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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.

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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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    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

    More pictures here: http://imgur.com/a/mqhRU
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    that is one hell of a setup you have there. what screens do you have ?

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    I've got:
    1x Achieva Shimian 2560x1440 korean monitor
    2x ASUS MW221U 1680x1050
    1x Xerox XM7 1680x1050 (Currently not being used)
    1x Samsung S22B 1920x1080

    I plan to replace the 2x ASUS monitors with a QNIX & a Yamakasi monitor
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    Wow, I am extremely interested in those Korean monitors. I have been debating whether to get 120+Hz or IPS but it seems I can have the best of both worlds with one of those.

    Out of the 3 you listed, which would you say is best? And does yours have any dead pixels? I could not bear even 1 dead pixel off in the corner it would drive me nuts.

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    Aren't technically almost all monitors Korean, or at least the panels?
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    Quote Originally Posted by looz View Post
    Aren't technically almost all monitors Korean, or at least the panels?
    yeah, but "korean" generally refers to off brand B and C grade panels

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    Oh, so they are not very good then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojo6912 View Post
    Oh, so they are not very good then?
    well that depends on how you define that and what you expect from the screen.
    from what i've heard the screens can be just as good as say a dell one.
    they are just more basic, only one connector no buttons to adjust certain screen settings etc.
    could it be a limiting factor maybe but it doesn't have to be.

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    Debated on getting a Korean monitor some time ago. Decided not to get one as the main factor that turned me off was no warranty...

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    They're very good for the price, you save a chunk of money while having little to no issues in most cases

    Let's not go offtopic though, Tetris is ever-watchful.
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    So, found a couple of photos on my phone from when I reversed the airflow and upgraded my Steambox's graphics card. Thought I would post some pictures if anyone else is interested in small form factor but can't get their head around how to build as compact as possible without turning it into a heatbox.

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    The H60 is configured in push/pull drawing air from the back, for this job 2 Noctua NF-F12's are used, both running at a constant 700RPM. Both front fans have reversed airflow and the PSU also helps out pulling the hot air from the gpu out. Temps are as following: CPU 31 Idle, 70 load - GPU 26 Idle, 79 Load (gpu boost 2.0) - System 26 Idle, 44 Load.

    Small side view of the open box from the GPU side.

    top view to illustrate just how much clear room is needed to not make a heat box.

    Another one

    And a third one.

    It's impossible to make a fully clean build, but making sure the airflow is optimal is still key. The box ain't see-through anyway.

    Sure took alot of cable strips to get everything like this.

    If you are attempting a similar build, this is the best configuration I've found so far. I'm still playing with the idea of watercooling this rig.... I almost got it scetched up even with measures, part list and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheezusCrust View Post
    Let's not go offtopic though, Tetris is ever-watchful.
    Sheesh. Way to call the poor guy out. =/

    Why are you down to 3 monitors though? :O Thought you loved 12 monitors...

    Also, looking nice, Lemmiwink!
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