is still having their plasticizer problems or not, but i would go for the primochill adv 2 over that tongue.gif

you should also check out the bitspower x station multiple power supply starters, look better imo tongue.gif might fit your build better! or you could also custom wire the psu's together yourself and save some money, its not too hard wink.gif

As to the Tygon it's norprene, so Plasticizer free.

All black, low profile build.
ADD2PSU:
I was rather sketchy about this product, but I decided it would be easier to mount and hide then the massive wiring harness Lian Li makes.
Those BitsPower one's are pretty nice! Too bad I already ordered.

I was just going to hot-wire them together, but I started running into multiple horror stories about different components randomly frying on boot up.
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I have 3 AOC E2752V's... Got them for 100$ each as door buster's last black friday. Only one dead pixel across all three thumb.gif I'm really curious as to how hard it would be to debezel these.
As to the Tygon it's norprene, so Plasticizer free.

All black, low profile build.
ADD2PSU:
I was rather sketchy about this product, but I decided it would be easier to mount and hide then the massive wiring harness Lian Li makes.
Those BitsPower one's are pretty nice! Too bad I already ordered.

I was just going to hot-wire them together, but I started running into multiple horror stories about different components randomly frying on boot up.


ah didnt see it was the neoprene tubing over the regular tygon tongue.gif

good luck, hope it turns out good for you! ive had two 1300 evga psu's wired together for months now with no problem, maybe i just got lucky lol tongue.gif better safe than sorry i guess lol.
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