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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/07/18 00:10:44 (permalink)
Looks like it's almost finished. What parts are you waiting on?

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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/07/18 04:53:14 (permalink)
Very nice S-T! +1


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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/07/18 05:25:51 (permalink)
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Looks like it's almost finished. What parts are you waiting on?




 
Cables.. lots and Lots of cables as well as the Farbwerk LED Controller, since I picked up LED strips and failed to read the part of the description that cleaner said they don't function with the aquaero 6 xt.  That should be about it at this point.
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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/07/18 16:56:20 (permalink)
looks awesome. Thank you for posting your build log!!!!! I really like the dual cylinder reservoir's for your dual loop setup. I love my 900D, but I think Caselabs will be my next build if I go BIG again. :)
 
In your GPU loop, you went parallel to serial to parallel. Why? I am not sure I will ever have 4 gpu's, but I am just curious what the reason/benefit is.

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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/07/18 16:59:21 (permalink)
Because when you go Parallel, you Split the pressure across the circuit.  Running 2 parallel cuts the flow in half.. three, a third.. 4.. quarter.. Once you get to 4, the pressure is so low that it may not even cool one or two properly.. 
 
This splits the load by half, rebuilds all of the pressure, and then splits it in half again, making sure that all GPU's run the same temperature.. I have never seen over 50c on any of them, when they are all 4 under heavy load.
 
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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/07/18 17:05:31 (permalink)
that makes perfect sense. This way you get a happy medium with flow/pressure as opposed to complete parallel or serial. 
 
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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/10/11 17:05:37 (permalink)
I will update this thread after 1630 tomorrow....
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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/10/16 16:57:41 (permalink)
Cant wait to see your next Video
LED controller & New Cables

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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/10/16 17:03:07 (permalink)
The LED is beautiful.  I am leaving the area for a month, and will be ordering the cables when I get home.  The cable order may be the biggest pain of them all due to the the so many varying lengths and having to get really specific with lengths.
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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2015/10/18 05:53:14 (permalink)
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The LED is beautiful.  I am leaving the area for a month, and will be ordering the cables when I get home.  The cable order may be the biggest pain of them all due to the the so many varying lengths and having to get really specific with lengths.


Thanks for keeping us informed and looking forward to seeing the cabling

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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2016/01/29 21:54:35 (permalink)
First post updated to reflect current progress.  Still need to work on wiring, but it currently sits that I just added 2 980ti Classifieds in.
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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2017/10/12 07:53:12 (permalink)
Updated post 1 to reflect recent changes.
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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2017/10/12 08:28:16 (permalink)
Nice build

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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2017/10/12 11:40:05 (permalink)
Thanks bud! I love this thing. The new cpu is fantastic. The ram is fantastic!!!
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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2017/10/14 01:08:03 (permalink)
Some really fantastic changes and the mod looks great.

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Re: [Build Log] Mag-numb Tee Aye-ch Tin Alpha 2017/10/14 05:55:01 (permalink)
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Some really fantastic changes and the mod looks great.

Thank you, sir!

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