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10 hours ago, DarthSmartt said:

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Age isn’t really all important in hobbies. Many kids could easily out do many of the people here, but can’t pay for a pc themselves. Also, I pretty much just render some stuff for fun with my cpu and play csgo with my 560 ti. As for ocing my ideology is to copy the OC’s most people get and see if they are stable and tweak in small increments from there if I have to go higher or lower on frequency and voltages.

Rig Specs:

Ryzen 7 1700 3.9ghz @1.33125v Cinebench Scores Best:1750cb Average: 1735cb

Asrock X370 SLI/AC  SOLD

Evga GTX 560 Ti 1gb    Just got a EVGA GTX 780 HydroCopper

G.Skill Ripjaws V 2x8gb 2400mhz oc’d to 2666mhz (bought when ram was still cheap :()  

Corsair RM850

Enthoo Pro M Acrylic Changing to a Inwin 301 soon

Custom CPU Loop (watercooling is boring to me right now so I want to go back to air cooling and do like one more WC Loop in a Inwin 301)

Intel 256gb SSD

Kingston 240gb SSD

HyperX 90gb SSD

Not So Shitbox v3 Specs:

I7 2600k oc'd to 4.7 @ 1.4ish (will do more when I get a better cooler) 

MSI P67-GD55  Sold to fund my gpu

Gigabyte Windforce HD 6950

Team Elite Plus 8gb DDR3 (1 stick) @ 1600mhz

Thermaltake Toughpower 750 watt

Cooler Master T4

Enthoo Luxe 

Kingston 120gb SSD

WD Black 1tb HDD

Laptop:

Asus GL552VW-DH71

i7 6700HQ

2x8gb DDR4 

1tb hard drive

GTX 960m

15in IPS 1080p display

 

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On 1/1/2018 at 10:38 PM, DarthSmartt said:

Over clocking your gpu is easy and safe l. I’m less than 16 and I OCd my cpu and gpu on custom watercooling. At least do your gpu because I’m msi afterburner it is really hard to screw up because the sliders are limited. On gpus you can crank the voltage slider if you need. CPUs are easy to screw up on and destroy if you aren’t careful, but most motherboards have an auto overclocking utility in the bios. There are also programs in Windows now that you can use to overclock. I imagin those would be pretty hard to screw up.

Yeah, i just don't know where to start, as many guys advise not to cranck the GPU power slider up to max at once, (as far as iv'e understood) bu i do get if we gonna have a higher clock speed and frequency, wee need to apply more power aswell :)

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Just now, Xon said:

Yeah, i just don't know where to start, as many guys advise not to cranck the GPU power slider up to max at once, (as far as iv'e understood) bu i do get if we gonna have a higher clock speed and frequency, wee need to apply more power aswell :)

What psu do you have? it should be just fine. I recommend searching YouTube for a tutorial using msi afterburner. It works with all cards even ones that aren't msi.

Build:                                                                          

Intel Core I7 6700k (clocked to 4.6ghz)

Patriot Viper 3000mhz ddr4

ASUS maximus 8 hero (I hate this mobo)

Evga gtx 1080 superclocked

250GB Samsung 850 evo

2tb WD Black 7200rpm

Ek watercooling kit a240g with 360 expansion pack

Primochill Vue Red fluid

Corsair Graphite 600t (white)

 

You thought "Gee, Donald Trump sure has a great build!"

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On 1/2/2018 at 1:36 AM, This kid builds pc said:

Age isn’t really all important in hobbies. Many kids could easily out do many of the people here, but can’t pay for a pc themselves. Also, I pretty much just render some stuff for fun with my cpu and play csgo with my 560 ti. As for ocing my ideology is to copy the OC’s most people get and see if they are stable and tweak in small increments from there if I have to go higher or lower on frequency and voltages.

Iv'e been looking for excact numbers alot of places, but every place i've been it's all about " you need to find the right figures for your card" i'm not going to max my GPU and CPU, but i would love a stable overclock that gives me a  little extra :)

and to mention, due to CPU's lack of threads when streaming overwatch i've upgraded to a 8700K meanwile :)

 

On 1/3/2018 at 1:37 PM, DarthSmartt said:

What psu do you have? it should be just fine. I recommend searching YouTube for a tutorial using msi afterburner. It works with all cards even ones that aren't msi.

i got an Corsair RM 750, so yeah i should be good :)

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And a fully parallel system layout for fun...

 

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On 12/24/2017 at 2:01 PM, This kid builds pc said:

I’m not too paticularly proud of this loop as I kinda rushed it so I can oc my cpu, but it looks ok. I have Ryzen 7 1700, d5 pump with koolance top and res, acrylic mount for the pump that I made (wasn’t gonna spend 20 bucks on mounting brackets), 560 ti, Asrock x370 sli/ac , xspc 240mm rad, and thats about it. I was worried about the mayhems pastel white bc of Jayztwocents, but I actually do enjoy the look a lot. Wish I could’ve bought the new primochill vue, but the mayhems was significantly cheaper at 13 bucks.

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What cpu cooler is that ?

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Case: Thermaltake Suppressor F31 TG

MB: Asus P6T

CPU: Xeon X5680 (OC 4.2gHz)

GPU: GTX 980 ti FE

RAM: 12Gb Corsair dominator

Watercooling Parts:

2xHardware Labs Black Ice Nemesis GTS360

EK-FC Titan X - Acetal+Nickel

EK-Supremacy Evo

EK D5 Pump-Res combo (250mm tube)

6 x Be Quiet Silent Wings 3 120 PWM fans

Barrow and EK fittings 

12 mm OD hard tube

Aqua Computer Poweradjust 2 Fan controller

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Here is link to the buildlog 

 

 

CPU: i7 8700K OC 5.0 gHz, Motherboard: Asus Maximus VIII Hero (Z170), RAM: 32gb Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200 mHz, GPU: Asus Strix OC gtx 1080ti, Storage: Samsung 950pro 500gb, samsung 860evo 500gb, 2x2Tb + 6Tb HDD,Case: Lian Li PC O11 dynamic, Cooling: Very custom loop.

CPU: i7 8700K, Motherboard Asus z390i, RAM:32gb g.skill RGB 3200, GPU: EVGA Gtx 1080ti SC Black, Storage: samsung 960evo 500gb, samsung 860evo 1tb (M.2) Case: lian li q37. Cooling: on the way to get watercooled (EKWB, HWlabs, Noctua, Barrow)

CPU: i7 9400F, Motherboard: Z170i pro gaming, RAM: 16gb Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200 mHz, GPU: Sapphire Vega56 pulse with Bykski waterblock, Storage: wd blue 500gb (windows) Samsung 860evo 500Gb (MacOS), PSU Corsair sf600 Case: Motif Monument aluminium replica, Cooling: Custom water cooling loop

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On 1/7/2018 at 3:14 AM, andrewmp6 said:

What cpu cooler is that ?

Yeah it's the Bykski AM4 Waterblock

Rig Specs:

Ryzen 7 1700 3.9ghz @1.33125v Cinebench Scores Best:1750cb Average: 1735cb

Asrock X370 SLI/AC  SOLD

Evga GTX 560 Ti 1gb    Just got a EVGA GTX 780 HydroCopper

G.Skill Ripjaws V 2x8gb 2400mhz oc’d to 2666mhz (bought when ram was still cheap :()  

Corsair RM850

Enthoo Pro M Acrylic Changing to a Inwin 301 soon

Custom CPU Loop (watercooling is boring to me right now so I want to go back to air cooling and do like one more WC Loop in a Inwin 301)

Intel 256gb SSD

Kingston 240gb SSD

HyperX 90gb SSD

Not So Shitbox v3 Specs:

I7 2600k oc'd to 4.7 @ 1.4ish (will do more when I get a better cooler) 

MSI P67-GD55  Sold to fund my gpu

Gigabyte Windforce HD 6950

Team Elite Plus 8gb DDR3 (1 stick) @ 1600mhz

Thermaltake Toughpower 750 watt

Cooler Master T4

Enthoo Luxe 

Kingston 120gb SSD

WD Black 1tb HDD

Laptop:

Asus GL552VW-DH71

i7 6700HQ

2x8gb DDR4 

1tb hard drive

GTX 960m

15in IPS 1080p display

 

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PC Hardware:

Case: Thermaltake Tower 900 (black)

Mobo: Gigabyte Gaming K7 AX370

CPU: R7 1800X (working on overclocking it)

GPU: Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme 1080ti (same as CPU, working on oc'ing it)

Ram: 4x8gb G.Skill Trident Z rgb 3000mhz 

Storage: Lots of it, 2.25 TB of SSD's, 7 TB of HDD's

PSU: EVGA SuperNova G2 750w

Cables: Cablemod 24 pin ATX, and 2 PCIe 8 pin cables

 

Watercooling Hardware:

EK Gigabyte Gaming K7 AX370 Monoblock

EK 1080ti Aorus Waterblock (Nickle/Plexi)

EK 1080 GTX TI Aorus Backplate (Nickle)

XSPC EX240 Radiators x2 (I ordered 240's since i thought everything would've fitted in my last case but I had to buy a new one)

EK Xres 140 Revo D5 RGB Pump (I didn't have to pay for this since I won it in a giveaway)

Primochill TRUETM Pre-Mix UV Purple

11 EK Compression Fittings in Purple (3/8 x 1/2)

EK Duraclear Tubing

Other Fittings: M/M fitting, "Y" Splitter, Ball Valve (All in Black Nickel)

 

 This Build started out in August of 2017, I almost said this year please help me, with the same hardware except a NZXT Kraken x52 AIO and the CoolerMaster Mastercase Maker 5t. I've always been interested in watercooling and as such I've always wanted to build my own loop... Anywho I present to you my second PC, and first custom loop, NYX

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College student getting his Information Systems Degree, Furry, Gamer, Amateur Poet

 

Luna

Intel Core i9 7940x, Custom Water Loop, EVGA x299 Micro, 4x8 GB kit of Gskill Trident Z RGB DDR4-3000, Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme 1080ti, 3 Tb's of SSD storage, 5TB HDD, 850 Watt EVGA Supernova g3, all inside a black and purple r1 from Parvum Systems

 

Laptops:

Anubis: Powerspec 1510 (sager NP8157)

Lucario: Razer Blade Stealth v4 (base model) this is my daily driver

 

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15 hours ago, billstelling said:

My little toy..

Firestrike score:11122

 

 

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What are these tempretures? What case is it?

CPU: i7 8700K OC 5.0 gHz, Motherboard: Asus Maximus VIII Hero (Z170), RAM: 32gb Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200 mHz, GPU: Asus Strix OC gtx 1080ti, Storage: Samsung 950pro 500gb, samsung 860evo 500gb, 2x2Tb + 6Tb HDD,Case: Lian Li PC O11 dynamic, Cooling: Very custom loop.

CPU: i7 8700K, Motherboard Asus z390i, RAM:32gb g.skill RGB 3200, GPU: EVGA Gtx 1080ti SC Black, Storage: samsung 960evo 500gb, samsung 860evo 1tb (M.2) Case: lian li q37. Cooling: on the way to get watercooled (EKWB, HWlabs, Noctua, Barrow)

CPU: i7 9400F, Motherboard: Z170i pro gaming, RAM: 16gb Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200 mHz, GPU: Sapphire Vega56 pulse with Bykski waterblock, Storage: wd blue 500gb (windows) Samsung 860evo 500Gb (MacOS), PSU Corsair sf600 Case: Motif Monument aluminium replica, Cooling: Custom water cooling loop

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GPU and CPU, in that order. In a Rosewill Collinan case.. It has tempered glass on 3 sides, I did not include a pic with it on though I see.. I have the 2.66 cpu overclocked to 4 gig and the mem is running at 2000. I have the titan overclocked 120 to run at 1201 and the mem I have running 600 over in test and 400 for everyday use.

The gpu will climb to about 45 while under load and the cpu just sits around 45-50 all the time whether at idle or under load.

 

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Added a pic with the glass on..

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Gave it a flush last night and swapped out the cpu with an x5690. I have it running at 4.6 and the mem at 2000. Getting pretty good scores with it. 1071 in cinebench. Got Firestrike up to a new high.. 11287 It still does ok for being a bit long in the tooth.. I am going to wait until prices stabilize until I finish the new build I am putting together so it's nice that it's able to hold up a bit longer.

I actually enjoyed cleaning it it up and servicing it. It was relaxing compared to the stressed out week I had..

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Leak testing the new loop (was previously EK ZMT).

 

I regret not using 90 degree fittings for some of the tighter bends...it was almost too tight to get things looking smooth/clean.

 

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Desktop: MSI Z370M Gaming Pro | 8700k | 32GB Corsair Vengence 3000 | 1080 Ti | 2x 960 Pro 1TB | Corsair AX760 | Acer Predator X34 | 2x Dell U2415

Laptop: HP ZBook 17 G4 | i7-7820hq | 16GB | P3000 | 1080P | 1TB 600P | 500GB 850 EVO

Laptop: Dell XPS 13 9343 | i5-5200u | 8GB DDR3 | 256GB SSD | 4k Touchsceen

Laptop: HP Elitebook Folio G1 | M7-6Y75 | 8GB LPDDR3 | 600p 512GB SSD | FHD Touchsceen

Server(ESXi): Supermicro | 2x E5-2640v2 | 128GB DDR3 ECC 

Server(ESXi): Tyan | 2x E5-2640v2 | 128GB DDR3 ECC 

Nas: QNAP TVS-EC880 | E3-1246v3 | 16GB | 8x 3TB RAID6 | 2x 128GB SSD (system)

Nas: QNAP TS-EC1679U-RP | E3-1225v2 | 32GB | 8x 2TB 850 Pro RAID6 | 4x 60GB SSD RAID6 (system)

Nas: QNAP TS-451+ | J1900 | 8GB | 4x 4TB RAID6 (offsite backup)

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Yeah, doing it without all the fittings can be a bit frustrating, but I like the look so much better. I think they should only be used were you have no other choice.. But that's just me. The runs just look so much better without all the added fittings and I think it takes away from the look of the fluid half the time.

 

Like with Singularity, He is all about fittings.. I think that is more of a time saving thing with him though. It's like a car with to much chrome on it.. It makes a lot of builds just look to busy, cluttered as it were..

 

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On 21.01.2018 at 6:52 AM, billstelling said:

Gave it a flush last night and swapped out the cpu with an x5690. I have it running at 4.6 and the mem at 2000. Getting pretty good scores with it. 1071 in cinebench. 

What voltage did you use to 4.6? Is it everyday settings?

CPU: i7 8700K OC 5.0 gHz, Motherboard: Asus Maximus VIII Hero (Z170), RAM: 32gb Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200 mHz, GPU: Asus Strix OC gtx 1080ti, Storage: Samsung 950pro 500gb, samsung 860evo 500gb, 2x2Tb + 6Tb HDD,Case: Lian Li PC O11 dynamic, Cooling: Very custom loop.

CPU: i7 8700K, Motherboard Asus z390i, RAM:32gb g.skill RGB 3200, GPU: EVGA Gtx 1080ti SC Black, Storage: samsung 960evo 500gb, samsung 860evo 1tb (M.2) Case: lian li q37. Cooling: on the way to get watercooled (EKWB, HWlabs, Noctua, Barrow)

CPU: i7 9400F, Motherboard: Z170i pro gaming, RAM: 16gb Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200 mHz, GPU: Sapphire Vega56 pulse with Bykski waterblock, Storage: wd blue 500gb (windows) Samsung 860evo 500Gb (MacOS), PSU Corsair sf600 Case: Motif Monument aluminium replica, Cooling: Custom water cooling loop

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10 minutes ago, MaratM said:

What voltage did you use to 4.6? Is it everyday settings?

1.4 volts. And yeah, everyday setting For water cooling.. I did a bit of reading up on them and 1.41 seems to be about the max you want to go on water and was shown to be stable for 3 years for the guy so I used it as my max when trying for the highest stable clocks on it.

I'm sure there are a few here that could school me on it though, and I would welcome it.. I would love to know just how far you can take an x5690.

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My main rig. Feel free to suggest a name for it.

 

CPU: Intel Core i7 7700K

RAM: G.Skill TridentZ RGB 16GB DDR4 (2x8GB)

GPU: MSI Geforce GTX 1080 SeaHawk EK X

Motherboard: ASUS STRIX Z270F

OS Drive: Corsair MP500 240GB NVMe SSD

Mass Storage Drive: WD Black 1TB HDD

Power Supply: Corsair AX860

Case: Thermaltake Core P3 Snow Edition

Cooling: EK Stuff

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16 hours ago, HudsonGTV said:

My main rig. Feel free to suggest a name for it.

 

CPU: Intel Core i7 7700K

RAM: G.Skill TridentZ RGB 16GB DDR4 (2x8GB)

GPU: MSI Geforce GTX 1080 SeaHawk EK X

Motherboard: ASUS STRIX Z270F

OS Drive: Corsair MP500 240GB NVMe SSD

Mass Storage Drive: WD Black 1TB HDD

Power Supply: Corsair AX860

Case: Thermaltake Core P3 Snow Edition

Cooling: EK Stuff

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I am Looking at redoing my Rig to Hard Line and moving to the Thermaltake Core P5 

Your build makes me want to do mine even more

But Very Nice Looking Build

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