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post #109381 of 109860 (permalink) Old 03-05-2019, 04:21 PM
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CPU
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Motherboard
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GPU
Titan Xp with copper Water Block
RAM
Trident Z 3600C16 4x8gb's b-die default timings 16-16-16-36
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Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500gb M.2/ Samsung 850 Pro 256gb for os and 500gb evo for favorite games plus other wd hdd's for data and backup's
Optical Drive
LG Blu-Ray WH16NS40
Power Supply
evga 1200-P2
Cooling
2-280GTX Black Ice Nemesis rads with D5 pump-res combo and D5 top before and after rads.
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corsair 450D with added 2nd floor to house radiator on top
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Samsung 970 Evo 500gb M.2/ Samsung 850 Pro 256gb for os and 500gb evo for favorite games plus other wd hdd's for data and backup's
Power Supply
EVGA 1000-P2
Cooling
2-240 GTX Black Ice Nemesis rads/ D5 pump-res combo and D5 top before and after rads.
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Corsair 450D with added 2nd floor to house radiator on top
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Win-7 and 10 pro Win-7 Primary os.
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post #109382 of 109860 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 11:12 AM
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Hello water-cooling aficionados -

I had been doing a lot of 'regular' water-cooling builds for almost a decade, and after some major rebuilds and inventory search at our store room, I found / had a lot of equipment left over (rads, pumps, fittings). After cleaning everything thoroughly, I embarked on the build below (just a few intro-pics for now), which consists of a Thermaltake Core P5, a 2950X Threadripper, a MSI X399 Creation mobo, 2x Aorus 2080 Ti Xtr WB (factory water-blocked) GPUs etc.

The system has two loops (one for CPU, one for GPUs) to deal with oc'ed CPU and oc'ed GPUs (just shy of 1100W combined heat energy):

- CPU loop has 2x XSPC 360/60 rads with 2x MPC 655 pumps and 6x GentleTyphoon 120mm fans
- GPU loop has 3x XSPC 360/60 rads with 2x MPC 655 pumps and 3x GentleTyhpoon 120mm fans + 3x Noctua 120mm fans + 6x Corsair ML120 fans. GPU tubing (the horizontal white ones) and elbows are copper, the rest is Primoflex 3/4 OD 1/2 ID UV tubing.

More pics to come soon...


Cool build, I had the same idea with a different approach. I have a main system that's taking a long time to do, and with lots of waiting periods now and then. So I started another build for a "retro" PC, though It's only sort of retro as I will use it for all my emulators and stuff, but it'w running win 7 so that steam functions properly.

Mostly left over stuff, though I punctured my Phobya 360x60mm rad adn had to get a new HwLabs GTX 360 to replace it. It's a Phenom 9950be/HD4890 system:
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Cool build, I had the same idea with a different approach. I have a main system that's taking a long time to do, and with lots of waiting periods now and then. So I started another build for a "retro" PC, though It's only sort of retro as I will use it for all my emulators and stuff, but it'w running win 7 so that steam functions properly.

Mostly left over stuff, though I punctured my Phobya 360x60mm rad adn had to get a new HwLabs GTX 360 to replace it. It's a Phenom 9950be/HD4890 system:

Thank you ...yeah, I know what you mean. This build took longer than I wanted / I had to RMA the mobo (X399 Creation) because of an 'oopsie' and was using a X399 Carbon Pro on a temp basis - which has a different form factor and NVLink spacing, a big problem when using copper tubing. Apart from the copper, all water-cooling stuff was 'old' but pulled out of retirement and thoroughly cleaned up. It is actually a ton of fun to reconstitute old stuff...while waiting for the RMA, I put together two Asus E-WS (X79, X99) one as a as a file server, the other as the daily beast of burden (incl. DB productivity).
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post #109384 of 109860 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 01:24 PM
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Thank you ...yeah, I know what you mean. This build took longer than I wanted / I had to RMA the mobo (X399 Creation) because of an 'oopsie' and was using a X399 Carbon Pro on a temp basis - which has a different form factor and NVLink spacing, a big problem when using copper tubing. Apart from the copper, all water-cooling stuff was 'old' but pulled out of retirement and thoroughly cleaned up. It is actually a ton of fun to reconstitute old stuff...while waiting for the RMA, I put together two Asus E-WS (X79, X99) one as a as a file server, the other as the daily beast of burden (incl. DB productivity).
Yep, old stuff is way more fun than new stuff. Especially when you have a limited amount of parts laying around and you have to mishmash together some unconventional setup because that is just what you have laying around, pairing a 2 year old block with a 10 year old rad or something other is just fun to see. Or you can reuse an old mobo block to cool that old GPU VRM (the hd4890 and hd4870 had really hot VRMs) which is also fun EKWB+Mips= <3
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Yep, old stuff is way more fun than new stuff. Especially when you have a limited amount of parts laying around and you have to mishmash together some unconventional setup because that is just what you have laying around, pairing a 2 year old block with a 10 year old rad or something other is just fun to see. Or you can reuse an old mobo block to cool that old GPU VRM (the hd4890 and hd4870 had really hot VRMs) which is also fun EKWB+Mips= <3

...probably has been done already in some form, but a nice 'rad rod' build out of old parts could be interesting
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the X59 monolith w/ GTX580s

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the X59 monolith w/ GTX580s

...after my most recent build posted before, a bit more colorful perhaps > green + purple on the X59 mobo, black and electric blue on the 580 Lightning...I think you're onto something interesting in rad rod terms
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just taking the best of an era, n 580 was the last of the Fermi! everything was truly win7+ dx11+ after that, right?

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just taking the best of an era, n 580 was the last of the Fermi! everything was truly win7+ dx11+ after that, right?

...haven't got any Fermis laying around, but a pile of Keplers (600 and 700 series). For OS > Windows Server 2008 R2, just because . There are also my old-time pals (an Asus Maximus V Ex w/ a delidded 3770K which does 5.2 on custom water all day long) laying in the store room...put all that in a giant steel server case from the mid-90s and paint everything flat black before 'rat rod' copper tubing for the CPU and three uni-block Kepler GPUs in Tri-SLI
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Aim was to create a silent folding machine using recycled and new parts with a desire to have the least possible tubing. Case is a Fractal Design Define S. There is an Alphacool 280mm Crossflow in the roof with fans pulling (makes it easier to clean) and an Alphacool 280mm in the front with slightly more powerful fans pushing (the case has a filter on the front).

Pump is a recycled Swiftech MCP350 with the XSPC res.

First card is a Titan X with an EK block and backplate bought used.
Second card is a 1070 with an EK block bought used.
CPU is a Pentium G4400 (enough to drive the cards for [email protected]) cooled by a £10 block bought from China.
Fittings are mostly Barrow.
Fluid is EK Cryofuel and the tubing is EK Duraclear.

It runs at permanent full load producing around 1.5M points per day.
CPU temp is currently 45C and the two cards are around 50-51C. Ambient is 21C.
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