Thanks! Ye that mac I actually bought for like 500 off ebay and then fitted an additional rx 480 I had lying around. I might as well make a new page for that lol
I had 2 480s from the last verison of this build, when I did my initial upgrade with a 1080 ti, just for kicks I wanted to see if it was possible to get both an amd and nvidia card working in the same setup since supposedly at the time windows 10 and directx 12 supported it. So I plopped them both in, installed the drivers and voila worked without a hitch. I have the 480 driving my ultra wide and portrait style monitor while the 1080 ti is driving the projector and cintiq. My ultra wide also supports freesync so that's one reason I've been using the 480 for it instead of the 1080 ti.
Yup I just moved into a new condo and this is the basement area, I do have some posters lying around in the storage room but have been too lazy to hang them up lol
Nice build! Loving those DBZ nendoroids!
How hard was it to delid the cpu? I currently have an i7-6700k clocked at 4.5 Ghz and want to push the temps lower but am scared of the possibility of destroying my cpu trying to delid it.
Lol, I just saved up a few months worth of job money and proceeded to spend it all in one go. Needless to say my bank company didn't like the way I spent so much in one go xD
I definitely will, just a matter of figuring out how to allocate space for the reservoirs, cus on the back its a complete mess with the amount of cables coming out of the PSU
It seems Polaris has good Linux support and Vega will finally fix the support needed for workstation brand stuff, which will be extremely useful when programs start adopting OpenCL tech more.
So basically with the RGB set you get a mini fan controller that docks three fans and then one output that you connect right to you motherboard or in my case one main fan controller. So essentially I get one cable per fan that connects to the mini controller and then one more cable that outputs from the mini controller. If you do decide to buy that many fans make sure whatever you buy, you can minimize the number of cable outputs that you'll need at the very end. One good thing about this case is that since there's so many creaks around the edges I can just smush the cables inside there and for extra support, if they're towards the middle, I can just use a ziptie or plastic twist tie and hold it in place.
Indeed, it actually took a lot of trial and error to fit them all inside.
Ye... I probably do xD
I want to use a custom water loop but I have no idea where I can mount the liquid reservoirs.
The Temps are good as long as the room doesnt get too hot, so my Temps fluctuate a lot depending a lot on the ambient temp, and usually my housemate ramps the thermostat to 80 F and my room turns into a sauna. Ye I've never really been a big fan of small stuff, especially computers, cus my hands are just way too big to go through all the cracks and divets needed for cable management and part assembly.
Hmm maybe I need to hack the fan controller and ramp the fans to like 150 to 200% and then maybe it'll take off, at the cost of my ears blowing up :)
So biggles5107 answered a good amount of what my intentions were, but I was actually a pretty die hard Nvidia buyer before and always recommended them to my friends, but then I learnt of there shady business tactics on how they were trying to cripple AMD and how there have been reports of them crippling their older gen cards to make the newer ones look better, my Kepler cards have sadly met that fate and are not as good in the new games as I hoped they would've been. Heck my current crossfire setup outclasses my gtx titan and it doesnt help that one rx 480 has pretty comparable performance to a titan if not exceeding it as well.
My hygiene is fine, it's just that with the mouse pad my friend spilled some turpentine and oil paint on it, and by the time I found out it was already too late to late to scrub it. That said the mouse pad still works well even though it's unsightly.
Wouldn't be surprised, the amount of expensive sh1t i see ppl spending on is ridiculous
i built it back in 2012 and then upgraded it last year, haven't replaced the mobo and the mobo only supports lga 2011 not v3
has someone actually built that?
oh i got a nice chair and table at my home, these pictures were actually taken at my college dorm (yes i bring my comp and all its accessories between my house and dorm)