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About Ithanul

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  • CPU
    4770K Delid, 1090T
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87-GD65, Sabertooth 990FX
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominators 1866MHz 16GBs, Corsair Vengance 1600MHz 8GBs
  • GPU
    2 x 980Tis in main rig (folds over 1506MHz), 960 FTW @ 1551MHz in folder rig, ZOTAC AMP! 980Ti
  • Case
    Heavy modded Haf X, NZXT Apollo
  • Storage
    Samsung 940 Pro 256GB and Crucial M4 512GB, Seagate Baraccuda 3TB, Intel 120GB SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair AX1200 in main rig, Corsair AX1200i
  • Display(s)
    Overlord 2560 x 1440P 27inch
  • Cooling
    Custom Loop, XSPC Raystorm with full cover EK blocks on the Tis
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Ult 64bit, Mint Mate 18

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  • Location
    Alabama country side
  • Interests
    Drawing, building computers, messing with computers and folding/boincing the crap out them, painting, and hiking.
  • Biography
    Just a crazy gal who likes building computers and messing with them for fun. Actually like anything that I can take apart and build.

    Currently full time student at Troy working toward Associate in Computer Science then going to Auburn for duel major in CS/Electrical Engineering.
  • Occupation
    Ex Airforce Jet Troop. Currently Cyber Ops in Air Guard.

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  1. Yes, without the front ports and their pcb board there. The case has extra room for longer cards. The case is a Compact Splash. It is not a brand. An individual on a different forum board designed them and made a small run. Each is numbered and only 105 exist.
  2. I usually just do the CPU and GPU. I only bother with north and south bridge if I was to put water blocks on those.
  3. I/O delete is having the front USB, audio, etc. ports removed from the case. Here the two Splashes I own. One with the front ports (gray) and one without (satin black).
  4. That too. Some want a small computer that don't eat up space while others like the challenge small builds bring. Myself, I have two ITX water cool builds down the pipe line I plan to do. Since I got two Compact Splash cases sitting here (one with I/O delete so full length card can fit).
  5. I'm in the lower southeast of Alabama. Our North side Wal-Mart in town has a few left.
  6. I saw three here at the Wal-Mart. Think they are still there. I would have to check again. Yep, just checked online. The North Side one here still has some.
  7. No hard numbers yet. Hope he submits some data points to the data base. I won't have a 1080Ti myself until the AIB ones drop (since ref don't have dual-DVI).
  8. Alright, the individual on the other forum just stated the output he got with 1080Ti. It is inline with the Titan X (Pascal). Only major issue was stock cooler held back the cards.
  9. Also keeps the computer from sounding like a blow dryer too. (Considering my two computers are by the living room) Well, on the other forum board there is a peep with two 1080Tis folding in the event. Hopefully tomorrow the person post some PPD numbers for the cards.
  10. True. Water cooling would definitely be required. Yep, I think some others on the other forum are doing some comparisons at the moment between their CPUs. The monthly folding event is going on, so peeps tend to get talkative during it. Though, the big folding war is already over. Was a blast though. Now to wait for the BOINC Pentathlon.
  11. Um, CPU PPD has greatly improved with the A7 units. One individual over on a different forum is pulling 150K out of a 6950X. The next event on other forum board I will be testing out my 4770K on the new A7 units. I think I seen one individual folding on 1080Tis. Have to re find the post. Since the monthly event is going on the other forum, the folding area is on fire at the moment.
  12. Well, I'm not brand loyal at all. Got the truck for a good price and very clean. I have drove a variety of vehicles: Ford, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota, etc. As long as it gets me from point A to point B. I just like to have good music while I go between points.
  13. Actually, my Dad use to have a station wagon. Was great to go hunting in and double as a place to sleep. Yep, not much space. Solid little truck though.
  14. Not really. My best bet is under my back seats. The Frontier CC don't really have much room to work with on sub placement. Pic under passenger seat.