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    Quote Originally Posted by Adham View Post
    whoa seems like u improved ur pc alot
    That's an understatement, I think Kenny has rebuilt his whole computer LOL. Great job Kenny, the Waco is awesome on your build.

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    As always, nice work. What fans are you using?
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    Thanks All!!

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Looks like it will be a very nice build when you're through. You seem to be getting a lot of use out of those two GTX-460s.
    Yup, These are great cards.. Under water they perform awesome.. however on air, they were the not the greatest cards since they are heat monsters and power hungry....
    But they have performed so well that I haven't really found a need to change them yet... BTW they are the GTX 470s.

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    As always, nice work. What fans are you using?
    I am using the Gentle Typhoons AP-15... Great fans..

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    I am using the GTX 480s ( Tri-SLI) MSI Twin Frozr 11s in one of my rigs and they are fine. Power hungry as you said and they run hot.

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    Default Re: Z77 - 800D Build Log

    Nice! Yea, the older GTX 470 and 480 are known for there heat and hungry power consumption, But they work great.
    I have 4 of these cards all under water. These were originally part of my TRI SLI in one system but I decided to just to do SLI. I put the other card aside for now and will be using it on my test bench later on.. and I still have one installed in another system and haven't failed me in the last 2 years.

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    Really nice work Kenny! Waiting to see the completion........

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    Great job looking good I only wish someone would come out with a GPU block that looked as good on the top as it does on the bottom
    were you cant see it lol! same thing with the stock coolers they make them pretty and there underneath were you cant see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Great job looking good I only wish someone would come out with a GPU block that looked as good on the top as it does on the bottom
    were you cant see it lol! same thing with the stock coolers they make them pretty and there underneath were you cant see them.
    Agreed! I thought about looking for the back plates for these cards, but I haven't really found one I really liked.

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    Default Re: Z77 - 800D Build Log

    Got my 800D Rig completed over this past weekend. I had some problems with drivers at first but figured is all out and here are some final pics of the rig (snapped these while I was just finishing up), I didn't end up getting the sleeved cables like I wanted.I may do its later down the line, but for now the stock cables from the AX1200 will do.
    I got her up and running now, I added some more items to the list, I am running 4 2TB hard drives in the hot swap bay in raid. also a 1TB WD Black for programs and a 120GB Kingston HyperX 3k SSD.

    I also have the 2600k OC to 4.2Ghz for 24/7 run with temps idling around 35-38c and load temps no higher then 65c at full load, GPU's stay about 55c at full load. Fans are only at 30% power to keep the rig nice and quiet.
    Ill post some benches later...

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    Very nice, Kenny! Did you get a new window yet? If not, you should look into getting one with a light grey tint to it. I think it would look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Very nice, Kenny! Did you get a new window yet? If not, you should look into getting one with a light grey tint to it. I think it would look great.
    I did, I just replaced it with the same clear one. If your wondering why he's asking while working on the rig I dropped my side panel of my table and it landed on the corners of a metal chair and cracked the plexi.
    Quick run to home depot and fixed the problem. I found the exact same thickness and drilled the mounting holes exactly how the factory one is so If I didn't tell you, you wouldn't know I even replaced it.. lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    I did, I just replaced it with the same clear one. If your wondering why he's asking while working on the rig I dropped my side panel of my table and it landed on the corners of a metal chair and cracked the plexi.
    Quick run to home depot and fixed the problem. I found the exact same thickness and drilled the mounting holes exactly how the factory one is so If I didn't tell you, you wouldn't know I even replaced it.. lolz
    Glad it worked out so easily. Looking forward to some benchmarks. It's a very clean build. Don't think you should bother with the sleeved cables unless you come upon some extra cash. There are better things to spend $100 on like saving toward that 660Ti!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Glad it worked out so easily. Looking forward to some benchmarks. It's a very clean build. Don't think you should bother with the sleeved cables unless you come upon some extra cash. There are better things to spend $100 on like saving toward that 660Ti!
    Yea, I am working on getting that card.

    Here are some SS of my Coretemp and CPUz running IBT on high for 20 runs.. Passed with flying colors, but I still need to run prime..
    I also played BF3 for a little while tonight and didn't crash so that's a good sign. Normally if I have a unstable OC BF3 is the first one to crash it..


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    Great job Kenny,it looks absolutely stunning!

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    Wow Nice Build Kenny! 800D is always a good case for watercooling, have to admit those colored tubes is dead sexy! Now time to put some MDPC sleeves on them as a finishing touch

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    Looks great my man no need to change anything

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