What kind of clocks are you pushing?
No step on snek pls
AGP?? This thing really IS old!
Actually made me chuckle. You'll go far in life.
Yeah, the 8350 is definitely starting to show its age.
Supermicro has quad-socket Xeon boards in their lineup.
I recently added a Quadro M4000 to my build. I run games on my primary GPU and simultaneously run F@H on the Quadro with no performance impact. Parallelization is my friend.
Love the bends, but those pump PWM wires are making my teeth itch.
This. I dig this.
Flow direction. I was drunk when I typed that.
Those are some of the best tubing bends I've seen in a long time.
That is a very odd fan layout.
I had a Z87 mobo paired with my 4790K at one point, and it got me to 5 GHz+ on water. For anybody wondering about Z87/97 compatibility.
YES! Another physicist on here! +1
YESSS!!! Fellow gun enthusiasts! +1
Cable stitching is the way to go.
MASSIVE thumbs up!
Asus has excellent OC presets from my experience. Just select your clock and F10 out of the BIOS.
ASrock does the strangest things with their boards. They give it the nomenclature "EXTREME" and yet no on-board WiFi, a mediocre rear I/O layout, and only 5-phase power delivery. At least the price of the board is very competitive in terms of what you get.
Anyway, nice build.
Having a 6900K with no overclock is a cardinal sin, you know...
The STH-10 isn't a case as much as it is a house.
That's a real nice I/O shield you got there, boy, dun tell you whut.
I'm in the same boat. Have a 980 Ti but waiting for a 1080 Ti. Hopefully EVGA's Step-up program comes through for me.
(That is all.)
Yeah, I remember my old Core 2 Duo. Investing in aftermarket cooling is a must.
It's been forever and a day since I've seen a build done in this case.
Didn't yo mama ever teach you not to put yo mobo on the ESD bag?
Do what I do and use a RAM disk for editing. That 128 GB of 3200 MHz memory will be worth its weight in gold. I know because I use one in my machine.
EEEEeeek! It even has a zip drive! [nerdgasm]
All you need now is a SCSI card and to actually give those old drives some connectivity and you'll give me childhood flashbacks.
Builds like these need more recognition.
Pics or it didn't happen!
Now that right there is some damn fine tube routing; something I can appreciate.
"Alpha Centauri" (You're welcome)
Two 760s and a 5960X here. It's horribly disproportionate, and I feel no shame for it.
+1 for 'Murica
Interesting mod I haven't seen in a long time. Might I recommend the Be Quiet! Silent Wings 80mm fans for your proposed intakes.
At first I thought I was going borderline blind... but then I was relieved to know it was just that the photos were horrendous.
You should have gotten the 5930K and then another 980 Ti. I have the 5960X and use CAD programs and editing platforms all the time and it's still overkill for my practical purposes.
Every time you buy a crappy power supply, an electrical engineer cries.
Ordinarily, but I will refer you to the law of diminishing return. You could put 30 Noctuas in a Caselabs case and you'd be no better off than you would if you had five of them. In this Silencio case, the two included fans actually worked just fine and were surprisingly quiet. In a standard size case, though, your cards will be screaming with two fans.
It's a single-fan card trying to cool an AMD chip. It's practically a hair dryer (not exaggerating!).
Anybody have the link for that one .gif of the guy's face melting off?
Back when the 800D was the enthusiast WC chassis.
And by this of course I mean PSU side.
Incredible. Could we possible get a look of her backside? [chuckle]
H105 on a Pentium? I had better damn well see some screenshots of that thing going past 5 GHz in the near future...
I think that's CLU. At least that's the only metallic TIM I've ever seen.
MSI Afterburner is like crack cocaine for my GPUs.
I remember those days well. Back when a quad core set you back well over $1000 and 4 GB of memory was workstation-grade insanity.
Back in '08 I had the AMD Phenom X4, 8 GB of memory (which back then was ridiculous), dual 8800 GTX cards, and the Antec 300. Back when I was an AMD fanboy because they didn't suck. Those were great times.
Then two years later my hackjob watercooling loop sprung a leak after a near-miss fender bender sent my tower from the back seat into the dash, killing everything except one GPU and the CPU of all things. Now the build just lives on in my memory...
And now a few months ago I killed a GTX 980 with my custom loop. I now air cool lol.