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Artic White C70 Vengance 4770k 780 Ti Build

by everlast46



CPU Clock Rate


CPU Temperature While Idle

28.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

50.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate


GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate


GPU Temperature While Idle

30.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

75.0° C


Replaced c70 side panel with smoked panel from Mnpctech. I hate the fan holes on the stock one. Parts fit together well and color scheme held throughout except the motherboard. Why couldn't it have been blue? The acx 780 ti is a beast and overclocks really well and temps never go above 78C even with a heavy oc 1280Mhz. I added and evga backplate to protect the pcb and cause it looks pretty sleek. Highly recommend that card. However it might cause issues for small or poor airflow cases since it puts more hot air into your case compared to the reference ti cooler which exhaust out the back.

May Upgrade to a 840 ssd in the future or Maxwell when it comes out, but pretty content for now.

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juheebus 1 Build 4 points 20 months ago

EVGA should really include backplates on their cards... anyway nice build! How does the nzxt hue look through the smoked window? Is it bright enough?

everlast46 submitter 4 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

The smoked is pretty dark. In hindsight it maybe a bit to dark for the hue. Need the brightness set at one of the higher 3 settings to make it work. With the clear panel even the lowest setting was more than enough.

YodelingTerror 1 point 20 months ago

Fancy! +1

xx116xx 3 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Very very nice!!!

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Catalyzer 1 Build 1 point 20 months ago

White - blue combination really goes well with aesthetics Also , the gfx card is a beast , more than enough for 4-5 Years

Retroman 1 point 20 months ago

totally **** +1

ImElkay 1 Build 1 point 20 months ago

Why not get something like the Gigabyte Z87x-UD3H? It's blue and (I think) close to the same quality and feature wise?

everlast46 submitter 4 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Yea I was looking at that board to its a great board but the msi was $50 cheaper so I couldn't resist.

Suhrene 1 Build 1 point 20 months ago

Very nice build, but could use a touch up on cable management as I know for a fact that the c70 has really nice cable management. +1

leftyrojas430 1 Build 1 point 20 months ago

EXCELLENT!!! Was it hard installing the window? What did you have to do?

everlast46 submitter 4 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

No was pretty easy to install came with the spacing washers so just had to unscrew old one pop it out and line up holes on the new one and was good to go.

Jwood013 1 Build 1 point 20 months ago

There is a blue version of this motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130643

It's almost identical in specs, you'd just have to go with an Ivy Bridge CPU instead.

Gfederico2000 1 point 20 months ago

I would just work on the cable management, but otherwise nice build and +1 from me.

TexasTrev 1 Build 0 points 20 months ago

Nice build. I wouldn't sweat a larger SSD for a long time. Unless money is no object... Then, yes, larger, faster, better!

Seriously though, I like this for the $$

Vince7196 -1 points 20 months ago

For gamers what parts do you recommend for an amd gaming build (budget is 1500) usd

xxKuroMeista 2 Builds 0 points 20 months ago

You can look at my build. Its about 400 dollars over your budget (if I post the real this it will be over 2000 dollars cause of my external audio interface and Cardio Mic, not to mention the 150 dollars worth of fans), but just add and subtract what you need. If you already have a 1080p monitor then you wouldn't need what I have. For graphics cards you can get GTX 760s cheaper than my Asus HD 7970 Matrix Platinum. For motherboards, you can get cheaper motherboards too. I have a personal obsession with ROG, hence the motherboard and graphics card. Also you obviously won't need 32 Gigs of RAM.

For cases just choose what you like. I suggest NZXT because of their cable management system and on board Fan controller. DO NOT choose CoolerMaster cases. They have almost no space for cable management. Even if their case is made of metal, its made from cheap metal (deformed some of my screw holes when I was changing out fans, I never had this problem with my other cases). For SSD get at least 120GB, my 50GB SSD was bought long time ago.

Oh and you don't need Windows Ultimate. Because of college I got that for free, that is why I use it.