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tjadams8404's Completed Build: "Mardi Gras" (My first solo build)

tjadams8404 submitter 1 Build 2 points 22 months ago

Did It myself with a dremmel, some plexi, silicone sealant and a little weather stripping, all of which i got from home depot (minus the dremmel) for under 20 bucks. Drew up the cuts and freehanded it, the stripping covered some of the edges, turned out great!

tjadams8404's Completed Build: "Mardi Gras" (My first solo build)

tjadams8404 submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

It is what, my first build? Yup.

tjadams8404's Completed Build: "Mardi Gras" (My first solo build)

tjadams8404 submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Hue+ is my christmas present to myself this year lol! My 1070 is purple, along with peripherals. The fans are all green and the hue will be either purple or gold.

tjadams8404's Completed Build: "Mardi Gras" (My first solo build)

tjadams8404 submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

the 10 series is gonna be re-named GTX "Stark" series here in about 6 months.

tjadams8404's Completed Build: "Mardi Gras" (My first solo build)

tjadams8404 submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

I had mine at 4.6 for about a day, used aida64 for benchmarks and the 212 was fine. It never broke 80C. I did get one weird spike to 90 during a 20 minute load test, but i think that was my monitoring software being weird because it was literally a fraction of a second before it dropped to 55-60 degrees again. But I'm kind of a noob to all this diagnostic stuff, however i DO know its temps were fine at load, I will run again and get actual figures if you would like. heres the link to cpu ID at 4.5ghz OC http://valid.x86.fr/gx6qsu

I have it clocked back to 4.0 for every day use now, with DRAM oc'd to 2667, seems to be a sweet spot. Nothing i do even makes this thing try lol. built it for longevity.

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