the only thing I would change is I would go with two GTX780's it is 24/7 stable at 4.4 Ghz on the processor and 1200 Mhz on the GPU
Oh sweet baby Jesus.. :O
Also, why'd you get Win7 Ultimate?
win7 ultimate was needed to support 32GB of ram
dont need ultimate to use 32GB of ram any 64bit os will do ;)
Windows 7 Home Premium is limited to 16GB.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa366778(v=vs.85).aspx read through this and see
still didnt "need" ultimate for 32gigs, professional woulda sufficed, i think its a little cheaper aswell.
Didn't even realise
Win7 Pro would have been fine, and Hey l13199l, I remember watching you build your PC. Without a shirt... xD.
Hey chief, it's been a long time since I seen you around here
Same here, do yo even know how to use the extra features that come with windows ultimate, airman?
Why not Win7?
I think he's speaking more of the Ultimate than of Windows 7 or 8.
I had a bulk purchase of licenses from a while ago laying around and used one
Oh wow that looks amazing! I have a love for red and black themed builds :D
I also like how you picked the 4670k over an i7. Great processor in my opinion.
Nice build my friend. How do like that water cooler? Thinking of adding it to my rig. Great job.
Love it, it does exactly what I wanted it to do
I like the build. I really like the corsair cases and think the 4670k is a great chip for 99% of users.
I think 32GB is way overkill though. 8GB is more then enough.
I hope to do a custom loop one day.
I have a couple of friends that are pretty heavy into audio and video creation and they find more RAM really helps
Nice, but the mixed clear/red tubing and case badges on the power supply kinda kill it :(
the clear and red colored tubing are meant to emulate a heart with venous and arterial blood flow hence the name the badges where a sticking point for me I wanted to cover the PSU logo though
Wow nice looking and great parts! +1
Why are you using the stock mobo water block?...It contains aluminium which easily corrodes :(
According to Asus, it's anodized. Some people trust it, some people don't
^ I wouldn't trust it, personally.
I have never had a reason not to trust an ASUS product as advertised never had any warranty issues with them either
sweet jesus that is sexy
I love that cpu block.
Thousand W power supply seems fairly overkill, even with that aggresive o/c. Guessing your going to move to sli eventually though, which makes absolute sense to go with large wattage. Question is, Did you actually get toshiba hdd's? Can't argue with the price but they're not that reputable. Otherwise an absolute beauty you should be proud of. that aluminum waterblock is friggin sexy, forget the naysayers! enjoy
yes SLI is in the future and I have been running Toshibas for a while (years) and never had any issues with them
Do you have anything to do with HeartBleed?
nope an unlucky set of timing for me to finish this with the parts coming in about four months after I ordered some of them
meh nice parts and i agree that a second 780 would have been better but for me the cooling has made an empty case look messy and those stickers look like a five year old applied them call me pedantic but on a £1700+ build id expect more
this is what i mean
I think you're the only one that thinks that about the water cooling, but I completely agree with you on the stickers. They look horrid.
did you see my edit?
I appreciate your feedback and will look to mange my cables (your rig) and use hard line in the future WTF it is soft hose