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I want to know if all this hardware will go together :

Erm, 

 

4 titan blacks, oc-ed and liquid cooled

i7 49-something X overclocked

64 gigs of corsair dominator platinum ram

4 51 gb ssds in raid 10

2 512 gb ssds in raid 0

2 wd 3 tb hard drives

corsair 900d

chipset waterblock

one or two optical drives

dual-optical-drive-bay reservoir

4 radiators = 2 quad fan rads, 1 triple fan rad, and one dual fan rad

cpu liquid cooler, prolly a corsair h100 

 

And, I need you guys to recommend a good motherboard to go with all the hardware. money isn't a problem. im guessing a rampage iv extreme? recommend a model for me. :) thanks, guys.

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Erm, an H110?

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You have some huge ass wallet

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uh...

this needs some serious work

 

first of all, what do you plan on doing with 4 Titan blacks? And is that H100 going to be a wall ornament.. or are you putting that in with a loop at the same time? Because if that's what you're doing, don't do that. 

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no you wont... its pretty hard to beleive that someone would build this.... 

 

(reasons)

 

i7 49-something X overclocked????

dual-optical-drive-bay reservoir ???

anyone who would spend 10K on a build would do some research

Drive bay reservoir generaly suck.

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What am I reading? This is of needing some BIG work.

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Erm, 

 

4 titan blacks, oc-ed and liquid cooled

i7 49-something X overclocked

64 gigs of corsair dominator platinum ram

4 51 gb ssds in raid 10

2 512 gb ssds in raid 0

2 wd 3 tb hard drives

corsair 900d

chipset waterblock

one or two optical drives

dual-optical-drive-bay reservoir

4 radiators = 2 quad fan rads, 1 triple fan rad, and one dual fan rad

cpu liquid cooler, prolly a corsair h110 

 

And, I need you guys to recommend a good motherboard to go with all the hardware. money isn't a problem. im guessing a rampage iv extreme? recommend a model for me. :) thanks, guys.

Rampage 4 Black edition is best X79 motherboard for gaming/OC

 

I recommend you to get 2 titan blacks and give me rest of the money. We both will be happy :P

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The fact that you're asking whether the hardware will go together means that you definitely shouldn't be doing some crazy custom water cooling and you DEFINITELY shouldn't be spending like 10k$ on a PC. I'm guessing this is your first build?

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Erm, 

 

4 titan blacks, oc-ed and liquid cooled

i7 49-something X overclocked

64 gigs of corsair dominator platinum ram

4 51 gb ssds in raid 10

2 512 gb ssds in raid 0

2 wd 3 tb hard drives

corsair 900d

chipset waterblock

one or two optical drives

dual-optical-drive-bay reservoir

4 radiators = 2 quad fan rads, 1 triple fan rad, and one dual fan rad

cpu liquid cooler, prolly a corsair h110 

 

And, I need you guys to recommend a good motherboard to go with all the hardware. money isn't a problem. im guessing a rampage iv extreme? recommend a model for me. :) thanks, guys.

From your profile picture what do you plan to do play Minecraft at 100000FPS but no seriously what is the purpose of this build?

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I typically despise the people that say people have "too much money", but that might actually be true in your case. The fact that you don't have enough knowledge to be able to figure out your question yourself is somewhat scary for the amount of money you're willing to spend.

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What am I reading? This is of needing some BIG work.

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I wish i would have a wallet like this:)

 

Maybe in the future i will get a good job:D AND I WILL DO  OCTA TITAN Z quad CHIP GPU!!

 

And a I7 Extreme 87!

 

... stop dreaming, viruz

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I see your current rig dude!

 

 

Can i get one of your 680s for free:D?

 

You already got money for a 10x awsomer rig then you already got!

 

If you say Yes, I CLAIM ONE!

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This is clearly some 12 y/o kid who just started watching Linus' videos.

 

He heard about the forum and decided to come on here and show what he "knows" by posting the most expensive, ineffective, and ridiculous setup he thought he could build, not

 

what any of the specs really are or what they're worth, let alone if they are even compatible with eachother.

 

Kid, all you've accomplished is show your lack of understanding and need for attention.

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okay, first of all, let me explain. im currently sleep deprived. ive been coding for hours. and this popped into my mind. im not really in the mood for research. no, this isnt my first build, ive done countless builds before. im just a bit outdated on the extreme hardware. about the build, i just want the best of the best. for extreme gaming. triple 4k monitors. something like that. ill edit the main post later. so, yeah. the rampage iv extreme was on my mind... any more hate? and, the h100 is supposed to go at the back. single fan. a triple fan rad at the front. a quad and dual on the bottom. a quad on the top. big res, big loop... 

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okay, first of all, let me explain. im currently sleep deprived. ive been coding for hours. and this popped into my mind. im not really in the mood for research. no, this isnt my first build, ive done countless builds before. im just a bit outdated on the extreme hardware. about the build, i just want the best of the best. for extreme gaming. triple 4k monitors. something like that. ill edit the main post later. so, yeah. the rampage iv extreme was on my mind... any more hate? and, the h100 is supposed to go at the back. single fan. a triple fan rad at the front. a quad and dual on the bottom. a quad on the top. big res, big loop... 

:(

 

You call your current 2x 680s outdated:D

 

Whats my GTX 550 then`? Grandpa`:D

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okay, first of all, let me explain. im currently sleep deprived. ive been coding for hours. and this popped into my mind. im not really in the mood for research. no, this isnt my first build, ive done countless builds before. im just a bit outdated on the extreme hardware. about the build, i just want the best of the best. for extreme gaming. triple 4k monitors. something like that. ill edit the main post later. so, yeah. the rampage iv extreme was on my mind... any more hate? and, the h100 is supposed to go at the back. single fan. a triple fan rad at the front. a quad and dual on the bottom. a quad on the top. big res, big loop... 

 

 

So you're planning on dropping 20,000$ on a setup?  

 

The problem with extreme high end builds is, in a couple years it's outdated just like the mid range parts in the same lineup.

It's SO much more efficient to spend less on the build and get mid-high end parts, and upgrade them as needed while selling the old parts.  If you build your custom loop correctly, you can take out parts and install them without to much hassle when new parts are ready to be installed.

 

And with this budget, a 900D shouldn't be anywhere near your build, it should be caselabs.  Solid aluminum construction, no crappy flimsy metal and no plastic.

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Chill everyone this is clearly his first 'dream' build. 

 

OP if you are serious then just have your butler do the research.

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Chill everyone this is clearly his first 'dream' build. 

 

OP if you are serious then just have your butler do the research.

 

 

He's making other threads about 4 titan z's and asking if it gives 24gb of vram, pretty sure he's just a troll, or another dreamer like viruz_hun

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Erm, 

 

4 titan blacks, oc-ed and liquid cooled

i7 49-something X overclocked

64 gigs of corsair dominator platinum ram

4 51 gb ssds in raid 10

2 512 gb ssds in raid 0

2 wd 3 tb hard drives

corsair 900d

chipset waterblock

one or two optical drives

dual-optical-drive-bay reservoir

4 radiators = 2 quad fan rads, 1 triple fan rad, and one dual fan rad

cpu liquid cooler, prolly a corsair h100 

 

And, I need you guys to recommend a good motherboard to go with all the hardware. money isn't a problem. im guessing a rampage iv extreme? recommend a model for me. :) thanks, guys.

I am going to treat this like you are serious, as either way it can be a teaching tool. 

 

1. Do you need double precision, or 6GB of RAM? Are you only gaming? If no, and yes, then 780ti is the same thing for less money (in terms of gaming).  I would start with 2 way SLI and go from there. There is no need to buy 4 if 2 will do, which in most cases it will. 

 

2. Unless you are using Cache heavy programs, then the 3930K is the same thing for about 1/2 the price. Then you have to ask yourself if you actually need 6 cores. If you do not, then go for a 4770k or a 4830k. 

 

3. RAID 10 SSDs just screems wasted money. You wil end up with 1TB of storage space usable. It would be cheaper, and likely just as usable to go RAID 10 with 4 3 or 4 TB HDDs instead. 

 

4. 2x 256 or 2x 128 is more than enough for the OS and most commonly used programs, but you would get off just as well with a single 256GB or 512GB SSD would be just as good, and likely less money. 

 

5. If you are not going to make use of all that space, just grab a 750D (the only real reason to use the 900D in a build (as I see it) is if you need the space for RADs (not likely), or need more HDD/SSD mounting space.). 

 

6. Not worth it. X79, Z77, and Z87 run cool enough by default. If you really want to add cooling where it would matter, get a mosfet waterblock, or a board with one integrated. 

 

7. Optical drives are going out of style and use these days. If you must have one, get something like a bluray writer or a USB DVDRW drive. In 99% of cases, you will not need more than one drive unless you are duplicating disks, and then it is only a little more work to rip the image and burn the file again. 

 

8. RAD space seems too big even for everything you have. As I understand it, you need 120mm x the number of components (120x6) and 120/240mm for overclocking.  You would be better off going for 2 GPUs and the CPU in the loop, using something like 2x240mm or 360mm+240mm.  (saves money all around and doesn't loose as much performance as the price would infer). 

 

9. If you are going to water cool, add the CPU into the loop too. The price for doing so would be less than the cost of a H100(i). 

 

All of this said, wait for someone to check the work, as I don't keep up with hardware.  

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your best only having 2 titans rather than 4, the thing with sli/crossfire is that the more cards you add the less performance you get.

 

e.g. if you have 2 cards your more like to get 75% - 100% more performance

       if you have 3 cards your more like to get 50% - 75% more performance

       if you have 4 cards your more like to get up to 30% more performance

 

more does not mean better in this case, as another point most games today still dont know how to properly use more than 2 cards

 

you might as well have 2 hd7990 in your build instead because 1 7990 is better than 1 gtx titan

 

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He's making other threads about 4 titan z's and asking if it gives 24gb of vram, pretty sure he's just a troll, or another dreamer like viruz_hun

 

So 2 machines :lol:?

 

I think I'm leaning towards dreamer here, but we've all been there so we should go easy.

 

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Seems really unrealistic... Especially if your doing a custom loop, then you shouldn't really need a AIO liquid cooler. If your going to make this build over a long period of time, I would suggest to save up money and build then.Otherwise, just hire some dude to do a build for you and custom paint and everything. :huh:

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snip

 

 

 

The chipset can easily hit 70+ c on a rampage iv extreme without the fan on. (not sure about the rampage iv black) Especially with watercooling, considering there's not as much airflow in a watercooled system as an air cooled system.

The mosfets+VRM by the CPU socket can also benefit heavily from watercooling, I've seen my vrm's hit 80c + while overclocking to 5ghz, if he does go 2011 and plans to extreme OC, it can be useful.

When watercooling the mosfets/vrms it also opens up a bit of clearance for push/pull on the top rad depending on the thickness.

 

 

Also with the rad situation, if he really is spending this much and getting quad GPU's, 2 480mm rads and a 240mm in a caselabs case or a 900D, will provide near silent operation under the most extreme loads, with fans only having to be ran at ~600-800 RPM.

 

 

With the GPU situation, 2 780 TI can do anything that 4 780 TI can do, 3gb is to heavy of a bottleneck for 3 or even 4 way 780 TI, you'd get more FPS yes.  But you'd already be well over 60 FPS at 3gb of vram used, so it wouldn't make a difference. For 4 way setups, although titan's are a waste, 3gb just isn't enough vram.

Obviously he could be doing 144hz or 120 hz monitors, but with this budget he should be going 4k or 7680x1440.  (He already mentioned this I think)

 

 

This is all provided he's not a dreamer/ troll.

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