Okay, so updated my wires in the first photo and the machine runs brilliantly!
Thanks for the feedback guys, its in much better order now.
Any requests for specific tests, feel free to ask.
Do a bit more cable management, but overall it's quite good.
Yup, I agree but I don't know what specifically needs to be reworked. It's my first build
Moved the ugly fan wire to a spot at the top and removed the thermo sensors as they are not really necessary in my opinion but I might add them back for testing purposes. I also reshaped the water cooling pipes give it a more dynamic feel. Also took the blue protective caps off the titan
the wire below the gpu are the main eyesores since you cleaned up the fan cable. you might be able to tuck the cable behind the mobo a little. i'm sure you'll figure something out +1
Done, check the updated photo of the wires
More and more Sabertooths by the day, I'm lovin it!
My brother got a last Gen sabertooth and gave it very good marks so I followed suit. It's a nice mobo
Good decision. I have the same board as you, and I give it a 10/10. You'll love it once it's running.
Looks good but your cable management is not great.
How about now?
Looks WONDERFUL!! Good job!
If you look at my rig (on my profile), I also did the exact same thing lol.
How can I improve it? I removed the dangling thermo sensors
Agreed on messy cable management. Your FP audio cable can be threaded through the power supply cutout for example. You just gotta get creative. With those parts you should be able to have virtually no visible cables dangling over your motherboard.
That case is kinda old lol.
Updated cables, thoughts?
Great Build +1
Looks nice, I hope this powerhouse of a pc will help you in your workstation needs.
Do you run any games on 4K? Or do some rendering? Good build though!
I plan on picking up an acer z35. Map compiling in unreal and rendering in Maya
ya man, really cool build. you dropped 3 G's on this bad boy; you deserve it looking pristine. there are guides and vids and whatnot to help with cable management ideas. again, awesome build, not trying to be negative. an hour or so of tinkering and she will be super clean : )
Updated the wires!
very nice sir. looking great! enjoy it...that card must really be something huh?
So far so good, it's in a box as I am moving and has only a few runtime hours but it's something else.
I aim to pair it with an 8 core when Intel refreshes their chips
Absolutely SICK build man, definite props to you. If you do any overclocking on the CPU or the Titan, you have to give us the details. I plan on building a rig rather similar to this and I'd really like some info on what the experience with this kind of system is.
"First build guys what did I do wrong"? -- You didn't give me that titan x :L
How much fps are you running on 4k?
Looks good, nice job. I'm in the process of building something similar and can't decide on what mobo I really want. What made you go with the sabertooth? I read on specs it doesn't have wifi(not many boards do actually)? Do you have any means of using wifi with this build out of curiosity?
Unreal Engine 4 (only uses a single GPU), Maya (Cuda Cores) and other such game development tools
I'll boot it once I load windows to a USB tonight , added a few more. Anything specific? I have a zoom, macro, ultra wide and fish eye lenses
Better what? Lol would you like studio photos?
He hate us cause he ain't us
Thats what I always say
I have lots of clear pictures of my new cable management and would appreciate supportive encouraging comments vs negative and lame references. Thanks for your interest however, I hope you find pleasure in what I'll upload shortly
Pics are better but it needs a backplate
What does and why?
Thanks man, that was the goal. A workstation style build