The Build is for my Work. I needed to Replace a 7 Year old Asus Laptop that had a Core Duo and Win Vista.
I am a little Nervous about Posting the Build here being that it is the smallest Build I have made for myself so Far. I have built in a Parvum S2.0 Before for my Little Brother (And Am still waiting for him to get me to rebuild it, I could Make it Look So Much Better) but The Build has impressed me with the Performance.
I have the 4690k OC to 4.4Ghz using 1.275Core V for 24/7 running at the Dealership. Max temps on stress test were 68C on the Cores after Running Realbench 2.4 for 15min/8gb of Ram. Honestly I think I could Push 4.5Ghz with a 1.3Core V but... Eh... 4.4ghz is running like a top.
I have the Aquaflow 400MPS Flow sensor Inbetween the outlet of the Rad and Inlet of the GPU, because I felt it was the best place for the Flow to Normalize and give a great reading of actual Flow. Having it after the Pump is no good, since that is the Most "Push" of the Pump.
The 780 EVGA Sc was purchased off of Ebay Used, because I am not gaming 100% of the Time, Also FrozenCpu had sent him an Extra EKWB 780 Original CSQ Waterblock that wasn't being put to use, so that saved me around 125$ there.
Most people use 2 x 240mm Rads in this case. I wanted to find out what I could do with one 240mm Radiator, so I ordered the Case full windowed from Caselabs in California so I could show Off the Insides on my Desk at work :)
The Cautious One