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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffie View Post
    That is beyond seexy, just waiting for overclocking results
    those will need another week pretty much.
    currently got almost everthing installed. (naked die mounting kit had slightly too thick screws to be used )
    tommorow 1 hour of college and after that time for tubing, fixing the wires for the fans etc and filling it up
    after that work my ass of to make some school deadlines. (a must have source for a certain assignment won't be viewable untill the day before the due date )
    weekend family stuff due to birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shroudster View Post
    those will need another week pretty much.
    currently got almost everthing installed. (naked die mounting kit had slightly too thick screws to be used )
    tommorow 1 hour of college and after that time for tubing, fixing the wires for the fans etc and filling it up
    after that work my ass of to make some school deadlines. (a must have source for a certain assignment won't be viewable untill the day before the due date )
    weekend family stuff due to birthday.
    Ah well, atleast it will be worth it. Pretty excited how much of a difference that die mounting will make though.
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    Kreserb...

    I have the same chair, case, mousepad and headphones. Well, I used to have the chair until it broke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shroudster View Post
    well this took me way more time then expected.
    however so far the result is very satisfying.
    *drool* Too bad they look bland compared to other blocks.

    Just out of interest how do the evga blocks perform, I recall reading the have relatively high resistence.
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    holy crap this took way more time then expected but everything did go pretty smooth. (with the exception of minor leak @sli connector , hence the white stuff > velcro ftw)
    must say the clear tubing and nickel/black theme worked out pretty damm good looking compared to what i had in mind.

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    Damn them for not providing fully sleeved cables. Other than a few colors here and there it looks great! Can't really complain about the performance
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    Quote Originally Posted by shroudster View Post
    well this took me way more time then expected.
    however so far the result is very satisfying.
    <picture with shot glass>
    I see the shot glass... there there, it's all over now. You can OC to your heart's content and game...
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    Yeah Seasonic is a bit sleeving-unfriendly, would've gone with a Corsair AX or something. It still looks completely kickass, I'm surprised that tube is able to sneak in from the top without kinking.
    Anyway the overclocks on those 780's is bound to be beastly...you going with modded bios for extra vcore on both?

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    I hear ya on SeaSonic, sadly the sleeves aren't that unique or special in any sense and thus it takes away from their otherwise very top-range PSUs.
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    Or the supernova 1300/1000 G2/P2 from Evga. Has an efficiency of 90% at 100W load and 80% at 50W or even 70% for 22.5W which is amazing for such a big psu. http://uk.hardware.info/productinfo/...ab:testresults

    All other psu's from evga than the 1000/1300 ones aren't that great since they aren't made by Super flower.

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    Man I'd be interested in hearing from Shroud how much power he is pulling out of the wall. XD
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    1358/7114 on the core/mem rock solid atm at 1,3V
    managed some benches at 1397 on the core but need to tweak voltage for that more in order to keep it stable. (as in >1,35V)
    most i've seen so far was 900W peaks , then again haven't really tested it that extensive yet.
    can possible push past the 1000W once i start using the EVbot to raise the voltage. (so far the classified tool is enough)
    tubing was tricking then i expected it to be but it worked out pretty well. (i cheated a little with zip ties to prevent kinking on three spots)

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    I don't think you guys will have a hard time figuring out what I just got today.




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    Quote Originally Posted by shroudster View Post
    1358/7114 on the core/mem rock solid atm at 1,3V
    managed some benches at 1397 on the core but need to tweak voltage for that more in order to keep it stable. (as in >1,35V)
    most i've seen so far was 900W peaks , then again haven't really tested it that extensive yet.
    can possible push past the 1000W once i start using the EVbot to raise the voltage. (so far the classified tool is enough)
    tubing was tricking then i expected it to be but it worked out pretty well. (i cheated a little with zip ties to prevent kinking on three spots)
    1358/7114...that's like a 35-38% boost on ingame framerates (or benches) over stock, 1397mhz will be at least 40%+, not even kidding. Would recommend posting in OCN's Valley thread for high scores. Won't be able to beat the tri-sli/quadfire setups, but should be one of the best SLI scores.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenvalley View Post
    I don't think you guys will have a hard time figuring out what I just got today.

    <snip>
    Let me guess, a Ducky Storm Trigger? Or is it a Logitech K90....

    Jokes, gratz on the K70 man
    Love dat texture on the WASD...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuvial View Post
    1358/7114...that's like a 35-38% boost on ingame framerates (or benches) over stock, 1397mhz will be at least 40%+, not even kidding. Would recommend posting in OCN's Valley thread for high scores. Won't be able to beat the tri-sli/quadfire setups, but should be one of the best SLI scores.


    Let me guess, a Ducky Storm Trigger? Or is it a Logitech K90....

    Jokes, gratz on the K70 man
    Love dat texture on the WASD...
    I'm pretty sure it is an IBM Model M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltrusDisc View Post
    I'm pretty sure it is an IBM Model M.
    Nah, it's a Texas Instruments Speak and Spell.

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    Although a bit of silliness is tolerated, I would not want this to completely derail* just because Drunkenvalley got a new microwave.

    On-topic, I highly dislike differently textured keys. Especially as an ESDF-user.
    As for sleeving in general, it often has the potential to be great, but I personally dislike the aesthetics of individual sleeving. Group-sleeving usually look amazing though, albeit rare. Corsairs standard all-black plastic is probably my preferred solution.
    As for Seasonic and sleeving, there are always extensions. My (obsessive perfectionistic) concerns about air flow is completely irrelevant in this particular Corsair case, both individual sleeving and the extra clutter behind the motherboard tray due to possible extensions.

    * = I'm not saying at all saying it is derailing, I'm just saying it in advance. No one should feel offended or reprimanded.

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    seems like i cant post pics yet, but i will as soon as i can

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    So I got a new table for my microwave

    Done through ~4 days with the little freetime I have with work, school & gaming, along with social activities.


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    Before, took me ~3-4 hours to get it up and running again


    Been wanting to assemble the table for a few months, finally got the nerves to do it once a friend offered to help me assemble it. Also switched from wall-mounted to desk-mounted 3 monitor stand, getting 2x more Korean monitors next month

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    that is one hell of a setup you have there. what screens do you have ?

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