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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/10/29 21:25:23 (permalink)
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/10/29 21:40:11 (permalink)
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FINISHED!!!!
 

Sweet! Is that 5 GPUs? If so, Holy Crap!!!! Glad I don't have your electric bill! LOL But a very nice build.
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/10/30 09:37:54 (permalink)
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FINISHED!!!!
 

 


Sweet! Is that 5 GPUs? If so, Holy Crap!!!! Glad I don't have your electric bill! LOL But a very nice build.


yes it is five GTX 1070 FTW's


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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/11/01 15:53:02 (permalink)
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Here is the build that I did in mine. 
 

 



I would love to get a basement divider like that in black! Could you post dimension and how you mounted it, please?
UPDATE: Nevermind, I got with Munky Mods and he's doing one for me. Nice guy there, check him out!!
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/11/02 02:50:13 (permalink)
EVGA DG-87 is definitely PC Case No#1 for 2016-2017.
At 2017 I expect to become even more popular when people recognize all options.
 

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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/11/21 23:36:46 (permalink)
this is my build. i have a couple of more things to finish


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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/12/03 18:18:19 (permalink)
4790k @ 4.6 / 1.25v with corsair 115i cooler
ASROCK Z97 extrreme 6 motherboard
32GB Gskill sniper DDR3 2400 RAM
EVGA GTX1080 FTW with Hybrid liquid cooler kit 120mm Noctua 3000RPM fan
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8 Noctua industrial PWM 3000RPM case fans
Deepcool RGB lighting kit
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/12/04 02:58:13 (permalink)
Guys I really like your builds in DG-87.
I think EVGA Hybrid graphics, 1-2 of them could fit on back side of EVGA Case, on door for hiding PC cables.
Only need 140 to 120 mm adapter. Tubes are long enough.
 
DG-87 is probably best replacement for my Obsidian 650D because space is not empty with single graphic card.
 
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/12/29 14:12:11 (permalink)
Inside my DG-87. It's coming alive at last.


 
More about this project in EVGA Mods Rigs thread over here.



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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2016/12/31 11:08:11 (permalink)
is a single pump enough to push 2x gpu, cpu, and 2x 420mm rads all in series? also any reason to put your gpu's in series instead of parallel? also did you tie in the temp sens from the res into the temp display on the case?
 
questions aside it looks great!


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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/01 03:56:43 (permalink)
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is a single pump enough to push 2x gpu, cpu, and 2x 420mm rads all in series? also any reason to put your gpu's in series instead of parallel? also did you tie in the temp sens from the res into the temp display on the case?
 
questions aside it looks great!



Running the D5 pump at full speed. Haven't pushed the system so hard yet, but the cooliant stays around max 28C when everything is running in tests programs. Radiator fans stays about 60% of top speed. They are set at 50% from start and controlled by CPU 1 fan header.
 
It's not a big different between serial or parallel on two GPU. The bottom card is always secondary card in SLI and seams always to be not that heavy loaded as primary GPU.

And the temp sensor in the res is connected to the display =). Just had to do that. I'm not interested of the temp inside the case.



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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/09 20:59:53 (permalink)
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Inside my DG-87. It's coming alive at last.


 
More about this project in EVGA Mods Rigs thread over here.




 
Looks awesome!!
 
Remember off-hand where the temp sensor plug is on the case? I'd like to do the same. 
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/10 11:06:27 (permalink)
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Looks awesome!!
 
Remember off-hand where the temp sensor plug is on the case? I'd like to do the same. 



You must replace the original sensor with a 10k sensor plug. There is only one temp sensors port.
You could use the original cable with the connector by just cut it in half to have the original 3 pin mini VGA connector or buy a 3 pin mini VGA connector and crimp it on the sensor plug cable. Sensor plug is almost just a 2 pin connector that wont fit.
If you cut the original cable you must do so even with the sensor plug cable and solder them together.
There is no polarity to concern about.



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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/11 15:36:17 (permalink)
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Your build look awesome. I have the same build as you with 2 x 420mm radiator . However my water temp goes up to 36 C when i push my pc to the limit . What is your fan oriation 

Running the D5 pump at full speed. Haven't pushed the system so hard yet, but the cooliant stays around max 28C when everything is running in tests programs. Radiator fans stays about 60% of top speed. They are set at 50% from start and controlled by CPU 1 fan header.

It's not a big different between serial or parallel on two GPU. The bottom card is always secondary card in SLI and seams always to be not that heavy loaded as primary GPU.

And the temp sensor in the res is connected to the display =). Just had to do that. I'm not interested of the temp inside the case.




 
Your build look awesome. I have the same build as you with 2 x 420mm radiator . However my water temp goes up to 36 C when i push my pc to the limit . What is your fan orientation ? and what is your room tempt when you doing the stress test ? FOr me, i have fans blowing in from right and left then air is going out on the top. 
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/14 21:20:01 (permalink)
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Kcmcc 
Looks awesome!!
 
Remember off-hand where the temp sensor plug is on the case? I'd like to do the same. 



You must replace the original sensor with a 10k sensor plug. There is only one temp sensors port.
You could use the original cable with the connector by just cut it in half to have the original 3 pin mini VGA connector or buy a 3 pin mini VGA connector and crimp it on the sensor plug cable. Sensor plug is almost just a 2 pin connector that wont fit.
If you cut the original cable you must do so even with the sensor plug cable and solder them together.
There is no polarity to concern about.




They just couldn't make it easy ;). Thanks for the info!
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/14 21:25:11 (permalink)

 
This is my temp watercool loop, first one. Frankenloop. Waiting to do my final build once the 1080ti's come out. Looking into copper tube runs, I like a challenge. That and new/better lighting will be a part of it. Cabling will also be upgraded. It's been a fun ride so far! 
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/15 09:45:47 (permalink)
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Your build look awesome. I have the same build as you with 2 x 420mm radiator . However my water temp goes up to 36 C when i push my pc to the limit . What is your fan orientation ? and what is your room tempt when you doing the stress test ? FOr me, i have fans blowing in from right and left then air is going out on the top. 




Top and first rad in the loop has 3x EK-Vardar F1-140 (1150rpm) push out from the case and controlled by CPU fan header. Starts at 50%.
Right side and last rad in the loop has 3x EK-Vardar F1-140 (1150rpm) push in to the case and controlled by CPU fan header. Starts at 50%. Top and right fans are hooked to a PWM hub.
 
Bottom 1x EK-Vardar F1 120 (1150rpm) push in to the case under the pump. Always at 50%. This is made by mod of the case. Need a intake at the bottom and had throw out all HD cages and mounting for these. I'm only using SSD and they are mounted at the back and one NVMe SSD.
 
Left side has 2x EK-Vardar F1-140 (1150rpm) push in to the case. Always at 50%.
Bottom and left fans are controlled by the built in controller.
This create a over pressure in the case.

Room temp stays around 22-23C and I has no OC yet but it will come later.



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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/18 16:54:01 (permalink)
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Top and first rad in the loop has 3x EK-Vardar F1-140 (1150rpm) push out from the case and controlled by CPU fan header. Starts at 50%.
Right side and last rad in the loop has 3x EK-Vardar F1-140 (1150rpm) push in to the case and controlled by CPU fan header. Starts at 50%. Top and right fans are hooked to a PWM hub.
 
Bottom 1x EK-Vardar F1 120 (1150rpm) push in to the case under the pump. Always at 50%. This is made by mod of the case. Need a intake at the bottom and had throw out all HD cages and mounting for these. I'm only using SSD and they are mounted at the back and one NVMe SSD.
 
Left side has 2x EK-Vardar F1-140 (1150rpm) push in to the case. Always at 50%.
Bottom and left fans are controlled by the built in controller.
This create a over pressure in the case.

Room temp stays around 22-23C and I has no OC yet but it will come later.




 
THank for info. Can you post picture of bottom fan ? how do you mod it ?
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/18 20:38:27 (permalink)
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THank for info. Can you post picture of bottom fan ? how do you mod it ?




You could see pictures of the fan under the pump in pictures that are posted in this Mod Riggs thread.
So the fan is mounted to bottom plate. Had to cut out a cirkel (120mm) to get air in and four holes in a square.
On the fan there is a EK-UNI Pump braket (120mm) where the pump is mounted.
Pump is a EX-XTOP Revo D5 PVM (incl. pump).



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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/22 11:00:03 (permalink)

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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/22 11:14:55 (permalink)
little update to mine, mounted the DG87 on the wall with a shelf, and added some LED backlighting!



dont mind the messy desk, had a variety of stuff going on haha

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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/22 14:09:01 (permalink)
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That looks amazing man


 
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/01/23 19:24:52 (permalink)
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/02/07 17:09:34 (permalink)
Made a few updates:  Display now shows coolant temperature via a 10kΩ G1/4 temp sender
 
Trimmed the right (front) to allow space for these quick disconnects for easy drain/fill

 
Trimmed grills, added filters, studs and wingnuts, now as intake

 
Switched top for 420x45mm rad. Trimmed for easy bleed/top-off

 
Beauty shot

 
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/02/07 20:18:08 (permalink)
very nice, make me wish my rads had ports on both sides for easy bleeding and topping off...


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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/02/08 03:58:54 (permalink)
I have Started calling this "project Lazarus" for reasons that will become obvious below!

It was a x99 system inside a custom cube case with black and orange detailing




The specs were
Custom cube case
X99 sabertooth mobo
5960x running 4650 at 1.29v
16gb ddr4 dominator champion ram running 3000mhz
Titan x overclocked to 1475mhz SLI X2
13 thermaltake 120s in orange
1x360 1x240 1x120 radiators
Ek copper water blocks on CPU and GPU
Nzxt lighting kit
D5 water pump and bay reservoir combo by ek
Custom water hoses with compression fittings
On board m.2 950 hard drive for the OS
850 1tb SSD for games
2tb HDD for photos videos etc
3tb HDD as a backup drive.
Asus rog pg27a monitor
Asus strix keyboard and mouse
Lg blue ray drive
Scythe fan controller.


This was my first big watercooled build and i learnt a lot about PC building from it. At the start of this year i decided i wanted to give it a little refresh.
I changed my desk last year for an L shaped one and now had a lot more room to play with so the footprint of a cube case was no longer a neccesity so i ordered one of these!




The plan was to reuse as much as i could from the old case but use 2x 420mm rads for increased cooling potential. I started to get to work





At about this point as i was bleeding the loop i decided i didnt like the way i had laid it all out and came up with a neater solution



Now this is where the build takes a bit of a turn... for the worst:mad:
This is also the inspiration for the name!

The motherboard was dead.



Not really sure how it happened but i must have damaged it somehow in the move.

So i had a decision to make, buy another x99 board and plug it all back in £££. Or sell my good 5960x chip and go for a Kaby lake setup?

I made my decision.



Maximus 9 code and an 8 pack binned delided 7700k.

This is how it currently stands.




I will be getting some trident z RGB ram soon to finish it off but apart from that is pretty much done!

Some benchmarks:


1116 cinebench 5.0ghz @1.344v


23424 fire strike score

I will get some better quality pics with my camera when the new ram gets here.

Thanks for reading!
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/02/08 07:39:40 (permalink)
Beautiful PC and nice processor i7-7700K 5.0GHz... Great.


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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/03/04 19:41:45 (permalink)
Thinking about getting the DG-86 to Replace my Phanteks Pro ,but will be looking for some nice Red LEDs , anyone know where to get some
anyways how much room is there in back of the mobo tray ,cause with the Phanteks pro there is about i think 1inch back there ,so if it has about that much with the DG-86 then I'm sold
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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/03/04 20:43:13 (permalink)
sent you a message about lights and yes there is lots of room behind the mb side.....
 

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Re: DG-8 Picture Thread! 2017/03/05 07:42:45 (permalink)
I would like some info on lights to looking for blue or uv,ones I ordered led were not in stock?oh DG-87
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