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post #1521 of 2861 (permalink) Old 05-08-2015, 06:14 PM
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So according to WCCF, the 390X is going to be triple DP and single HDMI reference. The top slot is nothing more than a vent, so single-slot brackets are usable. On one hand, this is really neat for SFF builds; it's basically crossfire 7970s with triple the bandwidth and no crossfire problems. On the other hand, it's still 28nm GCN and will probably be very hot compared to a Titan X. Your thoughts? thumb.gif

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post #1522 of 2861 (permalink) Old 05-09-2015, 10:53 AM
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I need more pics of that build! biggrin.gif

What are the temps on the MSI? Is it quiet?

I've been playing GTA on the MSI in the L3 for about 3 days now. The temperature aren't bad. Running 1920x1080 at high the temp were around 75c but I lowered the resolution to 1360x768 to normal texture and now it runs at 45c at about 60 frames(vsync, without vsync the game gets stuttering when driving fast but with it on it doesn't).

I'm pleased with the MSI though. It's completely silent at idle and only as loud as a Xbox 360 fan while playing games so ita pretty perfect. Definitely a great console replacement case
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So according to WCCF, the 390X is going to be triple DP and single HDMI reference. The top slot is nothing more than a vent, so single-slot brackets are usable. On one hand, this is really neat for SFF builds; it's basically crossfire 7970s with triple the bandwidth and no crossfire problems. On the other hand, it's still 28nm GCN and will probably be very hot compared to a Titan X. Your thoughts? thumb.gif

it comes with a 120mm single fan rad like the 295x2 from what I know, so I think you'd easily cool that card with a larger rad in an M1 or SG13. Once the Nova is out, we may also see builds with two of these in CF.
Not sure about noise though, I guess a 240mm rad may fix that problem, but you never know.
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I put the system together to see how it fits, its a temporary fit until i receive some stuff
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finally got the L3 smile.gif here`s the build log
Added. Congrats! You finally received it after more than a month smile.gif

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I posted my build elsewhere, but figure you guys might appreciate it too. Just finished putting it under water about a week ago and haven't even really had a chance to game on it with a newborn. rolleyes.gif




Ncase M1 V2
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Maximus Impact VI
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Samsung Evo 250GB
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Silverstone SX600-G

Looking good. I love how the tubing is right in the middle.

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Finally put my L3 together. It is probably the best htpc case to me.

G3258
Cryorig c1 cooler
Msi 750 ti
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Nice build. Nice and fully packed biggrin.gif

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So I got this tony acer case online for $10 ( Also got a 19 inch monitor and some old P4 stuff..). It measures up to 7.40L :-D I reused the motherboard as its the only one that would fit. Its like mITX but has 2 pcie slots a x16 and x1. I put in my Old e8400, 4Gb RAM, GTX 750Ti, 240Gb SSD and my WD Black 2Tb. It even has a full size ODD in it. Its now my new htpc running Win7 home premium. Its more than powerful enough for a htpc and so tiny!
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So I got this tony acer case online for $10 ( Also got a 19 inch monitor and some old P4 stuff..). It measures up to 7.40L :-D I reused the motherboard as its the only one that would fit. Its like mITX but has 2 pcie slots a x16 and x1. I put in my Old e8400, 4Gb RAM, GTX 750Ti, 240Gb SSD and my WD Black 2Tb. It even has a full size ODD in it. Its now my new htpc running Win7 home premium. Its more than powerful enough for a htpc and so tiny! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Still more to do more pics soon

Pretty nice, but why did you use a flex riser for the GPU when there are expansion slots in the case you could use?

Is the motherboard 170*210mm by any chance? Because then it would be about the size of mDTX.
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is it a motherboard like this one? This is what I have in my HTPC, modded for a Xeon E5420 ^^ with a AMD HD 5450.



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is it a motherboard like this one? This is what I have in my HTPC, modded for a Xeon E5420 ^^ with a AMD HD 5450.

Very similar shape. The pcie x1 and x16 are opposite though thats why I had to use the riser. The x16 slot is right up against the side so my 750ti was about 8mm too thick. Worked out ok though



Banana and keyboard for scale :-D
Dont know if the xeon mod will work with the acer board?? It would be awesome if it did though. Although the E8400 Does a pretty good job :-)


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or the xeon isn't needed, it's just for giggles mostly. I plan to fold on it eventually.


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