Idk if I answered you back, but no, the pastels won't work in the A240 kit :-\
that's a kinda high idle, but at least it doesn't go up that much when you're benchmarking lol. My set up (which doesn't have a gpu block) idels around 10c and goes up to about 23c under load, and that's WITHOUT fans on the radiator. No comparison to air lol. Thanks for sharing your build!
It was a great performer for the money, but after that experience and being out a pc for months at time between the two units and waiting for replacement parts and bla bla, I decided to go legit and piece together the components and build my own custom loop. Super happy I did, but after doing it, I appreciate AIO coolers allot more lol.
no, you couldn't. I got rid of that kit because I had TWO different units and both sprung leaks within, like, a week of installation.
definitely can't go wrong with an AIO. Thanks for sharing your build and enjoy!
Thanks, it was fun to build! Lol, I love pcs.
Thanks! It's fun, and I love the touch of customization, but it can be expensive. . that's for sure. If you decide to do one, in a future build, send me a link, please!
Cool build! Great choice in components, I'm sure you're very happy! Check out my build if you have a second: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/b34qqs
Yeah, sorry for your loss, boss. Cool way to commemorate him though. Great components, AND as someone already stated, your bends look nice.
Check out my first custom loop build:
Cool rig, looks nice! How are you liking it, and what are you coming from?
Check out my Ryzen build if you get a chance:
From a budget standpoint, you have all the pieces you want (except that gtx1070 u want lol). I see all the ketchup and mustard wires and it drives me crazy, but on a budget, I would use them too. Hey, they work right?
Check my Ryzen build out of you have some time:
Pretty cool, thanks for sharing. I'm sure your loving it! Check out my Ryzen build if you have a minute:
Nice build. I think it looks very clean. For someone with your skill, I'm surprised you don't feel confident overclock. I think you should drive into it!
Check my Ryzen build out if you have a chance:
Very nice! Clean, clean, clean- that's how I like it! If you have a second, check my build out:
Looks nice, and I'm sure you're happy with it. Thanks for sharing your build! Check mine out of you get a chance: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/b34qqs
So, I love the list of components (mostly) that you went with in the build. My only real issue, it's probably just a me thing, but i'm not in love with the way you went about mounting your gpu radiators and the crisscrossing of the tubing. JUST ME, but a build of this magnitude deserves better. Is there a specific reason you went with the hybrid 1080Ti's? Any reason you didn't go with a custom loop for this MONSTROSITY? I'm sure you can play rocket league with max settings at 4k :P but I just think if you put a little more thought into the layout and how everything was going to come together, this could have been a really special build.
Thanks for sharing and enjoy your new pc!
-ALL HAIL THE MASTER RACE
I'm very happy with the board. I'm use to Asus' higher end boards and this one is lacking a few features I wish it included, but I've been very happy with this board and have no regrets with my purchase. The BIOS layout is very familiar to me because it's almost identical to the BIOS on those other boards I have used and contains control options for everything you could want. It's very intuitive. The memory support or of the box is great, but there's already one bios update which I always recommend when building a new system. I say pull the trigger. It's a great board.
you guys never miss a beat, lol. I didn't hook it up in all the photos I took while building it because all of the other braided cables that I own are all 8 pin connectors, and I just wanted uniformity in the photos.
That said, this build is far from complete, just complete enough that I can start to enjoy it. I'm probably going to be adding hard tubing and alternate fittings (just waiting for more aluminum parts to hit the market), RGB fans, light strips, and probably a new set of sleeved cables in green and black. I will likely opt for some nice tridentz RGB ram to complete the system.
NO PROBLEMS AT ALL!
I'll get it up tonight. Wanted to put some time and thought into it so it is coming.
Thanks. I'm probably going to go with a different cooling setup sometime in the future and incorporate hard tubing into that. But I'm happy with how it turned out, for what it is.
Most of those are curved, which I kinda wanted but opted to save a little $$ by going with the flat screen, but other than that, I literally don't think there is any difference (unless you're looking at the G-Sync equipped monitors). I wanted G-Sync but settled for this because I just couldn't have it with everything else I wanted, on my budget. I guess that's how life works tho lol.
In combination w/ the 1080Ti, it's my favorite component of the build. Coming from a 60Hz 4k panel, I REALLY like the monitor.
I want to do hard tubing in the near future tho
which I obviously do, or else I would have gone simple and cut the tubing to length. . .
I'm buying, I promise you this. I've been saving and have money in hand. Check out my build come August. 16c/32t Threadripper w/ ROG Zenith extreme and RX Vega. If Vega isn't up to snuff, I'll return it and get an OC gtx 1080Ti.
I'm just waiting for preorders for Vega and Threadripper to open up.
4 sticks, 8gb each stick.
How many volts are you feeding the cpu to get 4.2 out of it? Thanks.
How many volts are you feeding the cpu to get 4.6? Thanks.
also, lol, do you have an xbox 360 wireless adapter on your pc?
How many volts did you have to feed your 6950x to get 4.6ghz out of it?
I have the BIGGEST hard-on for those cards right now. . fap, fap.
I would have liked to have seen you match the green with the color nvidia uses, but not too bad. I'm little ocd with balance, but you went a step beyond the ordinary. I would take a sharpy or something to your rad, where you smeared the paint. Now, on to the good stuff. . . Some sweeeeet components in that rig! very nice! How are you liking the 6950x? What are you coming from, and what do you use it for? LOL, 4.3 ghz, 10-core i7. . . MIND BLOWN
I'd hold off on that, at least as far as the RX480 goes. . probably the RX490 too, and here's why. The RX480 isn't as powerful as your Fury card (card for card). Yes, maybe two RX480's would be around or less than what you spent on your Fury card new, but not all games take advantage of multiple gpu configurations. In those cases, would you rather have the less powerful RX480, or (estimating) the same kind of performance out of a newer 490 (but you gotta spend allot more money to get the same performance you have right now)? Why not just buy another fury and crossfire those *******? Sorry for my language :)
But, does that make sense? Unless of course, you got it like that all the time $$$, then go do whatever your heart desires and let me in on some photos and #'s please!!
Build. . .looks. . .FANTASTIC! Great job, and I'm super glad that you are happy with your Triton AIO. +1!!
My cpu cooler is actually funneling air OUT of my case, through the top, in push-pull configuration. I too have the division, but to be honest, I have my second card deactivated because one card is powerful enough to play the game (and most games) at 4k with details cranked up high and still achieve (imo) perfectly playable and acceptable frames. That being said, I'm not sure what the crossfire temps would be in that game (just because i'm really not using my second card).
For the record, there isn't a thing wrong with my second card, I just play with one as much as possible due to crossfire issues in some games and for compatibility.
I could check it out sometime though and get back to you?
Sweet build, I think your part selection is perfect for your use. Clean, clean, clean +2. Thanks for sharing your bb.
Check out my build if you have time,
Nice build, good choice of components. +1
check out my Fury-x Crossfire build: http://pcpartpicker.com/b/KvJV3C
FTR, because I feel the need to clarify, Having a platinum psu rating doesn't effect the psu's power output. a 1000w bronze and a 1000 platinum both put out the same amount of power, the efficiency rating has to do with draw from the wall and heat lost. . . THAT'S IT!
"granted, it is platinum rated, but still..." is completely irrelevant.
Excellent selection. Even though you couldn't afford the 980ti, I bet you can't complain about the performance, esp at those speeds your running, of that fury card, at your resolution (3440*1440). I bet you don't even wish you had the Ti, lol. +1.
When you have a second, check out my Fury X crossfire build. Lol, we have similar tastes.
Thanks, I would have to say the same about yours :D!
Sick build, very clean, +1.
Check out my crossfire fury x build:
Looks very nice with those white led fans!
sweet build! +1
Check out my Fury-X crossfire build:
Lol, I thought about upgrading to a Broadwell-e eight core when they launch next year, but I probably won't for a few more years (and at that point, I'll probably be looking at that 10 core as well!).
new photos up
New photos up