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10-16-2014 10:17 AM
caymandive Awesome build! Your RIG has inspired a 750D build of my own and it will be VERY similar to yours except I will be using 2 Noctua (NF-A14 PWM) fans up front and plan on mounting my 3 SSD's in the back and I hope to utilize CorsairLink for all the fan controls vs a manual controller.
07-07-2014 08:36 PM
PCmasteRace You might need a bigger power supply, like 1000 or 1200w, if you wanna OC (if you dont already know) cheers!
04-05-2014 11:42 PM
ROGX So a UT60mm rad will fit with a maximus vi formula? everyone has been telling me it wont because of the huge mosfet heatsinks.
03-30-2014 07:50 PM
Muskiehunter This is a beautiful build!
03-27-2014 06:39 AM
wint0nic What desk is that on your video?
03-17-2014 05:30 PM
Slaughtahouse Hey, just a quick question. Did you have to use custom screws to get your EVGA backplate onto the EK block'd 780Ti's? I have a 780/evga backplate but when I threw on my XSPC water block, I couldn't mount the backplate to my gpu anymore. I know it's a different block but if it was the same issue for you, how did you tackle it?
02-02-2014 10:27 AM
Lubed Up Slug Can you show us some sexy benchmarks with this beast of a rig?
02-02-2014 09:09 AM
welshy46
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Originally Posted by nathanblandford View Post

Hi Brandon i know this is an old part of your build but I'm basically up to the stage of figuring out a mount for my photon 170/d5 in my 750d. i just wanted to know your thoughts about using the threaded mobo mounts versus drilling and using a bolt/washer like you did. did you consider using the mobo mounts? Also what size/thread are those bolts?
Your help would be amazing as the finish you have is perfect smile.gif
cheers thumb.gif

Nice looking build, congrats. One query though. Why didn't you use the 4 mounting bolts provided instead of ruining your photon mount.
02-02-2014 08:24 AM
Astonished I have nearly the same setup, and I've ran into an issue. Same Radiator up top MB/case. I cannot fit the fan above the heatsink... did you do anything special?

Great build btw.
01-27-2014 04:40 PM
Jumbosausage Also curious about the fans on this build. Can you explain which are intake and which are exhaust. It looks as though the air intake is through the rads, does this no pump hot air into the case?
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