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The 6700k overclocked VERY well. It took 5.0ghz without touching voltage and was stable. The 1070 hybrid took anything you could throw at it, even with an aggressive overclock, and never broke 42c. One thing to note, the hoses on the AIO for both the cpu and the gpu were quite stiff and were a bit difficult to maneuver. Unfortunately, this caused me to have to mount the 1070 Hybrid's radiator with the fittings at the top. This is not ideal as it causes air bubbles to collect at the top of said radiator and get pulled until the cpu block, generating a bit of noise from time to time. Honestly, this case was just too big. It requires extensions for almost half of the components. It was built with the idea of adding a custom water loop later down the road. Overall, this build preformed exceptionally well. Every component that could be overclocked was pushed to it's limit and is still running today.

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  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Is this still your build or did you upgrade anything?

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

This is still my build. I found a killer deal about 6 months ago for a GTX 1080 FE cheap and replaced the 1070 hybrid with it. I also just recently put a Accelero Xtreme IV on the 1080. Other than that, it's just been additional hard drives.