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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by #Grey, Jan 13, 2015.
What monitor is that?
it's the Samsung UN48JS9000...4K "TV"...love it...I was looking at the JU7500 40" but it was not available in-store , this was at Fry's
Ok it looks real nice. If you don't mind me asking how well does it do at 1080p? My question is can you set the resolution to 1080p it doesn't look the image being scaled? I'm considering getting a 4K over a 1440p or 1600p display but I want to know if for example can I set it 1080p, and look like a regular 1080p monitor. For some games I can run at 1080p until I get a better GPU to handle it at 4K.
not sure...when I attempt to choose "1080" it drops the refresh rate to "30hz"...I will try some settings and update the post
No big deal, thanks for checking anyways. I was curious thats all.
So, you practically created a SilverStone FT02 into a boxed up looking FT05....
A build I completed over Christmas.
ASUS X99 WS E
INTEL 5930K w/Raystorm Block
NVIDIA EVGA Superclocked GTX 980 X2 SLI w/ XSPC Razor Water Blocks
16gb Corsair DDR4 Dominator Ram
A vast amount of Primochill UV Blue Rigid Tubing and Revolver Fittings
Seasonic 1200w Platinum PSU
Samsung 840 EVO 500gb SSD, 250gb SSD and 1TB Storage
Phantek Enthoo Primo Case (My new favorite)
The slight crushing of this tube has since been corrected.
Nice build and good cable management. I love how you did like a step by step photo-shoot.
I just got that same case and am loving it! So much room to hide stuff
Shots of my gaming rig that's about to go into retirement.
working on tj07
Just snapped a couple of quick ones with my iPhone:
Theres a total of 10 x case fans in there! 8 x 140mms and 2 x 120 mms (the 2 x white ones on the bottom intake). But they all are fixed at approx 400 RPM so the case is actually near silent (except when the Titan X fans spool up under gaming)! Trust me when I say that 10 x fans at 400 RPM does NOT equal the perceived noise of 1 x fan at 4000 RPM. Its pretty freaking quiet
RGB lighting strips and a custom made mirror to cover the empty area of the case behind the intake fans next...
That's slick. Pump/res hidden in the front?
In the bottom compartment, behind radiator, next to psu. It is small pump/res combo, ek dcp 2.2
Worked on some more details, final version of my TJ07 build (although better not use term final when it comes to water cooling ).
entire album here: https://picasaweb.google.com/104030131291922028430/SilverstoneTJ07Inverted
Case: Fractal Design Define S
CPU: Core i7, 4790, 3.6Ghz
Mobo: ASUS ROG Maximus VII HERO ATX Motherboard
SSD: Intel 520 SSD, 120GB
RAM: 16GB Corsair Dominator
GFX: 2x ASUS STRIX 970 GTX Video Cards
PSU: Fractal Design Tesla Power Supply 800W
EK MX CPU Waterblock
2x Hardware labs 360 GTS radiator
Laing water pump with Alphacool top
XSPC 240 Photon Res
EK 970 GTX Strix Waterblocks
EK 970 GTX Strix Waterblock Backing Plates
Monsoon Blue Economy Hardline Fittings
EK extender fitting
EK 90 degree fitting
PETG hard tubing
I dig it ! Love what you did with the window to see the ssd's
This is clean. Sweet paint job on the case.
Just upgraded the guts of my rig from a P67-Deluxe/2600k/16GB DDR3 to X99-Godlike/5930k/32GB DDR4. Also swapped out my HX850 to a HX1200. Here's a quick pic for now, I'll have to take some better ones later to post.
I'm only running 2x 980Ti cards, the other two in the pic below are my old 780s. I wanted to see how it looked stuffed full of GPUs
Is there a reason why you're using two SLI bridges? Cool rig.
Seriously, though: cool rig, but damn... 'dem bubbles.
yeah ,I'm sorta curious about the 2nd sli bridge?
Just for props. It looks nice with 2 SLI bridges.
I just changed the coolant. Not really using the PC right now cuz I need to finish the sleeving.
Just reorganized my computing area this evening once my Monoprice DVI-to-DP cables came in.
Need a better camera. My phone camera sucks.
I'm planning on upgrading to Skylake during Chritmas! Until then, this system is doing just fine.
AMD Phenom 9550 2.2 Ghz (K10Stat undervolting: 2.2 Ghz @ 1.0750V, 1.1 Ghz @ 0.8375V)
Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H (rev 1.1)
Corsair XMS2 TWIN2X4096-6400C5 PC2-6400 2x2GB
Crucial DDR2 667MHz PC2-5300 CL5 2x2GB
Crucial M500 240GB SSD
Western Digital Green 3TB
Western Digital SE16 640GB WD6400AAKS
Noctua NH-U12P with Noctua NF-P12 @ 500 RPM with SpeedFan
Anidees AI6BS with stock fans + Noctua NF-P12 @ 600 RPM with SpeedFan
LG GH22NS30 DVD Writer
EVGA SuperNOVA 650 GS PSU 220-GS-0650-V1 PSU
XFX Radeon 5770 with Arctic Cooling Accelero L2 Pro @ 800RPM idle and @ 1300 RPM load (fan profile configured with MSI AfterBurner 3)
AMD Catalyst 15.7
Windows 8.1 Pro (x64)
Finally got me a new case. The Corsair 760T. Yellow and black theme.
I'm using the top cover from my old case (Switch 810).
Added filters on the front and rear intakes, and the top cover as well. So far the dust seems fairly minimal now.
I got the cable kit by cablemod.
List of components:
Case: Corsair 760T
Motherboard: MSI XPower AC
Processor: 5820K @ 4.4GHz 1.30v
16GB DDR4 2800 GSkill Ripjaws
Video card: MSI 390X
Cooling: Corsair AF140 fans, NZXT Kraken x41
Crucial 2x MX100 256GB SSD, 1TB Toshiba
PSU: EVGA G2 850
Mouse / Keyboard: Steelseries
Two Titan X GPUs and a Nofan CR-95 in a FT05
Close-up of cabling at bottom:
Those are a couple of adhesive clamps from B&Q keeping the cables sort-of-tidy.
The horror story at the back:
I could not keep the 3.5" drive bay and decided to remove the optical bay as well.
How well does the nofan work?
Within its limits, brilliantly. I really cannot recommend it highly enough. You're not going to be overclocking with it, though. I do wish it were a little smaller in radius, but taller.
This thread needs some Skylake attention
nothing too fancy.
i7 6700K, Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7, G. Skill 2X8GB DDR4 3000Mhz
Gigabyte Windforce 980 GTX OC, H100i GTX
Seasonic X 850W
Samsung 840 250GB Evo, 1TB Seagate
Corsair Obsidian 450D
mostly my 'gaming' is DCS flight sim, would you believe?...
I like the pure white the best
I also have several other color/modes I can activate with a remote, video below
Nice. Here, lemme fix that for you: http://i.imgur.com/9tFpfH2l.jpg
Case is Prototype Primochill/Praxis. Built by the Nerdy Ninjas
One I kept:
One for clients.
Oh god that case is pure sex.