Agreed, it's changed my life.
Will do, thanks for the advice!
Well according to the most up to date workbook, there is actually no time requirement, though I'm already keeping a log in Exel for all my hours. Thanks for the tip though!
Congrats on Eagle! I'm doing my project this summer, but just curious, does this computer have anything to do with your eagle, or are you just stating the fact?
I can't see why not!
Gaming is where it will make the biggest difference, but unless your a die hard gamer, 5ms should be fine.
K, and can any Xeons go in any 2011, or does it have to be a specific server mobo? Thanks again for your help!
All of them?
The build you have is fine, and even though Cooperred is right about 500 wts, that will not give you much room for overclocking or upgrades in the future if you decide to, so I'd stick with 700, or at least 650 especially since PSU's are pretty reasonably priced right now.
Agree with what Remi said, but as long as you listed it, what's the reasoning behind two 760's over a 780?
Just a random question, I'm probably missing something: Why do you need to buy 6X risers if you could plug 4 of them into the PCI X16, and then get two risers for the 2 PCI 1X?
So staff, any thoughts???? :)
That's why I was suggesting having specific categories in the forums, so people could vote specifically based on one thing, best looks, best value, best balanced, ect... There would still be the one "highest rated" where all the factors were put together.
That's a nice idea in theory, for example the ones with the most technical skill, nicest budgeting, best looks, and so forth, but it would have to be decided in votes as well. Maybe it could be a thing in the forums, where different categories of builds can be voted on.
It exists, up above the builds in the completed builds section, just select the "highest rated" sorter rather than the "date" one is is by default set to.
770 should carry through fine with a single monitor, especially if you'll be waiting for an upgrade, all depends on how much your really willing to spend.
*5 1/4" :)
Second all those ideas, but I would even go with a 770 if you plan to upgrade, because a 770 can pull off majority of games fine depending on your monitor setup.
I have the CM storm trigger, my first mech keyboard ever, and it's great!
Not sure if this answers it, but check this build out: http://pcpartpicker.com/b/zJJ
Semi usually means the 24 pin and EPS 8 pin are connected to the PSU, and are not detachable, where all the other cables are. Modular means there are no wires that can't be removed.
What's that case in the first pic, it looks like a custom paint job!
EDIT: Never,mind, saw your other build.
Check out the Corsair CX Builder Series
What's the problem with cutting? Dremel, tape, time, and your all set, I'd try it on some scrap metal before making the actual cut though.
That is pretty much what it is, the website used to have your karma next to your name in every post, but they changed it a while ago.
I think he means forum threads that are finished, as in "the question is answered", or "the part was added", should be removed from the list of threads, not sure why though...
Wow, that looks really nice, and even though 5.25 drives are getting old, it's still a bold move to totally eliminate them.
Awww, if you could get up to 350, there are smoe really nice high res korean monitors up there!
Nope, I didn't get anything.
I will! I really don't want to release the idea of it to the forums yet, though if you like we can discuss the plans of it through private messaging , because it may interest you!
What? I didn't even know that existed!Wow, now that I look at it, it probably would be, good looks also!
Looks great! Most of this is based off opinion, and it would all work great either way! I would just like to remind you that your going to have 4 fans left over, unless you do push pull on the H100i in the front of the case, because it would be too thick if you had the rad plus two layers of fans. I f you are mounting your cooler on the roof, I would suggest looking into the H110 or a 2X 140mm radiator, just for a little more cooling power, because I BELIEVE that the 350D can fit a 280mm rad up there.
It really is a great case!!! If you have any questions, I would be more than happy to answer them!
Yeah, if you've got the money, more wattage can never hurt.
Thank you, I have crazier plans than that build for this upcoming summer! ;)
If he plans on ever extending his loop to cool the GPU or more, I'd say go with Swiftech 220, if not, do H100i
My bad, just pulling this stuff from my head, h100i would work very well, you could also consider a swiftech H220, though a bit more pricey
Maybe the Kracken X60
Oh, so 2 fan headers total?
Really? That will power the pump and the fan? Wow!
Feel free to do anything you need to through sending me a private message right here on this sight, they work great!
Thanks, I'll take that into consideration!