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    Default Re: Z77 - 800D Build Log

    The 650 looks so tiny,is it really that small or is the pic just deceiving?

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    The 650s not bad, it's a great littlr case, I did that review also, but when we updated the site in August, every ones reviews went under Jake's name. I had dual GTX590s installed with plenty of room left over between the end of the card and the drive cage, if I'm not mistaken I believe it was at least 2-3".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    The 650s not bad, it's a great littlr case, I did that review also, but when we updated the site in August, every ones reviews went under Jake's name. I had dual GTX590s installed with plenty of room left over between the end of the card and the drive cage, if I'm not mistaken I believe it was at least 2-3".
    LAMO! Stan, I think he was talking about the GTX650 I added to my system along side my GTX670. Not the Corsair 650D..

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    lol Hey, I've been sick for 3 days, no sleep, I thoght he was talking about the Corsair 650D. I used one of the Gigabyte GTX670s for PhysX with the two EVGA GTX680s, but he is right, the 650s are small cards
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    Stan, hope you're feeling better soon. We need someone to pick on here,..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    lol Hey, I've been sick for 3 days, no sleep, I thoght he was talking about the Corsair 650D. I used one of the Gigabyte GTX670s for PhysX with the two EVGA GTX680s, but he is right, the 650s are small cards
    lolz.. its ok old man!!

    Yea, In my 800D I used a Ref. Design GTX670, and the card is small also, so the 650 went real nice with it...
    The GTX670's in my other system use the GTX680 PCB, so the cards are much larger..

    I am still not happy about the loop set-up right now in my TH10, I am still trying to make adjustments here and there to get it right where I want it.
    There just to much tubing, and I am trying to fix that.
    With the 900D right around the Corner, I may eventually change the 800D to a 900D for better Rad Support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    The 650s not bad, it's a great littlr case, I did that review also, but when we updated the site in August, every ones reviews went under Jake's name. I had dual GTX590s installed with plenty of room left over between the end of the card and the drive cage, if I'm not mistaken I believe it was at least 2-3".
    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    LAMO! Stan, I think he was talking about the GTX650 I added to my system along side my GTX670. Not the Corsair 650D..
    LMAO...when i read Stans post i had no idea what he was going on about so i just left it alone knowing he had been sick but now i see what you were talking about! I almost pissed my pants i LOL'd so hard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    That's killer.
    It should work great.

    Sam, the Phys-X is a NVIDIA option.
    Having a separate card for Phys-X processing leaves the primary card with much less load on it, improving performance.

    If there is an AMD card in the system, Phys-X will not work.
    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    What Neil has already said, its for nVidia cards, Having a separate card for physX calculation will help the primary card to process the data it needs without robbing performance from it.
    While most of today's modern card can handle the physX and processing on a single card. Having a dedicated card IMO is much better leaving the raw power for the primary GPU to perform to its full potential, basically not sharing it with anything else.

    The other reason I did this was to also run my 2x19" Dell Monitors off it, this way I am not putting more load on my GTX670 and leaving all the power on its own. I am seeing better performance this way.. Since I am not running my 2x19" in surround mode, it didn't matter. however, like my TH10 build where I run all 3 of my 24" Asus monitors in surround mode to get 5760x1080 resolution, I can't do that set-up. However I am looking to add a GTX650 so that set-up so I can run physX of it. That is if I can find another good deal on a GTX650.

    I got the EVGA one for a steal on eBay.

    For a more detailed explaination of this read here: PhysX - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Thanks for the explanation guys. Makes sense now.
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    Kenny, can we see some pics of this rig with the new cards and window on the case? Thanks.
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    I don't have any taken with my DSLR since I didn't move the system to my garage for the change. I drained the loop and swapped everything out in my room, Here are some I took with my iPhone.

    Sorry for the crappy flash, this rig is way to heavy for me to carry down stairs to get pics. Plus the rig stays on 24/7. I think the last time turn it off was to change the graphics card. before that, I think had been on for more then few months without turning it off.

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    Looks awesome Kenny. I love this build.
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    Kenny, you need to add a sleeved cable kit from Corsair for the AX1200, I might have a brand new kit around here someplace, and I believe it's sleeved in blue, so it would match your tubing. If I have a chance I'll look for it this week, I order the kit the same time I ordered the red kit that I used in the first 810 build.

    As far as your GTX670s, I thought you had a couple of Gigabyte Windforce GTX670s , like I'm using in the build I'm doing for Gigabyte ?

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    Kenny, you need to add a sleeved cable kit from Corsair for the AX1200, I might have a brand new kit around here someplace, and I believe it's sleeved in blue, so it would match your tubing. If I have a chance I'll look for it this week, I order the kit the same time I ordered the red kit that I used in the first 810 build.

    As far as your GTX670s, I thought you had a couple of Gigabyte Windforce GTX670s , like I'm using in the build I'm doing for Gigabyte ?

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    I have the blue sleeving kit from corsair already for the AX1200, its sitting in the box. Didn't have a chance to break down the rig to change out the cables.
    I can't have my 800D rig down long since its one of the rigs I use to do my reviews on and also my media server right now while I am in the process of rebuilding a custom NAS. (old one took a crap)
    I have the Gigabyte GTX670s on my TH10 build, which is my i7 3820 system, not in my 800D. I have those in SLI...

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    Default Re: Z77 - 800D Build Log

    Updates: 04/17/2013

    Just some updates that will be happening with the 800D Soon.
    No major component changes, but waterloop changes.

    I have the XSPC Raystorm block coming soon to replace the Apogee XT Rev.2 block. While the XT block still performs great, the flow restriction has started to bother me a little and even with my D5 pump at speed 5. The Raystorm, based on most reviews I have read, perform slightly better then the XT, but the main diff is the much better flow rate you get with it.

    During this time, I am also going to break down the rig and install some new tubing (again). I got a new batch from Primochill and want to use it. It will still be blue, but thinking of mixing it up with some green.
    I will also add the AX1200 Blue Sleeved cables that I have had for almost a year now..

    Also going to add the Nzxt Hue during this time.

    Of course a complete dust out of the rig, it's pretty nasty right now with dust, even tho I try to dust it out once every 6 months or so.

    The Loop now will consist of mostly XSPC parts once the update is done. My GPU already has a the XSPC blocks on it and Rad are XSPC.

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    Default Re: Z77 - 800D Build Log

    Great job Kenny

    I love the XSPC Raystorm for my 2600K. I went from the EK Full Copper High Flow and noticed a 3-4 degree difference. I also purchased the aluminum bracket just in case I wanted to swap out the Acetal Bracket, but I like the blue leds that are plugged into the Acetal. I need to get my pictures of my system uploaded.

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    Default Re: Z77 - 800D Build Log

    Nice Kenny,cant wait to see updated pics!

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