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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/03 11:55:47 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby seth89 2017/09/04 10:13:01
Not a hundred percent on the paint unless it is prepped chemical or physically on the glass first. I'll be going tint if I can.


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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/03 14:54:12 (permalink)
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And you ordered ASUS GTX1080Tmi Poseidon.
My prediction was true when I saw him that ASUS will sold many of them.
People asked for Matrix immediately, but that's not necessary.
These days I clean PC, install Windows, paste and than upgrade GPU.
 
I think you made mistake because you didn't used EVGA X99 FTW-K and some Haswell-E or Broadwell-E.
i7-5930K could be bought cheap, or even i7-6850K. 40 PCI-E lanes for SLI of Poseidon. But you decide Ryzen 5.
You say EVGA want to replace board, you had chance to ger PREMIUM E-ATX X99 board with ANGLED 24 pin connector.
OK you could upgrade Ryzen to 1800X. But same is with X99.
Are you aware that i7-5960X and i7-6950X and i7-6900K will be strong years... when new socket show up and replace 2066 difference from him and X99 will be almost same new platform from X299. Maybe 10%... Next 2-3 years people will use platform just 10% stronger than X99 on same clock. All people are under impression of comparison on default frequency and that's how Intel sell products when no real improvements. Intel X299 8 core on 4.3GHz vs Intel X99 8 core on 3.7GHz.
Intel X299 10 core 4.3GHz vs Intel X99 10 cores 3.5GHz, 800MHz difference in fabric speed. 
 
 


EVGA is sending me a x99 classified board.
Its a 2011-3 chip set. My choices are limted and a bit dated. I want to see first hand where the Zen stuff is going to go.
The x99 is awesome, but im tired of the same old evga intel builds.

Im really let down that Vega is in my opinion a server card they tossed a gaming sticker on but hey, the 1080ti i got is sick.

My choice for the Zen 5 was because i don't need 8 cores, I dont even need 6. The 1600x was on sale for 215 and it games just like a 1700 so it made sense.
But there is always room to go up if I need more cores in the future.

I also got to hop on the super cool guy RGB build...
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/03 14:54:54 (permalink)
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Not a hundred percent on the paint unless it is prepped chemical or physically on the glass first. I'll be going tint if I can.

Tints a great idea, thanks!


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/03 18:24:20 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby seth89 2017/09/04 10:12:52
Before just grabbing any tint make sure it does not have metal in the film. Im not sure if it would hurt however it could be conductive.


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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/04 10:13:23 (permalink)
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Before just grabbing any tint make sure it does not have metal in the film. Im not sure if it would hurt however it could be conductive.


This is a great advice, thanks!

I have a spare piece of tempered glass hanging out and I even have a can of glass frosting spray paint.
So I can test the paint before I venture into tints, but I'm leaning on the paint because it will take 5 minutes and I wont have to learn how to tint.


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/04 10:32:24 (permalink)
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835106465&nm_mc=BAC-Criteo&cm_mmc=BAC-Criteo-_-Case+Fans-_-Thermaltake-_-35106465
 
These any good, back in my day TT was trash. However it looks as if they may have some nice stuff at ok prices.
    1500 RPM (1000 RPM w/ LNC Cable) 40.6 CFMHydraulic<-------------- This is good24.6 dBA (18.7 dBA w/ LNC Cable)<-------------- This is good
OR would I be better sticking to Static Pressure Corsair fan?   ( for radiator )


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/04 10:56:53 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby seth89 2017/09/04 14:29:13
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https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835106465&nm_mc=BAC-Criteo&cm_mmc=BAC-Criteo-_-Case+Fans-_-Thermaltake-_-35106465
 
These any good, back in my day TT was trash. However it looks as if they may have some nice stuff at ok prices.
    1500 RPM (1000 RPM w/ LNC Cable) 40.6 CFMHydraulic<-------------- This is good24.6 dBA (18.7 dBA w/ LNC Cable)<-------------- This is good
OR would I be better sticking to Static Pressure Corsair fan?   ( for radiator )




Static pressure Magnet Levitation or EKWB Vardar F3/F4 or Gentle Typhoon 2200 RPM are best radiator fans.
I suppose if you like LED and RGB than Magnet Levitation, For me I would probably go on EKWB Vardar F3 Black.
 
CORSAIR have and some new radiator fans with LED, I suppose for little wider radiators, 1400-1500RPM, 26db but significantly stronger pressure 52CFM.
http://www.corsair.com/en-us/cooling/sp-series-fans
 
I don't know why I like these...
http://www.corsair.com/en-eu/ml120-pro-120mm-premium-magnetic-levitation-fan
 
grey models are even cheaper, for 5euro/$ more you get Twin Pack...
http://www.corsair.com/en-eu/ml120-120mm-premium-magnetic-levitation-fan-twin-pack
 
 
 
 
 
post edited by Vlada011 - 2017/09/04 11:02:13
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/04 14:35:32 (permalink)
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seth89
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835106465&nm_mc=BAC-Criteo&cm_mmc=BAC-Criteo-_-Case+Fans-_-Thermaltake-_-35106465
 
These any good, back in my day TT was trash. However it looks as if they may have some nice stuff at ok prices.
    1500 RPM (1000 RPM w/ LNC Cable) 40.6 CFMHydraulic<-------------- This is good24.6 dBA (18.7 dBA w/ LNC Cable)<-------------- This is good
OR would I be better sticking to Static Pressure Corsair fan?   ( for radiator )




Static pressure Magnet Levitation or EKWB Vardar F3/F4 or Gentle Typhoon 2200 RPM are best radiator fans.
I suppose if you like LED and RGB than Magnet Levitation, For me I would probably go on EKWB Vardar F3 Black.
 
CORSAIR have and some new radiator fans with LED, I suppose for little wider radiators, 1400-1500RPM, 26db but significantly stronger pressure 52CFM.
http://www.corsair.com/en-us/cooling/sp-series-fans
 
I don't know why I like these...
http://www.corsair.com/en-eu/ml120-pro-120mm-premium-magnetic-levitation-fan
 
grey models are even cheaper, for 5euro/$ more you get Twin Pack...
http://www.corsair.com/en-eu/ml120-120mm-premium-magnetic-levitation-fan-twin-pack
 
 
 
 
 


http://www.corsair.com/en-us/sp120-rgb-led-high-performance-120mm-fan-three-pack-with-controller
Really digging these guys here.
 
 
I really want something I can use the Asus aura sync with. But for the right price.
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Found  a fan for the radiators.
Cooler master (SP) Master Fans 120 with Asus Aura sync.
and for 20 bucks each they were almost more than the case....


So all the parts are on order, now I just need to wait.
 
post edited by seth89 - 2017/09/04 18:07:51


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/04 19:15:27 (permalink)
I like the 2nd to last last one the best because the tubes feel right.
Heres a empty one if anybody wants to input their own ideas.

This flow with the tubes at the base would just work, wouldn't have to bleed the air from the top like in my other loop below.
What I dont like is the  long crazy tube.

I like this one, I think it will look nice.

and there is this last one, not too sure about it. the Monsta rads have a 3rd port for drainage.

 


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/05 16:41:10 (permalink)
ahhh snap.



 
 
Cant even play with it yet, I need to bring a basic keyboard home to get into bios, configure raid, and install windows...


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/07 04:07:55 (permalink)
Luckily keyboards range from cheap to expensive. 

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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/07 05:46:40 (permalink)
Yeah...
I have a old dell I keep around.
I think by default asus is on quick post/boot and it doesn't give the USB power in time to interrupt the boot.


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/09 11:44:29 (permalink)
Got all my stuff, however I may have forgot how small s regular Mid tower is....
So im not using my cheap/cool new cougar case.
Too bad bc its a pretty sweet case.

Also that new res/pump I got is the size of a Kia Rio.


What I need is a RGB header splitter type of part. Something that will allow for me to take my 1 RGB header and make it into many...
Anyone have a good product in mind, or am I going to just have to cut all my fans up and make a splice?
 
Found something, 
 nvm.
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/09 22:58:50 (permalink)
 
Full tower cases are the way to go. More room, and better cooling.

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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/10 02:01:12 (permalink)
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Full tower cases are the way to go. More room, and better cooling.


+1. Larger cases tend to keep things cool.

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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/12 19:54:35 (permalink)
Ok, sold my cool PANZER case to a buddy at work who is building his own system.
And its turning out pretty sweet. He did a ASrock F1 SLI mobo, evga 1060 6gb, evga psu.
Im also tossing in the Cooler-master quiet black case fan 4 pack I don't need any more. I also had a Samsung SSD he could have for windows 10.
 
 
I just place my last order, I hope its my last I miss my PC, I miss BF4.
I ordered RGB header splitter, fan PWM buss, internal USB splitter, water temp sensor, 140mm RGB asus aura sync fan, RGB extension cables....and all sorts of other stuff I can't remember and really don't need.
System is coming along nice.

I have nvme m.2 SSD questions.
Can I boot Windows from a NVMe m.2 Drive?
Samsung evo960
https://www.newegg.com/Pr...9-0009-001X1-_-Product


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/13 05:56:14 (permalink)
Native NVMe booting is definitely supported if your motherboard has an NVMe slot. If you are using a PCI-E adapter that should also work if supported by your motherboard

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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/13 09:31:33 (permalink)
I'm booting Windows off my 960 evo nvme.

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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/13 18:37:09 (permalink)
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I'm booting Windows off my 960 evo nvme.

How is it for day to day use, any different then a regular SSD.
I know its faster but is there some point where that doesn't matter.


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/14 19:30:06 (permalink)
Sag.


No Sag


These cards should come with this thing.



Got loads of wires and accessories today.
My 140mm Asus RGB sync fans will arrive Monday.

I also got a 2nd SSD (samsung Evo850 for raid0).


                        
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/17 20:03:19 (permalink)
Got about 90% of it done.
Waiting on 140mm fans



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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/17 20:09:16 (permalink)
 
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Re: New Build.Ryzen,Asus,Vega 2017/09/20 18:08:43 (permalink)
Really A Supper Nice Looking Rig seth89 

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