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>>63725920
classic 560
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>>63725920
old
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Guts R8/H8
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>>63726600
what cards are those?
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>>63726651
The warm kind
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>>63726621
very bright / ten
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>>63726651
Probably a GTX 480.
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>>63725920
classic guts anon, very nice
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>>63726758
thought so
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>>63725920
I've been waiting for this!
I Re-did my old Loop because it was full of alge
Added 120mm rad
GTX 1080 to replace a 780ti
Removed motherboard Waterblock.
Gtx1080 2,150mhz 34C load temps
2600k 4.6ghz 41c load temps.
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>>63726621
Lighting is a bit Bright
Otherwise fine

>>63726651
Looks like gtx480 or a GTX 580
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>>63727000
I'll always stick to air cooling because I'm too lazy for water cooling, plus I don't like the odds of slightly fucking up and having everything broken.
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sup
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>>63727209
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Needs RGB
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>>63727262
Hell no
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>>63726600

oh shit famalam
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>>63727417
I've been looking into upgrading from my 560 to a (slightly) newer card. How good are GTX 670's?
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>>63727426
>1200 watt PSU
>single CPU and GPU
god you're retarded. Pic related with 8 SSDs and 8 HDDs only pulls 900
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>>63727554
i have a 1000 watt psu with one cpu and one gpu because i wanted 1000 to
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>>63727417
>keurig
>pablo.jpg
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>>63727554
i have a 750w gold for a G4560 and a gtx770, fight me
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>>63727554
A 1200W PSU delivering 600W will be more reliable than a 600W delivering 600W.
When you have the money for it, it's a good choice.

If that's your machine, then you should have some brains, don't disappoint.
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>>63726457
I miss my 560ti 448. It was such a good card
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>>63727795
Not really, they're rated for that power delivery. Anything less than like 90% load will have minimal benefit
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>>63727817
>560 ti 448
>good
that's like saying being brutally anally raped feels good. it was about as fast as a 6970, costed nearly as much, and used more power. nvidia had to release because the regular 560 ti was getting stomped on by the 6950 and used more power than it.

but hey. back then no one gave a shit about power consumption. people didn't even care about performance. all they cared about was the logo. even today people really don't give a shit. they only use it as an excuse why they are so fanatic about nvidia. amd right now could come out with a card that face fucked nvidia and people wouldn't give a shit outside of a small faction that are actually honest.
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>>63727785
>gtx770
~210 - 250 watts of power
>G4560
30 - 65 watts

toss in everything else.
>hard, motherboard, ram, poorness
>~100watts
>total:
~385 watts out of 750. you could have easily gotten away with a 500-550 watt unit but desu the amount of power you're using, a 750 is fine even if its overkill. considering if its a good (gold doesn't mean its "good") power supply it can easily serve for other builds down the line.

at least its not a 1200 watt power supply with a i3 and a single ssd. not even a dedicated video card.
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>>63727833
Oh yes, they are "rated" for it, enjoy the 3 year warranty and the instant it brakes after the warranty ends running a 600W PSU at constant 600W load. Because they are indeed just "rated" for that.
You're still a moron.
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>>63727979
COFFFFEE LAKE

Specs

8700k delidded
GTX 1080 Ti
CL14 16GB RAM
Noctua DH-15
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>>63728406
Anyways, I don't want my computer running at 1200W if I can come by with 600W, stupid to pay more for electricity if you don't need it
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henlo /guts/
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>>63728391
well, 2 responses
1- 4chan response: fuck you nigger you were supposed to fight me this is autism

2- i had an evga 450bt first, then during the black friday sale i was thinking of buying a 550G3. they stayed around 80-90 but evga sold the 750g3 for $70 so i bought that and it's been working fine desu, definitely a good step when i get a i5 or an i7 soon. g4560 is way better than i thought it was going to be but i want i5/7 for epeen
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>>63728433
You should put a larger figurine in there to hold up your sagging card.
Also why do people watercool cpus these days when it's really the gpu that needs it.
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>>63728485
A larger figurine wouldn't help my card at all.
I'm planning to watercool a gpu later down the line as well, but I'm not watercooling a fucking 960. I'll upgrade to something like a 1070 once my budget allows it and stick a water block on that.
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>>63728409
>Noctua DH-15
What temps are you getting with that thing?
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>>63728924
>showing idle temps
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>>63728528
>>63729005

thats when its idle alot and when I game never hits above 60.

you happy now?
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hi
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Got this (((((NUC)))))) a few days ago.
Using a HDD is painful, waiting for a friend to bring me a small SSD.
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>>63725920
Whats the point of these retarded threads? Its literally pointless, just google PC parts and watch it there.
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>>63726600
looks ULTRA DURABLE
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E7400 2.8ghz OCed to 3.5ghz on Pentium D copper slug stock cooler.
2*2G+2*1G DDR2 800
EP45-UD3L
1x Hitachi 160GB sata
1x Seagate 160GB pata
1x Maxtor 160GB pata
9400GT
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>>63728486
>nzxt case
mien negro
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>>63731082
get a 4 core chink xeon for maximum speedo
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Still haven't tweaked it more, it just werks.

For the most part all it does is play DayZ, DCS World, BF4 and run firefox, so don't really need more cpu power anyway..

>>63731082
Back in 2009 as a all-AMD man I upgraded my socket 939 to a phenom2 x4 965 and overclocked to 4.1ghz on water.

Went on a trip to my old home town for a few months and bought a temporary rig locally for next to nothing; a e7400 and a p45 board, overclocked to 4ghz on air.

I was absolutely amazed by the performance, everything was way smoother than the amd.

Sold the AMD and got x58.
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Rate my 5 years old gut.
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>>63733254
jungle out of ten
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>>63728430
PSU's DONT WORK THAT WAY DUMBSHIT
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>>63731082
Get a better cooler, some good fast ram, and fucking floor it. Those LGA 775 Gigabyte boards could really overclock.
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If anyone here has a 775 prebuilt, there's a very good chance you can use SetFSB to overclock it, but it's only software overclock so it goes off every time you shut down the PC

t. OP with T3400 prebuilt
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>>63729073
>didn't specify if it was overclocked or not
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>>63725920

Looking into an Gigabyte 1080itx, def staying at 1080p tho.
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>>63733632
>CLC

*puke*
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>>63727979
What motherboard is that? and what bios are you on?
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>>63733639
Easiest way to simulate a large tower cooler in a case with no room for such. Not like I or anyone else for that matter knows unless I tell them.
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>>63733648
>he can't tell its an aorus
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>>63727979
Wow that is a very nice build.
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>>63728486
Props on taking it outside for the lighting.
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>>63733627
yes its overclocked you, at 5.0 ghz to be exact
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>>63733784
Which mobo is that?
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>>63733531
Really don't want to invest more into this ancient dead platform, most I'd do is swap out the 9400GT for whatever I can obtain for free or pennies.
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>>63733826
At least get a better cooler. Any halfway decent modern tower cooler can mount to 775 and 115x, and would do a far better job at cooling than the Pentium D slug cooler.
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>>63733648
its a gigabyte z370 gaming 7. on bios f5e since that was the latest bios available when i put it all together last week.
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>>63733919
I gotta admit it's quite a nice looking rig. Did you make that window panel yourself? As far as i remember that is originally some fan mesh shit.

What vidya do you play?
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>>63725920
/g/uts

PSU has been changed to an RM750x, but otherwise its the same.
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>>63733797
ASUS Strix-E Z370
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>>63731736
the autism is strong in you i see.
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>>63730987
have you tried not being autistic and just using a regular computer?
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>>63731155
>look ma', i put the cpu cooler fan on the opposite side!
>look at me ma'! I'm pulling xD
>so edgy on 4chaners xD
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>>63725920
XPS 430?
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>>63734288
Dell Precision T3400 with a Q6700
SetFSB pushes it to 3.05GHz
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>>63733944
>Did you make that window panel yourself?
ya i did. it came with a mesh panel like you stated with 200mm fan mounting holes. which the fan is impractical to use if you use a tower cooler like i am. cooler master for awhile was selling an optional transparent top lid but by the time i picked up the case, they stopped production of it. so i just picked up a 1/8 12 x 12 piece of acrylic off of amazon for $10 and cut it myself with my jigsaw.

right now i'm mostly playing a heavily modded skyrim special edition, pubg, rust, and heavily modded fallout 4.
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>>63731736
kek

>triple-channel
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>>63731554
>is that a server PSU?
>6 slots for RAM, 4 filled
>SCSI ports and is that miniPCI eXpress?
>Styrofoam mounting for the IDE HDD and SCSI HDD with IDE adapter?
Ok, I gotta ask, is that fucking RAM in the miniPCI eXpress port?
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>>63733919
I ask about the bios mainly because it seems like gigabyte's gaming series has a propensity to brick itself sometimes.
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>>63734904
not op but nehalem was a triple channel platform. you would be an absolute idiot for not taking advantage of triple channel.
>hurr dual channel is all you need!
>why u need more than single???????!!!111
not all of us are autistic twats like you.
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>>63735393
oh i understand that. i had a z170 gigabyte board back when skylake was the latest and greatest and every 5-6 reboots would cause the bios to corrupt itself and needed cmos cleared to reset it. ended up replacing it with a asus board where two sata ports killed themselves in a single month.... which i replaced with another asus board where i couldn't go past 1801 bios and all bioses after that because they caused my ram to run unstable.

i've learned they're all equally shit when it comes to bios. though asus does have the prettier bios.. but that doesn't make it more stable. i remember when asus had a bios that would fry the cpu because it had a nasty voltage bug when running in offset mode. i think it was either x99 or z170. i know right now with their z370 boards they're having llc issues.

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?96709-LLC-(Load-Line-Calibration)-not-working-Bios-fix-required-ASAP

i had a 1800x and a crosshair vi hero before i picked up my 8700k and asus had a nasty SoC voltage bug that would fry the embedded controller on the crosshair if voltage was higher than 1.0v. what's funny is that asus was auto defaulting to 1.15v's at the time for any dram ration above 2666. yeah, they fried A LOT of people's boards. even jay2centz was hit by it. took them a month to fix it. and even after the fix they still have the bug but now only if you go above 1.25v's on the SoC but they recommend not going above 1.20v's to be "safe."
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>>63735399
kek
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>>63730987
Well you'll be waiting a long time, since you have no friends.
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>>63730987
why the fuck did you use triple parentheses on a fucking Intel Nuc
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>>63734191
I am. The NUC is for my grandma who only needs a web browser and a few other simple things.
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>>63736527
>is for my grandma
>Using a HDD is painful, waiting for a friend to bring me a small SSD
Why contradict yourself kid? If its for your grandma to web browse an HDD is more than fast enough. You're just a dumb cuck.
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Just upgraded my guts today
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>>63735262
>miniPCI eXpress

U wot m8? That's a Pentium 1 era machine.
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>>63736575
Why do you have the cables routed along the front? Also you couldn't straighten and tighten the gpu cables up? Simple things that ruin the entire look.
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>>63736638
oh yeah. had to replace noctua fans with stock nzxt ones due to them not working for some reason.

any recommendation for good 140mm fans for radiators?
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>>63736565
Why would I *not* put a SSD in there if it's free? She might not care much about boot speed (although she does), but she surely doesn't need 500 GB of HDD space, I'd rather use that for backups.
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I think you confuse my LED strip for a cable. Also, I literally couldn't help the GPU cable, stubborn as fuck.
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>>63736679
You're autistic as hell dude.
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>>63726600
Checked.
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>>63736757
I got you, I never seen led cables like that in a case. lol https://www.amazon.com/Phanteks-Extension-Cable-Length-PH-CB-CMBO_BK/dp/B01G7VS21E/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1512687020&sr=8-5&keywords=pc+extension+cable+kit Just fork over the $30
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>>63727979
Case model? I know it's Cooler Master but I can only find ones with a mesh top online
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OP here, have any of you had experience with a Dell Precision T3400 before?
Mine stopped posting last night right after I started the thread and I'm stumped trying to fix it.
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>>63736807
Are you upset by my grandma getting a better computer than yours or something?
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>>63736950
oh yah dude, enjoy your little cube. I'm jealous
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>>63729095
Why did you put your GPU in the bottom slot?
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>>63736824
Ehhh, maybe when I'll upgrade the 970. Personally that card is the worst eyesore of my setup, along with lack of front panel I'll fix once Fractal gets meshify panels in stock.
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>>63728430
Are you retarded?
Are you aware of how current works?
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>>63737379
i really don't know
i don't see a downside to it tho
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>>63736586
Well, it looks too short to be PCI, WAY too short to be ISA, so I dunno what I'm looking at.
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>>63726600
>don't want it to be better than mine even though it is

fuck you
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recently upgraded to a 8700k and some better RAM too
games suddenly started reaching 60 fps again.
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OP here.
My 560 just died lol
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>>63727209
>Gigabyte board
>Asus IDE cable
REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Just kidding. I like that you have the MIDI port cable connected. I also never felt like removing the paper from those Asus ribbon cables.
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>>63727255
Finally somebody with as nice cable management as me.

>>63727233
Did you screw the HDDs only from one side? That would totally bug me nonstop, if I did that. You know, what if something happens to the animus? (Or more importantly, to the hardware, cuz I'm extremely stingy.)
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>>63731736
*vomits*
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>>63736638
>daisy chaining not one, but two house fire gpu's
its like you want to burn down your house.
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>>63739915
hey man, whatever kills me faster
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>>63725920
guts r8/h8

waiting for volta before i upgrade my gpu's.
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>>63740108
kek what is that video card mehmet
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R8, H8, Discrimin8

R7 1700x
120mm Deepcool AIO
MSI B350 GPC
32gb 3200mhz gskill jipjaw DDR4
Gigabyte Windforce 6gb 1060 GPU
2tb Crucial SSD (Plus 2tb 7200rpm Hitachi)
750w Thermaltake Gold+ Modular/RGB PSU
In a Deepcool Dukase Liquid

Total cost: $1200, shit mobo tho can't get a stable OC
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Sorry for the mess. Testing with a known good PSU at the moment.. also my loop is probably criminally bad, but whatever.
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>>63739465
Are.. are you running an OC, or is that just the stock cooler struggling?
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>>63740132
It's a gigabyte gtx760
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>>63731736
There aren't even zip-ties on your bar fittings. You are either very brave, or certifiably insane.
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>>63740210
Actually I'm not seeing a rad either. Was this image a joke?
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>>63727554
I know it's unavoidable most of the time, but I cringe every time I see a dual-processor system where one CPU vents directly into the other.

90% of the reason my next server will be a water loop in a rackmount. Hoping for dual Opteron 6386 SE.

Also the temps on that one GPU must be pretty brutal under load.
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>>63728024
Yeah, I honestly don't get it. So far I've had the following.

Intel HD 4000
GeForce Go 7600 x2
Radeon HD 4550
Radeon HD 5670
Radeon HD 6870
GTX 770

After going through all of these, I honestly do tend to go back to AMD after Vega 64 gets a successor. The 7600 desoldered itself twice in under years (see bumpgate), and fucking Kepler requires a flipping compositor just to prevent tearing. Sure, the Radeon cards aren't flawless, but they usually don't come with senseless bullshit.
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>>63727517
Why are you looking to stay that old? Usually prices stay high enough that low end cards from the latest line are well worth it.

Not judging, just curious if you knew this.
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>>63727000
You're wasting your money spoiled brat
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>>63740345
If he's earning money and putting it towards something he wants, how is it a waste? Money is made to be spent, after all.
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>>63727000
Pretty, though I think the sound of that waterfall would drive me insane.
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>>63733653
That case has plenty of ventilation to do a pull-only build. I had a smiliar build but with a Shurikan and it was whisper quiet with a delidded 7700 at stock.

Shame I don't have any pictures of it before the Gigabyte motherboard kicked the bucket. Lesson learned.
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>>63739536
>Did you screw the HDDs only from one side?
Actually yes, since it's a laptop HDD.
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>>63740343
Older cards are usually inexpensive. RX 560s used are still well over 100$
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>>63740627
You must know an excellent source. Nice job!
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>>63725920
Hey /g/uys
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>>63740960
>hey bought into the poozen meme
>sli 1080's
>32gb of GSKILL GAMER TITAN TRIDENT WATER ram
>i'm a hero cause i got a hero asus board!
>aio meme
>actually benchmarks
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>>63740210
I use bitspower fittings with a size too small tubing, no zipties needed. Actually, I started doing that in 2010 and haven't had a leak since.

>>63740219
It's a cube case, rad, res, psu and drives on the other side.
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>>63740164
Shit, that looks rad. Pic without the test psu?

Me btw >>63731736

Btw, those ax860i's... I wonder what they did with those, multiple people I know have had them either just die, or fry their gpu or become unstable.

I had one, but sold it in frigten.

My old hx1000 and hx650 from 7-8 years ago is still rockin as if there were no tomorrow.

Fuckin corsair.
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>>63741401
1. Waaaaah AMD
2. It's just a single 1080ti now, but imma keep posting this
3. It's just some generic g.skills ram, what's the issue here
Not even gonna bother with the rest, looks like you're just pissy and spouting nonsense.
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>>63741665
glad to see you enjoy buying pseudo gold plated shit. they can't even give you the decency of giving you actual gold plated shit.
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>>63741707
No idea what you're talking about buddy, maybe try counting to ten. Did someone hurt you? Do you wanna talk about it?
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>>63741731
Alright I understand, have a good night try and sleep well.
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My main computer. Really wish this case had a power supply shroud. Still, it's fairly tidy I think.

i7 4790k@4.7Ghz, 16GB DDR3/2400, GTX 1080ti.
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>>63741803

Secondary computer. It's a HP Z420 workstation. I think it's kinda neat on the inside. Everything is just a little different. Odd heat sink design, memory fan for only half the slots, PSU only has 12 volt rails, etc.

This has a Xeon e5-1650, 6 core, 12 threads @ 3.5Ghz, 8GB of ECC memory (don't know the speed offhand), and I threw in a GTX 1050ti.
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>>63741803
i too like poop
>>63741843
interesting. i see the cpu heatsink heat pipes extend the fins to the side. any reasons why?
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>>63742098

Not really sure. It's odd, though.

Another quirk of this system is it seems to throttle down the fan when the CPU is under load to keep it at 80c. So even between 50% load and 100% load it stays around 80c.
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>>63742163
jeeze they really went for silent over temperature. i guess 80c is fine in terms of max temperature limit, but that's a tad to high for my liking.
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>>63740345
It's a hobby, son




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